The Ocean View Presbyterian Church is a congregation focused on growing in the faith and living out that faith in mission to others and to each other. Not content with simply reciting doctrine, we have committed ourselves to looking into the Scriptures so as to uncover the ongoing story of our faith. We seek to be a part of that story. The congregation as a whole, and each of its committees, is actively engaged in doing mission, and on communicating in real ways the good news of Jesus Christ.
Ocean View Presbyterian is a historic church, dating back to 1856. We have a long and proud tradition, but seek to take that tradition and move into the future with it. We also have a wonderful friendship and fellowship with each other that can be seen and felt in all aspects of ministry at OVPC.
We all invite you to be a part of our life and ministry.
In February 2014 the ladies of the Sewing Circle embarked on a partnership to provide clean water to Zambia and the DRC not knowing the profound impact it would have not only on those being served by this mission but on every member of our congregation. We hope this serves as a reminder that a church doesn't need to be big to make a big difference! Please click on the image above to read the article posted on the Water4 website
We Choose Welcome!
Our Church has made the commitment to join with PC(USA) and other churches in our denomination in advocating for those displaced by war. We choose to love rather than fear the immigrant, the stranger. Please click on the image above for more information on this crisis and how we can all help.
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We are proud to support a charitable organization recently brought to our attention - RwandaJoy.org
raises funds that go directly to aid students in Rwanda continue their education whether in elementary or secondary school or University. Please click on the image above to visit their site to learn more about their mission.
Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria have brought historic flooding, forcing rivers and streams from their banks, submerging homes, churches, businesses, and roads, stranding thousands of people. Please visit the PDA website by clicking on the image above to see how you can help.