Craig was called to serve as the Senior Pastor at OCC in August of 2018. He enjoys many aspects of vocational ministry but specifically loves preaching, pastoral care, leadership development, and spending time with other families.
Craig has his undergraduate degree in Christian Ministry from Mid-America Christian University. He has over a decade of vocational ministry experience, having served churches in McAlester, OK (Youth Ministry), Clayton, IN (Family Ministry), and Oklahoma City, OK (Young Adult Ministry).
His hobbies include music, movies, and spending time with his family. Craig is married to Faith Chappell and they have four sons.
Shannon has been leading OCC's youth group for over 15 years. He believes in working with kids and young adults to grow their relationships with Christ and each other. Shannon also heads Vacation Bible school and Wednesday Night programs.
Kelly joined OCC in March of 2019. She has been a part of worship leadership on and off for a total 5 years in various settings and she is grateful to be a part of the leadership here at OCC.
She started her pursuit of Jesus by age 16 and has been seeking to know more and more of Him as time moves on. Her heart is to share what life can be like when we are genuine in our faith and in pursuit of God’s presence.
She is married to Ryan and is a mother to three young boys who keep her on her toes and bring such an overwhelming amount of joy into her life!
Connor has been a lifelong member at OCC, serving on the worship and tech ministry for over 10 years. Connor has prior on-the-job training in Sound & Lighting Design. Connor focuses on the website, video, sound, and lighting aspects of our worship service. He likes to serve on the worship team, playing guitar or drums, and singing.
The Elders are the spiritual leaders of OCC. Selected by the congregation, the Elders meet the characteristics outlined in 1 Timothy 3:1-16.
The Deacons are men selected by the congregation to serve and lead ministries because of their faithful commitment to God and His people, outlined in 1 Timothy 3:8-10.