This Week
Outer Cape Christian Church

  October 14
, 2018
  Service begins at 10 A.M.
at the home of Brandon Currier over the office of the North of Highland Campground.
To get to the campground, get on Head of the Meadow Road in North Truro off the Mid-cape Hwy.  You will see the campground on the left.  Take the driveway to the office.  Go around to the side of the building for access to the living quarters.


  We have resumed our Tuesday night Bible studies in North Truro.  We are studying the small Christian Classic "The Greatest Thing in the Word" by Henry Drummond.  All are welcome to attend the study and share in prayer. Please call Pastor Sheldon for directions.  We begin at 7:45.

Please call for directions or details on any of our services, studies, or outreaches at my cell phone number; 774-212-4641 (ask for Pasor Sheldon) or my email at


     Come and see what God has done:  He is awesome in his deeds toward the children of men! Psalm 66:5


Important Notice

Outer Cape Christian Church has been serving the Lord Jesus Christ on the outer cape for His greater glory for the past ten years.  After meeting in a building for 7 of those years, we have been blessed by worshiping in 3 different venues throughout the year; a beautiful garden in June and September, a home in the winter, and the North of Highland Campground in the summer. 
Glory of God on Cape Cod Prayer Meeting
@ New Life Christian Center
Dennisport, Ma.
Wednesday, August 22nd from 6:30 to 8:00


Summer Prayer Considerations.
>For those divine appointments when we have our Tuesday evening prayer walks in Provincetown and at the North of Truro Campground during the summer.
     >For worship and ministry opportunities as we spend the July and August Sundays worship at the North of Highlands Campground in North Truro.
>For the J-1 welcome party  scheduled for Tuesday evening, June 26th at the Grace AOG Church on Route 6 in Wellfleet.
> For the coordinated prayer meeting of believers on the outer cape at certain historic sites in anticipation of the 400th anniversary of the Pilgrims coming to Provincetown in 1620. We plan to begin in September.
>For the planning of a sacred concert in the spring or fall of 2020 in Provincetown honoring the spiritual heritage of our nation.