HOW DO I GET INVOLVED?
A helpful way to think about it is progressing from the CROWD to being COMMITTED.
The entryway to our church is our Sunday morning worship service. Our crowds range from 250-350. Our church is a diverse gathering of families, college students, 20-somethings, empty nesters, and seniors. Be our guest this Sunday!
In addition to attending our Sunday morning service, you can get to know OBC by experiencing some of our other gatherings.
We call Sunday Evening Prayer & Praise our “family time.” It’s a great time for you to meet the members of our church and hear about what’s going on at our church, as well as spend time praying and hearing God’s Word preached. Typically, we have Sunday Evening service on the first and third Sunday evening of each month. For an updated list of upcoming service times, check Upcoming Events.
Want to be further equipped to live the Christian life? Following a Fall & Spring semester schedule, our Equipping Hour takes place before our Sunday Morning service. Due to COVID-19, Equipping Hour classes are currently closed with the hope of reopening soon.
The path of worship, community, and service in the local church leads to being a committed member. Consider joining our family at OBC!
Membership Matters Classes
These classes are held every other month on a Saturday morning. If you are interested in attending, speak with an Elder or church staff.
One way that we help members be deeply invested in each other’s lives is by coordinating community groups. If you are interested in joining our community groups, speak to an Elder or church staff.
We want to be a church that’s not primarily full of consumers, but rather providers. Serving in the local church is an important part of being committed to the body. If you’re interesting in using your gifts and talents to serve, speak to an Elder or church staff.