This week at OBC_Monotype Corsiva

August 24 – August 30

7:00 PM – Combined Elders and Deacon Meeting.  Please pray for these men as they lead our church.

5:30 PM – Prayer Time. This is an informal, come-when-you-can prayer meeting. Prayer changes everything! Please join us. (Basement)
6:00 – Pastor’s Bible Study.  Studying 2 John.  All ages welcome. (Fireside Room)

6:00-7:00 AM – Men’s Life.
Study and fellowship for men of all ages and backgrounds.  Haul out of bed and join us! (Activity Building)

8:00 AM-3:00 PM – Awana Basic Training (Liberty, MO).  Last chance before club begins!  You MUST pre-register through the Pastor to attend.  (We will leave Ottawa at 7 AM.)

9:30 AM – Sunday School.  Preschool and Kindergarten classes are in the basement.

Grades 1-12 meet in the Activity Building.
Men’s Class:  Galatians (Activity Building Kitchen)
Women’s Class:  Daniel by Beth Moore (Basement)
Pastor’s Class:  Abraham by Charles Swindoll (Activity Building Fireside)
10:50 AM – Worship Service.  
Our worship service is for all ages and walks of life.   You are welcome at Ottawa Bible!

Hope House Collection Sunday.  Bring toiletries and non-perishable food items to be distributed to the needy in Franklin County.



  • Wed
    6:30 - 8:00 PMActivity Building

    September 2nd is our kickoff night for the 2015-2016 Awana Club!  Special events are in the planning; check back for details!

  • Tue
    7:00 pmBasement

    There will be a new ladies’ Bible study opportunity beginning Tuesday, September 8 at 7 PM. We will be using the book Becoming a Woman of Simplicity by Cynthia Heald. This is an 11-week study, and will finish before Thanksgiving. There will be a copy of the book in the foyer next week, along with the sign-up sheet. For additional questions, see Jackie Gardner (785 448 2773 or gardner.jackie @

  • Sun
    5:00 pmChurch Lawn

    Come on out for some home-cookin'!  Smoked pork is provided; bring a side and dessert to share.

    All are invited, so bring your neighbors and friends to enjoy this informal gathering.

  • Mon
    Activity Building Fireside Room

    Challenge yourself and your family to fill a shoebox with Christmas gifts for a third world child. Pack a shoebox with school supplies (on sale now), toys, underclothing, toiletry articles, etc. and they will be transported to a third world child by Franklin Graham’s ministry, Samaritan’s Purse. The Christmas boxes are transported through Samaritan’s Purse, and distributed along with a gospel presentation and literature by local missionaries who can follow through.

    Collection of shoeboxes is scheduled for November 16-23. OBC is the local relay center; volunteers are needed to receive the boxes and fill out the forms. Gale Woodrome is the coordinator and key person for this ministry. In October Gale will put out a volunteer sign-up sheet.

    Times will vary each day; information on daily times will be posted when the schedule is determined.