What to Expect

We believe that there are many people better able to learn about Jesus when they are fully caffeinated. We have coffee and light refreshments available on Sunday Mornings and encourage everyone to feel comfortable bringing coffee to their seats during worship.

We want you to be comfortable when you come to worship. Feel free to dress as you see fit. We are just glad that you have chosen to join us.

The people of Otterbein are warm, welcoming, love to laugh, and serious about living out their faith without taking themselves too seriously. Our people are our greatest asset as a church and we think that you will be blessed when you meet them.

We love our children in worship! We also understand that kids learn better about Jesus in ways that are tailored specifically to their age group. They are included in the Sunday morning worship. After that, they may go to their age level class or continue in worship with their families.

Communion is a sacrament, or sacred practice, that we celebrate the first Sunday of the month. It consists of bread and grape juice and is a way that we remember and take part in the great sacrifice that Jesus made for all people. The United Methodists have long used grape juice instead of the traditional wine because we want those struggling with alcohol addiction to be able to take communion. The table is open to all believers.