SHARING THE GOSPEL IN OUR WORLD

Senior Pastor Mike Newman continues the GOSPEL series on Sunday, June 23, with the message SHARING THE GOSPEL IN OUR WORLD.  In Sunday's message, we will talk about the best way for us to impact people from other religions - both in our community and throughout the world.  Pastor Mike, along with Pastor Dirk and a guest who regularly ministers to Muslim people, will help us better understand how Christianity differs from other religions and the best what to share the gospel with people who are part of other religions.  We hope you will join us


Sunday worship services are at 8:00, 9:30, and 11:00 a.m. Children ministries for birth–grade 5 meet during the 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. services. Nursery is available at all services. Our youth program meets at 9:30 a.m. in the Youth building (white building). 


All Services take place in our Worship Center (912 South Potomac Street, Waynesboro, PA  17268).


Serving in the church changes lives!  


When you serve alongside others in the Church, God works in incredible ways.  People begin a relationship with Jesus.  People grow spiritually.  The Church is strengthened and makes a difference in the world.  And you are blessed because you are using the Spiritual gift God gave you to build up His Church.


CLICK HERE to see the current serve opportunities at Otterbein.

I MADE A DECISION OR HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT JESUS

If you made a decision to believe in Jesus and follow Him, recommit your life to Jesus or you have more questions, please CLICK HERE to LET US KNOW how we can help you on your journey.

Watch the Latest Message Online

Did you miss last week's message? Don't worry, you can watch it online. Click here to watch the latest message or view previous sermons.

New Worship Center & Children's Space Information

We are now meeting in our new Worship Center and Children's space (912 South Potomac Street). In addition to the renovations, we've also added parking areas. To help you know where to go, we've created a map of the campus. Click here to view it.

Otterbein Church Community Center

Coming Summer 2019

Serving our community in Jesus' name is one of the things we believe God wants us to do as a Church.  The new Community Center building at our park on Welty Road (13375 Welty Road) is a part of our overall vision to serve the community.


Click here to learn more about the construction of our Community Center building and to see pictures of our progress.


Giving at Otterbein

There are several ways you can give at Otterbein. For more information about giving, click here.

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God is on the Move

God has given Otterbein a God-sized vision for the future to help transform lives, families, our church, our community and the world. We are calling it our TRANSFORM VISION 2020. It is a bold vision that we are trusting God to help us accomplish between now and the end of 2020. Learn more about TRANSFORM VISION 2020 by clicking here.


We look forward to worshiping with you!

Welcome to Otterbein

We know going to church for the first time can be a little awkward and even scary—especially if you don’t know anyone. We want to assure you that we will do everything we can to make your visit with us a positive one. We encourage you to stop at GUEST CENTRAL in the church lobby where a helpful volunteer will answer questions you have and provide an overview of our church programs. Greeters and ushers are available to answer questions you might have. Directional signs will point you toward our nursery, classrooms and worship center. We welcome guests, and our church wants to help you have a good first-time experience.

service times

Sundays, 8–9:05 a.m.

Blended worship experience with band & choir


Sundays, 9:30–10:35 a.m. & 11–12:05 p.m.

Modern worship experience with band


Nursery (birth–age 1) available in all services


Children's Sunday School (age 2–grade 5) available at 9:30 & 11 a.m.


Youth Ministry (grades 6–12) available at 9:30 a.m.

practical messages

We understand that one of the biggest criticisms of the church is that the sermons are boring and not very helpful. Our pastors try very hard to make sure that the sermons don’t just teach about the Bible, but that they also talk about how to put into practice what the Bible says. We use various forms of media to help explain the Bible, and outlines of the messages are provided every week so you can take notes and think more about the teaching in the messages after you leave the church.