What to Expect 2013-05-23T12:03:40+00:00

Sunday Morning and Evening Services – 11:05 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.

Every Sunday morning and Sunday evening, the main Sunday preaching service is held in the Main Auditorium. As you walk in, a friendly usher will greet you and be available to help you find a seat and answer any questions you may have.

We believe in having a church service with uplifting hymns and spiritual songs that will stir and inspire you, prayer, and practical preaching of the Word of God.

Singing and Special Music

Every service gives you an opportunity to join us in singing hymns and spiritual songs. Each row of seating provides song books for you to use, which are available in the song book racks located under every other seat.

You’ll enjoy the music as we have many ensembles, youth choirs, singing groups, and instrumental specials throughout the services.


We are a church that believes in prayer. Throughout the service prayers are led by different men. Some of these prayers deal with the needs and requests of our church family and friends, while others simply praise and thank God for His goodness and faithfulness.


We consider the preaching of the Word of God to be the best and the most important time of the service. I Corinthians 1:21 reads, “…it pleased God by the foolishness of preaching to save them that believe.” We believe that the best help you can get in any struggle of life is from the Bible and that preaching is that help.


At the end of the preaching, we will ask everyone to stand and will give an invitation. This is a time for many to respond and make a life-changing decision by walking down the aisle and praying at the altar. A decision may be to trust Jesus Christ as personal Saviour or to become a better Christian. Whatever your decision may be, the altar is open to you to join the hundreds who will make decisions.

If you would like someone to pray for you or would like to make your decision public, faithful men and women will be by the altar to pray with you and help you.


After the invitation is given, we often have a baptism time at the end of our service. Those who have trusted Jesus Christ are baptized by immersion, which is the first act of obedience after salvation. Our beliefs about baptism are on our Statement of Faith.

If you would like to be baptized, we encourage you to talk to one of the men from our pastoral staff, who will be able to assist you.

Wednesday Evening Bible Study – 7:00 p.m.

The Wednesday evening Bible study takes place every week at 7:00 in the Main Auditorium of Old Time Baptist Church. This is a time during the week when the church family gathers to listen and be taught practical, relevant truths from the Bible. You will learn truths that will help you in the areas of prayer, marriage, child rearing, relationships, and more!

Where do I fit in?

With adult Bible classes for married couples, new Christians, and a general Bible study class for everyone else and Sunday school classes for children and teenagers, there is a place for you!

Sunday Bible Classes – 10:00 am

During this time adults can choose from the three adult Bible classes to attend. These classes vary in size and focus.

Adult Bible classes and Sunday school classes meet from 10:00 a.m. to 10:55 a.m., right before the main preaching service. This is the perfect opportunity for you and your family to meet other fellow believers and also learn great Bible truths.

What About My Child(ren)?

We provide a first-class nursery and child-care for your newborn or baby, where they will be kept safe and well supervised. Our nursery staff is well-trained and experienced; and we are good at what we do.

Classes are also available for children four years old through 12th grade. These classes give them an opportunity to grow spiritually and learn vital biblical truths at a young age.

Where Do I Park?

Ample and convenient parking is available for all visitors and there are parking spots designated for the handicapped. We also have a large carport which is convenient for dropping your family off during times of rain or snow.

What Should I Wear?

There is no strict dress code to attend our public services, but in case you’re wondering, a majority of our church members wear their “Sunday best”—the men in a dress shirt and dress slacks, typically with a tie, and the women in modest dress.