Skip to content
Morrow Bible Church

A Bible-based assembly of believers in Jesus Christ

Resuming Services During COVID-19

We look forward to worship and fellowship together. Social distancing and disinfecting measures are in place. Ohio Department of Health Restart Recommendations for Religious Services are recommended to be followed. 

Some adjustments have been made to our service schedule. Here are our current weekly services:

Sunday Bible Classes, 9:30 a.m.
Classes for children and teens; devotional and prayer time for adults

Sunday Morning Worship Service, 10:45 a.m.
Hymns, scripture reading, prayer and a message from the Gospel of John

Sunday Evening Service, 6:30 p.m.
Hymns, testimonies, and a message from the Book of Joshua

Wednesday, 6:00 p.m.
Door-to-door outreach in the church community

For anyone not yet able to join us in-person, recordings of Sunday services are available online or on CD. Contact us to request access online or to request a CD subscription. 

During services, children are always welcome and are encouraged to come and sit with their families. The nursery in the foyer is open for parents to care for their own small children when needed.

Please contact us with any questions. Phone: 740-625-5542 E-mail: office@morrowbiblechurch.org

Location & Contact

We are 2.5 miles southwest of Sparta and Highland Schools near the intersection of County Road 204 and County Road 15 in Bloomfield.

Our location and mailing address is:

423 County Road 204, Centerburg, OH  43011.

Call us at  (740) 625-5542.

E-mail us at office@morrowbiblechurch.org.

Systematic, Bible-based teaching and preaching

Traditional music that reflects the character of God

A friendly group of individuals and families

Visit

Thinking about visiting? We hope you do! The information here gives some basic details you might be looking for. If you have other questions, don’t hesitate to contact us. We look forward to meeting you soon!

Our building is handicap accessible. An elevator is available which provides wheelchair access to all levels of the building. Main restrooms off the foyer are also handicap accessible.

Personal listening devices are available to the hearing impaired during church services.

Come Worship with Us

“Enter into his gates with thanksgiving, and into his courts with praise: be thankful unto him, and bless his name.” Psalm 100:4

When Disaster Strikes

Leaving behind a path of destruction bad enough to be called a federal disaster area, a tornado ripped through Cardington, Ohio one Saturday afternoon in  June, 1981.

What brought Johnny Appleseed to Fredericktown, Ohio in 1812?

A. Planting an apple orchard
B. Hunting buried treasure
C. Selling apple cider
D. Warning of an Indian attack