We are a body of believers in Jesus Christ who serve together and care for one another. God has gifted each believer for service in the church. There are a variety of formal and informal ways our members serve the body, worship the Lord, and evangelize the lost. Below are just a few examples of ministries in our church.
The children’s Sunday School classes and teen class are age-graded (ages 2-18, grades preschool-12) and feature an appropriate Bible lesson every week.
On Wednesday night (October-April), our youth groups meet. Children ages 2-6th grade have a Bible club with a Bible lesson, songs, and games. The teens meet for youth group on Wednesdays. They work through a Bible study and are encouraged to grow in their service for the Lord (Mark 10:44-45).
Morrow Bible Church outreach ministries are the expression of obedience to the Great Commission (Matt. 28: 16-20). Some of our past local outreach efforts have included door-to-door evangelism, Vacation Bible School, resthome services, a booth at a local fair, and special evangelistic meetings. We also support missionaries financially and with prayer. Special missionary services provide important updates from missionaries and help us to develop a greater vision for the spread of the Gospel around the world.
The Women’s Ministry Fellowship (WMF) is an organized fellowship for the women to give to the women of Morrow Bible Church an opportunity to be of greater service to the Lord by uniting the efforts of all in various ministries of the church. The WMF also provides opportunity to be an encouragement to our missionaries, to have outreach to those outside the church, and to have special times of fellowship for the church women. Visitors are welcome at WMF meetings.
The men meet occasionally on Saturday mornings for breakfast, Bible study, and prayer. All men and boys are welcome at these gatherings.
Owned by the Ohio Bible Mission, Peniel Bible Camp is a 360 acre campground right here in Morrow County (just south of Chesterville). The camp program exists primarily to serve the churches in the Ohio Bible Fellowship as well as other like-minded ministries, and offers four weeks of youth camps and a family camp during the summer as well as various retreats for all ages throughout the camping season.
The Camp Peniel program provides both opportunities for campers to hear from God’s Word and for others to serve God on staff.