204 W. South St.
Pastor Thomas Bolton
Sunday Bible Study all ages 9:00 a.m.
Sunday School: 9:30 a.m.
Morning worship: 10:30 a.m.
Our congregation for Worship consists of around 120 people. The service usually lasts a little over an hour, but anyone is welcome to stay and linger for prayer or to socialize. Music is a mix of hymns and contemporary. We have a choir that performs during the fall, winter, and spring.
We are a small town Church in rural Northwest Ohio. We are committed to the truth that is found in the Bible and to being a Disciple-Making congregation.
Join us, as together we continue to seek and find God in our everyday lives
NOTE: We have an elevette (small elevator) for anyone who prefers not to climb the stairs. Should you need help operating it, we have folks waiting and available to assist you.
History of our Church:
The church was organized by the Rev. M. Thrap in 1835. Benjamin Todd and wife and John Kalb and wife composed the membership.
Until 1850 services were held in log cabins and schoolhouses. Itinerant preachers served until 1836, when Rev. George Algire became the first local pastor. The first church building, a frame structure costing $600, was built in 1850.
In 1867 a new site was purchased and on it a brick building was erected at a cost of $5000. In 1900 the building was remodeled.
The present church was dedicated June 14, 1914. The new building was made possible largely through the labors of the rev. W.J. Green, who was pastor of the church at that time.