Sunday Worship Service

10:30 Worship Service – see “Sunday’s Schedule”

The 10:30 service will continue to be live-streamed on YouTube (Orrville CMA channel) & uploaded afterward for those needing to view it later. 

Our next communion service will be this Sunday.   See “Paragraphs” If you will be watching the communion service from your home.  The last communion service this year will be December 3.

 For Children:  

  • Nursery 9 AM through the end of the 10:30 AM service                          (up to age 3).     
  • Sunday School 9:15 – 10:15 AM (ages 4 through 6th grade).                 See Sunday Schedule below.
  • Children’s Church (age 4 through 2nd grade). Children are dismissed    during the 10:30 AM worship service. 

Don’t forget to stay current on our Face Book page and YouTube channel (Orrville CMA).  There’s all kinds of great content in there to view—from upcoming events to viewing past worship services.  Please not only view this content, but please be sure to share it with others.     

Recordings of today’s service are available. Please fill out the green request form located on the back table and turn in to the Audio/Visual room.


9:15-10:15 AM Children’s Sunday School Classes

Ages 4-K – Noah’s Ark room

Grades 1-3 – Kid’s Town (room 1)

Grades 4-6 – Kid’s Town (room 5)

Grades 7-12 – Youth Room

9:15 – 10:15 AM Adult Sunday School Classes

Genesis Sunday School class

Bible Miners Sunday School class 

The Connections Sunday School class

The Ambassadors Sunday School class

The New Class Sunday School class

30ish class

The Women of Influence Adult Sunday School class

The Young Adult Sunday School class   

10:30 AM Worship Service

LIFE Meal followed by the Annual Meeting

Choir practice after AM service

4:15 PM Quiz Practice

6:00 PM Jr. & Sr. High youth group 

7:00 PM Ladies Zoom Bible study


Wednesday, December 6      

6:30 PM Cross Training

6:30 PM Women’s Bible Study, Men’s Fellowship and Wednesday Bible Study & Prayer Time

Thursday, December 7     

6:30 PM Quiz Practice

Saturday, December 9      

Quiz Meet at Bucyrus


December 10 – Children’s Christmas Program 10:30 AM

December 10 – Christmas Caroling

December 12 – Ringing Salvation Army bells at Buehler’s

December 14 – Alliance Women’s Meeting 

December 16 – Men’s Breakfast 

December 17 – Choir Performance 

December 21 – Senior’s Lunch 

December 24 – Christmas Eve Services 10:30 AM and 6:00 PM

December 24 & 31 – No Sunday School


Remember those with physical illness & health concerns.


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Cross Training is on Wednesday evenings running from 6:30 to 7:45 PM.  Cross Training is for children who are within two years of starting kindergarten (and toilet trained) up through the sixth grade. The children are divided into three different age groups: Pre K, K-2nd, and 3rd-6th.  Both the Pre K and the older group will be using AWANA curriculum, while the K-2nd will be learning characters from the Bible. Each club will include a Bible lesson, some Scripture memory, and games.  There are no uniforms or fees.  Please invite others to join in the fun.  Please pick up and fill out a registration form (4-foot table in the lobby) and return it to Pastor Mark’s mailbox.  If you have any questions, please contact Bonita or Pastor Mark .

The Annual Meeting and Elections will be Sunday, December 3, after the LIFE meal.  There are proposed church by-law changes posted on the bulletin board across from the mailboxes that will be voted on at the Annual Meeting.  If you have any questions, please see one of the pastors.  Copies of the proposed changes are in the first row of mailboxes at the bottom labeled “Church Information”. 

Now that the Christmas Season is almost here, we ask you to join us in singing Carols for the shut-ins and those who might need some extra cheer this year.  We will be going out on Sunday, December 10, at 4:00 p.m.   Everyone will benefit and Christ will be honored by our praises.  If you know of a neighbor or friend who would be blessed with our caroling to them, let Pastor Mark know by December 6.

The Holidays are just around the corner.  Please remember to save the postage stamps from your cards you receive this holiday season (in fact, save them all year).  Your stamps may be put in Bonnie Dennis’s mailbox.  If you have any questions, please see Bonnie.

If you will be watching a Communion Service from your home, please be prepared with some kind of bread/cracker and some form of juice as we will commemorate communion on our live-stream service.  If you want to give anything to the benevolence fund you must designate that on your offering envelope or in your online giving. There will not be a separate benevolence offering.



  • In the offering boxes
  • By mail
  • Direct pay through your bank
  • Online at