What to expect when you visit

We know visiting a new church can be a bit overwhelming. At Osterville Baptist Church we have intentionally built a culture that is casual and friendly, where you can truly be yourself.

What should I expect on Sunday?

Osterville Baptist Church is a multi-generational church which highly values God's Word and people. We believe that God changes lives! 

There are two services available, 8:30AM and 10:30AM, each lasting about 1 hour. Between our two services is Coffee Connection which is a great time to grab a snack and connect with a few friendly faces. Each Sunday you can expect...

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When you walk through the doors of OBC, our hope is that you feel like you are part of a community. Our ultimate desire, as a body of devoted followers of Jesus Christ, is to create an environment where people can experience the presence of God in a life-transforming way. When you come to OBC, you will be warmly welcomed and guided where to go. If you have any questions, simply stop by the welcome center.


We are honored and excited to spend an hour with your family. Kidventure is passionate about bringing the message of Jesus in a fun, exciting and understandable way for each age group. Kidventure Sunday School (for birth to 5th grade) runs from September to June during both 8:30 and 10:30 services. Junior High Sunday School for grades 6-8 runs from September to June during the 8:30 service only. Kidventure uses a detailed and secure electronic check-in system. If it's your child's first time attending Kidventure, we will be happy to help you register your family and welcome your child into their classroom.


We believe that our first calling and goal as a church is to be passionate about worship. As we worship, God transforms us by the power of the gospel through the Holy Spirit. Our worship service is designed to help each person make a personal connection with Jesus Christ through God-centered traditional and contemporary worship as well as Bible based messages that apply to your real life.


When turning into the Church, park beside or behind the church building. The handicap accessible main entrance is located on the side of the church. Once you enter through the double doors, ushers will help you find a seat in the sanctuary.