Frequently Asked Questions
What does OFC believe?
click here to find out!
What are the sermons life?
We recommend you listen to or watch some - click here
What time do I need to arrive?
We recommend that you arrive at least 10 minutes prior to the beginning of the event you are attending to you can park and find a seat.
Traditional Worship Service: 9am
Sunday school: 10am
Contemporary Worship Service: 11am
OFC Kids Worship starts @ 11am
7pm - Life Groups click here to check them out!
- OFC Kids
Is there live streaming of worship services?
Yes. We have live streaming available at the following times:
9am and 11am Sunday morning worship services
7pm Wednesday night worship & our sanctuary Life Group
click here to watch our services!
What do I wear?
You are welcome at OFC just as you are. Some are dressed in coats, dresses and ties, but others wear more casual clothing.
We meet to worship the Lord and fellowship with other believers. We believe that God judges the heart, rather than your physical appearance.
Where do I park?
Parking can be found on the north side and west side of our building.
Come visit us and park in our guest parking! Located on the west side of our building near our main entrance!
We are excited to worship with you! :)
Where do my kids worship while I am in service?
OFC Kids Worship kicks off at 11am! Your kids will participate in worship, activities, games and a skit that all point to our Bible Story! We want to partner with you as parents, to help see your kid(s) become who they are meant to be in Christ! ages 4 yrs old - 4th Grade
First Steps Early Childhood Ministries is available during every worship service and Sunday school! birth - 3 yrs old
I'm in a wheelchair. Where do I go?
Designed wheelchair access and seating is available on the main floor. Our ushers will be happy to help you locate seating for yourself and anyone who is accompanying you.
What style of music is used in your Worship Services?
OFC offers two different worship styles on Sunday Mornings.
The 9:00am service is a blend of traditional hymns led by our praise team and our Worship Pastor, Greg Smith!
The 11:00am service is a blend of contemporary worship that is also led by our praise team and Worship Pastor!
How long is the service?
Our services are approximately one hour.
How do I get involved in a LifeGroup?
LifeGroups are offered on Sunday mornings at 10am and Wednesday nights at 7pm and everything in-between! Click here to check out our LifeGroups and learn how to join or lead one!
What does OFC have for my family?
We believe family is God's original design for discipleship. We want to partner with your family and equip all of our families to live a fulfilled life in Christ.
There's something for every member of your family at OFC. From preschool to senior adults, you'll find Bible studies, life groups, outreach opportunities, mission work and much more designed just for you. Our priority is to see your family live out your purpose in the church and in God's Kingdom.
How can I serve others?
Love God. Love Others. Live to Serve.
We have many opportunities for you to serve God and others.
You can welcome our church family and guests, volunteer in missions projects in our community and overseas, and everything in-between.
If you are interested in serving click here and fill out the form on the bottom of the page!
Examples: VBS, Church Camps, Least of These Ministry, Mission Trips, First Steps Early Childhood Ministries, OFC Kids, Chi-Rho Student Ministries, College Ministries, Operation Christmas Child, Men's and Women's Ministry, Prayer, Worship, Teaching, Host Teams, many other ministry teams and so many other opportunities.
What size church is OFC?
Membership is currently around 250 and our services average around 225-250 (Our total attendance averaged around 350 pre-covid).
Approx. 100 - 9AM Service and Approx. 150 - 11AM Service.
We are a church that welcomes all cultures, generations and anyone who is at our door. We are most importantly one family of believers.
What is involved in becoming a member at OFC?
Becoming a member is for those who are ready to take the next step in becoming who God created you to be (the Church) and learning how you can serve others!
Watch this video by Pastor Gary Mitchener on becoming a member of Ozark Family Church.