ORBC is a fellowship of believers called to develop into fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ with a heart to share God's love with the unchurched people of the community and the world.
Each Sunday we offer Bible Study Classes for each age group, a Worship Service led by a praise team which incorporates both traditional hymns and praise music. We have a variety of discipleship and small-group Bible studies on Sunday evenings. On Wednesday evening, we have a family meal followed by an Awana ministry for children 3 years old - 6th graders and a worship and study time we call "Pastor's Corner Live!" We invite you to search our website (www.orbchurch.org) for details on ministry opportunities offered each week. We are a casual church with members from a broad spectrum of the community, socially, economically, and racially. ALL are welcome at Oak Ridge Baptist Church!
If you are new to the community or have decided to find a place to belong, we warmly invite you to come join us. You will hear the Word of God preached each week, you will be welcomed like you are family coming home and you will be given an opportunity to find a place of ministry.
Year Founded: 1969
Average Attendance: 550
500 East Oak Hill Drive
Spring, TX 77386
Content last updated: 7/16/2014
09:45 am - Our corporate worship service. Children may worship in our separate Children's Worship at the same time.
Map & Driving Directions
From I-45: East on Robinson Road to Hanna Road. Turn south (right) on Hanna Road. Turn right (west) on East Oak Hill Drive and follow to 500 East Oak Hill Drive. Located in City of Oak Ridge North.
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