Children and Youth Sunday School

Children's and Youth Sunday School meet at OCBC on Sunday mornings from 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM. See the Sunday school page for more information.

Young Adult & Adult Discipleship Classes

Discipleship classes meet in the welcome lounge of OCBC on Sunday mornings from 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM. All young adults and adults are welcome. Please contact the group leader directly or use this form.

Discipleship 100
Intro to Discipleship and the Christian Life
Dylan F.A.

Discipleship 200
Biblical and Systematic Theology
Pastor Dan Byrne

Baptism and Membership Class
Jean J.

OCBC Connect Groups

OCBC Connect Groups meet throughout the week for the purpose of connecting with one another for prayer, study, and fellowship. To sign up for any of these connect groups, please contact the group leader directly or use this form.

Youth Fellowship
Thursday, 6:30 to 8:30
Joe Fogarty, Sam Chan, Sarah Kim
Facebook Group

Men's Bible Study
Romans
Thursday, 7-9
Ben I.

Young Adult Fellowship
Saturday 7-9
Allen G. and Maddie W.
Facebook Group

Dating/Engaged Couples
Relationship Bible Study
3rd Sunday, Lunch
Pastor Dan

Young Professional Fellowship
Alternate Fridays 7-9
Daniel W.
Facebook Group

Women's Prayer
2nd Wednesday, 7:30-9
Remmick S.

Adult Central Small Group
Discussion and Prayer
1 & 3 Saturday, 7-9
East/Central: Pastor Dan, Henry P.

Adult West Small Group
Discussion and Prayer
1 & 3 Thursday, 7-9
West: Wee-Lin and Hsing Ju

OCBC Leadership Courses

OCBC is pleased to offer Ministry and Leadership training in partnership with BILD international and the Antioch School of Church Planting and Leadership Development. Core leadership courses will be offered every Fall and Winter term. Please contact the leader directly or use this form.

Leaders in the Early Church
Sunday Evening
Adam L.

The overall objective of this course is to bring leadership training back the center of the local church in a way that will empower churches to participate in the expansion of the gospel with the same vision and effectiveness as first church at Antioch.  Specifically, this means that each person studying the course will:

  • Develop a basic understanding of leadership in the Early Church with all of its complexities, focusing specifically on the work of ministers of the gospel and that of elders and deacons and how their work is complementary in nature.

  • Rediscover the Antioch tradition of the Early Church, which lasted over five centuries, and design a model for how to build this tradition back into our churches, as we seek to have similar impact globally for the expansion of the gospel in the 21st century

  • Design an effective multi-level leadership development strategy for our churches, which is truly built upon the foundation of the New Testament and which will carry the Antioch vision, of turning the world upside down.