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Plan Your Visit2019-10-19T14:36:32-05:00

First time at Columbia Road Baptist Church?

We want your experience at Columbia Road Baptist Church to be the best part of your week!

What time does everything start? What about our kids? Do you have a nursery? Where do we park? Where should we go when we first arrive? Let us help you plan your visit with us! We’ll personally contact you to answer all of your questions!

Service Times

Sunday

  • 9:45 AM – Bible Classes (infants through adults)
  • 11:00 AM – Morning Worship Service & Junior Church
  • 6:00 PM – Evening Worship

Wednesday

  • 7:00 PM – Adult Bible Study
  • 7:00 PM — Youth Bible Study (Grades 7-12)
  • 7:00 PM — Master Clubs (Age 4 – Grade 6)

Where we are

Columbia Road Baptist Church is located at 4116 Columbia Road in North Olmsted Ohio (just north of Lorain Road).

Our church is easily accessible from Interstate 90 and Interstate 480.

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In Case You Were Wondering…

There will be several general parking spaces reserved for visitors. One of our greeters will meet you at the Main Entrance.  You can’t miss it!

After one of our greeters helps you find any children’s classes or nursery facilities that you might need, you can choose your seat in the Main Auditorium. Our service will be about an hour, and we’ll do our best to start and end on time.

We’ll pray together. You’re welcome to pray along silently or just observe.

We’ll sing songs. The lyrics will be up on our screens and available in our hymnals. Feel free to join in or just listen.

We’ll receive an offering. This is for our members, but if you want to, you can contribute financially as the offering plate passes by or online through your mobile device.

Someone will preach a message from the Bible. He’ll read a Bible passage, explain its meaning, and show you how you can practically apply it.

We’ll have an invitation (a time for people to respond to the message’s call to action). People may come forward and pray quietly in the front of the church. Many people will pray in their seats or sing the selected song.

If someone is choosing to believe on Christ, get baptized, or join the church, he or she comes forward and speaks with the pastor during this time, too. There’s no pressure on you to do anything – just respond as God leads you.

If you have infants or toddlers, we have clean and secure nursery facilities where background-checked, trained workers will gladly care for little ones (infants – 3 years-old).

We have meetings designed especially for children to grow in knowledge and relationship with Jesus. On Sundays, children can enjoy age-specific Bible classes at 9:45 a.m. and Junior Church at 11:00 a.m. On Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m., we have Master Clubs, a children’s ministry that teaches ages 4 – grade 6 about the Bible, character lessons, and how to practically serve God.

Want to attend a children’s gathering with your kids to see what they’re like? You’re absolutely welcome to do that.

Where is Columbia Road Baptist Church located?2019-09-02T01:36:11-05:00

CRBC is located just west of Cleveland in North Olmsted, OH.
4116 Columbia Road
North Olmsted, OH 44070

How many attend Columbia Road Baptist Church?2019-10-12T02:54:55-05:00

On Sunday mornings, you can expect about 180 – 200 people for the 11:00 am service.

Do I need to dress up to fit in at Columbia Road Baptist Church?2019-10-12T02:56:05-05:00

Many of our members and guests will be wearing business casual or more formal clothes (suits, dresses, etc.). But you’ll see people in t-shirts, hoodies, and jeans, too. If you think “church” and not “beach party,” you’ll feel right at home!

How do I know where to go?2019-10-12T02:56:43-05:00

Greeters are waiting for you at the Main Entrance (you can’t miss it). They’ll guide you throughout your time with us. Feeling independent? There’s signage inside the building to direct you.

What are your services like?2019-10-17T03:22:08-05:00

Our service will be about an hour, and we’ll do our best to start and end on time.

We’ll pray together. You’re welcome to pray along silently or just observe.

We’ll sing songs. The lyrics will be up on our screens and available in our hymnals. Feel free to join in or just listen.

We’ll receive an offering. This is for our members, but if you want to, you can contribute financially as the offering plate passes by or online through your mobile device.

Someone will preach a message from the Bible. He’ll read a Bible passage, explain its meaning, and show you how you can practically apply it.

We’ll have an invitation (a time for people to respond to the message’s call to action). People may come forward and pray quietly in the front of the church. Many people will pray in their seats or sing the selected song.

If someone is choosing to believe on Christ, get baptized, or join the church, he or she comes forward and speaks with the pastor during this time, too. There’s no pressure on you to do anything – just respond as God leads you.

What is your pastor like?2019-10-12T02:58:15-05:00

Pastor Bill is an engaging, energetic speaker. He preaches practical, expository Bible messages. He’ll read a Bible passage, explain its context and meaning, and show you how you can apply it to your life.

He’s also approachable. You’ll usually find him chatting with members and guests after services in the Main Auditorium or in the Lobby. Come on up and introduce yourself. He’d love to meet you and your family.

Want to get a feel for him before you arrive? Watch one of his archived sermons.

What happens in case of snow or extreme weather conditions?2019-09-02T01:39:30-05:00

Check our website, call the church office at (440) 777-7539, or check the local news regarding any schedule changes or closings

Take a Test Drive

We’d love to have you come and worship with us in person!  If you would like to hear one of our sermons, click the links below.

O magnify the LORD with me, and let us exalt his name together.

Psalm 34:3

Our faith is a treasured heritage, not a contemporary experiment.

Clarence Sexton

Let’s quit fiddling with religion and do something to bring the world to Christ.

Billy Sunday