Wauseon First Church of God

Let's do this together! Wauseon, OH
Wauseon First Church of God

Who We Are

We are an evangelical church associated with the Church of God of Anderson, Indiana. Our desire is to be a "safe place" where everyone is welcome. We will start where you are and help you discover where God wants you to go. There is no dress code, and we offer a nursery for little ones. Our worship style favors the traditional, but we always strive to set the table so that everyone can be nourished. Our beliefs and practices are Bible-based, and we recognize our dependence on God!

About Us

Vibe
Multigenerational, Casual, Conservative

Programs
Nursery, Young Adults, Youth Group, Choir, Missions, Adult Education, Community Service

Music
Traditional Hymns, Contemporary

Denomination
Church of God

Size
Medium

Language
English, Spanish

Founded
0

Plan Your Visit

Services

Contact

Address
507 N Fulton St
Wauseon, OH 43567-1132

Phone
(419) 335-8406

Directions
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Our Services

What are services like?
Most services are traditional, but not formal. We respect the historical traditions of the faith but are not bound by specific practices. We sing both hymns and choruses. Once a month our youth lead a more contemporary style of worship. The preaching is inspirational and engaging, but always biblically-focused.

What is the community like?
We have a multi-generational congregation, from babies to senior adults. We're pretty much a middle-class church, but we strive to welcome everyone. A few of us are Spanish speakers.

What if I'm not a Christian?
If you have honest questions, we're here to help you find answers. You won't be embarrassed or made to stand up in front of everyone. You can open up as much or as little as you feel comfortable doing. If you ask for an appointment with the pastor or a visit from someone in leadership, we'll do our best to meet your needs. We want this to be a "safe place" for everyone.

What Members Say Add your voice

  • Being I have a wife with bipolar disorder in a crisis as we speak I naively and foolishly thought I could reach out to the new pastor of North Euclid Church of God. I promise not to make that mistake again. I simply cannot comprehend the loud, obnoxious, and at times downright raunchy behavior of some of the DIVORCED FEMINISTS there--the "Pastor Brad" was everybodys friend BUT mine, but never man enough to talk about it or try to work it out. I visited once after he left and the patrons there were more clicquish clannish and rude as ever, while the visiting pastor stated 'your neighbors should know North Euclid Church of God cares about them." I just dont get it, and usually dont use bad language as they do, but my give a damn is busted.
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