Manna Worship is our 9am worship experience. This service seeks to be more intimate, more comfortable, more contemplative, and more relaxed than our traditional service at 11am. Messages are frequently more conversational or interactive in nature here. At Manna our music is more contemporary and is offered either on piano or through videos. We receive holy communion weekly at Manna, which is part of what inspired the name. Manna is a wonderfully gentle way to enter into worship with a community of loving and welcoming folks who want to grow in their faith and their love of God and neighbor.
Our 11am Worship Service is a more traditional service which includes the singing of the historic hymns of the church, music presented by a church choir, and congregational liturgy and responses as part of the service. Communion is offered on the first Sunday of each month and our children’s ministry presents music on a regular basis. Nursery care is provided during this service, and children are welcome to go to one of our children’s programs following the Children’s Message or to remain in worship with parents or family. Children are ALWAYS welcome in worship and activity packs are available for them.
Parking at Church of the Master
Our parking lot entrance is located on Main St. We have 18 spaces, 2 of which are designated ADA parking 24/7/365. On Sundays, we reserve this lot for handicap access and visitors only. Additional Sunday parking is available at the Otterbein Barlow, Cowan and Towers lots as well as public parking in Uptown Westerville, just a short walk away. The Barlow lot is also available to us for church evening events after 5pm.
Our main pedestrian entrances are located on Main St. and on the south side of the building which can be accessed from our parking lot down the sidewalk along the wooden fence. The south entrance is our ADA entrance with a concrete wheelchair ramp. Inside this entrance is our elevator to access all levels of our building.
Our Local Missions Committee provides opportunities for church members and others to support local community service organizations that provide for the needy. By providing education to our congregation, gathering resources and promoting volunteerism, we share Christ’s love our community in a tangible way. Local Missions works with the West Ohio Conference and with the United Methodist Community Ministries, but is not limited to their programs and projects.