“Not to us, O Lord, not to us, but to your name give glory…”

– Psalm 115:1a





Join Us For Worship

Sunday School @ 9:30am

Sunday Morning Worship @ 10:30am

Sunday Evening Bible Study @ 5:00pm

Our church gathers weekly to worship God–who is certainly worthy of our praise. We want to do our best to make you feel welcome, so expect a hello and friendly smile. Expect to hear God’s Word read aloud, hymns sung, and the Gospel preached.

“Ascribe to the Lord the glory due his name; worship the Lord in the splendor of holiness”. – Psalm 29:2


Meet Our Team

Pastor Taylor Quinley

Pastor Taylor has been pastor of Oolitic Baptist Church since February 2018. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Christian Ministry and Divinity from Midwestern College in Kansas City, Missouri and a Master of Divinity from  Southern Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. Continuing at Southern, Taylor is pursuing his PhD in Christian Preaching. Taylor has been married to his wife, Emily, since 2015. Together they have four children, George, Emmett, Adelaide, and Isaac.

Delbert and Kim Wray

Delbert and Kim Wray serve Oolitic Baptist Church as worship leaders. They have been pointing our church to truthful worship of Jesus for over a decade. The desire of their hearts is to stand behind the shadow of the cross, never taking the spotlight for themselves.

Our Congregation

We are proud to say that all of our members work together to serve the church and the community. Ephesians 4 describes a healthy church as one in which each member does their part. God has gifted every Christian, and we are to use those gifts to serve Him. Our church is filled with those who do exactly that–serve God and neighbor. We desire that each member of Oolitic Baptist Church, young and old, joyfully and faithfully serve Jesus.

Our Mission

To Follow Jesus And Point Others To Do The Same.


At Oolitic Baptist Church, our mission is two-fold. Above all else, we desire to be a people that follow Jesus. We pray this is evident in the way we live, not only in the church, but in the home, at work, and in the community. Secondly, we desire to point others to follow Jesus. Lovingly we want others to joyfully give their lives to following Jesus–the most important act anyone can do.

The Good News

God created the world, and He created it good (Gen. 1:31). When we look around, however, we can see that things are not good. We can see pain, hurt, sickness, hatred, and all sorts of brokenness. The truth is that this brokenness is a direct result of sin–mankind’s disobedience to God (Rom. 3:23; Gen. 3). Because of sin, all of mankind deserves death and hell (Gen. 2:16-17; 2 Thes. 1:6-9). Yet, Jesus, who is God in the flesh, came to die for sinners, to take on the punishment that sinners rightly deserve (Rom. 5:8; 1 Peter 2:24). Jesus did not stay dead though, but He rose again on the third day, conquering over sin and death (1 Cor. 15:4, 55-57). The good news is that now, through faith in Jesus as Lord, sinners can be given new life, be forgiven of sins, and enter into God’s presence forever (Rom. 10:9-10). One day, Jesus will return to make all things new and good (Heb. 9:28; 2 Peter 3:13). Until then, sinners saved by grace are to love and serve for the glory of God (1 Cor. 15:58).

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