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Senior Minister

Jordan Kellicut joined the ministry team at ODCC in December of 2013. He graduated from Emmanuel Christian Seminary with a Masters of Divinity and Great Lakes Christian College with a bachelor’s degree in Christian Ministries and Biblical Theology. He is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Ministry from Western Theological Seminary, and has served in many ministry positions since 2001.

Jordan and his wife, Laura, have two young daughters.   

Administrative Assistant

Jessie Clemence joined the ODCC staff as the administrative assistant in 2014. She loves to craft emails that the congregation actually wants to read, and she keeps the ministers in line. They mostly don't mind.

Jessie and her husband, Eric, have two children in high school.

What To Expect

If you're thinking about visiting ODCC, here are a few things you might want to know:

  • Service times: Our Sunday school classes meet from 9:00 to 9:45am; classes are available for all ages. Our worship service meets from 10:00 to 11:20am.
  • We seek to glorify God through our musical worship, using current as well as traditional music styles. We have a full band, including keyboard, drums, and guitars.
  • Dress in whatever makes you feel comfortable! Our congregation wears anything from jeans and t-shirts to suits and dresses, but the atmosphere tends to be on the casual side.
  • Children are welcome to attend the worship service with the adults or go to the children's programming. During the 10am service we have a class for the older kids (1st through 5th grades) and a class for the younger ones (preschool and kindergarten). Babies and toddlers are welcome in the service or the nursery. All adults who staff our children's activities have completed background checks through the Michigan Department of Human Services.

We invite you to contact us with any questions.  Call 269-327-7602, or email 

Small Groups

Our Small Church groups meet regularly for fellowship, sermon-based study, and outreach events. Sign ups occur once each quarter, where new groups are formed and old ones are sustained. Newcomers are welcome at any time, so jump right in! Call the office or contact a staff member if you’d like to connect.

GriefShare is a Small Church and outreach group that meets for a specific purpose several times a year. If you have lost a spouse, child, family member, or friend, this is a confusing time of sorrow, isolation and hard questions. GriefShare is an opportunity to meet weekly in a safe space to work through these challenges and move toward rebuilding your life.  Please contact Bill or Beth Naughton or Adrienne Fisher for more information and the next meeting time.


What We Believe

We believe that the Bible is the inspired Word of God. It was delivered by God through men, but breathed by His Spirit into their hearts and minds; it was delivered to the original human authors, without error, in all it attests to.

We believe that God is One. There is one and only one God. As the New Testament of the Bible has fully revealed He is Spirit (John 4:24), and has eternally existed in three persons.

We believe that Jesus of Nazareth is the Messiah of God, Savior of the world. Jesus is the one and only one unique Son of the Father. Though God, He became flesh and lived among men to save us from our sins. He was fully God, and fully man.

We believe that the Holy Spirit is more than a force or field emanating from God. He is the third person of the Trinity or Godhead, the Comforter that Jesus Himself promised.

We believe that the Lord Jesus Christ commanded two unique practices: Baptism and the Lord’s Supper. We believe in water baptism by immersion for the remission of sins as a step in becoming a Christian; and a communion open to all believers on the first day of the week.

We believe that Jesus died for the sins of all humankind. As He died on the cross, He took the place of each and every one of us (1 Timothy 2:4-6; 1 John 2:2). His resurrection assures us that we might have life in Him by faith, in this life, and the life to come as we lead holy lives (1 Peter 1:18 & 19; 2:24; and 3:18).

We believe that it is our opportunity and responsibility to share the good news; that God loves us and redeems us through the gift of Jesus, with the world, and to help build followers of Christ (Matthew 28:18-20).

Creative Arts Minister

Paul Funk joined ODCC as the Associate Minister in November of 2014. He graduated from Great Lakes Christian College with a bachelor’s degree in Interpersonal and Organizational Communications and has been involved in various ministry roles since 2007. Most recently he was the Creative Arts Director at New Community Christian Church in Morris, IL.

Paul and his wife, Carrie, have three sons.