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About Us
Sunday School 9:30 am
Worship 10:30 am


Springfield Church of the Brethren accepts without reservation:

  • The authority of Jesus Christ
  • The scriptures as God's Word
  • The New Testament as the only rule for faith and practice
  • Our Desire is to be a community where there is:

    • Sincere worship
    • relevant teaching
    • loving friendships
    • constant prayer
    • and compassionate care for those in need
We are intentional about reaching out to our local community in ways that express the love of Christ.

Meet Our Interim Pastor: George O'Reilly



Pastor George was born in Kansas, raised mostly in Arizona on or near the Navajo Reservation, and attended Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff Arizona where he and wife Karen met and married. George first worked several years as a mechanic. Later he obtained an Elementary Teaching certificate and taught fourth grade for five years. During this time Karen and George’s two children were born and now the family includes 3 grandchildren. After seminary George served 2 pastorates for about 18 yrs. and then moved to intentional interim pastoring, walking with con-gregations during times of change. George greatly enjoys people of all ages and sometimes says, “A person has to really work hard to bring me to a point of not enjoying them in some way!” Pastor George and Karen live in Sylvania Ohio, near Toledo, where they are members of Toledo Mennonite Church. Pastor George wishes to say, “I am excited and blessed by this possibility of ministry together. We can confidently anticipate the Lord’s guidance and blessing as we seek to serve together in the Spirit among the community through the congregation!” Blessings and peace through God’s Spirit as we begin together. Pastor George O’Reilly

Pastor George would like to welcome you to workship with us this Sunday morning.

Pastor George O'Reilly


George O'Reilly, Interim Pastor, Springfield Church of the Brethren