Plaza Bible Church

In the heart of the city, with the city at heart.   Located just a couple blocks off the Orange Circle, we are a church passionate about family, friendships, and finding our calling.  We believe that the love of Christ crosses all social, ethnic, and economic gaps.  The church is a family, and a place to call home.    
240 W Chapman Ave, Orange, CA 92866

Church Office

  • Phone: 714 639 2420
  • Hours: Mon-Fri , 9am-5pm
  • Email:
  • Address: 240 W. Chapman Ave. Orange, CA 92866
  • Main Service: Sundays at 10:00 am

Q & A

  • When and where is your service?

    Our Sunday service starts at 10:00 am. We are located at 240 W. Chapman Ave. in Orange, CA. There is parking in front of the church, in the public parking lot behind the church, and at Omega Burger across the street (see map above). After every service we have coffee and snacks available in our Fellowship Hall for everyone to enjoy.

  • Are services provided for my children?

    Yes. We have a wonderful program for children 1-8th grade. When you arrive, you can sign in your child to the nursery or elementary class. Jr.Highers will be dismissed to their classes after worship.

    Learn more about out Children's Pastor:
    Brenda Lebsack .

    and our youth leader:
    Letty Cota .

  • Do you provide translation services?

    We are currently in the process of obtaining translation earpieces for our Spanish speaking members. We also have a Spanish speaking class that meets on Sunday mornings. The class is dismissed after worship and is led by Pastor Jose Cota.

  • What about communion and baptism?

    We offer communion every week during worship. Pastor Nathan Lambee is available during communion to pray with families if they would like. In addition to this, we take communion together as a church the first Sunday of every month.
    Meet Nathan Lambee
    Baptisms take place multiple times throughout the year as the need arises. Baptisms are a time for a huge celebration.
    Watch Recent Baptisms

  • What does a typical service look like?

    Our Sunday services have three main components: worship, prayer and the word of God. We typically open up the service with a few worship songs. After this time of worship, we dismiss the Jr.High and Spanish speaking classes. Then we jump into the sermon. Typically we study through a book of the bible in sequential weeks, taking breaks for short topical series. After the bible study we have an extended period of worship that allows you to pray and hear from God. During this time, we serve communion and the pastors and leaders are available for you to pray with. After service there is coffee and snacks provided in the Fellowship Hall for everyone.

  • How should I dress?

    Dress code is casual. Dress shirt and tie is rarely spotted at PBC, but don't let that hinder you if that is how you're most comfortable!

  • Further Questions

    If your question was not answered on this list, please feel free to contact us.
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