There are four church denominations here in New Bremen. If none of these are what you are looking for, there are three in Minster, nine in St. Marys, two in Wapak, one in Sidney, one in Celina, and one in Lima, all which are just a short drive away!
Life along the Miami-Erie Canal has given New Bremen a rich and colorful history. In the early days, canal boats made the west central community a regular stop for trade and commerce. Since the days of the canal boats, New Bremen has continued to progress. The growth of new homes, new shopping areas, and a modern industrial park shows that New Bremen is an ideal place for people and business.
New Bremen is a wholesome place to live offering a variety of activities the entire family can enjoy.
There are many local and regional organizations which all contribute to making New Bremen the quality community it is. Click on he links below to learn more about these organizations.
Find out why we are a place people love to call home!
New Bremen offers a variety of activities for the entire family from seasonal festivals, glimpses of history to outdoor recreation offerings.
Do you love nature? Spend your afternoon enjoying the sights and sounds along the Miami-Erie Trail as well as Kuenning Dicke Natural Area.
Auglaize-Mercer County YMCA provides a full schedule of year-round activities.
For water enthusiasts, Grand Lake St. Marys, Lake Loramie, and Indian Lake are nearby.
Whether you visit our downtown or The Amsterdam Center, you will find a variety of retail and service businesses which supply basic needs and specialty goods and services as well. And when you don't want to cook, there are several opportunites for dining out—from the casual to more sophisticated.