Adult Sunday School Class

 Sunday Morning Adult Study:

                    Fearless JPEG


                        January 12 – February 16, 2020

9:15 - 10:15

Fearless:  Imagine your Life without fear by Max Lucado.

This DVD book study will focus on God’s promises to be with us,

build our faith and will show us how to combat fear with unwavering faith.

“Courage does not panic, it prays.  Courage does not bemoan, it believes. 

Courage does not languish, it listens.  It listens to the voice of God calling through scripture, “Fear not!”



Starting Sunday, February 23 — April 5

                 9:15 am—10:15 am

Class will meet in the Fireplace Room

24 Hours                 24 Hours That Changed the World

                 Book, DVD study by Adam Hamilton

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if you are interested in attending.


All who are interested in these studies, please contact Anita Van Winkle,

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 513-280-2447.


Please join us!


Christianity and World Religions

Led by Pastor Sean

                                                Second Class coming this Spring!  Watch for dates and times

                                         Our Six weeks study will question, examine and seek to understand the essential

                                                                           and historical setting of each faith.


“While Christianity is the largest religion in the world, with around 2.3 billion adherents, two-thirds of the world’s population is not Christian. This fact raises certain questions for earnest Christians: If there is only one God, as Christianity asserts, and that God has revealed himself through Jesus Christ, why are there so many different religions? How does the God of Scripture view earnest followers of other faiths? What do the other religions teach and why? At what points does Christianity find the common ground with them? Where do they differ? Is there anything a Christian can learn from people of other faiths? How should Christians relate to their Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim, or Jewish neighbors?”(Adam Hamilton)