Updates regarding COVID-19

On Campus

As we seek to live out what Paul wrote in Romans 13:1, we will continue to voluntarily comply with Governor DeWine’s recommendations that those who are fully vaccinated are exempt from COVID-19 guidelines. COVID-19 guidelines will drop for everyone as of June 2. This will apply to all ages.


Each week we will have Nursery through Grade 5 on campus for both services. Middle and High School ministry is on campus during our 11:00am worship service. We will continue to update information on our website and our Children’s Ministry Facebook page.

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We will be using our social media platforms and our website to organize our community to be the church during this time of disruption to the normal course of life. Make sure to stay plugged in on ways you can help serve if you are healthy and symptom-free.


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We have a variety of resources available to help you keep taking next steps in your faith each day. Make sure to take advantage of any of these that might help you stay close to Jesus in this time.

Right Now Media

We’re excited to give you free access to RightNow Media, a wonderful library of video resources for all ages from churches and pastors all across the country, to help you develop and grow as a disciple of Jesus. Streaming directly to your computer, tablet, or mobile device, you’ll find the online Bible Study Library includes relevant content for every age group or spiritual season.

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The Bible App

Each week we put our message notes in the events section of the Bible App. In addition to that the Bible App can help make God’s word a part of everyday.

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Daily Devotionals

Check out our devotions to keep our focus on the right things each day.

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Unleavened Commmunion Bread Recipe
  • 4 cups Whole Wheat Flour
  • 1 ¼ cups Unbleached Flour
  • 3 tsp Salt
  • 2 ½ tsp Baking Power
  • 5 Tbsp Oil
  • 2 cups Water (approx)
  • ½ cup Honey

Sift dry ingredients three times.

Cut in the oil.

Stir the honey into the water, then add to the flour mixture; dough should be a little sticky, soft, and flexible. (Over-mixing will cause it to be hard.) A handful of cracked wheat grain may be added, if desired, for texture.

Roll out an 8 ½” (22cm) circle, ¼” (¾ cm) thick (or several smaller loaves), adding in a few drops of oil and sprinkling lightly with flour as you do. Inscribe a small “+” with a sharp knife at the center. Place on a greased baking sheet. (If you made one loaf, the remaining dough can be shaped as desired, at the same thickness, and baked for use on your table.)

Bake in a preheated oven at 350 F for 18 minutes. Remove from the oven and lightly paint the surface with oil. Return to the preheated 400 F oven for 10-15 minutes longer.

May be frozen in a sealed plastic bag (remove air before sealing); defrost 12 hours before use and allow to thaw at room temperature while remaining in a plastic bag to prevent loss of moisture.