WORSHIP SERVICE – 9:45 AM
(Spirit-filled Traditional Worship Service)
Christian Education – 11:15 AM
(Sunday School for Children and Adults)
Transportation: If you need a ride to church, please contact the church office (513-271-9096) by Thursday, and we will schedule you for a pickup.
Holy Week Services
Maundy Thursday Service @ 6:00 PM
Good Friday Service @ 6:00 PM
Easter Morning Service @ 9:45 AM
Online Spiritual Gifts Assessment
After you complete your assessment, we recommend that you share your results with a pastor or spiritual leader in the church to help you more deeply understand your spiritual giftedness.
DISCOVER YOUR SPIRITUAL GIFTS
Do you know the Spiritual Gift(s) God has given you? Spiritual Gifts are tools given by God for doing the work of ministry. Knowing our spiritual gift(s) helps to equip us to fulfill God’s purpose for our lives.
There are at least 20 Spiritual gifts listed in the Bible in Paul’s letters to the Romans (CH-12), Ephesians (CH-4), and 1 Corinthians (CH 12-13) and recognized by the first-century church.
We are offering an Online Spiritual Gifts Assessment as a first step to help you to easily identify your God-given gifts. This online assessment also points to ways you can use your Spiritual Gifts in connection with others through the community of faith.
Knowing our gifts help us function in the body of Christ, the Church (see Romans 12 below).
Romans 12:4-8 Common English Bible (CEB)
4 We have many parts in one body, but the parts don’t all have the same function. 5 In the same way, though there are many of us, we are one body in Christ, and individually we belong to each other. 6 We have different gifts that are consistent with God’s grace that has been given to us. If your gift is prophecy, you should prophesy in proportion to your faith. 7 If your gift is service, devote yourself to serving. If your gift is teaching, devote yourself to teaching. 8 If your gift is encouragement, devote yourself to encouraging. The one giving should do it with no strings attached. The leader should lead with passion. The one showing mercy should be cheerful