Worship with your faith family!

We offer touchless family-friendly worship gatherings at all our campuses. We’re happy to announce that on Sunday, November 1st, we will be reopening Berean Kids for kids up to 5th grade at our Greene campus for both the 8:30AM and 10:00AM gatherings!  Our Cincy campus will offer childcare for children ages 0-2 for their 9:00AM gathering and Kids Blast for children 0-5 at their 10:45 gathering!  Our Bainbridge campus will offer childcare for ages 0-5. Please reserve your child’s spot by clicking the button below.

Worship Gathering FAQs

Q. What can I expect?

These worship gatherings will feature a host welcome, live music, and teaching from our preaching team (and maybe a fun surprise here and there).

Q. When will they meet?

Bainbridge: 10:00 AM

Cincinnatus: 10:00 AM

Greene: 8:15 AM & 10:00 AM

Q. Do I need to register to attend a worship gathering?

No, feel free to just show up at any campus for a touchless worship gathering. We’d love to see you this Sunday!

Q. What about our kids?

Kids are welcome! We simply ask that you reserve their spot by Saturday at 8:00 PM to allow us to plan appropriately. Berean Kids is available for kids ages 0-5th grade during our 8:15am and 10:00am gatherings in Greene, kids ages 0-5 during our 10:00am gathering in Bainbridge and our 10:45am gathering in Cincy.  Childcare for children ages 0-2 is available during the 9:00am Cincy gathering. Our Berean Kids programming also remains fully online. Feel free to bring snacks and quiet activities for your children to enjoy during the worship gathering.

Q. Will masks be required?

Current guidelines say that masks are necessary when social distancing cannot be maintained. We ask everyone who is able and older than 2 years old to wear a mask until you reach your seat in the worship center.

Q. What if I'm not comfortable meeting in person yet?

Guidelines for health should be followed, but we cannot guarantee 100% safety. Please know that no one should feel pressured to come. Each person should use their judgment and do what is best for themselves and their families.