When are the church services?
Sunday School is at 10:00 am, and there are classes for all ages. The Sunday morning service is at 11:00 am and the The Wednesday evening service is at 7:00 pm.
How long do the services last?
Most services last about 1 hour to 1 hour and 15 minutes.
What kind of music do you have?
We have traditional Christian music in our services. Our music program attempts to exalt the Lord Jesus Christ through songs and hymns of praise.
What do most people wear to church?
Some men wear ties, and many do not. Some ladies wear dresses, but some wear pants. Most people wear “business casual” attire. We are more interested in people attending than in what they wear.
Where are you located?
We are in Dayton, Ohio, about ½ mile to Kettering, ½ mile to Riverside and 2 miles to Beavercreek. From Route 35, go south on Smithville Road (towards Kettering) for about 1 mile. Turn left on Pleasantview Ave. It goes back 3 blocks and dead ends into our parking lot.
How many people attend your church?
We are a congregation of about one hundred members.
How is your Sunday School divided?
We have classes for nursery age, younger kids (4 to 8 yrs. old), older kids (9 to 12 yrs. old), teens and adults.
What translation of the Bible do you use?
We use the King James Version in all of our classes and services.
Do you have services for children on Sunday morning?
We have Children’s Church services on Sunday morning.
Do you have a nursery?
Yes, we have a nursery for children 3 and under on Sunday Morning. On Sunday and Wednesday evening the nursery is for ages up to five years old.
What programs do you offer on Wednesday evening?
We have AWANA for young people from 4 to 17 years old. The nursery is available for infants to four year olds. We have an adult Bible study that our pastor teaches. This is a verse by verse study of a book of the Bible. Handouts are given to supplement the teaching.
If I have more questions, how can I ask?
Please feel free to contact us anytime by phone 937-253-1212 or by e-mail (email@example.com)