Located in southwest Ohio, Crestview Baptist Church is 9 miles northwest of Dayton, OH, just moments from Interstate 70. We are technically in Clayton, and are only minutes from the surrounding communities of Englewood, Union, Dayton, and Trotwood. We are affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention and are a bible based church, preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Year Founded: 1956
Average Attendance: 150
6600 Salem Avenue
Clayton, OH 45315
Student Minister: Ricky Murray Senior Pastor: Rev. Tim Cain, (330) 974-7934
Content last updated: 4/21/2017
10:45 am - We have a blended worship service incorporating both hymns and contemporary praise music. We also use our adult choir, soloists and groups to provide special music.
9:30 am - Life Groups
6:45 pm - Choir Practice
6:45 pm - Wednesday Kidz
6:45 pm - Adult Bible Study
6:45 pm - Youth Group
Wednesday 6:45 - 8:15 p.m.
This choir practices each Wednesday and is open to all adults. They present a special each Sunday morning.
Master Design is our youth creative ministries team. They meet each Sunday night from 4:45 - 5:45 p.m.
Wednesday night prayer and Bible study is from 6:45 - 8:15 p.m.
Map & Driving Directions
From the west (Richmond, IN) take I-70 East to S.R. 49. Drive approximately 2 miles on S.R. 49 and Crestview Baptist will be on the right.
From the east (Columbus, OH) take I-70 West to the exit for Hoke Rd./S.R. 49. Turn left onto Hoke Rd. and drive 1/4 mile to Salem Ave. Turn left onto Salem Ave. and drive approximately 1 mile and the church will be on your right.
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