Founded in 1936, East Hamilton Baptist Church remains a "neighborhood church." Our ongoing ministries include monthly visits to the County Home to celebrate birthdays with the residents as well as to hold evening worship services each Sunday evening; support of the inner city New Life Mission with donations of food, clothing, and money; and outreach and visitation to the surrounding community. Our 70th anniversary events included videos the first Sunday evening each month; a Christmas cantata and a holiday fellowship dinner; an Easter cantata; a Spring Revival in April; a Gospel Sing also in April; and a Saturday "Cool School" in September specifically for the neighborhood children. Each worship service includes the singing of hymns and a Bible-based sermon. Weekly services include Sunday School at 10am and Sunday Worship services at 11am and 7:00pm (at the County Home).
Year Founded: 1936
Average Attendance: 10
9821 Regatta Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45252
Senior Pastor: Rev. Dale W. Hinderliter, (513) 894-4496
Content last updated: 9/17/2015
- 11:00 am - Traditional worship service including the singing of congregational hymns, a time of welcome and fellowship, and a Bible-based sermon. Usually one hour in length.
- 07:00 pm - A more casual traditional service held in the chapel at the County Home (1800 Princeton Road). 45-50 minutes in length.
Take Ohio Route 4 to Grand Blvd. Head east on Grand Blvd. 5 blocks to Parrish Ave. Right on Parrish Ave. 1 block to the church (1493 Parrish Avenue).
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