At Calvary Chapel Cincinnati, we believe that much growth and fulfillment comes from involvement in the ministries of the local church. That is why you will find many different ministries for the entire family to enjoy and be involved in. Listed below are many of the ministries that are offered to you.
Women are vital to a healthy church. In the Bible, it was the women who stuck by Jesus as he died on the cross. It was the women who discovered that Jesus rose from the dead and went to tell the disciples. And it was the women who faithfully served in the early church in partnership with the apostles and elders. The early church fathers encouraged women to grow in their knowledge of God and to serve and help build the church.
Our Women’s Ministries is focused on helping women grow more deeply in their love for God and His Word. To get connected with other women in their community with the ultimate goal of creating and making disciples of Jesus.
Weekly opportunities for Women include; Bible study, Prayer get-togethers, Special events and Conferences. Our Women’s Ministry is open to all women of any age. To learn more about Women’s Ministry, contact our church office or send us an email. Also checkout our monthly calendar for meeting events and times.
Calvary Chapel Men’s Ministry was created to develop men of integrity! Our men’s ministry is committed to helping men become the godly men God has called us to be. A godly man is a servant and not a slave master. Being a spiritual leader does not mean dominating or ruling over our family. It means serving your family, and being a godly example for your wife, children and others to follow.
CCC Men’s Ministry will provide men with tools to develop godly character and to equip them to influence their world for Christ. We invite you to join our fellowship each week and together we will rock our world for Christ!
Our youth ministry at Calvary is aimed at ministering to students right where they are in a way that’s relevant to them. It’s about strengthening their relationship with God and pushing them to go further in their faith and walk with Jesus. Through weekly Bible studies, personal discipleship groups, and intimate times of worship, students learn what it means to be a follower of Christ, not just a believer.