Our Affiliations

Although we exist as an autonomous congregation, we understand the power of connecting and cooperating with other gospel-centered churches and organizations. To that end, we are part of a world-wide network of over 40,000 churches called the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC). We partner together to do some amazing things. For example, our network sponsors over 5,000 missionaries who are sharing the love and message of Jesus globally. We work together to plant new churches in major cities across the United States, operate the second largest disaster relief organization in North America, and have created seminaries to train new generations of leaders for churches around the world. We are excited about the power of this network to exponentially increase the impact of our church.


Through our identity with the SBC we are work alongside the International Mission Board (IMB). The IMB wants to vastly expand our missions efforts for the spread of the gospel to every people group on the planet, forging a dynamic network of pathways connecting churches and individuals directly to IMB missionary teams around the world.


Through the SBC we partner with The North American Mission Board.  NAMB exists to work with churches and groups of churches in mobilizing as a missional force to impact North America with the gospel of Jesus Christ through evangelism and church planting.  Through Send Relief, the North American Mission Board is assisting churches in reaching people in need with practical help and the hope of the gospel.


The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission is an entity of the Southern Baptist Convention. The ERLC is dedicated to engaging the culture with the gospel of Jesus Christ and speaking to issues in the public square for the protection of religious liberty and human flourishing. Our vision can be summed up in three words: kingdom, culture and mission.  Since its inception, the ERLC has been defined around a holistic vision of the kingdom of God, leading the culture to change within the church itself and then as the church addresses the world.


The Cincinnati Area Baptist Association (CABA) is a network of 117 partnering churches/missions covering 7 counties in southwestern Ohio.  CABA exists to impact lostness through its pastors by networking, coaching, and planting churches.