Welcome to Truth Community Fellowship
Truth Community Fellowship is a group of like-minded believers in Jesus Christ committed to clear Bible exposition in the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area. We believe Christ builds His church when we honor His authority by teaching the Bible to His people (Matthew 28:18-20). Our simple motto reflects our purpose: “Teaching God’s People God’s Word”—and we’re excited about it!
Our view of Scripture shapes our approach to Sunday worship. Our services feature rich hymns of the faith and extended Bible teaching. We believe God strengthens His people, gives them joy, and ultimately reaches the lost with the gospel as we join together and take His Word and our eternal hope in Christ seriously.
It’s not complicated.
We just go back to the Bible.
If that stirs your heart, come visit us. You might find a home at Truth Community Fellowship. We love Christ, we love each other, and we always have room for one more. You’ll find a warm welcome from all of us.
Feel free to approach us during a Sunday visit or drop a note. We meet each Sunday at 9 am in Legacy Hall at the Creation Museum.
God bless you with His grace and peace.
Truth Community Fellowship
Is the Christianity of our day of the lofty kind of which apostolic men have left us so bright an example? Is it not feeble, indolent, self-indulgent, second-rate? Is there in it anything of the presentation of ‘living sacrifices’ to God, which is our acceptable and reasonable service? Are we not seeking our own, not the things which are Jesus Christ’s? Are we not feasting when the world is starving? Are we not at ease in Zion? Are we not sitting still and in luxurious comfort, when many noble and self-sacrificing ones among us are rushing into the toil or the war, and, for want of being supported by their fellow Christians, are sinking under the burden and heat of the day?
O easy, luxurious, comfortable Christian! While you are lolling on your couch the sinner is going down to woe! While you are soothing your conscience with the opiates of religious routine; or pampering the flesh; or killing time in mirth and music, at the concert, or oratorio, or social party; or idling days in sport; or talking politics; or drinking in the applause of public opinion; or sunning yourself in the blaze of the ballroom; or absorbed in the latest novel; or engrossed with the card table; men are dying, the present scene is passing, the eternal world is hastening on, and the Judge is at the door!
Rouse yourself from your indulgence, and work! Do it with your might. Spend and be spent. Give your money to the Master; give your strength and your life to Him. He is at hand. He may be nearer than you think. And how should you like to be caught by Him lounging on your soft couch, or feasting at your well-spread table, when you should have been working for Him, or fighting His battles—visiting His brethren, soothing His sorrowing children, ministering to His poor disciples, grudging no weariness or hardship for a Master like Him?
But seek first His kingdom and His righteousness (Matthew 6:33).
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