Welcome to Truth Community Fellowship
Truth Community Fellowship is a group of believers who are committed to clear, uncompromising Bible exposition and the proclamation of the gospel. If you live in the Northern Kentucky/Cincinnati area, or are just passing through, we would love to welcome you to one of our Sunday morning or midweek services. We meet every Sunday at 9 am in Legacy Hall at the Creation Museum, and every Tuesday at 7 pm at our soon-to-be new location at 4183 Mt. Carmel Tobasco Rd. in Cincinnati.
As those who have been redeemed by the Lord Jesus Christ, we treasure the Word He gave us. We believe Christ builds His church when we honor His authority by teaching the Bible to His people (Matthew 28:18–20), and we take seriously the exhortation to “preach the Word” regardless of circumstance or trend (2 Timothy 4:2). This is evident in our simple motto: “Teaching God’s People God’s Word.”
Because it is the Word of God, Scripture is our highest authority. It is our view of Scripture, and of the One who wrote it, that shapes our worship. Our services are characterized by doctrinally rich hymns and extensive, verse-by-verse expository preaching. Currently, we are walking through Ephesians on Sunday mornings, and are studying the Psalms at our midweek service. We believe that when Christ is exalted through the faithful preaching of His Word, God strengthens, equips, and blesses His people, and ultimately saves the lost.
It’s not complicated. We just go back to the Bible.
If that stirs your heart, come visit us. You might find you belong at Truth Community Fellowship. We love Christ, we love each other, and we always have room for one more. You’ll find a warm greeting from all of us.
Truth Community Fellowship
Why do you stand afar off, O Lord? (Psalm 10:1). To the tearful eye of the sufferer the Lord seemed to stand still, as if he calmly looked on, and did not sympathize with his afflicted one. Nay, more, the Lord appeared to be afar off, no longer “a very present help in trouble,” but an inaccessible mountain, into which no man would be able to climb. The presence of God is the joy...
I will give thanks to the lord with all my heart (Psalm 9:1). David’s praise is all given to the Lord. Praise is to be offered to God alone; we may be grateful to the intermediate agent, but our thanks must have long wings and mount aloft to heaven. There is true praise to the thankful telling forth to others of our heavenly Father’s dealings with us. This is one of the...
O LORD, our Lord, how majestic is Your name in all the earth, who have displayed Your splendor above the heavens (Psalm 8:1). We may style this Psalm the Song of the Astronomer: let us go abroad and sing it beneath the starry heavens at eventide, for it is very probable that in such a position, it first occurred to the poet’s mind. Dr. Chalmers says, “There is much in...
O LORD, my God, in You I have taken refuge; save me from all those who pursue me, and deliver me (Psalm 7:1). This may be called the "Song of the Slandered Saint." What a blessing it would be if we could turn even the most disastrous event into a theme for song, and so turn the tables upon our great enemy. David appears before God to plead with him against the Accuser, who...