We welcome all people to join with us in our Sunday celebration of Jesus through singing songs, studying the word of God, saying prayers and taking communion. We invite you to join us!
Worship is the ceaseless action of all humanity. For better or worse we all pour ourselves out in ceaseless praise and adoration towards created things and ourselves in idolatry or towards Jesus Christ in God glorifying worship.
At Love City we like to think of worship in two ways: gathered, where we gather weekly to learn about Jesus and respond to him together, and scattered, where we spread throughout the greater Cincinnati area to seek God’s glory through the stuff of life.
Our gatherings are focused on proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus from the way we greet our community, the way we hear from God, respond in communion, giving, praising, and to the way we are sent out with purpose. We welcome you to come participate as we declare how Jesus has paid in full our debt of sin to God.
What to expect
Knowing that Jesus has truly paid it all for us probably makes us a little more relaxed at Love City. So our worship environment is casual. We will sing some songs, hear a sermon about Jesus and the Bible, and say a few prayers. That’s about it! We welcome all people to join with us in our Sunday celebration of Jesus.
Love City music is upbeat, gospel centered, and always about Jesus. God has blessed us with talented musicians who love Jesus and serve his church through original music and fresh takes on old hymns. But more than just entertainment, our music is part of the way in which we prepare our hearts and minds to hear the word and to respond to that word. All in all, the atmosphere is casual, reflective, and open to all.
Why Sunday Nights?
Why do we meet on Sunday nights?
We meet on Sunday nights because we currently share a facility with Grace United Methodist. They meet in the mornings and we meet in the evenings.
Why Do we share a building?
There are a couple reasons. The first is that both ministries are able to spend less on facility costs and more on things like outreach and missions. The second is that it communicates something powerful to our community when two churches with different approaches to ministry can work together for the Kingdom of God. We don’t know how long the Lord will have us partnered in this way, but we are very thankful for Grace and their commitment to unity for the sake of the Gospel.