what to expect

We have two in-person Sunday services at 9:30 AM and 11:00 AM. You can also join us for Lunchtime Live, every Monday at 12:00 PM, an interactive rebroadcast of Sunday’s sermon on our website, YouTube, or Facebook pages.


You will find Every Nation Cincinnati located in Clifton off Clifton Ave directly across from the Clifton School (formerly the Clifton Cultural Arts Center).


If you are new with us, the parking lot directly attached to our building is just for you! Look for the Every Nation Cincinnati parking signs and our friendly greeters to help you as you arrive.

General parking is on McAlpin or Woolper Ave or in the Clifton Recreation Center or Fairview German Language School parking lots. We reserve the lot directly attached to our building for accessible parking and first time guests. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask one of our greeters.


Every Nation Kids is the children’s ministry of Every Nation Cincinnati Church. We create fun, welcoming, and safe environments for kids to get to know God and grow in their faith. Everyone from birth through fifth grade is invited!

Click below to find out what’s going on in Every Nation Kids and access our online resources for kids!


Every Nation Youth is the middle school and high school ministry of Every Nation Cincinnati Church. It’s a place for sixth through twelfth graders to be challenged and encouraged to grow a real relationship with Jesus Christ and experience authentic community with others their age.

Click below to find out what’s going on in Every Nation Youth and access our online resources for teens!

Frequently asked questions


Every Nation Cincinnati is a Christian church, part of a denomination called Every Nation. Our services are open to anyone regardless of what they believe. For a more detailed look into what we believe, check out our beliefs page.


We partake in communion on the first Sunday of every month. There are also other special Sundays throughout the course of the year on which we partake in the elements. This happens collectively during our worship service when our ushers pass out cups that include grape juice and a wafer. At the end of every service, we have faithful men and women at the front of the worship center who are ready and willing to stand with you in prayer. Please, do not hesitate to ask someone to pray with you!


As a first-time guest, we do not expect you to give to our church. It is appreciated but not expected. All gifts given to Every Nation Cincinnati are tax-deductible because we are a non-profit organization. We use these funds to run the church and reach the city of Cincinnati and beyond with the Gospel.


Acts 2:38 says “Repent and be baptized, every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins. And you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.” We believe that being baptized is an outward expression of an inward transformation that has already taken place through your personal choice to accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. The act of being submerged in water symbolizes your choice to lay to rest your old life and re-emerge from the water as a new believer in Christ free from your past sins. In the same way that a wedding, baby dedication, or graduation is meant to be witnessed and celebrated by family and friends, being baptized is a declaration of your faith and a request from everyone who witnesses this moment to help you walk it out.

Here at Every Nation Cincinnati we love it when a family is blessed with a new baby. We firmly believe that one of the greatest revelations we can have as parents is when we acknowledge that children are a gift from God. In these joyful moments, we have the privilege of walking with parents as they express their full appreciation to God through baby dedications. Dedicating a child acknowledges God’s sovereignty not only over the child, but also Mom and Dad. Parents present their child before God and His people asking for grace and wisdom in carrying out their responsibilities. Parents also come praying that their child might one day accept Jesus Christ as Savior for the forgiveness of sin.


Worship is, first and foremost, a lifestyle. We worship on Sunday mornings through prayer, music, giving, and the Word. Our style of music is diverse, which includes a combination of gospel, contemporary Christian music, and Every Nation Music, our global community of songwriters.


In the event that service should be canceled because of inclimate weather, check our home page on our website and social media accounts for information. To receive direct text messages with updates, text “ENCINCY” to 94000.


While we recognize many churches have a membership process, at Every Nation Cincinnati Church we don't have members. Those who are rooted in our church support the work of the Lord and our mission in the following areas:
  • Time. They make church attendance a priority in their lives with faithful attendance whenever possible.
  • Talent. They use their spiritual gifts and talents, serving regularly within the church.
  • Treasure. They support Every Nation Cincinnati Church on a financial basis with a tithe, a tenth of all their increase.
Check out our Ways to Serve link for more info on how you can get involved!

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