About Our Church
Lincoln Heights Baptist Church is a Southern Baptist Church of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC). We support missions at home and abroad by supporting the cooperative program of the Southern Baptist Convention. More information about the SBC can be found using the link below. You can also find links to the IMB and NAMB websites. IMB and NAMB are the missions branches of the SBC.
We affiliate with the State Convention of Baptist in Ohio (SBCO). The state convention partners with Ohio church to provide support in revitalization, church planting, missions, church strengthening, and many other ministries. Use the link below to view the SCBO website and learn more about our state convention.
At the local level, in north central Ohio, we affiliate with the Buckeye Central Erie Baptist Association (BCEBA). The BCEBA is a partnership of churches working together to share the gospel, fellowship and encourage one another, strengthen churches, and network together for kingdom work. Use the link below to view the BCEBA website and learn all the association is involved in.
Statement of Faith:
As a church, we fully affirm the Baptist Faith and Message as adopted by the SBC in 2000. At LHBC, we firmly believe in the inerrancy, infallibility, and authority of the Bible. While we affirm the Baptist Faith and Message, we allow the scriptures alone to guide the theology, ministry, and work of LHBC. You can follow the link below to read the Baptist Faith and Message 2000 in its entirety.
What to Expect
Where to go:
Our service begins at 11am on Sunday mornings and 7pm on Wednesday evenings. The primary parking lot and entrance are in the back of the building.
What to wear:
We do not observe a dress code. Most members and attenders dress business casual to casual. Feel free to dress casual or Sunday best.
Our pastor preaches from the ESV. However, we encourage you to bring your preferred translation of the Bible with you to church.
We observe a blended style of worship. We sing a combination of hymns, chorus songs, and contemporary hymnody.