Come and celebrate Christ’s resurrection with us at Turningpoint Church!
Our service begins at 10:45am. We are located in West Chester, Ohio just across the railroad tracks from the intersection of Tylersville Road and Cincinnati-Dayton Road. To view a map of our location, visit the Location and Time page.
Come as you are.
There is no dress code for worship. When you come to our service, expect to see people wearing anything from blue jeans & a T-shirt to a suit and tie. Outside of the sanctuary, you can grab a hot cup of coffee. Feel free to bring your coffee into the sanctuary while worshipping and listening to the teaching.
Got Kids? No problem. Show up a bit early and drop them off downstairs at KidzPoint. Through singing songs and listening to a short teaching, your kids will learn a lot and have plenty to share! Our KidzPoint team ensures your child’s safety by giving each parent/child a matching sticker. Learn more on our Children’s Ministry page.
First time at Turningpoint? Learn more about our church on the What To Expect page.
Check out previous sermons!
Pastor Zach brings a gospel-centered message each and every week. Check out our Sermons page to get a glimpse of our weekly teaching.
As we walk through the deserts in our lives, God affords us great opportunity for depth and development in our faith. It’s often in these times of difficulty that God speaks the loudest, but will we listen? If we do listen, will we respond? Will our response be action? Join us this morning as Pastor Nick Dyson walks us through the desert as we celebrate God’s great work as students share how they have listened, responded and acted upon encountering God.
So we’ve been following Jesus from birth, throughout His ministry and now as He enters into Jerusalem during Passover. Notice the crescendo as it builds from the silent night surrounding His birth to the chaotic celebration of Jerusalem during Passover. So why does Jesus cry? Seems out of place, right? Listen up as we dive into Luke 19.
Throughout Scripture, we see Jesus regularly address the Kingdom of God; what it is; when it’s coming and how you get it. You also see Jesus address the Kingdom of God’s counterpart; Kingdom of man/me. Join us this morning as we compare and contrast what Jesus says about the Kingdom of ME vs. the Kingdom of HE.
As we follow Jesus, we are called to hold up the light (not be the light, that’s Christs job). We simply hold up the atoning work of the cross and let it’s illuminating love cast out darkness and bring peace and restoration between us and God. What’s that look like? How are we to do this? Listen up.