ABOUT US

WHO WE ARE

Why We Exist

We believe that Bridge of Hope Church exists to connect people with Jesus Christ and to one another.

Our Vision

REACH

People from all walks of life. This means no matter who you are, you’re welcome at Bridge of Hope Church.

 

RESTORE

People for God’s purpose. God has a plan for you - and we want to help you discover it.

 

RELEASE

People to make a difference. We want you to get connected and make a positive impact on someone’s life.

 

Our Values

ACCEPTANCE

We lovingly welcome people from all walks of life.

“Therefore, accept each other just as Christ has accepted you so that God will be given glory.” Romans 15:7 (NLT)


TRUTH

We communicate Biblical truth without compromise. 

“Love should always make us tell the truth. Then we will grow in every way and be more like Christ, the head.” Ephesians 4:15 (CEV)


DEPENDABILITY

We are committed to ministry through accountability.

“But whoever keeps His word, truly the love of God is perfected in him. By this we know that we are in Him.” 1 John 2:5 (NKJV)


EXCELLENCE

We willingly and enthusiastically give our maximum effort in all we do.

“And don’t just do the minimum that will get you by. Do your best. Work from the heart for your real Master, for God…” Colossinas 3:23 (MSG)

OUR HISTORY

Previously known as Central Parkway Ministries, our nearly 100 year old congregation was getting older and at risk of becoming a dying church. But in 2012, Pastor Dallas and Holly Howard answered God's call to move from their successful Georgia church and take on the challenge of turning a near century old church and making it younger for the sake of reaching the lost. Once an inward seeking church, the Howards brought new life and passion- reaching out to those around us. We eventually changed our name from Central Parkway Ministries to Bridge of Hope Church, where we believe that we exist to become a bridge to others- connecting people to Jesus Christ and to each other. Soon, we were ready to move out of downtown Cincinnati and in to the suburbs to start afresh. For three years we have become a portable church, meeting in a small movie theatre called the Kenwood Theatre. Since July 2020, we are currently meeting out of Church on Fire in Harrison, Ohio.