Union Baptist



We are a people on the move for Christ since our chartering date of July 21, 1831. Union Baptist is totally committed to Jesus Christ, His Word, and people, and we want you to experience this reality throughout the ministries of our church!

Now go ahead and take some time to browse around this site and return often to our site. We will be adding more information and features in the days and weeks ahead.

 If you are exploring our website because you are planning a trip to Cincinnati or are moving here and searching for a church home, please email or call us if we can assist you in anyway. We would love to extend to you the hand of Christian fellowship.

Union Baptist Church of Cincinnati is all about compassion, “Love in Action!” Whether you attend regularly or are our guest, we want you to experience the wonderful Love of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!

 A Message for Today’s Meditation Especially for You… 


“Because You are my helper; I will rejoice in the shadow of Your wings” (Psalm 63:7)

Guarded by Omnipotence, the chosen of the Lord are always safe; for as they dwell in the holy place, hard by the mercy-seat, where the blood was sprinkled of old, the pillar of fire by night, the pillar of cloud by day, which ever hangs over the sanctuary, covers them also. The shadow of a rock is remarkably cooling, and so was the Lord Jesus eminently comforting to us. The shadow of a rock is more dense, more complete, and more cool than any other shade; and so the peace which Jesus gives passeth all understanding, there is none like it. No chance beam darts through the rock-shade, nor can the heat penetrate as it will do in a measure through the foliage of a forest. Jesus is a complete shelter, and blessed are they who are “under His shadow”. Let them take care that they abide there, and never venture forth to answer for themselves, or to brave the accusations of Satan. As with sin, so with sorrow of every sort: the Lord is the Rock of our refuge. No sun shall smite us, nor, any heat, because we are never out of Christ. The saints know where to fly, and they use their privilege.

Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892)