Sunday nights at Ebenezer is a time of discipleship training and Bible studies for all age groups. Each Sunday beginning at at 5:30 p.m, several Sunday night adult group studies are being offered.
Kelly Wolfe is leading a men’s study entitled “Act Like Men’. This study invites men to embrace God’s definition of masculinity and to step into His calling upon their lives to wield their strength on behalf of others. 
Jim Martin is leading a video series titled “Read Scripture”. This series gives an overview of each book of the Bible through illustrations. A discussion time will follow each video session.
Catrina Hubbard is leading a ladies’ study “Healing Damaged Emotions”. This study will help participants name hurdles in their lives such as guilt, poor self-worth, and perfectionism and show how to find freedom from pain and enjoy the abundant life God offers.
Our children’s ministry, Kids Connection, Youth 90, and 180 also take place.
Sunday Nights at Ebenezer is a great way to grow in your walk with the Lord.



Mark your calendar for the following Men’s Ministry events:

– The next Monthly Men’s Breakfast will Saturday, May 5 at the Main Campus at 7:30 a.m.
– The next Out of the Boat meetings will be Thursday, April 26. This meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. at the Stagecoach Conference Center, 225 East Main Street, Logan. All men are invited join us for fellowship, worship, and to hear from guest speakers.



Sunday April 29, during our 8:15 and 11:00 a.m. worship services, we will be honoring all first responders during both services. We are committed to honoring those who serve and protect us on a daily basis. We want those who serve and attend to know they are appreciated, loved and lifted up in prayer.
The church will provide coffee and donuts for everyone and a special gift of appreciation for all our first responders.
  We invite all first responders to attend this special day of recognition.




With colder weather coming the need increases for clothing and personal items. The Homeless Ministry is in need of new or gently used coats. Other items needed include hats, gloves, sleeping bags, small propane tanks, and flashlights. Donations can be dropped off at our collection basket at our church’s collection center located just inside the front door. You can also give your donations to Brenda Snyder and get more information about helping with the Homeless Ministry.
Our church’s Homeless Ministry partners with the Jordan Rieser Legacy Foundation/Help For Our Friends in Columbus. We also work with our Hocking County homeless shelter and Integrated Services to assist the those who are homeless in our area.
The mission of Ebenezer Baptist Church is to reach the 97,000 people within the 15 mile radius of our church, as well as our region, nation, and world with the gospel of Jesus Christ.
To accomplish this, our church continue to evaluate how to best use our facilities.
Our church has seen steady growth since moving into the new church in 2008. With that growth, we have come to the place where we need to expand our facilities. After much prayer and planning, we have embarked on the Legacy of Hope stewardship campaign.
The Legacy of Hope stewardship campaign will enable our church to open new doors of ministry. We will be to broaden ministries, enhance worship, discipleship, and outreach.
The next phase in this process includes a total of 16,300 square foot expansion and renovation. The estimated cost is $1.8 million. This cost is dependent upon Builders for Christ assistance and the degree in which the project is finished and ready for occupancy.
The Heritage Center will undergo a complete interior renovation and be used as a youth center. Construction of five Sunday school classes on the side of the Main Campus and renovation of the current children’s wing will give our church a total of 13 adult classrooms at the Main Campus. Construction of a safe and secure 9,300 square foot children’s facility will help us continue to help train up the children who attend Ebenezer. An internal Sanctuary and platform expansion will increase capacity to 425. Renovations will also double our gathering space.
Learn more about the building/renovation project and the capital stewardship campaign at our special web site www.ebenzerlegacy.com.
The-Persecuted-Church_std_t Our youth have embarked on a project to send Bibles to people in countries that restrict the Christian faith. The youth are currently collecting money to purchase Bibles. Donations will be sent to Voice of the Martyrs who will deliver Bibles to countries that have banned the ownership of Bibles.
Commitment cards are available at the Welcome Center. Donations Bibles are $6 each. This is an ongoing project. According to the group Voice of the Martyrs, over 191,000 Christians in restricted countries are asking for Bibles. We can help make owning a Bible a reality.