services DURING covid-19

We need to be in continual prayer for the folks directly affected with the Covid-19 virus, as well as our political and policy leaders, as they navigate these uncertain and unprecedented times.

In order to do our part to contain the spread of this virus, we will be having drive-in services.  Please arrive around 10:15 and our service will start at 10:30.  You'll listen to the service via your FM radio in your car tuned to 88.1.   A service packet and bulletin can be found here.

For those that may not have email, please help us notify those folks with a telephone call. While you have them on the telephone, please always ask if there is anything they need. For anybody that has needs, please let your deacon know and Grand Heights will help in any possible way.

For those who are unable to attend and liking their normal Sunday morning routine – we would encourage folks to hit this link:

This is a five-week on-line Bible Study offered by Max Lucado. The topic – ‘Anxious For Nothing’ is so appropriate for our current situation. This study of Philippians 4:4-8 speaks directly to uncertain times – but our God “transcends all understanding.” You can go through the five sessions on your schedule, as well review/repeat sessions as you would like.

Giving your Offerings

You can use your bank's Bill Pay or send a check in the mail to Grand Heights Baptist Church, 1611 Armstrong Rd, Fairborn, OH 45324.  If you use your bank,  Grand Heights Baptist Church might be visible in a list of "vendors" accepting payment.  Please make sure the address is ours.  Finally, please don't mail cash.  If you're asked for an account number, just enter your last name.  We don't have an account number for each member.

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Our Story

Our church story begins in 1965 when our sister church, Washington Heights Baptist Church saw an old, unoccupied church building on Grand Avenue in Fairborn.  In 1966, Grand Avenue Baptist Church was organized and moved into that building.

The church spent twenty-nine years in that historical building.  The church outgrew the building in 1989 and purchased the land where the church now sets on Armstrong Road.  With the new location, the church took on a new name commemorating its past while looking to the future.

We understand that the church is much more than a building.  It consists of people. It is a family that exists to glorify God, reaching others for Christ, and building up Christians in their faith.

As we look to the future, we are excited to see God continue to work as He makes us His kind of church.  We look forward to greater growth and ministry as we help people grow in their relationship with Christ as explained in His Word.