Paramount Church

  • Rush Witt
  • Preacher/SpeakerRush Witt
  • Sermon SeriesEaster Service
  • Sermon TitleEaster - The Story of Two Adams and Their People
  • Scripture Reference1 Corinthians 15:20-22

Service Time(s)

Sunday ABF/YBF: 9:15 am
Sunday Worship Service: 10:30 am
Community Groups Meet During the Week

Our Location

211 N. Merkle Road
Bexley, Ohio 43209

The Gospel is Paramount

Welcome to Paramount Church! We hope you are encouraged and strenghtened in your faith today! We desire to be fervently praying church. May the Lord carry us another step forward today.

Pastors Rush, Kevin, and Isaac Pastors Rush, Kevin, and Isaac

Children Ministry


Thank you to all that serve in the Children's Ministry. To know when you are scheduled next, check out the Children's Ministry, Click here for the schedule.

Ladies Bible Study


Ladies, join us each Sunday from 4-6 pm as we go through "Idols of the Heart" by Elyse Fitzpatrick.

CG Questions 03.31

CG Questions

1. How does reflecting on the consequences of our sin, help us value the message of Easter?
2. In what ways can we fix our eyes on Jesus, especially during this Easter season, to deepen our gratitude for His sacrifice and embrace the hope of His resurrection?
3. Considering the imagery of Christ as a Tower of Refuge amidst a graveyard, how can we more consistently give gospel invitations to those around us who are still lost or unaware of the rescue available in Christ?

Prayers and Praises

Pray for the Nations


Mosuo People of SW China
56,000 people, Buddhist with Tibetan influence, 5% Christian
The Mosuo people continue to operate out of a matriarchial society where all women are in charge.  Their people group has not been recognized by the Chinese government and is instead considered part of the Naxi people, which Mosuo's despise since they are vastly different in language, religion, & culture. 
There is currently no written language among the Mosuo, therefore the Bible can only be communicated by oral storytelling.  Pray for the small number of growing believers among them, that they would not give up meeting together (Heb 10:25) and boldly proclaim to their neighbors.