Paramount Church

  • Rush Witt
  • Preacher/SpeakerRush Witt
  • Sermon SeriesShort and Stout
  • Scripture ReferenceObadiah 15-

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


We are excited to resume our first-hour ministry, including Adult Bible Fellowship and Youth Bible Fellowship. We will begin with a 2-week rotation for ABF and YBF attendance, while observing our COVID precautions. We hope the precautions will ease over the next few months, allowing us to resume our usual church-wide ABF/YBF each week. But for now, we will use this 2-week rotation.


This alternating schedule will help us plan for children’s ministry attendance, as well as adult/student attendance. As you are comfortable, please attend on your alternating week (A or B). The same ABF lesson will be taught two weeks in a row, so we all track together in discipleship over the coming months.

Ladies Bible Study


We will meet Sunday afternoons at 4pm, at the church building, beginning March 21. We will study the Book of Jude using a video resource by Jackie Hill Perry.

Copies of the book are available at the church resource table. You can also purchase Jude: Contending for the Faith in Today’s Culture from Amazon here or here.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have questions! And please encourage the ladies of your CG, and invite others to join us.

Monthly Prayer Meeting


On the last Sunday of each month at 7pm, join us as we gather to worship, praise and pray as a community. Your requests are important to us, please send prayer requests to

Partner with us in Ministry

If you desire to partner with us in ministry you can give online through the link here. Giving to our ministry is now easier than ever. You can follow this link and be taken to our giving portal which will go directly to our ministry or you can download the church center app.

CG Questions 4.18

  1. How is the intensely powerful Day of the Lord a comfort to God’s people living in an unjust world?
  2. How does the Day of the Lord factor into your relationship with God? How should it factor in more?
  3. What part should the Day of the Lord play in our evangelism? How can we wisely talk about God’s wrath and judgement while making much of His grace?
Prayers and Praises

175 Days of Prayer: Mongolian Peoples of Outer Mongolia and Russia


Mongolian Peoples of Outer Mongolia and Russia (mon-GOHL-yun) - In December, you were asked to pray for an area that would celebrate Christmas for the first time, and now celebrating the resurrection will be another first for those believers! Pray that God will use this celebration to encourage the believers and to bring others to a saving faith in Jesus. Also, please ask Him to raise up a Mongolian team to work with the Mongolian church planter who has been working by herself in this area since November. God has put faithfulness in her heart to travel each Sunday, one hour each way, to share the gospel and to minister, and the Holy Spirit is drawing people to salvation. Pray that the team God forms will be united in vision to see Him plant a healthy, reproducing church in that community.

175 Days of Prayer: Moroccan Arabs of Morocco


Moroccan Arabs of Morocco (muh-RAH-kan) - As coronavirus restrictions on gathering decrease in Morocco and the need for fellowship increases, believers are planning to get together to celebrate their biggest holiday of the year, Resurrection Sunday. The central part of their faith is Jesus and His sacrificial love for them. Ask God to move local authorities to allow these gatherings to happen and to allow all who desire to attend and observe and learn why the believers celebrate these events to do so. For new believers, it will be their first time to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus. The death of Jesus Himself and His resurrection from the dead are to be recognized and celebrated, as believers who came out of Islam did not believe either of these truths before coming to faith in Jesus. They had claimed that someone else was crucified in His place and that since He didn't die, He couldn't be raised to life again. As believers gather to worship the Risen One, ask for open doors for observation of and participation in giving praise and glory to God. May seekers be drawn to Him through this celebration of selfless love and new life.