Rolling Hills Baptist Church, Fairfield OH, Joins National Campaign “Find It Here” Gearing up for Easter Holiday

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Rolling Hills Baptist Church joins hundreds of churches nationwide in offering a toll-free number for comfort, prayer and support which coordinates with an Easter campaign of commercials, billboards and radio announcements.

Our church body is dedicated to introducing young families to our church, which offers hope, peace and Christ.

Rolling Hills Baptist Church announced this week that they would take part in a nation-wide media campaign offering those seeking spiritual guidance a way to contact caring individuals to pray with them, talk to them or listen to their concerns, 24-hours a day, seven days a week.

The national program, sponsored by the Southern Baptist Convention, is committing $50,000 to the Cincinnati area in media to support the campaign. Rolling Hills Baptist Church will be launching their own campaign to reach the Fairfield residents. After just completing a major update of their facilities, the church has seen a substantial increase in families with children.

Pastor Danny Rollins says, “The median age of the community is a thirty-something husband and wife with 2.3 children. Our church body is dedicated to introducing young families to our church, which offers hope, peace and Christ. We firmly believe that we have exactly what they are seeking.”

Yard signs, commercials and a door-to-door distribution of information on the program will begin in mid-March.

In addition to taking part in the national campaign, Rolling Hills Baptist Church will be hosting an Easter Eggstravaganza for children ages 4 through 6th grades. A guest illusionist, John Louis, will entertain the children in two services, one at 9:30 a.m. and the second one at 11:00, each followed by an Easter Egg Hunt on the church grounds. A third worship service will also be added on Easter beginning at 8 a.m. While the nursery will be available for all services, Children’s Church will only take place during the 9:30 and 11 a.m. time slots.

“By offering something for the whole family, we introduce the community to a way of life which contributes to their overall well-being and security. Church provides a rock for a family on which to cling. Christ in their lives will impact them forever,” Danny Rollins said.

For more information on this campaign, contact the church office or go to the national web site at http://www.rhbaptist.org or http://www.findithere.com

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