About Atonement BP Mission
Church Website: Atonementbpc.org
Population of Milford,OH:
6,709 (2010 census)
Milford is considered a city in Greater Cincinnati, OH. Population of Cincinnati:
Elevation of Cincinnati, OH::
192 m over sea level
Race (Milford): (2010 Census)
94.6% - White
2.3% - African American
0.1%- Native American
0.8% - Asian
0.4% - Other races
36.7% of people in Milford are religious.
16.2% - Catholic
8.5% - Other Christian faith
5.2% - Methodist
3.9% - Baptist
1.7% - Pentecostal
0.3% - Presbyterian
Information taken from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milford,_Ohio, https://www.bestplaces.net/religion/city/ohio/milford, or www.worldatlas.com.
Elder Jason Waeber: Atonement BP Mission
Jason is a church planter seeking to serve the Lord in Milford, Ohio. He is a seminary student at Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando, and a third-generation elder at Grace BPC with a deep burden to see the American church return to faithful, biblical, historical Christianity. He holds firmly to the inerrancy of Scripture, the virgin birth, sinless life, satisfactory death, and physical resurrection of Jesus Christ, justification by faith alone, and the other doctrines of historic, Reformed orthodoxy as defined in the Westminster Confession of Faith.
Family worship also has seen a revival in the church, and Jason has come to see the necessity of family worship as the gateway to a vital observance of true Christian practice which extends beyond the sanctuary into the lives and homes of our congregations. He is driven by a desire to live and articulate a full view of the Christian life in which the daily rhythms of devotion, prayer, family worship, and biblical hospitality define the church and position its members to transform their neighborhoods as well.
- The new core group we have, that we would all get to know and build a genuine affection for each other.
- The church plant to find a place for Sunday worship closer to where people in the group live.
- My floor exam for ordination in early November.
- The transition to resuming Sunday services in November to go smoothly.