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    In the early 19th century, people poured into Cincinnati. Most people came for one reason—the Ohio River and all it brought to the new community. Arriving on brand new paddle wheelers after the War of 1812, its early arrivals made it a place-to-be at the time. Read more >> 

    City Coordinator: Dennis Holmes

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    Find out more about how you and your church can be a part of penetrating lostness in Cincinnati during a Catch the Vision Tour. 

    Sept. 17-19, 2014
    Info/Registration: Dennis Holmes 

  • Fast Facts

     Cincinnati Fast Facts 
    Population in Cincinnati
    1.63 million people live in the
    metro Cincinnati are.
    SBC Church-Population Ratio
    There is one Southern Baptist Convention church for every 10,861
    metro Cincinnati residents.
    Ethnic Diversity
    (78.2 percent Anglo, 15 percent African American, 2.4 percent Hispanic, 2.4 percent Asian/Pacific Islander)  

    Sources: U.S. Census Bureau, SBC Annual Church Profile, 2010 U.S. Religion Census: Religious Congregation & Membership Study
    Statistics are for the Send North America: Cincinnati focus area. Compiled by the NAMB Center for Missional Research.