About Us

Thank you for visiting our web site. It’s a joy to share with you about Berean and about the Lord Jesus Christ.

Because of God’s amazing grace, Berean has a genuine passion for Jesus Christ and desires to exalt Him. We seek to magnify Him by our worship, our emphasis on God’s word in our preaching, teaching, evangelism, and by devotion to our Savior. God has seen fit to give our church a caring and loving relationship with each other. We desire to edify and encourage each other in the faith. We know that we are sinners saved by grace and offer the free gift of salvation in Jesus Christ to all those who are interested in forgiveness in Him.

We gladly invite you to visit Berean and experience the ministry that God has allowed us to have here in the Pickerington area. We are excited by what God is doing in our church and the privilege of being used by God. We moved into our new addition on Easter morning (2010) and rejoice in the good things God is doing for us. Our programs for young people are designed to teach them God’s word as well as have fun. We hope that you will check out our site and our resources. We hope that you will download a sermon. We would consider it a pleasure if you would come visit us. If you have a question we encourage you to contact us by email or phone.

Eric Cuenin, Pastor

Some people ask, “Why the name, ‘Berean?'”

It is from the 17th chapter of Acts where we derive our name. Act 17:10-11 ESV The brothers immediately sent Paul and Silas away by night to Berea, and when they arrived they went into the Jewish synagogue. (11) Now these Jews were more noble than those in Thessalonica; they received the word with all eagerness, examining the Scriptures daily to see if these things were so.

It is our goal to be noble, not of our own strength, by God’s grace, by searching the scripture. This starts with our pastor’s commitment to expositional preaching down to each member’s commitment to personal scripture study and into our classrooms where our children learn to think biblically and form their worldview from the presupposition of scriptural authority and infallibility.

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