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Movement

MOVEMENT CHURCH

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WHO WE ARE

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Movement Church is a new church in Northern Kentucky, particularly Campbell County. We are connecting with the communities surrounding Northern Kentucky University, and the campus itself.

 

Mission & Values

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Inviting people to join the mission of God is all about engagement. As a community, we want to send mission-minded people into their own context.

Blog

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Some Places to Start

11-Nov / 0 COMMENTS

First of all welcome! We are so excited about this new church in Northern Kentucky. We realize there is a good chance that your first interaction with Movement Church is this site. To make it a little easier to figure us out we wanted to put some of our basic ...

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How Are You #4NKY

22-Sep / 0 COMMENTS

  Saturday we will be at the Merchants and Music Festival at Tower Park in Fort Thomas and we need your participation to pull something off.   See we think that Northern Kentucky is pretty great. Typically churches are known for what they are against and not for what they ...

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Church in the Park Recap

22-Sep / 0 COMMENTS

Sunday was awesome. We’ve had a lot of those lately, but something about meeting outside made it even better.   Thanks to all of you who came out and sorry for running out of food! With a staff full of former youth pastors I’m embarrassed that our ordering pizza game ...

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Church in the Park

16-Sep / 0 COMMENTS

Sunday as we continue our #4NKY series we will be discussing how God is for the outsider. So it is fitting that we will be outside of our typical space that we meet.   To be for the community of Northern Kentucky we have to be in the community of ...

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We are for NKY

03-Sep / 0 COMMENTS

Churches have a PR issue, to put it lightly.   When I first moved to NKY and I began talking to people about Movement it was depressing how many bad church stories I heard. Everybody has them.   For all the frustration with churches (or should I say people in ...

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