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Xenos Christian Fellowship

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1340 Community Park Dr, Columbus, OH 43229

(614) 823-6500

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Today: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
38
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General Info
Xenos Christian Fellowship is a culturally relevant, non-traditional and non-denominational church with mainstream biblical doctrines. We develop community through home groups led by volunteers. Xenos is known for its equipping ministries which develop Christian workers and leaders. Our Multimedia Bible teachings, class materials, and essays are excellent resources to browse and download at no charge. We also offer books and other resources from several Xenos leaders.
Hours
Regular Hours
Mon - Fri:
Payment method
amex, discover, master card, visa
Neighborhood
Northgate
Categories
Christian Churches, Anglican Churches, Baptist Churches, Church of the Nazarene, Churches & Places of Worship, Eastern Orthodox Churches, Episcopal Churches, Interdenominational Churches, Lutheran Churches, Methodist Churches, Non-Denominational Churches, Pentecostal Churches, Presbyterian Churches, Religious Organizations, United Church of Christ
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Disciple2000

01/20/2008

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Overall
Awesome Bible teaching, strong on grace, loaded with home groups

Xenos is a big group of over 5000, but feels intimate because people there go to home churches. They have over 270 home churches all over town, and almost everyone in the group goes to one. Public teaching is quality at their big facility right on a freeway exit, or on campus at Ohio State at the corner of 4th St. and 18th.
Xenos is theologically conservative and Bible-believing. But they are not aligned with conservative political groups and have a more alternative feel.