What To Expect At Anderson Hills Church Salem Campus

Discover what to expect when you visit Anderson Hills Church.  Our Salem campus worship is at 10 AM on the corner of Sutton and Salem Rd. Plan your visit today.

Devoted churchgoer praying with closed eyes and raised hands during a worship service at Anderson Hills Church Salem

Plan Your Visit

We breathed new life into this historic church when we took over in 2021. Our Sunday morning service is modern worship in a Worship Center that is both state-of-the-art and retains its historical beauty. The service includes a time of corporate worship, a message, and opportunities to receive individual prayer after the service.

Children go to their own Sunday morning programs after the service starts. We have a safe and secure environment for kids to have fun and learn lessons from the Bible. Enjoy worship and adult fellowship knowing your kids are in a safe and loving place, likely having some big fun too.

Worship Times

Sunday Morning Worship
10 am in the Worship Center

Sunday Night Prayer Service 
6 pm on 1st and 3rd Sundays in the Worship Center

This is a unique service of seeking the PRESENCE of God as the main focus through prayer,  praise, sharing the word of encouragement as we listen to the Holy Spirit. We also spend time praying for one another for healing and revival. On the third Sunday of the month, we have area ministries bring the teaching, equipping, and healing. Open Heaven Ministry leads several times a year. Find out more at openheavenministries.com.


6137 Salem Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45230
Phone: 513-231-4172

Enter off Salem Rd and park in the back of our main building. There are signs to direct you to the doors where our greeters will give you a warm welcome.

When you arrive, drop by the Guest Services Desk in the Lobby. You'll find helpful folks available to answer your questions and greet you with a cup of coffee.

Salem Ministries

Graphic for Anderson Hills Church's Community Dinner event featuring a bird's-eye view of hands sharing a meal together

Community Dinner

5:30 PM 1st & 3rd Thursdays

We provide a free meal to the community.  In addition to food, the guests are treated to music and fellowship. There is no signup, just show up.

For more information

Logo of Celebrate Recovery at Anderson Hills Church

For adults and Celebration Place for kids

Thursdays 6:45 pm

This is a 12-step Christ-centered program to help adults heal from   hurts, hangups, and habits.  We have a program for children Kindergarten-6th grade. Join anytime!

Contact Tony Morris

Engaged children with an Anderson Hills Church volunteer playing together on the floor during a Sunday school class

After-School Ministry

Being at the corner of Salem and Sutton helps continue and expand our outreach to that area. We have a long history of working alongside the Mt. Washington community. Fall 2023 we launched a new after-school program for students of Mt. Washington School. To volunteer contact Laura Burger

Focused study session with participants reading the Bible together at Anderson Hills Church


Bible Study Sundays 9:15-9:55 am. This group is studying the Bible Reading Plan related to the sermon series. Join anytime. Leader Ed Worland

Community Ministries that meet at Salem

Aglow International

Monthly service, the first Tuesday of every month 6:45 pm

Aglow members reach into their local areas to feed the homeless, minster in jails and prisons, share Bible studies, work with orphans, reach out to juvenile facilities, nursing homes, hospitals, etc.

Learn more

Worship Furnace

Second Tuesday of the  month from 7:00-8:00 AM.   People from all over the city come to this monthly worship time. More info contact SueLee Jin.

Historic black and white photo of an early Anderson Hills Church building
Comfortable modern church interior at Anderson Hills Church Salem Campus with congregation listening to a speaker at the pulpit, with a large cross and scripture projected behind.

Salem History

The Founder. Francis McCormick (1764-1836), who fought under Lafayette at the siege of Yorktown, founded Methodism in the Northwest Territory. His evangelical and pioneer spirit led him from his Virginia birthplace to establish churches in the wilderness, first at Milford, Ohio, then here, at his village of Salem. He rests with his family and followers in the nearby churchyard.

Families of Salem Settlement first held services in Francis McCormick's log home in 1805. A log church was built here in 1810 on land McCormick gave for religious and educational purposes. A new brick church was constructed in 1828. In 1863, the existing church was built, the bricks from the second church being used for the educational building next door.

Fast forward to 2019, Salem Community Church Pastor John Larsen retired. That congregation merged with Anderson Hills. The building was remodeled and reopened in September of 2021 as Salem at Anderson Hills. We want to be a light to the Mt Washington community providing hope and healing.

Portrait of Dr. SueLee Jin, the campus pastor at Anderson Hills Church, smiling confidently

Dr. SueLee Jin

Salem Campus Pastor

Dr. SueLee Jin has a Bachelor's from Miami University and a Masters of Divinity and Doctorate of Ministry for Randy Clark Scholars from United Theological Seminary. SueLee has a passion for reaching people through the gospel for salvation, healing, and wholeness for individuals and for cultural transformation as she partners with the Holy Spirit. She and her husband, Young, have two grown children and grandkids. SueLee, as well as our other three pastors, take turns bringing the message on Sunday Mornings.

Phone: 513-231-4172