History

History

The Kettering Church of Christ was formed by a group of Christians who were attending various congregations of the Lord's church within the Dayton area. In the mid 1960's they saw a need for a congregation to meet in Kettering, to serve this neighborhood. The present building at 4600 Bigger Road was completed and worship services were begun here in 1968.

The church in Kettering originally met at the SW corner of Marshall and Stroop roads. A residence was purchased at the corner of Woodman and Patricia Drive, and it was converted into a place for worship. Before the renovation was completed, however, it was determined that the facility was too small to meet the needs of the Kettering congregation. At that time, land was purchased on Bigger Road to build a facility for the Kettering church. The facility was designed to meet the needs of the church for worship and various study programs. This location remains as the current facility of the church today even though it has gone through several construction and remodeling projects.

The members of the Kettering Church are a friendly, caring group of people who are genuinely interested in the saving of souls. Our goal is to bring people to the Lord and to encourage them to dedicate their lives to serving God.