Who We Are

For Generations, For Generations to Come

For generations, believers at Corinth have been passionately following Jesus.

And for generations to come, we will continue to passionately follow Him.


 We are a people who love Jesus,

enjoy meeting together

and sharing life together

and love serving our community. 


Our mission is to lead generations to passionately follow Jesus.


We are a family at Corinth; we are a home for every generation. It’s fairly common here to discover three and four generations all worshipping under the same roof - children, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents. 

On Sunday mornings, we offer four worship services - one traditional gathering at 8:30am in our sanctuary and two contemporary gatherings at 9:30, and 11:00 in our auditorium. Learn more about our worship times and services here

Corinth Christian Church was founded in 1861 when a few families began meeting together and dreamed about starting a church together. In 1864, these believers constructed the first building on Corinth’s campus. Over 150 years later, that building (today we call it Founder’s Hall) still stands as a testimony to their faith and commitment. Since those early days, Corinth has continued to grow and be a home for those passionately following Jesus. Read more on our history here




  • Corinth is a non-denominational church that strives to pattern itself after the church revealed in the New Testament. We are an independent church, free from any outside denomination control. We want to be faithful to the Great Commission and the preaching and teaching of the Word of God. We call people to faith in Jesus – a faith that responds to his commands to repent, confess our sins, be immersed into Him and to follow Him.


  • A nursery is provided to love on your little ones (newborn-age 2) during all worship experiences and midweek programs.
  • Children's Worship Experiences are celebrations designed to create an encounter with God's love in an exciting, high-energy format. These include Wee Worship (ages 2-K5) and Youth Church (grades 1-6). Worship programs are offered at 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. Sunday mornings.
  • Children's Sunday School provides children (age 2-grade 6) a place for age-appropriate Bible learning and spiritual development, offered at 9:30 a.m. and 11:00 Sunday mornings year 'round.
  • Contact Jenni Carnes (Early Childhood Director) or Melissa Miller (Elementary Minister) for more information
  • High School meets on Sundays at 9:30 and Middle School meets at 11:00 in the teen room for Bible-based discussion style lessons. Contact Luke Sayre (Youth Minister) for more information.