Center Hill (Northside)

6381 Center Hill Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45224

Corps Officers:

Majors Herb and Angie Carter


Sunday Worship:

10 AM Sunday School
11 AM Worship Service

Zip Codes Served:

45215, 45216, 45217, 45218, 45223, 45224, 45231, 45232, 45239, 45240, 45241, 45246, 45251

Communities Served:

Bevis, Colerain, College Hill, Elmwood Place, Evendale, Finneytown, Forest Park, Green Hills, Montgomery, Hartwell, Lincoln Heights,
Maineville, Mason, Mt. Airy, Mt. Healthy, North College, Northgate, St. Bernard, Tri-County, Winton Woods, Woodlawn, Wyoming.


Programs & Services:

Each Salvation Army Corps offers Family Services, Youth Development Programs, Housing Services, Emergency Disaster Relief Services.
Below are additional programs that are offered through the Center Hill Corps.


Booth Residence 

The Booth Residence is an assisted housing facility that provides safe and comfortable living conditions at moderate costs for senior citizens
and those with physical handicaps or mobility impairments. It is designed to provide safe and comfortable living conditions to seniors or
those with impairments at a moderate cost. The building, which is primarily funded by HUD, has 150 apartments. In addition to daily activities
and a community library offered to residents, meals are also available for residents


Catherine Booth Residences

The Catherine Booth Residence is made up of two three-story buildings located in the beautiful 40-acre Center Hill Campus located in North
College Hill.  Like the Booth Residence, the Catherine Booth Residence has one-bedroom and handicap apartments.

The Catherine Booth Residence is a non-smoking facility, which offers a safe environment with a variety of support services, including:

​Service coordination
Health services
Transportation services
Education and employment opportunities
Volunteer opportunities
Life enrichment
Socialization and recreation
Spiritual services


Youth Activities 
(Grades K-8)

The Community Care Ministries is a visitation program that connects Salvation Army officers and volunteers to those with special needs,
physical impairments or the aging. Year-round, officers and volunteers visit individuals in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky nursing homes,
hospitals, assisted living buildings, private residences, and correctional facilities. Special visitations are held during Christmas and Easter
holidays to provide gifts along with physical and spiritual support.


Sunday Worship

10 am: Sunday School
11 am: Worship Service