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Church News

  • Church briefs

    Hebron Baptist Church

    Homecoming is planned

    Sept. 30 through Oct. 2

    Hebron Baptist Church will mark homecoming Sept. 30 through Oct. 2.

    Meetings on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 will be nightly at 6 p.m.

    On Sept. 30, Bro. Dallas Daniels will bring the message. Bro. Wesley Shepherd will speak on Oct. 1.

    Bro. David Buhars will lead the service beginning at 10 a.m. Oct. 2. A potluck lunch, bring a dish, share a dish, will follow.

    The church is located at 340 Main Street in Salvisa.

    Lawrenceburg United

  • He died for us, we must live for him

    If you pose the question to anyone that you meet, “When you die, where will you spend eternity?” Almost without exception the answer will come, “in heaven.” But if you press the issue to ask, by what evidence you make that assertion, it frequently will start to fall apart. You see most men, when they die, would choose to go to heaven, they just don’t want a Holy, righteous, just, God to be there.

  • LUMC’s diaper misson fills a need in the community

    What is one necessity for all new families?

    Diapers.

    Seeing this need, Lawrenceburg United Methodist Church has launched a diaper ministry, doling out diapers of all sizes and baby wipes to Anderson County residents.

    “I thought of this ministry a couple of years ago,” said Holly Hawkins, who along with Emily Spurlock is spearheading the effort. “They do something similar in Lexington.”

  • Church briefs

    Overland Church

    of Christ

    Gospel meeting set

    Sept. 18 through 23

    Overland Church of Christ will host a gospel meeting Sept. 18 through 23.

    Sept. 19 through 23 meetings will be at 7 p.m.

    The public is welcome. Bring a Bible and a friend.

    Steve Niemeier will be the speaker.

    The church is located at 1241 Bypass 127, Lawrenceburg.

    St. Lawrence

    Catholic Church

    RCIA to be held on

    Wednesday evenings

  • When hope triumphs sin is defeated

    If any individual is sitting in his doctor’s office, and the doctor explains, “You have a fatal illness that if left untreated will surely take you life,” we will all sit up and take notice. If the doctor continues by explaining that there is a new drug that has had a remarkable result in curing people that have your same fatal diagnosis, I expect that you would say “let me have it,” regardless of whatever it may cost. Yet we are all so very careless in our response to so great a savior in the person of Jesus Christ.

  • Church briefs

    Sand Spring

    Baptist Church

    Discovery class scheduled

    A class for new members, Discovery class, is slated to start at 10 a.m. Sept. 18.

    The class, which takes place during the Sunday school hour, lasts 13 weeks. Participants will learn about the church, its beliefs and the ministries offered at Sand Spring Baptist.

    This is a good opportunity to meet members and ask questions.

    Participants will also be given a new Bible, a book about Baptist beliefs, and a notebook about the ministries at Sand Spring.

  • 40th anniversary of Van Buren Baptist Church is Sept. 25
  • How great is our God?

    Do you ever try to imagine the magnitude, the holiness of God? I do, and I find it to be very difficult. The finite, us, stuck in 24/7, 365 days a year, trying to imagine the incomprehensible, eternal God. My mind usually wanders to the words from “How Great Thou Art.” That’s about as close as I come.

  • Church briefs

    Sand Spring

    Baptist Church

    Christmas choir

    kickoff is Sept. 7

    The annual Christmas Party preview is planned for 7:45 p.m. Sept. 7.

    All new choir members are welcome.

    New members’ meal

    set Sept. 11.

    All new members of Sand Spring Baptist Church are invited to a new members’ meal following the second service on Sept. 11.

    This will be a time of fellowship for those in the church family.

    The signup list is located in the atrium of the church.

  • Church briefs

    Sand Spring Baptist Church

    First responder

    appreciation day Sept. 11

    Sand Spring Baptist Church will host a first responder appreciation day at the 11 a.m. service Sept. 11.

    The church will honor all EMS, police, firefighters, etc. and present them with a special gift.

    New members’ meal

    set Sept. 11.

    All new members of Sand Spring Baptist Church are invited to a new members’ meal following the second service on Sept. 11.

    This will be a time of fellowship for those in the church family.