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Church News

  • Alton Youth give back
  • Church briefs, 6-15-11

    Homecoming at Pigeon Fork Baptist
    From staff reports
    Pigeon Fork Baptist Church will host its annual homecoming event June 26 at 11 a.m.
    Bro. Ray Cummins will preach and there will be dinner on the grounds.
    Special music will be presented by The Potter’s Clay and The Good Ole Boys at 1:30 p.m.
    Pigeon Creek Baptist Church is located at 5090 Hickory Ridge Road in Waddy.

    Grafenburg Christian hosts VBS

  • Man’s tradition, or the word of God?

    “We’ve never done it that way before.”
    These sometimes seem to be the most popular words in the church today. The temptation to elevate tradition above scripture is one for which we must always remain vigilant. Jesus warned against the Pharisees in Mark 7 who He said, “leave the commandment of God and hold to traditions of men.” (7:8)

  • Church briefs, 6-8-11

    Salt River Baptist plans yard,
    bake sale
    The Salt River Independent Baptist Church will hold a yard sale and bake sale June 11 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
    All proceeds and donations will go toward carpeting the church.
    The church is located across from Wildcat Road in Stringtown, at 1126 Salt River Road, Lawrenceburg.

    Fox Creek Christian hosts VBS
    Fox Creek Christian Church will offer a “Pandamania” vacation Bible school, the church announced.

  • First Baptist welcomes new children's minister

    First Baptist Church of Lawrenceburg is pleased to announce the hiring of its new children’s minister, Bryan Proctor, the church said in a news release.
    Proctor is a resident of Lawrenceburg, where he lives with his wife Stephanie and their two children.
    He currently serves as student pastor of Cedar Grove Baptist Church and is pursing a B.A. in Pastoral Ministry from Clear Creek Bible College.
    Proctor will begin his new role as children’s minister in July.  

  • Churches offering vacation Bible school


    Glensboro Christian Church will host a vacation Bible school June 13 to17 from 6:30 to 8:45 each evening.
    There will be a kick-off Sunday afternoon June 12 from 5:30- 7:30 with a cookout at the church.
    This will be a get acquainted time with games and activities and a pre-registration for those students who plan to attend.
    Classes will be available for nursery through high school. Transportation will be available for all dates and times and can be arranged by contacting Robbie Armstrong at 502-517-6722 or Michael Boggs at 502-598-1877.

  • Farmdale Baptist to celebrate 30th anniversary

    Farmdale Baptist Church will observe its 30th anniversary Sunday, May 22 with a special morning worship service at 10:45, dinner on the grounds and a special celebration service at 2 p.m.
    All those associated with the church in the present or past are invited to join us for this important day of commemoration, according to a news release.
    Former pastor Ross Bauscher (currently with the Kentucky Baptist Convention) will preach in the morning worship service.
    Malcolm Lunceford, former interim pastor at Farmdale, will participate in the afternoon service.

  • Church Briefs, 4-27-11

    Revival scheduled at Mt. Pleasant
    Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church revival starts tonight (Wednesday) with Bro. Robert Simmons, former pastor, as evangelist.
    It will continue through Friday night.
    There will be special singing each night at 6:45. The Calvary Trio will perform Wednesday night; Happy Valley on Thursday night; and Daughters of the King on Friday night.
    For more information call the church at 839-9904 or Ernie Drury at 604-0693.
    Bro. Bobby Chesser is the pastor at Mt. Pleasant and invites everyone to the services.

  • The Bible is a story about a special people

    From the Garden of Eden where the first two human beings lived in constant communion with God, to the Tabernacle in the wilderness where God dwelt in the midst of the children of Israel in veiled fashion because of the problem of sin, to the incarnation of Christ, all the way to the new Heaven and Earth where God will once again dwell unveiled in the midst of his people, God has always desired to live among his people.

  • Column: The Bible is a story about a promise

    It was in the third chapter of the Bible, Genesis 3, that God first makes this spectacular promise. But before we can understand this promise, we must first understand the problem of sin.