• The Moore Sisters headline two-day gospel concert

    The Moore Sisters, a local gospel group, are headlining a two-day concert event at First Baptist Church in Elizabethtown.

    Rochelle Moore said she and her two sisters, Rhonda and Rita, have been singing together for almost 40 years.

    “We started as little girls with our dad who sang with the Golden Tones Quartet,” she said.

  • St. James concert to benefit those in need

    Kevin Faulkner hopes Sunday night’s concert is the beginning of an annual celebration at St. James Catholic Church in Elizabethtown.

    “Absolutely, we hope that this is the start of a tradition and that we are able to have it every year,” said Faulkner, who is the church’s director of music.

  • Severns Valley pastor vies for conference leadership position

    The senior pastor of Severns Valley Baptist Church is one of two candidates for president-elect of the Kentucky Baptist Pastors’ Conference.

  • Start Tour stops Sunday in Radcliff

    Three-time Dove-Award nominated recording artist No Other Name will perform Sunday at Stithton Baptist Church in Radcliff.

    The group performs in the 10:45 a.m. worship service at the church, which is at the corner of North Dixie Boulevard and Park Avenue in Radcliff.

  • St. Christopher Church hosts ethnic food festival

    St. Christopher Church held an ethnic food festival on July 26 at the Parish Life Center.

    More than 300 people attended the event, which offered food from various countries and regions and showcased the talents of the multicultural parishioners.

  • Sisters pave the way for presentations

    Four Ursuline Sisters of Mount Saint Joseph, with a vast array of knowledge and experience, will take turns leading a program on the first Tuesday evening of each month. The dinner and presentation are from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Mount Saint Joseph Conference and Retreat Center in Maple Mount, 12 miles west of Owensboro on Ky. 56. The cost is $15.

  • Radcliff church to attend Bible quiz tournaments

    Crossroads United Pentecostal Church in Radcliff will be sending two Bible quiz teams to Missouri to compete against other teams from around the country.

  • Book signing to be held at First Christian Church

    Author Martha West will be signing her children's book "Run, Run as Fast as you Can" Sunday at First Christian Church in Elizabethtown. The book follows Gingerbread Lamb who is trying to stay on the right path but comes in contact with obstacles along the way.

  • Blessing to be given at Hardin County Farmers Market

    The legacy of a patron saint will be carried on at the Hardin County Farmers Market Saturday through a series of Catholic prayers.

    The Rev. Daniel Lin­coln, pastor of the St. John Baptist Parish in Rineyville, will conduct a prayer service for farmers, plants and anyone who attends.

    The 10-minute service is a tradition linked to St. Isidore the Farmer, a 10th century Spanish laborer who is regarded as the patron saint of crops.

  • Hardin Countians come together in prayer for city, state, country

    Residents from all over Hardin County stopped at noon Thursday at the H.B. Fife Courthouse to pray together for National Day of Prayer.

    The ceremony opened with scripture from 2 Chronicles 7:14 and continued with a call to prayer by a shofar horn demonstrated by Tom Bissig, event coordinator. Diane Bissig then called out each of the cities in Hardin County so all were represented.

    “I’m grateful for the people who showed up today because you’re supporting the Lord God,” Tom Bissig said.