.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Worship

  • Priddy to be ordained into priesthood

    On May 26, Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz, D.D. will ordain Stuart Benjamin Priddyof Elizabethtown to the diocesan priesthood for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Louisville at 11 a.m. at the Cathedral of the Assumption, 433 S. Fifth Street.

  • RPC Women Present Maundy Thursday

    As part of the Maundy Thursday Service, the women of Radcliff Presbyterian Church presented a dramatic narration of the unique view of the early Christian Community. Each participant gave a voice to one of the wives, sisters and mothers of the disciples. Their narratives looked back over the year since Jesus' crucifixion and resurrection. They each shared some of their dreams, hopes, joys and lessons learned, as well as some of their frustrations and fears as their husbands left their families to follow this unknown preacher, Jesus. 

  • Munfordville minister recommended for SBC executive committee

    A Hart County minister has been nominated to serve on the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee.

    In a list of hundreds of recommendations for various roles, the 2012 SBC Committee on Nominations selected John E. Smith, pastor of Munfordville Baptist Church, for its top decision-making body.

    Smith replaces Scott F. Kilgore of Bowling Green, who declined to serve a second term. If approved, Smith’s term would continue until 2016.

  • Linda Funk speaks to Upton UMC women about Warm Blessings

    Recently the United Methodist Women at Upton UMC invited Linda Funk, board chairperson for Warm Blessings Soup Kitchen, to be the guest speaker at their monthly fellowship meeting. Funk explained the meal program provided by Warm Blessings which serves a hot meal weeknights to an average of 50 or more persons in need of this service, and offered suggestions on how the church could support the program. 

  • Gloria Dei hosts event for Hardin County Teen Court

  • Cub Scouts participate in Jamarama

  • Area residents participate in Kentucky Baptist Chorales and Wind Orchestra

    Local residents had the unique opportunity to hear the Kentucky Baptist Men’s and Women’s Chorales and Wind Orchestra in a combined concert of more than 75 voices on Sept. 24 at First Baptist Church, Hodgenville.

    The chorales are composed of approximately 75 percent professional musicians from throughout the state. They are ministers of music in Baptist churches in Kentucky, professors of music in universities, and teachers of music at various school levels. The additional 25 percent are lay musicians who enjoy singing praises to God.

  • Radcliff Presbyterian teens participate in Cardboard Nation

    Radcliff Presbyterian Teens (the “RPC Angels”) recently participated in Cardboard Nation, a fundraiser for Warm Blessings Ministry.

    The teens, their facilitators and a parent spent the night in cardboard boxes/shelters to experience what it feels like to be homeless. The “RPC Angels,” along with other participants, helped to raise more than $16,300 for the ministry. “RPC Angels” is the teen ministry of the church. The teen facilitators are Linda Norris and Nancy Staton. 

  • College honors 400th anniversary of KJV Bible

    Staff Report
    Campbellsville University has scheduled a series of Thursday evening lectures in celebration of the 400th anniversary of the King James Version of the Bible.
    After years of translating and revising previous versions of the English Bible, a version authorized by King James I of England and King James VI of Scotland was published in 1611. For generations, it served as the standard for Christians in the English-speaking world.

  • Crossroads UPC to hold Memorial Day celebration

    Did you know the Human Resources Complex recently built on Fort Knox is named after the senior service member who perished during the attack? This Sunday, the Crossroads UPC, 182 W. Vine St., Radcliff, invites the community — especially veterans, military personnel and their families — for a Memorial Day celebration.