• Crossroads UPC 'Backs the Blue'

    The Crossroads UPC in Radcliff held a “Back the Blue” service on May 15 to show appreciation for police officers and firefighters.

  • Memorial UMC children decorate cross for Easter

    Children at Memorial United Methodist Church in Elizabethtown decorated a cross Easter Sunday with fresh-cut flowers.

  • Colesburg Baptist celebrates 120th church anniversary

    In observance of the 120th anniversary of the founding of Colesburg Baptist Church in Elizabethtown, the church is hosting a homecoming celebration and tent revival services.

  • Radcliff Presbyterian to hold 'Big Apple Adventure' VBS

    Area residents are welcome to join children and teens from Radcliff Presbyterian Church as they “grab a cab” and head to the Big Apple Adventure. Amid the exciting sights and sounds of the city, children will learn that they can connect faith and life through a relationship with Jesus. During their day, kids will “visit” various sites throughout New York City including Midtown Snacks, Missions Central, Music Backstage, Playground 1017 and the Crafts District.

  • New Horizon Baptist Fellowship to take items to tornado-ravaged areas of Alabama

    New Horizon Baptist Fellowship is planning a mission trip to Alabama on June 10-11 to assist and aid those who have been victims of recent tornadoes that swept through the region. This is a community-wide effort to assist people in and around the Gadsdan, Ala., area. The church is taking an 18-wheeler loaded with supplies.

  • The Crossroads UPC to celebrate Friend Day this Sunday

    The Crossroads UPC of Radcliff, 182 W. Vine St., invites the community to its third annual Friend Day this Sunday.

    On this day, the church challenges all church members to be present and to invite at least one friend; it’s intended to be a day to focus on the celebration of friendship and truth.

  • First Baptist to host presentation of 'They Call Him Jesus'

    First Baptist Church of Elizabethtown and First Baptist Church of Columbia will have a joint presentation of “They Call Him Jesus,” an Easter musical drama about the trial, death and resurrection of Jesus at 7 p.m. Saturday at First Baptist Church, 107 Bishop Lane, Elizabethtown.

    The project is created and produced by Larry Smith, who wrote and produced “A Journey to Freedom,” a much-acclaimed musical drama in celebration of the bicentennial anniversary of the birth of President Abraham Lincoln.

  • Runyeon to perform 'The Gospel of Mark' at Grace Heartland

    Television and film star Frank Runyeon will bring his acclaimed performance of “The Gospel of Mark” to Grace Heartland Church at 7 p.m. Friday. He also was at Grace Heartland in 2008.

    Runyeon starred opposite Meg Ryan on “As the World Turns”  in the ’80s as well as on several other television shows and feature films. He also has performed on stage in New York.

  • Connections Church to have its first service on Easter

    A new church, Connections Church, will launch its first worship service at 10:45 a.m. Easter Sunday at Colvin Community Center in Radcliff.

    “This will be a high-impact church to reach all people in Hardin County,”  Senior Pastor Dr. Jim Shaw said.

    W.L. McCoy, associate pastor, will lead in worship and education. He states, “The music will be contemporary, joyful, even Christian rock … where all ages can worship the Lord in spirit and truth.”

  • Looten named Youth Pastor at Tunnel Hill

    Josh Looten was recently named youth Pastor at Tunnel Hill Baptist Church in Elizabethtown. He formerly served as the youth minister for Midway Heights Baptist Church in Columbia, Mo. He is a 2004 graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia with a Bachelor of Arts in European Studies. He will be continuing his education at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville while providing his leadership to Tunnel Hill Baptist Church youth.