• ECTC to host presentation on Eastern Orthodox Church

    The Rev. Alexis Kouri, pastor of St. Michael the Archangel Orthodox Church in Louisville will present “The Eastern Orthodox Church: An Ancient Faith in Modern Times” at 3 and 7 p.m. Feb. 27 in room 112 James S. Owen Building (John Behen Room) at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College. Both sessions are free and open to the public and will include question and answer sessions.

  • Faith Apostolic members finish program

    Faith Apostolic Church in Elizabethtown recently congratulated members for completing the B.R.E.A.D. (Bible Reading Enhances Any Day) Program. The program is designed to help someone to read the entire bible in one year. Their reward was a certificate, gift card and dinner at Ryan’s Steakhouse.

  • Connections Church new member of Kentucky Baptist Convention

    Connections Church was approved to be a member of the Kentucky Baptist Convention on Nov. 13. Connections Church is now fully affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention, the Kentucky Baptist Convention and Severns Valley Association of Baptists. Connections Church has worship on Sundays at the Colvin Community Center at 10:45 a.m. The Senior Pastor is Dr. Jim Shaw, associated pastor is W.L. McCoy, Youth Director is John Blankenship and Children Director is Shelby Fey. For more information visit www.connectionschurchky.org or call 351.2725.

  • Banner presentation at annual conference

    Savannah Haynes and Leah Linscott recently presented a new banner to Elizabethtown District United Methodist Women during the District Annual celebration held in Hodgenville. The banner will represent the District at the Kentucky Annual Conference each year. It tells the story of the mission work of United Methodist Women. It was designed by the Smitchers (Smiling Stitchers) at Radcliff United Methodist Church. This is a sewing circle made up of girls in fourth grade and above.

  • Stephensburg UMC Youth adopts soldiers

    The youth at Stephensburg UMC have adopted seven soldiers that are from the surrounding area. Two youth members, Kevin Sprinkle and Sydney Ray, have written letters and packed boxes for the soldiers. They have already sent a box of care packages to the soldiers and expect their arrival in time for Thanksgiving. The youth are packing care packages for the next mailing in November, so the troops can get their packages in time for Christmas.

  • Mill Creek Baptist goes on a Mission

    During the week of July 7-12, a group of 18 people from Mill Creek Baptist Church traveled to Huntington, Ind., on a mission trip. The group relieved New Life Baptist Church from their evening meal food ministry, giving the workers a break for the week. They prepared meals and served up to 80 people each evening. Also, they completed various construction projects at New Life Baptist Church. The group ranged from age 8 to almost 80.

  • Sacred Relics of the Saints: Treasures of the Church

    The largest traveling display of relics in the world will be at St. Christopher Church in Radcliff at 7 p.m., Aug. 2.

    There will be approximately 150 relics including those of St. Maria Goretti, St. Therese of Lisieux (the “Little Flower”). St. Francis of Assisi, St. Anthony of Padua, St. Thomas Aquinas and St. Faustina Kowaiska. The supreme highlight is one of the largest certified relics of the True Cross in the world, and a piece of the Veil of Our Lady.

  • New Pastor at Radcliff United Methodist

    K. Richard Holladay was appointed Senior Pastor of Radcliff United Methodist Church at the Kentucky United Methodist Annual Conference session held in Covington, June 10-13. He comes from his previous appointment at Greenville United Methodist Church in Greenville. The Rev. Holladay lived in Louisville, where he graduated from Butler High School.

  • Vine Grove Christian holds VBS and bicycle giveaway

    Vine Grove Christian Church held their vacation Bible school from June 4-8. This year the them was “Sky: Everything is possible with God!” Each night the children engaged in songs, Bible stories, craft time, recreation and snacks. Each evening culminated with the children watching “Chatter the Chipmunk” and his story about trusting in God.

    Each nigh the children brought an offering that was designated for White Mills Camp. Also, canned goods were brought in that would be donated to Helping Hand of Hope in Radcliff.

  • Southern Baptists set to elect 1st black president

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Four months ago, two African-American pastors stood in a hallway of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Nashville headquarters looking at a row of white faces.