Barbecue ribs, chicken and pulled pork will be served this Saturday at First Baptist Church in Elizabethtown.
A return to normal for the 2021 Kentucky Baptist Convention annual meeting also means a return of Crossover — a series of outreach events taking place prior to the meeting in Elizabethtown.
First Presbyterian Church in Elizabethtown plans to once again get “messy” Saturday as it hosts a Halloween and autumn-themed Messy Church event.
This year has been tough for pastors and church leaders. The pandemic changed almost everything we do, but pastors have pivoted quickly and worked hard to make adjustments. If ever they have earned appreciation, it’s this year.
Since 1899, a group of Baptist churches in the area have been known as the Severns Valley Association of Baptist. But now, the name has changed to Lincoln Association of Baptists.
Those who enjoy southern gospel music might want to make their way over to Northside Baptist Church in Elizabethtown this weekend for a concert by Real Truth Revival.
LOUISVILLE — Lifehouse Maternity Home has two goals: introduce expectant mothers in need to Jesus Christ and equip those women with the life skills they need to either parent successfully or create an adoption plan for their child.
A community church event featuring live music, giveaways, free meals and door prizes will be returning this weekend by popular demand.
Destiny is the predetermined future of an individual’s life unaffected by the decisions made in the present. A finality of events.
The Grove Baptist Church in Elizabethtown will celebrate the Festivals of the Lord Sunday evening.
As part of its observance of Missions Week, Campbellsville University’s weekly chapel service will feature a Nelson County resident who heads a work in Brazil.
Members of New Horizon Baptist Fellowship in Glendale and Little Clifty Baptist Church in Leitchfield are on a mission to collect and bring much needed supplies to New Orleans, Louisiana, and the mountains of eastern Kentucky.
Each month at Central Avenue Baptist Church in Elizabethtown, local individuals living with multiple sclerosis and those who have a loved one living with the disease gather to offer each other mutual strength, motivation and an attentive ear.
Grayson County Intercessors and Christian Songwriters and Musicians International held Praise in the Park for a crowd of around 30 people last Saturday at the Logsdon Valley Amphitheater in Leitchfield.
Lakeside Worship Center in Elizabethtown next week will be hosting its first Youth Fire Conference.
- CAIP deadline, Farm-City Day draw near
- 5th, 3rd Region Volleyball Tournaments begin this week
- Rineyville Days offers something for all ages
- E'town Parks and Rec fall fest draws crowd
- Hodgenville couple killed in head-on crash
- Light Up Hodgenville moved up to Nov. 19
- A day at the pumpkin patch
- Veterans Trust presents $12,000 to Leitchfield VFW project