Upton radio station WJCR 90.1 FM is Kentucky’s only 100,000 watt Christian radio station, reaching 32 counties throughout central Kentucky and parts of four other states.
Amid social distancing efforts by state officials, local churches now have fewer opportunities to serve a key population in the community: Those living in nursing homes and assisted-living facilities.
Churches had to figure out new ways to worship because of recent closures to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
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First Christian Church of Elizabethtown has started an expansion to its campus largely to benefit children of the church.
More than 80 volunteers from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from Hardin and surrounding counties traveled last weekend to Putnam County, Tennessee, to assist with tornado-relief efforts.
Sunday afternoon was a momentous occasion for the Rev. Monty Hershberger as he was installed as pastor at Grace Church Elizabethtown. It’s his first undertaking as lead pastor of a church.
To honor women who have made the commitment to raise children alone, Abundant Life Church in Radcliff is hosting their inaugural Single Mom Celebration from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the church.
For 150 years, Stovall United Methodist Church has been a part of the community in the northern end of the county.
The First Presbyterian Church in Elizabethtown this weekend is celebrating the installation of the Rev. Chelsea Benham — the congregation’s first installed female pastor.
Beginning next week, the Elizabethtown Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints chapel at 2950 Shepherdsville Road is undergoing renovations and expanding to allow it to be a regional worship center for the members of the church in central Kentucky.
Giving back to the community and providing for those in need can be difficult when absorbed with debt. This is why Marsha Kerr of Elizabethtown believes her mission to provide locals with financial literacy is by virtue a Christian endeavor.
Easter is right around the corner and a movement that began locally, Forget the Frock, is gearing up for another season.
Emily Fox moved to Hardin County in 2014 barely knowing two women in town.
To highlight ministerial opportunities available at Memorial United Methodist Church, the Elizabethtown church will be hosting a Ministry Fair on Sunday.
Black History Month will be celebrated Feb. 7 at First Baptist Church in Elizabethtown with a gospel music event.
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