First Presbyterian Church in Elizabethtown is collecting a variety of clothing and household goods and cleaning supplies throughout April to benefit several different organizations in the region.
In an effort to unite youth from around the state through the Christian gospel, Kentucky Youth Ministries will be hosting a spring youth conference April 16-17 at Bethesda Ministry in Elizabethtown.
While some egg hunts take place on Hardin County lawns, one area church is creating a drive-thru Easter event for people wanting a socially distant option.
When Chadwick Noel preaches in-person on Easter Sunday for the first time since COVID-19, he will give thanks for God’s promise of rebirth and renewal – using sign language and wearing a face shield for lip-readers.
Many churches across the country host egg hunts around Easter. The hunts sometimes take place Easter Sunday, Holy Saturday or during Palm Sunday weekend.
To address food insecurity in the region, College Heights United Methodist Church in Elizabethtown will host a Farmers to Families food distribution event through Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland.
Grace Fellowship Church, a non-denominational church that began 11 years ago, is on the move.
Little Clifty Baptist Church in Leitchfield and New Horizon Baptist Fellowship Church in Glendale will be sending a mission group to Fort Worth, Texas, to lend a helping hand to those impacted by the recent winter storm in the Lone Star state.
In an effort to raise money for two local pediatric cancer patients, Stithton Baptist Church in Radcliff will be hosting a community scavenger hunt Saturday.
Forget the Frock is a national initiative with roots in Elizabethtown. Locally, it will support Clarity Solutions this year.
Campbellsville University’s master’s degree program in Marriage and Family Therapy has been named No. 1 in The Best Master’s In Marriage and Family Therapy report released by Intelligent.com with a score of 99.89.
Jewish Shabbat services recently have been added at Fort Knox, just in time for Passover in a few weeks.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has brought its JustServe platform to the local community.
Abundant Life Church in Radcliff will be simulcasting a faith-based marriage conference Feb. 12 and 13 designed to strengthen the bonds of married couples and provide information for single individuals looking to tie the knot.
After a long search, Immanuel Baptist Church in Elizabethtown has a new pastor.
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