In response to food shortages in Cuba, Southeast Christian Church in Elizabethtown is participating in an effort to send more than one million meals to the Caribbean nation.
Grace Heartland Church is hosting a Global Leadership Summit Aug. 5-6.
People of all ages are invited later this month to join in experiencing fun and faith-forming activities at First Presbyterian Church in Elizabethtown.
Reformed Baptist Church of Elizabethtown promises “three days of expositional preaching” later this month as the church hosts its first-ever Summer Bible Conference.
Radcliff and surrounding areas had visitors this week. More than 200 youth and adults from 14 churches in nine states were in the area as a part of World Changers.
Today marks the 240th birthday of Severns Valley Baptist Church, the oldest evangelical church west of the Allegheny Mountains.
On June 20, College Heights United Methodist Church pastor Don Sexton will lead his last service at the church. Sexton says he will then go into retirement, but Sexton has said that before.
A Radcliff church will host a three-day event parking lot event this weekend.
Lunch on the Lawn is back at Severns Valley Baptist Church in Elizabethtown.
After nearly a decade organizing vacation Bible school programming at Memorial United Methodist Church in Elizabethtown, Susan Humphries, director of Children’s Ministries for the church, is planning one more event before moving on to other endeavors in ministry.
For some in Hardin County, the roar of a motorcycle offers a chance for Christian fellowship.
Students in third through eighth grade interested in the arts have an opportunity to participate in a Christian music and drama camp this fall in Elizabethtown.
For the first time in its more than 70-year history, no summer camp activities took place last year at White Mills Christian Camp because of COVID-19.
It’s been one year since Jehovah’s Witnesses locally, and world-wide, adjusted their hallmark methods of sharing scriptures because of the pandemic.
The women of Stithton Baptist Church in Radcliff plan to spend Kentucky Derby Day having tea.
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- Give 270 raises more than $22,000 for police foundation
- Radcliff event venue given green light
- Friends: Robertson strengthened by his faith to help others
- Tales on Trails combines nature, books
- Intersections closed at night in 31W construction area
- School superintendents join council against Bill 563
- Veterans Center receives more than $13,000 activities donation