Early worship is an intimate gathering with simple music, a short homily, and plenty of space for quiet reflection.
Worship at Eleven is a larger, more traditional gathering with our sanctuary choir, organ accompaniment, and sermon.
A few suggestions for reading the book of Jeremiah.
This Sunday, we begin a three sermon series on the 7th BCE prophet, Jeremiah.
Senior adults are invited to gather for lunch at FBC Middletown on Friday, September 20 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. for lunch and recognition of those who have served the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Kentucky. The magic of David Garrand, magician and Baptist minister will provide the entertainment. Also, our own Becky Colliver will be recognized posthumously for her hard and excellent work with Extreme Build. Cost of the lunch is $ 15 per person. Reservations can be made through Peggy Foskett (Office@CBYKF.ORG) or by calling (502) 426-1931.
At our early service, we move at a slower pace with time to reflect and listen in the quiet. Join us for worship this Sunday at 8:45 a.m. as we continue our journey with the prophet Jeremiah.
Earlier this year, Christians all over our country were invited to sign a statement against Christian Nationalism. I signed. This Sunday, you will learn why.
This Sunday, we continue our close look at the 7th BCE prophet, Jeremiah.
What does it mean to hear the call of Jesus to help form a community of grace?
It's never too early or too late to have a meaningful conversation on gun violence.