Throughout the school year, a time of Bible study will be provided for those who are retired, work afternoon or night shifts, or for those who would simply like more time in a class setting to study God's Word. Everyone is invited to attend and invite your friends. Once a month, following class on the fourth Tuesday, we will go and eat lunch together at a local restaurant.
We host the SOKYSYS. You can learn all about the SYS by following this link. All of our teenagers and adults are encouraged to attend. A meal of pizza will be provided following our period of worship.
Brian Eggerton from the North Lexington Church of Christ will be speaking that night.
Classes for all ages (including adults + babies) will be provided. Our theme is A WHALE OF A TALE, we will be examining in detail the story of Jonah.
Gary Puryear, Pulpit Minister for the Fairview Church of Christ in Dixon, Kentucky will be our guest speaker in the adult class.
All the men of the congregation are invited to attend and invite their friends and bring their sons. Breakfast will be served and a short devotional will be given. Following the breakfast, there will be a short congregational business meeting. There will be a sign-up sheet in the back of the auditorium.
Our yearly gospel meeting will begin on Sunday, September 10 with Bible classes for all ages at 9 am followed by worship at 10 am. On Sunday evening our services will begin at our regularly scheduled time of 6:00 pm. Monday night through Wednesday our services will begin at 7 pm. Our guest speaker this year is Andy Baker from Nashville, Tennessee
Monroe County will be voting on the sale of alcohol in January 2017. This is the first of several community meetings for those who oppose the vote. Everyone is invited to attend as information will be passed out and dates about further meeting will be announced.
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Join us as we celebrate all the relationships that matter so much on our Friends and Family Day. Everyone is invited to attend our morning services (Bible classes begin at 9:00 am and Worship follows at 10:00 am) and a fellowship meal following worship. Don't worry about bringing anything, we'll have plenty of food.
October is Work Month. Each Monday night, members will gather at the church building and then divide into groups to make visits, write cards to our shut-ins or missionaries or perform any other type of encouraging activity for other members of our congregation. There are also several work projects around the building that we will work on those evenings.
Several specific work projects will be done each of these Monday nights in October (12, 19, 26).
Following the last regular season home game of the year, we will have our annual Fifth Quarter Lock-In at the church building. Teenagers (12-18) are encouraged to attend and invite their friends. College students and young adults are also encouraged to attend as chaperones. This year, we'll be playing Food Olympics with prizes to be handed out following the festivities. There is no cost to attend, but one rule will be specifically enforced - if you're hear at midnight you have to stay until 7 am unless parents come and pick you up.
This year our Fall Festival will be at Mrs. Kathleen Evans' cabin near the river in Turkey Neck Bend. All our families and members are encouraged to attend. There will be activities for our children and teens and a bonfire to cook hot dogs and marshmallows. Please see the sign up sheet in the back of the auditorium to volunteer food or other things for the event. If you have any questions, see Neal.