• RELIGION NOTES: May 8, 2015

    The Rolling Fork Baptist Church on Ky. 462 in Gleanings will celebrate its 214th anniversary on Sunday, May 17, with a special service that begins at 10:30 a.m. followed by a potluck dinner. The church will provide meat and the drinks. Dinner will be followed by a bluegrass gospel concert by the Exie Boys. Keynote speaker for the worship service will be Dr. Michael V. Carter, President of Campbellsville University. The members of Rolling Fork Baptist Church and its pastor, Dr. J. Dwayne Howell, invite all to take part in the celebration.

    Mother/daughter lunch

  • RELIGION NOTES: May 1, 2015

    Contemplative prayer service

    Ascension will be offering a Taizé service beginning Sunday, May 3 at 7:30 p.m. in the worship area of the church at 211 N. Main St., in Bardstown. Taizé is a contemporary meditative/contemplative service centered in prayer, music and silence. The service is 30 to 40 minutes, and a background in meditation is not necessary. Everyone is welcome. If you are interested, contact Richard Fisher or Debra Galloway at ascension.rjf@gmail.com.

    Loretto Motherhouse piano concert

  • Rolling Fork Baptist Church anniversary
  • Allens recognized by First Christian Church for 40 years of service

    Recently, First Christian Church, Bardstown, recognized Jo Ann and Fred Allen for over 40 years of service to the congregation, particularly with respect to music for services.

    During the service, the couple was presented with an inscribed silver cup marking the occasion.

  • RELIGION NOTES: April 23, 2015

    Gospel singing

    Cumbo’s Old Gospel Barn, 11286 Louisville Road, will host the Truth Trio of Elizabethtown for an evening of gospel singing on Saturday, April 25, beginning at 7:30 p.m. The Cumbos will also perform. The event is free and open to everyone.


    First Baptist food pantry offered by women’s group

    The Women’s Ministry of First Baptist Church hosts a food pantry 10 a.m.-noon on the second Tuesday of each month. Those needing food can come to the kitchen located in the back.

  • We should take pride in being servants for each other

    By Karl Lusk

    “Rain, rain, go away; come again another day...”

  • RELIGION NOTES: April 17, 2015

    Nelson Christian pulpit exchange

  • Remembering to remember

    On most days, I have a terrible memory, but not today.

    Today, I can’t stop remembering.

    Just this morning I remembered teaching my then-toddler, Alison, to pray. At the same time, I was teaching her about “giving money to Jesus.”

    One Sunday at church she had put 50 cents of her own money in the offering plate and then misplaced one of her shoes that afternoon, which we hadn’t realized until the next morning as we frantically rushed to get out the door for preschool.

  • A fish called grace – sometimes adversity is a gift

    In 2007, Australian diver Eric Nerhus reported being swallowed by a great white shark.

    He said it was like being trapped in a cave.

    He told the London-based newspaper The Daily Telegraph that one minute he was “prying abalone off the rocks with a chisel; the next he found his head, torso and one arm enclosed by the killer shark’s razor-sharp teeth.”

    He escaped after stabbing the shark in the eye with his chisel.

  • RELIGION NOTES: April 10, 2015

    First Baptist food pantry offered

    The Women’s Ministry of First Baptist Church hosts a food pantry 10 a.m.-noon on the second Tuesday of each month. Those needing food, can come to the kitchen located in the back.

    Children’s choir at Holy Trinity Church