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Faith

  • 2-1-17 Church Briefs

    Prayer service
    A community prayer service for refugees will be held Friday, Feb. 3 at 6 p.m. at United Presbyterian Church, 157 E. Main Street, next to the library. Anyone concerned about the years-long refugee crisis and anyone worried over how our leaders are approaching newcomers to the U.S. is welcome to take part. All are welcome. A collection will be taken up for Kentucky Refugee Ministries. For more information call UPC at 270-692-2551.
     

  • Stuck in Groundhog Day?

     

  • 1-25-17 Church Briefs

    Feeding ministry
    Tucker Hill Baptist Church’s Feeding Ministry is today, Jan. 25, at 5:30 p.m. at United Presbyterian Church, 157 E. Main Street, Lebanon. Enter at the side door on Harrison Street.

    Free program
    Today, Jan. 25 at 6:30 p.m. Campbellsville University Chorale, directed by Dr. Tony Cunha, will present a program in the sanctuary of Lebanon Baptist Church. The program will consist of sacred and secular music. The program is free to all.

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  • 1-11-17 Church Briefs

    Dr. M.L. King celebration
    Rev. Tommy Calhoun and First Baptist Church, N. Depot Street, Lebanon, invite you to attend their Dr. Martin Luther King Community Celebration at 3 p.m. Jan. 15. The guest will be Dr. Bob Johnson.

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  • Enduring those labor pains

     

  • 12-28-16 Church Briefs

    Feeding ministry
    Tucker Hill Baptist Church will have their next feeding ministry at the United Presbyterian Church, 157 E. Main Street, Lebanon, today, Dec. 28. Enter at the side door on Harrison Street.

    Night Watch Service
    Tucker Hill Baptist Church, 600 Shortline Pike, Lebanon, will have a Night Watch Service Saturday, Dec. 31. There will be singing, praying, reading scripture, giving testimonies, and praising God. Come join them.

  • Exploring the origins of New Year’s resolutions

    For millenia, people around the world have commemorated the arrival of a new calendar year by adhering to various traditions. One such tradition is making resolutions for the year ahead. Resolutions are promises to oneself geared around personal fulfillment and betterment.
    Resolutions are widely practiced, but some people may not understand the origins of New Year’s resolutions and why they have become the norm.

  • 12-21-16 Church Briefs

    Communion Candlelight Service
    First Christian Church, Disciples of Christ, Lebanon, will have their annual Christmas Eve Communion Candlelight Service at 7 p.m., Dec. 24, at the church. All are invited to attend.