Church can be an intimidating place to visit — especially if you don’t know what to expect. We invite you to experience what the gospel means both intellectually and relationally at one of our Sunday worship services. You can engage with others and find places for your whole family to connect. We hope that through visiting with us, you will experience the hope, love and joy that comes from a community of people who love Jesus.
How to find us
We’re located at 6710 Wolf Pen Branch Rd, Harrods Creek, KY 40027, near US-42 and the Gene Snyder Freeway. We have many parking areas around the church.
What to expect here
As you enter, you’ll be greeted by our ministers and congregation members. You’ll be handed a leaflet that contains information about the service and announcements about upcoming events. During the service, we want you to be comfortable. Remember, the most important thing is to worship, not to get everything right. If you’re lost, feel free to ask someone sitting near you where we are in the leaflet or prayer book.
Children are welcome
For children ages 3-8, we offer Children’s Chapel during the 9, 10, and 11:15 services on Sunday. Children's Chapel is a church service within a church service. Designed exclusively for our young attendees, the Children's Chapel prepares them for “adult” worship by providing a liturgical service that engages them in the lesson and provides opportunities for them to be a part of the worship experience. Each week, there are chances to serve as greeters, ushers, readers and to assist with the Gospel lesson.
For babies, toddlers and younger children who are not yet ready to sit through the service, Nursery Ministry is available downstairs in the Sunday School rooms. Our nurseries are staffed by volunteer and staff teachers.
More about our services
The leaflet you get when you walk in the front door is your guide to the service. The Book of Common Prayer is the red book sitting in the pew rack. The pages used for each service will be listed in the leaflet. Music comes from the other book, The Hymnal 1982. Hymn numbers are listed in the leaflet.
All baptized Christians are welcome to receive communion. Follow those in front of you as they come to the rail, then kneel or stand, as you feel comfortable. If you are not taking communion, you are welcome to come to the altar rail to receive a blessing. If you’d like a blessing, please indicate this by folding your arms over your chest.