COVID-19  Information

          The Covid-19 pandemic has had a tremendous impact on churches throughout our nation.  The fear and uncertainty surrounding the virus has many people afraid to attend worship and be around other people.  With governmental stay at home orders and the constant warnings of the danger of interaction with anyone outside your own household, many are scared to death of contracting the virus.  Sadly, these conditions have lasted a lot longer than anyone expected.  

          We began this ordeal on March 13, 2020 with an executive order from governor Beshear ordering the closure of all churches, schools and most businesses.  The pandemic and uncertainty of its virulence kept us shut down for three months.  After developing the needed safety protocols and securing the necessary protective equipment, we resumed in-person worship on June 14.  The plans and safety procedures we developed worked well and everyone was really glad to resume worship in person.  Things went well until the number of new cases diagnosed in central Kentucky began to rise dramatically in October.  The numbers in Taylor county continued to rise, indicating that the virus was now more prevalent than ever.  We made the difficult decision to again suspend in person services in November in order to reduce the possibility of our members contracting the virus since many of our them are in the highest risk group for infection.  

          We are hoping to be able to resume in person worship in the near future.  The availability of the vaccines and lower case numbers will help make this possible.  In March, we began posting videotaped messages on Facebook each week.  We live-streamed our complete services from June through November.  When we are able to return to worship, we will resume live streaming.  Until then, we will continue to post pre-recorded messages each Sunday.

          When we are able to resume worship in person, we invite you to join us on Sundays at 11 am.  Providing a safe environment for everyone attending our services is our greatest concern.  The system we use for sanitizing and disinfecting our facilities completely eliminates every trace of all viruses, bacteria, and pathogens that could be present throughout the entire building.  We follow all the guidelines and safety protocols recommended by the CDC and state government agencies.  We are committed to providing a place for God’s people to worship Him without fearing for their safety.  Again, we invite you to join us.  We would be glad to have you.



A word from our Pastor

We're thrilled that you've taken time to visit our website and look us over. Our hope is that you will like what you see here and visit us in person. Our worship services are informal and focused on God and what He has done for us through His Son, Jesus. Come see us soon. We'd love to get to know you!

Brent T. Gupton


Brother Brent has served as our Pastor since November 2003. He and his wife Davina, have two married sons and four grandchildren.