Plan Your Visit

Sunday 9:00 AM & 6:00 PM

Wednesday 6:30 PM

Classes for all ages

*Each 4th Sunday of the Month is Church eat Church



You are welcome to park in either of the parking lots to the left and right of the building. When you enter the main doors, the auditorium is straight ahead and restrooms are located to the right. You are welcome to sit wherever you feel most comfortable. 


The following paragraphs contain a brief description of what will take place during our worship to God.


An area of the worship service you will notice right away is singing praises to God. One of the members will lead the church in congregational singing at various times throughout the worship. You are welcome and encouraged to join us in singing praises to God, but don’t feel uncomfortable sitting quietly if these songs are new to you. Songbooks are available for everyone. The song numbers are announced before each song.

The singing is a cappella, or voices only, because we believe that the Bible tells us to sing praises. Consistent with our goal of using the Bible as our guide, and in following the example of the early church, we do not add any instruments to the New Testament’s instructions.


Several times during the service today, one of the men of the congregation will lead a prayer. Generally, people bow their heads and close their eyes when a prayer is being offered during the worship. However, this is simply our tradition which is intended to show reverence to God. The important thing to us is focusing on what is being said. The members of the congregation will be praying silently along with the one who is leading their thoughts.


An important time during the worship service is the time we remember the sacrifice Jesus made for all of our sins. Churches of Christ observe communion (also called the Lord’s Supper) each Sunday. This is done because of what Jesus taught. He told his disciples to eat bread to remember his body which was sacrificed for our sins and raised from the dead. He also told the disciples to drink “the fruit of the vine” to remember the blood that he shed for our sins.

Unleavened bread and grape juice are used in the communion service because we believe this is most like what the first Christians used. The Lord’s Supper served today is for any Christian, whether or not you are a visitor.


We will be taking an offering from our members during the worship service. We do this each Sunday immediately following the communion; it is one of the parts of our worship.

The money contributed by the members is overseen by the men of congregation and used for evangelism and benevolence both locally and around the world. As a guest, you are not expected to contribute to these works. When the collection plate is passed to you, just pass it on to the next person.

To leave a record of your visit, please fill out the visitor’s card in the rack on the back of the seat in front of you and place it into the collection plate at the appropriate time.


Today and every Sunday you visit, you will hear a lesson based on the Bible. Michael Tanksley, who is our full-time minister, or Weston Stone our Youth Minster will speak to the congregation for about 30 minutes. At the end of his lesson, he will ask anyone who wants the prayers of the church or wishes to be baptized to come to the front. Sometimes people refer to this as “the invitation,” but God’s invitation to obey him is always open.

To become a Christian a person must believe the good news they have heard about Jesus. They need to repent of their sins, which simply means to turn away from sinning. They need to confess their belief in Jesus and be baptized to have their sins washed away.


You are invited to stay for Bible class immediately following worship. There are classes for all ages.

If you have questions about anything that we say or do during our services, please ask one our members or call the church office at 270 384 6467. If reading this page has already generated some questions, please send us your questions via e-mail.


We love having children in our worship assemblies! Should the need arise during a worship service, there is a nursery available that is unattended that has both a restroom and changing table. The nursery is located in the back left side of the auditorium upon entering the auditorium.


On Sundays, our Bible classes follow the morning worship assembly, usually beginning around 10:05 am. There are classes available for everyone aged six months and up. On Wednesdays, we assemble in the auditorium for a few minutes before dismissing to classes. Following the end of class we reconvene as for a devotional thought for a few short minutes before dismissing.