PROTECTING LGBTQ RIGHTS IN KENTUCKY
Legal, Economic, and Moral Perspectives
Louisville, KY, [Date]– Crescent Hill Baptist Church is hosting a panel discussion on Monday, January 23 at 7PM to explore how best to protect the rights of LGBTQ individuals in Kentucky in light of recent rhetoric.
Recent changes in both state and federal government leadership pose potential threats to rights recently extended to LGBTQ individuals. Panelists will discuss current and emerging challenges to LGBTQ individual's rights at both the state and federal level and the impact on the greater community. The panelists will also share suggestions and strategies for preserving and advancing LGBTQ rights effectively. Panelists include:
- Michael Aldridge, Executive Director, American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky
- Reverend Bojangles Blanchard, Itinerant Baptist Minister
- Catherine Chapman, Executive Director, Association of Welcoming & Affirming Baptists
- Shannon Evans, Brown-Forman Pride Co-Leader & Chair, Kentucky Competitive Workforce Coalition
- Chris Hartman, Executive Director, Fairness Campaign
- Reverend Jason Crosby, Co-Pastor, Crescent Hill Baptist Church (Moderator)
When: January 23, 2017 - 7PM
Where: Crescent Hill Baptist Church, 2800 Frankfort Ave. Louisville, KY 40206
Crescent Hill Baptist Church believes that God loves all people without condition. Therefore, at CHBC you will find a diverse community of faith comprised of people of various races, ethnic backgrounds, sexual orientation, and world-views. In 2013 the church clarified its relationship with LGBTQ individuals. The congregation overwhelmingly voted to be welcoming and affirming to LGBTQ individuals including granting ordination, hiring, or performing wedding ceremonies.
If you would like more information, please contact Catherine Chapman at 502.386.5782 or email at email@example.com.
Community Interfaith Thanksgiving Dinner
Presented by Interfaith Paths to Peace in partnership with
Crescent Hill Baptist Church, River Road Mosque & Temple Shalom
Monday, Nov. 21, 2016
6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Crescent Hill Baptist Church
2800 Frankfort Ave. | Louisville, KY 40206
Join us for an evening of interfaith dialogue and understanding.
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, members of Louisville's Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu, and Baha'i communities will offer prayers from their respective faith traditions. Following the interfaith service, everyone will gather to share a vegetarian Thanksgiving Dinner featuring foods from various cultures.
$15 per person | Registration required
Go to http://www.paths2peace.org/v-thanksgiving-dinner.html to register.
A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Habitat for Humanity of Metro Louisville.
Bringing people together. Constructing Homes. Building Hope.
Halloween 2016 photos available in the Slide Show section
Our Youth are leaving for camp this Sunday!
Packing list for Youth Passport: http://passportcamps.org/…/2…/02/ParentChaperone-Choices.pdf
If you are riding the bus/van, please be ready at 6:00 AM. If your parents are bringing you, please be in the Fellowship Hall parking lot at 7:00 AM, this Sunday, July 3rd!
Our family of faith is grieving the death of Sasher Thaw. This five-year-old Karen girl was recently resettled in the United States. She died in a tragic accident Thursday evening. Although neither she nor her immediate family regularly gather with us at CHBC, our special relationship with the Karen community in Louisville makes them all a part of the CHBC community.
Visitation will be held in the CHBC Chapel on Monday, June 27, from 4pm - 9pm. The funeral service will take place at 10am on Tuesday, June 28, in the Chapel
If you would like to help cover the funeral costs and support the family during this difficult time, you can do so by making contributions and noting the gift is for the "Sasher Thaw Fund." Cash and check donations can be delivered to the church (2800 Frankfort Ave. Louisville, KY 40206). Or, you can contribute online at: http://chbcky.org/donate/.
Surf’s Up! This summer we will be “catching the wave of God’s amazing love.” Students who have completed gradesK– 5 can join us June 13-17 from 9:00AM-12:00PM. To register, pick up a form on Sunday morning or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Chancel Choir will present Robert Ray's GOSPEL MASS in worship on Sunday, June 5. Gregory Rahming will be with us along with the Benji Simmons Trio (drums, guitar, and bass guitar, with piano). We will hear music in a variety of styles including: gospel, pop, jazz, and lyrical. As is our custom on the first Sunday of the month, we will also gather around the Lord's table for Holy Communion.