The Church Council invites you to participate in the church-wide survey. This survey will give the Church Council information on ministries, events, and programs of the church and how best to continue in these areas, what to change, and what to add to these areas. The survey is short (less than ten questions), and only takes about seven minutes to complete. The survey can be taken online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CHBCsurvey2019. If you do not have access to a computer, smart phone, or tablet, hard copies can be picked up in the church office. Please complete the survey online or in print form by Thursday, February 28.
Wednesday, December 19, 6:15 PM in the Sanctuary
Harpist Amy Shafer, Director of Piano Studies and Assistant Director of Harp Studies for The Harp School, Inc.
Bass-Baritone Gregory Rahming
Soprano Elizabeth Weaver
Crescent Hill Baptist Church’s Chancel Choir
Wednesday Fellowship Supper served at 5:15PM in the Fellowship Hall (menu: pork tenderloin, lemon and herb orzo, roasted asparagus, fresh fruit salad, and cake and ice cream for dessert)
Dinner id $7.00, reservations must be made by Monday, December 17. Call the church office to make a reservation at 502-896-4425.
During Advent, we are highlighting the Offering for Global Missions (OGM) of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. CHBC’s goal this year is to raise $4000. Each Sunday there will be OGM envelopes in your worship bulletin. 100% of your OGM gift will be used to send CBF field personnel to share the Good News of Jesus Christ around the world.
Crescent Hill Baptist Church, 2800 Frankfort Ave, will still be hosting their INDOOR neighborhood Halloween party on Wednesday, October 31, 6:00-8:00 PM in the church's Fellowship Hall. Come enjoy popcorn, candy, hot chocolate, coffee, crafts, a few games, and, as tradition, get your keepsake Halloween photo. Come join us for the fun and stay out of the rain!
May 23, 6:00PM, Fellowship Hall
Bud Dorsey, whose photographs have long appeared in The Defender and The Courier-Journal, has recently collaborated with the Louisville Story Project to publish Available Light. The photographs in the book show us life in Louisville as many of us have never seen it before. Bud teaches us how to look at our community: with love, curiosity, respect, nuance, concern, playfulness, hope, heartbreak, and pride.
oin us on Tuesday, June 5 at 7:00 PM in the Sanctuary for the launch of Silas House’s new novel Southernmost. Carmichael’s is sponsoring the event, which will also feature performances by Joan Shelley and Daniel Martin Moore.
Youth Vacation Bible School: 6th-12th Grade
July 16-20. 5:30 - 8:00 pm (M-F)
Food, music, recreation, Bible study, small groups, and worship with a Rolling River Rampage theme! Come and enjoy everything you love about camping and the outdoors from the comfort of our church!
Come join us for 5 awesome nights of fellowship and spiritual formation. Friday night we'll even roast s'mores!
Then join us Saturday, July 21 for Lake Day, when we take time to relax at Green River Lake and enjoy nature after our week on the river!