Bud Dorsey

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.

Silas House Book Launch

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 VBS - July 16-20 (Grades 6-12)


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!

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Community Forum on Gun Control


When: Thursday, March 8 at 7:00 PM

Where: CHBC Sanctuary

Who: State Senator Morgan McGarvey (Louisville), State Representative Chris Harris (Pikeville), and JCPS Board Member Lisa Willner will speak and field questions. Rep. Harris introduced gun control legislation in the House last week.

Why: To help make our schools and community safer.

David Gushee, March 17-18

For dinner reservations go to: http://gushee-dinner.eventbrite.com. Payment of $12 will be collected at the door in cash or check. Reservations must be made by 1:30PM, Friday, March 16.  Tickets/reservations for dinner cannot be made at the door.

Hunger Walk

unger Walk/Run & Row
Sunday, October 1, 2017
Waterfront Park


Join Dare to Care for the Hunger Walk/Run & Row on October 1, 2017! This fun-filled day raises funds and awareness to end hunger in our community through the Hunger Walk/Run 5K and World Championship Voyageur Canoe Race.

The Hunger Walk/Run & Row benefits Dare to Care Food Bank. Over 2,000 people make a public commitment that everyone will have access to the food they need to be healthy.

The Hunger Walk/Run & Row is organized by Dare to Care and Interfaith Paths to Peace.