New Worshiping Communities in Mid-Kentucky Presbytery

 

Eco Justice Worship Collective
Rev. Rebecca Barnes
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As we worship so we shape how we live. Likewise, our daily commitments and passions should shape how we worship. Come: let us sing, move, pray, look, listen, touch, and praise the Holy One as we seek transformation in our lives, for the benefit of the world. The Eco Justice Worship Collective meets once a month for Saturday evening Vespers at Crescent Hill Presbyterian Church.  These worship services focus on eco-justice themes. Worship is interactive, inclusive, creative, multi-sensory, and intergenerational.

 

French Speaking African Community
Rev. Kashama Legulula
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This weekly worship service is held in French, and began particularly geared toward French-speaking Africans in the Louisville area.  This French speaking  Outreach Ministry now attracts people from around the world and welcomes you to a worship service on Saturdays at 5:30 pm in the sanctuary at Crescent Hill Presbyterian Church, 142 Crescent Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky, 40207

 

Empty Vessels
Rev. Karen Barth
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Empty Vessels is answering Christ's healing call through a monthly service of wholeness and healing, a healing practice group and a hands-on service network.  
On the first Sunday of every month, Empty Vessels gathers for a spirited time of praising God and realizing our deeper wholeness in God’s love.  They dance, sing, drum, pray, commune and place hands on those in need of healing.  The next First Sunday Service is at 7 PM at Grace Immanuel, 1612 Story Avenue, Louisville, KY.

 

Crossroads Fellowship
Rev. George Love
10239 Highway 44 East 

Mt. Washington, KY 40047

502-538-2988

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Crossroads is a new progressive and diverse church, unencumbered by a building, and therefore free to give itself away by encouraging connections to Jesus Christ and sharing his concern "for those not at the table."

 

On The Street
Muanza Mutshi Tshihamba
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Working with Peace Presbyterian Church, On The Street Ministry Project is going out into the Okolona and Newburg communities to engage people outside the walls of the church.  By creating a community of evangelists, On The Street is reaching out to people of all ages and stations in the society.

 

Embodying Story
Jennifer Thalman Kepler
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Embodying Story is a new community that brings together individuals to experiment with what happens when the techniques of applied theatre, devising and expressive movement are used in an intentional way to reflect on scripture and how God is working in our lives, our community and our world.  The focus is to create meaningful worship and connection with God and each other through the work we do in our gatherings.As creatures created in the image of God, we are all creative and have creative power.  

 

Cafe Brasil Latino Worship
Rick Ary
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The Café Brasil Latino Worship is developing and strengthening a worship community for Brazilians and Latin Americans who live in the greater Louisville area.  They meet once a month in the Fellowship Hall at Anchorage Presbyterian Church on Saturdays at 4pm.

 

Potluck Church
Rev. Rachel Nance-Woehler
Potluck meal, conversation and communion.  Each Wednesady at 6pm we  gather in Madisonville, KY to worship and wonder around the table in a meal context.  We eat together to draw closer to Christ and share love as companions in discipleship at Potluck Church.