We are located in the heart of Owingsville at 92 Coyle Street.
From Lexington, Winchester, Mt. Sterling and points West: Take I-64 East to Owingsville exit 121. Turn left at the end of the exit ramp, heading north toward Owingsville. You will travel up a large hill. Make a left onto Coyle Street (turning between Richie Hunt Funeral Home and People's Bank). The church is one block up on the right. Handicap parking is available in the rear of the church where there is elevator access and an awning for passenger drop off during bad weather. All other parking is available in the lot on the left across from the church.
From Grayson, Olive Hill, Morehead and points East: Take I-64 West to Owingsville exit 121 (do not exit at the first Owingsville exit). Turn right at the end of the exit ramp, heading north toward Owingsville. You will travel up a large hill. Make a left onto Coyle Street at the top of the hill. The church is one block up on the right. Handicap parking is available in the rear of the church where there is elevator access and an awning for passenger drop off during bad weather. All other parking is available in the lot on the left across from the church.
Wear whatever you are most comfortable wearing. If you feel most comfortable wearing a suit or dress to church - you won't be alone. If you feel more comfortable in casual business attire - you'll fit right in. If you feel comfortable in jeans - that's fine too. You will see people wearing all of that on a given Sunday. While you don't have to bring anything, you might want to bring a Bible if you have one (or there are Bibles available for your use).
An offering will be collected in the middle of service but that's not for you! You can contribute if you want to, but it is not expected - you are our guest. The offering is for our members and regular attenders to support the ministries of the church.
If you attend Sunday School at 9:45 a.m., you will find groups for all ages (children, teens, and adults). These small groups (from 5 to 15 people) are designed to give people a chance to study the Bible in an interactive manner. You can ask the questions you have always wanted to ask, or you can sit back and simply listen. The choice is yours.
Once worship begins at 11:00 a.m. you will experience a mixture of traditional and contemporary worship elements. Classic hymns, contemporary hymns, and praise choruses are all used depending on the week.
There will be some scripture reading and prayer and a message by the pastor. After the message, an invitation will be extended for anyone who wants to talk with the pastor about beginning a relationship with Christ, joining the church, or sharing a prayer concern with him. Part of the service will dedicated to a greeting time. This is when everyone has a chance to say 'hello' and 'welcome' to those around them.