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  • Room in the Inn


    February 24, 2021
    4:45 pm - 4:45 pm

    Details

    Our mission is to share the love of Christ by providing food and a warm place to sleep at night for the homeless. To accomplish our mission we will provide shelter every night of December, January, and February.
     
     

    Guests needing shelters should arrive at Warm Blessings, 609 E Dixie Ave, Elizabethtown, each night at 4:45pm. Guests will will be offered a dinner at Warm Blessings. At 5:30pm guests will be able to walk down to the old firehouse for a warm, comfortable place to sleep, breakfast in the morning, and friendly hospitality.

    Room in the Inn Elizabethtown is organized by the following congregations:

    College Heights United Methodist Church
    Ekklesia Big E Ministries
    Glendale Christian Church
    Grace Heartland Church
    Living Faith Baptist Fellowship
    Memorial United Methodist Church
    St. James Catholic Church
    Valley Creek Baptist Church

    If you would like more information, contact Warm Blessings at 270-763-9276.

  • Room in the Inn


    February 25, 2021
    4:45 pm - 4:45 pm

    Details

    Our mission is to share the love of Christ by providing food and a warm place to sleep at night for the homeless. To accomplish our mission we will provide shelter every night of December, January, and February.
     
     

    Guests needing shelters should arrive at Warm Blessings, 609 E Dixie Ave, Elizabethtown, each night at 4:45pm. Guests will will be offered a dinner at Warm Blessings. At 5:30pm guests will be able to walk down to the old firehouse for a warm, comfortable place to sleep, breakfast in the morning, and friendly hospitality.

    Room in the Inn Elizabethtown is organized by the following congregations:

    College Heights United Methodist Church
    Ekklesia Big E Ministries
    Glendale Christian Church
    Grace Heartland Church
    Living Faith Baptist Fellowship
    Memorial United Methodist Church
    St. James Catholic Church
    Valley Creek Baptist Church

    If you would like more information, contact Warm Blessings at 270-763-9276.

  • Friday Fish Fry


    February 26, 2021
    11:00 am - 2:00 pm

    Details

    Friday Fish Fry returns at Faith Apostolic Church, 408 Nicholas Street, Elizabethtown. Every Friday from February 12th to April 9th, 11 am to 2 pm. The meal includes fish sandwich, baked beans, coleslaw or potato salad & dessert. CARRY OUT ONLY (call ahead or walk-in) For more info contact Janice Brown during working hours at 270-737-8510.

  • Room in the Inn


    February 26, 2021
    4:45 pm - 4:45 pm

    Details

    Our mission is to share the love of Christ by providing food and a warm place to sleep at night for the homeless. To accomplish our mission we will provide shelter every night of December, January, and February.
     
     

    Guests needing shelters should arrive at Warm Blessings, 609 E Dixie Ave, Elizabethtown, each night at 4:45pm. Guests will will be offered a dinner at Warm Blessings. At 5:30pm guests will be able to walk down to the old firehouse for a warm, comfortable place to sleep, breakfast in the morning, and friendly hospitality.

    Room in the Inn Elizabethtown is organized by the following congregations:

    College Heights United Methodist Church
    Ekklesia Big E Ministries
    Glendale Christian Church
    Grace Heartland Church
    Living Faith Baptist Fellowship
    Memorial United Methodist Church
    St. James Catholic Church
    Valley Creek Baptist Church

    If you would like more information, contact Warm Blessings at 270-763-9276.

  • Room in the Inn


    February 27, 2021
    4:45 pm - 4:45 pm

    Details

    Our mission is to share the love of Christ by providing food and a warm place to sleep at night for the homeless. To accomplish our mission we will provide shelter every night of December, January, and February.
     
     

    Guests needing shelters should arrive at Warm Blessings, 609 E Dixie Ave, Elizabethtown, each night at 4:45pm. Guests will will be offered a dinner at Warm Blessings. At 5:30pm guests will be able to walk down to the old firehouse for a warm, comfortable place to sleep, breakfast in the morning, and friendly hospitality.

    Room in the Inn Elizabethtown is organized by the following congregations:

    College Heights United Methodist Church
    Ekklesia Big E Ministries
    Glendale Christian Church
    Grace Heartland Church
    Living Faith Baptist Fellowship
    Memorial United Methodist Church
    St. James Catholic Church
    Valley Creek Baptist Church

    If you would like more information, contact Warm Blessings at 270-763-9276.

  • Room in the Inn


    February 28, 2021
    4:45 pm - 4:45 pm

    Details

    Our mission is to share the love of Christ by providing food and a warm place to sleep at night for the homeless. To accomplish our mission we will provide shelter every night of December, January, and February.
     
     

    Guests needing shelters should arrive at Warm Blessings, 609 E Dixie Ave, Elizabethtown, each night at 4:45pm. Guests will will be offered a dinner at Warm Blessings. At 5:30pm guests will be able to walk down to the old firehouse for a warm, comfortable place to sleep, breakfast in the morning, and friendly hospitality.

    Room in the Inn Elizabethtown is organized by the following congregations:

    College Heights United Methodist Church
    Ekklesia Big E Ministries
    Glendale Christian Church
    Grace Heartland Church
    Living Faith Baptist Fellowship
    Memorial United Methodist Church
    St. James Catholic Church
    Valley Creek Baptist Church

    If you would like more information, contact Warm Blessings at 270-763-9276.

  • Celebrate Recovery


    March 1, 2021
    6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

    Details

    Everyone has struggles. No one is immune. We struggle with hurts from our past and our present. We have tons of regrets and bad decisions that we wish we could go back and change. Most of those regrets and bad decision are tied to relationships which have become broken. We wish we could repair all of those broken relationships. Add to this, we have a sinful past that we have tried to run from. All of this weighs us down and we have a tendency to develop destructive habits. These can be addictive behaviors, avoidance, depression, fear, anxiety, worry, risky behaviors and a host of other hang-ups that keep us from healthy relationships. We wish we could fix ourselves, but we can’t. Others have tried to fix us, but they can’t. What can we do? Where can we turn?

    When we get to that low point of hopelessness, CELEBRATE RECOVERY E’TOWN is where you want to go. CR (Celebrate Recovery) is a Christ-centered, biblically based recovery ministry that will point you to the HELP, HEALING and HOPE for which you’ve been looking but have not found. You will find the healing God has been trying to show you for so long in the 8 Recovery Principles and the 12 Biblical Steps to recovery in your life. God wants you to experience His grace and the encouragement of others who have successfully walked the road to recovery in their lives. We will walk with you on your road away from the hurts, hang-ups and habits of your lives and into healthier godly relationships with other believers in Jesus. Come and join us at Celebrate Recovery E’town.

    While our Monday night gatherings are on pause, please visit us on Facebook, Youtube and Instagram

     

  • Friday Fish Fry


    March 5, 2021
    11:00 am - 2:00 pm

    Details

    Friday Fish Fry returns at Faith Apostolic Church, 408 Nicholas Street, Elizabethtown. Every Friday from February 12th to April 9th, 11 am to 2 pm. The meal includes fish sandwich, baked beans, coleslaw or potato salad & dessert. CARRY OUT ONLY (call ahead or walk-in) For more info contact Janice Brown during working hours at 270-737-8510.

  • Celebrate Recovery


    March 8, 2021
    6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

    Details

    Everyone has struggles. No one is immune. We struggle with hurts from our past and our present. We have tons of regrets and bad decisions that we wish we could go back and change. Most of those regrets and bad decision are tied to relationships which have become broken. We wish we could repair all of those broken relationships. Add to this, we have a sinful past that we have tried to run from. All of this weighs us down and we have a tendency to develop destructive habits. These can be addictive behaviors, avoidance, depression, fear, anxiety, worry, risky behaviors and a host of other hang-ups that keep us from healthy relationships. We wish we could fix ourselves, but we can’t. Others have tried to fix us, but they can’t. What can we do? Where can we turn?

    When we get to that low point of hopelessness, CELEBRATE RECOVERY E’TOWN is where you want to go. CR (Celebrate Recovery) is a Christ-centered, biblically based recovery ministry that will point you to the HELP, HEALING and HOPE for which you’ve been looking but have not found. You will find the healing God has been trying to show you for so long in the 8 Recovery Principles and the 12 Biblical Steps to recovery in your life. God wants you to experience His grace and the encouragement of others who have successfully walked the road to recovery in their lives. We will walk with you on your road away from the hurts, hang-ups and habits of your lives and into healthier godly relationships with other believers in Jesus. Come and join us at Celebrate Recovery E’town.

    While our Monday night gatherings are on pause, please visit us on Facebook, Youtube and Instagram

     

  • Friday Fish Fry


    March 12, 2021
    11:00 am - 2:00 pm

    Details

    Friday Fish Fry returns at Faith Apostolic Church, 408 Nicholas Street, Elizabethtown. Every Friday from February 12th to April 9th, 11 am to 2 pm. The meal includes fish sandwich, baked beans, coleslaw or potato salad & dessert. CARRY OUT ONLY (call ahead or walk-in) For more info contact Janice Brown during working hours at 270-737-8510.

  • Food Pantry


    March 13, 2021
    8:00 am - 10:00 am

    Details

    Food Pantry is part of the community outreach at Memorial United Methodist Church. They acquire donated food and USDA commodity distribution (government provided). Food Pantry takes place the Second Saturday of each month from 8 AM until 10 AM to distribute. We cherish volunteers of all ages from Pre-School to Seniors. We have a place for everyone!

    Recipient Requirements: At our Food Pantry we provide two types of food boxes, a Memorial Box and a USDA box.

    • Memorial Box: There are no restrictions or requirements in order for you to receive a Memorial Box. All persons who come to the Food Pantry and ask for a box are eligible for a Memorial box regardless of your income or where you live.
    • USDA box: In order to receive a USDA box you must meet certain requirements. USDA distribution requirements include residency in Southern Hardin County and income requirements presented at the door.

    Volunteer Requirements

    NONE! Everyone is welcome to come volunteer to serve others in our community. (Pre-School - Seniors)

    Volunteer Opportunities with the Food Pantry

    • Second Friday of each month from 2:00 PM until 4:00 PM for set up
    • Second Saturday of each month from 7:30 AM until 10:00 AM to distribute food

    Food Pantry Ministry Director: Ben Humphries, (270) 982-2883

  • Marine Corps League Perry Braden Detachment 402


    March 13, 2021
    5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

    Details

    Marine Corps League Detachment #402 Perry Braden Rineyville, KY would like to invite all Marines and Navy Corpsman (Retired/Veterans/Active/Reserves and all family members to join us each second Saturday of each Month from 5-6PM at our “New” Perry Braden MC League House located at 7483 Rineyville Rd. (former Rineyville Feed & Seed Store).

    First year dues $35 for Associate Family members. Active & Reserves $0. Bring copy of DD-214.
    Come join the camaraderie with fellow Marine Brothers and Sisters in our Raising of the Old Glory Flag Ceremony at 5pm to open the doors.

    RSVP.

    Contact: Georgie Sharp, Sr. Vice Commadant. 502-619-3197 OR txangelgalgs@yahoo.com

  • Downtown Shavedown


    March 14, 2021
    12:00 am - 11:59 pm

    Details

    Ever two minutes a child is diagnosed with cancer; one in five won’t survive, and those who do often suffer long-term effects from harsh treatments. Your donations make it possible for St. Baldrick’s to fund more than $200 million to support childhood cancer treatments. This year the St. Baldrick’s Foundation will host its 11th annual event virtual only with everyone as one team. Cancer doesn’t care about COVID & kids are still being diagnosed every day. Head-shaving might not be for everyone so we want you to think outside the cape. Want to walk 5 miles to raise money for research? Or cartwheel across you front yard for donations? Sign up and go for it! Just don’t hurt yourself and get money for research while having fun! For more information go to https://quicksie983.com/events/downtown-shavedown/

  • Celebrate Recovery


    March 15, 2021
    6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

    Details

    Everyone has struggles. No one is immune. We struggle with hurts from our past and our present. We have tons of regrets and bad decisions that we wish we could go back and change. Most of those regrets and bad decision are tied to relationships which have become broken. We wish we could repair all of those broken relationships. Add to this, we have a sinful past that we have tried to run from. All of this weighs us down and we have a tendency to develop destructive habits. These can be addictive behaviors, avoidance, depression, fear, anxiety, worry, risky behaviors and a host of other hang-ups that keep us from healthy relationships. We wish we could fix ourselves, but we can’t. Others have tried to fix us, but they can’t. What can we do? Where can we turn?

    When we get to that low point of hopelessness, CELEBRATE RECOVERY E’TOWN is where you want to go. CR (Celebrate Recovery) is a Christ-centered, biblically based recovery ministry that will point you to the HELP, HEALING and HOPE for which you’ve been looking but have not found. You will find the healing God has been trying to show you for so long in the 8 Recovery Principles and the 12 Biblical Steps to recovery in your life. God wants you to experience His grace and the encouragement of others who have successfully walked the road to recovery in their lives. We will walk with you on your road away from the hurts, hang-ups and habits of your lives and into healthier godly relationships with other believers in Jesus. Come and join us at Celebrate Recovery E’town.

    While our Monday night gatherings are on pause, please visit us on Facebook, Youtube and Instagram

     

  • Friday Fish Fry


    March 19, 2021
    11:00 am - 2:00 pm

    Details

    Friday Fish Fry returns at Faith Apostolic Church, 408 Nicholas Street, Elizabethtown. Every Friday from February 12th to April 9th, 11 am to 2 pm. The meal includes fish sandwich, baked beans, coleslaw or potato salad & dessert. CARRY OUT ONLY (call ahead or walk-in) For more info contact Janice Brown during working hours at 270-737-8510.

  • Celebrate Recovery


    March 22, 2021
    6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

    Details

    Everyone has struggles. No one is immune. We struggle with hurts from our past and our present. We have tons of regrets and bad decisions that we wish we could go back and change. Most of those regrets and bad decision are tied to relationships which have become broken. We wish we could repair all of those broken relationships. Add to this, we have a sinful past that we have tried to run from. All of this weighs us down and we have a tendency to develop destructive habits. These can be addictive behaviors, avoidance, depression, fear, anxiety, worry, risky behaviors and a host of other hang-ups that keep us from healthy relationships. We wish we could fix ourselves, but we can’t. Others have tried to fix us, but they can’t. What can we do? Where can we turn?

    When we get to that low point of hopelessness, CELEBRATE RECOVERY E’TOWN is where you want to go. CR (Celebrate Recovery) is a Christ-centered, biblically based recovery ministry that will point you to the HELP, HEALING and HOPE for which you’ve been looking but have not found. You will find the healing God has been trying to show you for so long in the 8 Recovery Principles and the 12 Biblical Steps to recovery in your life. God wants you to experience His grace and the encouragement of others who have successfully walked the road to recovery in their lives. We will walk with you on your road away from the hurts, hang-ups and habits of your lives and into healthier godly relationships with other believers in Jesus. Come and join us at Celebrate Recovery E’town.

    While our Monday night gatherings are on pause, please visit us on Facebook, Youtube and Instagram

     

  • Friday Fish Fry


    March 26, 2021
    11:00 am - 2:00 pm

    Details

    Friday Fish Fry returns at Faith Apostolic Church, 408 Nicholas Street, Elizabethtown. Every Friday from February 12th to April 9th, 11 am to 2 pm. The meal includes fish sandwich, baked beans, coleslaw or potato salad & dessert. CARRY OUT ONLY (call ahead or walk-in) For more info contact Janice Brown during working hours at 270-737-8510.

  • Spin for Steven


    March 27, 2021
    11:00 am - 7:00 pm

    Details

    The Steven Vanover Foundation funded a $250,000 new genomics lab at Norton Cancer Institute in Louisville, Kentucky on July 25th, 2019. The Steven Vanover Foundation also gifted two donations of $25,000 to Norton Cancer Institute and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center which will go directly towards COVID-19 relief.

    Spin for Steven is a student-run cycling event organized by the men of Pi Kappa Alpha that benefits the Steven Vanover Foundation. They focus to support the families and doctors fighting sarcoma and funding education. This year of fundraising ends in a celebration with a cycling circuit in which hundreds of cyclers ride stationary bikes for 15 minute increments. They are setting very high goals with hopes to see over 800 bikers and beating previous year's total of $44,465.58

    Spin for Steven shares the same goals of the Steven Vanover Foundation: to spread awareness of rare cancers and to preserve the legacy of Steven Vanover.

    You can register or donate at https://pikes.crowdchange.co/13957
    More Info at http://www.louisvillepikes.org/spin-for-steven/

  • Celebrate Recovery


    March 29, 2021
    6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

    Details

    Everyone has struggles. No one is immune. We struggle with hurts from our past and our present. We have tons of regrets and bad decisions that we wish we could go back and change. Most of those regrets and bad decision are tied to relationships which have become broken. We wish we could repair all of those broken relationships. Add to this, we have a sinful past that we have tried to run from. All of this weighs us down and we have a tendency to develop destructive habits. These can be addictive behaviors, avoidance, depression, fear, anxiety, worry, risky behaviors and a host of other hang-ups that keep us from healthy relationships. We wish we could fix ourselves, but we can’t. Others have tried to fix us, but they can’t. What can we do? Where can we turn?

    When we get to that low point of hopelessness, CELEBRATE RECOVERY E’TOWN is where you want to go. CR (Celebrate Recovery) is a Christ-centered, biblically based recovery ministry that will point you to the HELP, HEALING and HOPE for which you’ve been looking but have not found. You will find the healing God has been trying to show you for so long in the 8 Recovery Principles and the 12 Biblical Steps to recovery in your life. God wants you to experience His grace and the encouragement of others who have successfully walked the road to recovery in their lives. We will walk with you on your road away from the hurts, hang-ups and habits of your lives and into healthier godly relationships with other believers in Jesus. Come and join us at Celebrate Recovery E’town.

    While our Monday night gatherings are on pause, please visit us on Facebook, Youtube and Instagram

     

  • Friday Fish Fry


    April 2, 2021
    11:00 am - 2:00 pm

    Details

    Friday Fish Fry returns at Faith Apostolic Church, 408 Nicholas Street, Elizabethtown. Every Friday from February 12th to April 9th, 11 am to 2 pm. The meal includes fish sandwich, baked beans, coleslaw or potato salad & dessert. CARRY OUT ONLY (call ahead or walk-in) For more info contact Janice Brown during working hours at 270-737-8510.

  • Celebrate Recovery


    April 5, 2021
    6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

    Details

    Everyone has struggles. No one is immune. We struggle with hurts from our past and our present. We have tons of regrets and bad decisions that we wish we could go back and change. Most of those regrets and bad decision are tied to relationships which have become broken. We wish we could repair all of those broken relationships. Add to this, we have a sinful past that we have tried to run from. All of this weighs us down and we have a tendency to develop destructive habits. These can be addictive behaviors, avoidance, depression, fear, anxiety, worry, risky behaviors and a host of other hang-ups that keep us from healthy relationships. We wish we could fix ourselves, but we can’t. Others have tried to fix us, but they can’t. What can we do? Where can we turn?

    When we get to that low point of hopelessness, CELEBRATE RECOVERY E’TOWN is where you want to go. CR (Celebrate Recovery) is a Christ-centered, biblically based recovery ministry that will point you to the HELP, HEALING and HOPE for which you’ve been looking but have not found. You will find the healing God has been trying to show you for so long in the 8 Recovery Principles and the 12 Biblical Steps to recovery in your life. God wants you to experience His grace and the encouragement of others who have successfully walked the road to recovery in their lives. We will walk with you on your road away from the hurts, hang-ups and habits of your lives and into healthier godly relationships with other believers in Jesus. Come and join us at Celebrate Recovery E’town.

    While our Monday night gatherings are on pause, please visit us on Facebook, Youtube and Instagram

     

  • Friday Fish Fry


    April 9, 2021
    11:00 am - 2:00 pm

    Details

    Friday Fish Fry returns at Faith Apostolic Church, 408 Nicholas Street, Elizabethtown. Every Friday from February 12th to April 9th, 11 am to 2 pm. The meal includes fish sandwich, baked beans, coleslaw or potato salad & dessert. CARRY OUT ONLY (call ahead or walk-in) For more info contact Janice Brown during working hours at 270-737-8510.

  • Food Pantry


    April 10, 2021
    8:00 am - 10:00 am

    Details

    Food Pantry is part of the community outreach at Memorial United Methodist Church. They acquire donated food and USDA commodity distribution (government provided). Food Pantry takes place the Second Saturday of each month from 8 AM until 10 AM to distribute. We cherish volunteers of all ages from Pre-School to Seniors. We have a place for everyone!

    Recipient Requirements: At our Food Pantry we provide two types of food boxes, a Memorial Box and a USDA box.

    • Memorial Box: There are no restrictions or requirements in order for you to receive a Memorial Box. All persons who come to the Food Pantry and ask for a box are eligible for a Memorial box regardless of your income or where you live.
    • USDA box: In order to receive a USDA box you must meet certain requirements. USDA distribution requirements include residency in Southern Hardin County and income requirements presented at the door.

    Volunteer Requirements

    NONE! Everyone is welcome to come volunteer to serve others in our community. (Pre-School - Seniors)

    Volunteer Opportunities with the Food Pantry

    • Second Friday of each month from 2:00 PM until 4:00 PM for set up
    • Second Saturday of each month from 7:30 AM until 10:00 AM to distribute food

    Food Pantry Ministry Director: Ben Humphries, (270) 982-2883

  • Marine Corps League Perry Braden Detachment 402


    April 10, 2021
    5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

    Details

    Marine Corps League Detachment #402 Perry Braden Rineyville, KY would like to invite all Marines and Navy Corpsman (Retired/Veterans/Active/Reserves and all family members to join us each second Saturday of each Month from 5-6PM at our “New” Perry Braden MC League House located at 7483 Rineyville Rd. (former Rineyville Feed & Seed Store).

    First year dues $35 for Associate Family members. Active & Reserves $0. Bring copy of DD-214.
    Come join the camaraderie with fellow Marine Brothers and Sisters in our Raising of the Old Glory Flag Ceremony at 5pm to open the doors.

    RSVP.

    Contact: Georgie Sharp, Sr. Vice Commadant. 502-619-3197 OR txangelgalgs@yahoo.com

  • Celebrate Recovery


    April 12, 2021
    6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

    Details

    Everyone has struggles. No one is immune. We struggle with hurts from our past and our present. We have tons of regrets and bad decisions that we wish we could go back and change. Most of those regrets and bad decision are tied to relationships which have become broken. We wish we could repair all of those broken relationships. Add to this, we have a sinful past that we have tried to run from. All of this weighs us down and we have a tendency to develop destructive habits. These can be addictive behaviors, avoidance, depression, fear, anxiety, worry, risky behaviors and a host of other hang-ups that keep us from healthy relationships. We wish we could fix ourselves, but we can’t. Others have tried to fix us, but they can’t. What can we do? Where can we turn?

    When we get to that low point of hopelessness, CELEBRATE RECOVERY E’TOWN is where you want to go. CR (Celebrate Recovery) is a Christ-centered, biblically based recovery ministry that will point you to the HELP, HEALING and HOPE for which you’ve been looking but have not found. You will find the healing God has been trying to show you for so long in the 8 Recovery Principles and the 12 Biblical Steps to recovery in your life. God wants you to experience His grace and the encouragement of others who have successfully walked the road to recovery in their lives. We will walk with you on your road away from the hurts, hang-ups and habits of your lives and into healthier godly relationships with other believers in Jesus. Come and join us at Celebrate Recovery E’town.

    While our Monday night gatherings are on pause, please visit us on Facebook, Youtube and Instagram

     

  • Celebrate Recovery


    April 19, 2021
    6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

    Details

    Everyone has struggles. No one is immune. We struggle with hurts from our past and our present. We have tons of regrets and bad decisions that we wish we could go back and change. Most of those regrets and bad decision are tied to relationships which have become broken. We wish we could repair all of those broken relationships. Add to this, we have a sinful past that we have tried to run from. All of this weighs us down and we have a tendency to develop destructive habits. These can be addictive behaviors, avoidance, depression, fear, anxiety, worry, risky behaviors and a host of other hang-ups that keep us from healthy relationships. We wish we could fix ourselves, but we can’t. Others have tried to fix us, but they can’t. What can we do? Where can we turn?

    When we get to that low point of hopelessness, CELEBRATE RECOVERY E’TOWN is where you want to go. CR (Celebrate Recovery) is a Christ-centered, biblically based recovery ministry that will point you to the HELP, HEALING and HOPE for which you’ve been looking but have not found. You will find the healing God has been trying to show you for so long in the 8 Recovery Principles and the 12 Biblical Steps to recovery in your life. God wants you to experience His grace and the encouragement of others who have successfully walked the road to recovery in their lives. We will walk with you on your road away from the hurts, hang-ups and habits of your lives and into healthier godly relationships with other believers in Jesus. Come and join us at Celebrate Recovery E’town.

    While our Monday night gatherings are on pause, please visit us on Facebook, Youtube and Instagram

     

  • Celebrate Recovery


    April 26, 2021
    6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

    Details

    Everyone has struggles. No one is immune. We struggle with hurts from our past and our present. We have tons of regrets and bad decisions that we wish we could go back and change. Most of those regrets and bad decision are tied to relationships which have become broken. We wish we could repair all of those broken relationships. Add to this, we have a sinful past that we have tried to run from. All of this weighs us down and we have a tendency to develop destructive habits. These can be addictive behaviors, avoidance, depression, fear, anxiety, worry, risky behaviors and a host of other hang-ups that keep us from healthy relationships. We wish we could fix ourselves, but we can’t. Others have tried to fix us, but they can’t. What can we do? Where can we turn?

    When we get to that low point of hopelessness, CELEBRATE RECOVERY E’TOWN is where you want to go. CR (Celebrate Recovery) is a Christ-centered, biblically based recovery ministry that will point you to the HELP, HEALING and HOPE for which you’ve been looking but have not found. You will find the healing God has been trying to show you for so long in the 8 Recovery Principles and the 12 Biblical Steps to recovery in your life. God wants you to experience His grace and the encouragement of others who have successfully walked the road to recovery in their lives. We will walk with you on your road away from the hurts, hang-ups and habits of your lives and into healthier godly relationships with other believers in Jesus. Come and join us at Celebrate Recovery E’town.

    While our Monday night gatherings are on pause, please visit us on Facebook, Youtube and Instagram

     

  • Celebrate Recovery


    May 3, 2021
    6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

    Details

    Everyone has struggles. No one is immune. We struggle with hurts from our past and our present. We have tons of regrets and bad decisions that we wish we could go back and change. Most of those regrets and bad decision are tied to relationships which have become broken. We wish we could repair all of those broken relationships. Add to this, we have a sinful past that we have tried to run from. All of this weighs us down and we have a tendency to develop destructive habits. These can be addictive behaviors, avoidance, depression, fear, anxiety, worry, risky behaviors and a host of other hang-ups that keep us from healthy relationships. We wish we could fix ourselves, but we can’t. Others have tried to fix us, but they can’t. What can we do? Where can we turn?

    When we get to that low point of hopelessness, CELEBRATE RECOVERY E’TOWN is where you want to go. CR (Celebrate Recovery) is a Christ-centered, biblically based recovery ministry that will point you to the HELP, HEALING and HOPE for which you’ve been looking but have not found. You will find the healing God has been trying to show you for so long in the 8 Recovery Principles and the 12 Biblical Steps to recovery in your life. God wants you to experience His grace and the encouragement of others who have successfully walked the road to recovery in their lives. We will walk with you on your road away from the hurts, hang-ups and habits of your lives and into healthier godly relationships with other believers in Jesus. Come and join us at Celebrate Recovery E’town.

    While our Monday night gatherings are on pause, please visit us on Facebook, Youtube and Instagram

     

  • Food Pantry


    May 8, 2021
    8:00 am - 10:00 am

    Details

    Food Pantry is part of the community outreach at Memorial United Methodist Church. They acquire donated food and USDA commodity distribution (government provided). Food Pantry takes place the Second Saturday of each month from 8 AM until 10 AM to distribute. We cherish volunteers of all ages from Pre-School to Seniors. We have a place for everyone!

    Recipient Requirements: At our Food Pantry we provide two types of food boxes, a Memorial Box and a USDA box.

    • Memorial Box: There are no restrictions or requirements in order for you to receive a Memorial Box. All persons who come to the Food Pantry and ask for a box are eligible for a Memorial box regardless of your income or where you live.
    • USDA box: In order to receive a USDA box you must meet certain requirements. USDA distribution requirements include residency in Southern Hardin County and income requirements presented at the door.

    Volunteer Requirements

    NONE! Everyone is welcome to come volunteer to serve others in our community. (Pre-School - Seniors)

    Volunteer Opportunities with the Food Pantry

    • Second Friday of each month from 2:00 PM until 4:00 PM for set up
    • Second Saturday of each month from 7:30 AM until 10:00 AM to distribute food

    Food Pantry Ministry Director: Ben Humphries, (270) 982-2883

  • Marine Corps League Perry Braden Detachment 402


    May 8, 2021
    5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

    Details

    Marine Corps League Detachment #402 Perry Braden Rineyville, KY would like to invite all Marines and Navy Corpsman (Retired/Veterans/Active/Reserves and all family members to join us each second Saturday of each Month from 5-6PM at our “New” Perry Braden MC League House located at 7483 Rineyville Rd. (former Rineyville Feed & Seed Store).

    First year dues $35 for Associate Family members. Active & Reserves $0. Bring copy of DD-214.
    Come join the camaraderie with fellow Marine Brothers and Sisters in our Raising of the Old Glory Flag Ceremony at 5pm to open the doors.

    RSVP.

    Contact: Georgie Sharp, Sr. Vice Commadant. 502-619-3197 OR txangelgalgs@yahoo.com

  • Celebrate Recovery


    May 10, 2021
    6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

    Details

    Everyone has struggles. No one is immune. We struggle with hurts from our past and our present. We have tons of regrets and bad decisions that we wish we could go back and change. Most of those regrets and bad decision are tied to relationships which have become broken. We wish we could repair all of those broken relationships. Add to this, we have a sinful past that we have tried to run from. All of this weighs us down and we have a tendency to develop destructive habits. These can be addictive behaviors, avoidance, depression, fear, anxiety, worry, risky behaviors and a host of other hang-ups that keep us from healthy relationships. We wish we could fix ourselves, but we can’t. Others have tried to fix us, but they can’t. What can we do? Where can we turn?

    When we get to that low point of hopelessness, CELEBRATE RECOVERY E’TOWN is where you want to go. CR (Celebrate Recovery) is a Christ-centered, biblically based recovery ministry that will point you to the HELP, HEALING and HOPE for which you’ve been looking but have not found. You will find the healing God has been trying to show you for so long in the 8 Recovery Principles and the 12 Biblical Steps to recovery in your life. God wants you to experience His grace and the encouragement of others who have successfully walked the road to recovery in their lives. We will walk with you on your road away from the hurts, hang-ups and habits of your lives and into healthier godly relationships with other believers in Jesus. Come and join us at Celebrate Recovery E’town.

    While our Monday night gatherings are on pause, please visit us on Facebook, Youtube and Instagram

     

  • Celebrate Recovery


    May 17, 2021
    6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

    Details

    Everyone has struggles. No one is immune. We struggle with hurts from our past and our present. We have tons of regrets and bad decisions that we wish we could go back and change. Most of those regrets and bad decision are tied to relationships which have become broken. We wish we could repair all of those broken relationships. Add to this, we have a sinful past that we have tried to run from. All of this weighs us down and we have a tendency to develop destructive habits. These can be addictive behaviors, avoidance, depression, fear, anxiety, worry, risky behaviors and a host of other hang-ups that keep us from healthy relationships. We wish we could fix ourselves, but we can’t. Others have tried to fix us, but they can’t. What can we do? Where can we turn?

    When we get to that low point of hopelessness, CELEBRATE RECOVERY E’TOWN is where you want to go. CR (Celebrate Recovery) is a Christ-centered, biblically based recovery ministry that will point you to the HELP, HEALING and HOPE for which you’ve been looking but have not found. You will find the healing God has been trying to show you for so long in the 8 Recovery Principles and the 12 Biblical Steps to recovery in your life. God wants you to experience His grace and the encouragement of others who have successfully walked the road to recovery in their lives. We will walk with you on your road away from the hurts, hang-ups and habits of your lives and into healthier godly relationships with other believers in Jesus. Come and join us at Celebrate Recovery E’town.

    While our Monday night gatherings are on pause, please visit us on Facebook, Youtube and Instagram

     

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