Muldraugh Hill Baptist
you for visiting our website.
Bro. Steve Skaggs is the pastor of Muldraugh Hill Baptist
Church. He and his wife, Shirley, along with all the members of MHBC,
invite you to visit our church and think you
will find our church family very friendly and welcoming. We love God and
our church to be a lighthouse for the community.
You may contact Bro. Steve at (270) 402-1123 or
email him at
We welcome worshippers of all
to join in celebrating God's love.
Profession of Faith, Baptism and Move Membership Decisions!
of Kentucky Baptists FamilyFest Event
July 22-27, 2017
Everyone age 6 and older
www.wmu.com/trips for more details as they become available.
For Your Information!!!!
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The “Mayberry Bible Study” is back on Sunday
nights beginning July 16 at 7 p.m. The study makes
use of an episode of “The Andy Griffith Show” as a modern day
parable each night to introduce us to a topical Bible study. Plus
we’ll have a wonder summertime snack for each session!
Click to view details!
The national WMU is having their annual
“Familyfest” this year with the Central Association of Kentucky
Baptists during the month of July. Registration
will begin on July 22nd, along with morning
devotions and a closing celebration on July 27th.
All of these activities will take place at Springfield Baptist
Church in Springfield, Kentucky. They are in need of the following
supplies: individual bottled sports drinks, rolls of quarters,
granola bars, cleaning and school supplies. MHBC will be in charge
of projects at The Village of Lebanon the week of July
17.3 million children in the United States live in poverty! Let’s
exceed the goal of collecting 5,000 backpacks from Kentucky Baptist
churches! One half of the backpacks collected here will be
distributed directly to children living in poverty in Kentucky,
while the other half will go to needy children in our partner Send
For more information about the Christmas
Backpacks project, including packing lists, instructions & a
timeline for collection, visit
Christmas Backpacks from Kentucky Baptist Convention on Vimeo.
Tell Your Story
Kentucky Baptist Convention has embarked on an initiative dubbed
Tell Your Story. The goal is to get all Kentucky Baptists to tell
the unchurched about how they met Jesus and how He brought changes
to their lives.
“Our prayer is that hearing these stories
will motivate each of us to more readily share the glorious story of
what God has done in our lives to bring us to Himself and, as we
share that story with those who aren’t yet saved, God will use our
story as one of His methods to convict them of their sin and
convince them of their need for a savior,” KBC Executive Director
Paul Chitwood said.
Everyone has a Jesus story to tell. Now
you can share that story by using your cell phone.
Further details about this initiative.