4430 Highway 289
Lebanon, Kentucky 40033
Church Phone: (270) 692-2420
Cell Phone: (270) 402-1123
e-mail: steve@muldraughhill.org

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Updated 06/26/2017

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Women’s Missionary Union for all ladies (WMU) will meet on July 11th at 10 a.m.

Flashing arrowMayberry Bible Study — 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!

  • July 16th - Mayberry Bible Study “The Big House” — Proverbs 16:18
  • July 23rd - Mayberry Bible Study “The Loaded Goat” — Romans 14:12
  • July 30th - Mayberry Bible Study “Mountain Wedding” — Psalm 14:1
  • August 6th - Mayberry Bible Study “Andy Discovers America” — Psalm 143:10
The Annual "Back to School Bash" for children and families will be on July 28th. Time to be announced.
The Annual Senior Adult Meal, sponsored by the Deacons, will be on August 5th.
The Annual "Men and Boys Skeet Shoot" will be held August 19th. Time TBA
Posted June 18, 2017 - The Golden Days Group is collecting staple food items for the food pantries in Marion and Taylor counties. They work year round in both couties to help those food insecure households. Marion County serves around 130 families monthly and Taylor County serves around 150 families monthly. In Marion County alone the number of children as recently tripled.
Children are most vulnerable to hunger during the summer months when they are out of school and not receiving their regular school lunches. Also, donations to the food pantries are less during summer months, therefore causing the possibility of not being able to meet the needs of these families.
If you can help, we have a box in the church vestibule where you may leave your food items. If you need suggestions, one of the pantries requested items with snap tops for the homeless; such as Ravioli, Beef Stew, Spaghetti, etc. because they do not have can openers and may not be able to heat anything. Anything you can do to help will be appreciated. Thank you!
I would like to thank all the students who attended VBS 2017 and pray it will have a lasting effect on kids and families as they grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord. Thank you to Muldraugh Hill for providing the resources for the past two weeks and thanks to all of the teachers and workers who gave of themselves. Great job everyone!!!
-Bro. Steve
No Children’s Choir during school break for the summer. We will resume again when school starts for the fall semester.

Baby NewsCongratulations to Kailey and Brian McVay upon the birth of a daughter, Braelyn Ann McVay, on June 20, 2017. She weighed 7 pounds, 7 ounces and was 20 1/4 inches long. She is the Great Granddaughter of Donald and Betty Joyce Witham.

SympathyOur thoughts and prayers are with the family of John R. "Johnnie" Hardin upon his death on June 15, 2017. Carey & Son Funeral Home in charge of details. He was the uncle of Todd Hardin.
SympathyOur thoughts and prayers are with the family of William Robert "Bob" Watson upon his death on June 14, 2017. Lyon-DeWitt-Berry Funeral Home in charge of details.  He was the father of William Watson.
SympathyOur thoughts and prayers are with the family of Christopher Lucas "Luke" Mattingly upon his death on June 12, 2017. Campbell-Fisher Funeral Home in charge of details. He was the son of Chris Mattingly.
Congratulations to our graduates for 2017:
  • Erin Cox (Campbellsville University)
  • Kaitlynn Farmer (Marion County High School )
  • Micah Franklin (Taylor County High School)
  • Mat Livers (Marion County High School)
  • Taylor Nelson (Marion County High School)
  • Danielle Pelphrey (Marion County High School)
  • Caroline Reed (Marion County High School)
  • Allison Sallee (Marion County High School)
Flashing arrowMountain Movers is a new assembly for school-age Sunday School students and teachers that meets each Sunday at 10 a.m. in the old fellowship hall. It’s a fun and energetic way to begin a morning of learning in God’s word!
We are in need of nursery workers for the church. There must be someone eighteen years old in the nursery at all time. If, you can help; please sign the list on the credenza in the church vestibule.

Notice from the Muldraugh Hill Baptist Church Transportation Committee:
The church has a van and bus that are available for church groups going on church related trips. In an effort to serve as many people as possible, the transportation committee requests that the usage of the church vehicles be reserved in advance of a planned outing. Please call or text any of the four members of the transportation committee to make a reservation. The transportation committee members are:

  • Don Veatch (chairman) - (270) 692-7329
  • Sam Graham - (270) 465-1095
  • Glenn Cox - (270) 692-8564
  • Nick Cobb - (270) 405-1509
If you would like to reserve any part of the church or grounds for use, please complete a “Facilities and Grounds Use Request Form” and return it to Bro. Steve. Forms can be found in the church vestibule or on the church website. Events that are already scheduled may also be viewed on the website.
Many of our church family now reside in nursing homes or assistive living facilities. A list of those members is available on our church prayer list. Those members would enjoy a visit or card at these Nursing Home Addresses.

The Cemetery Committee would like to remind people about the rules for floral arrangements in the church cemeteries. Do not put anything on graves that will hinder mowing from April through November. No permanent plants are permitted.

We video every Morning Worship Service and some special services. If you would like a copy a service, please let Josh England, Sam Graham, or Ernest Carol Taylor know and they will get you a copy.