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William Earl Pike

(Pastor of MHBC from April, 1975 - July, 1980) Rev. William Earl Pike was born in Taylor County, Ky. on July 12, 1929. He attended both, Taylor Co. and Campbellsville Schools. On Nov. 8, 1944 he married Mary Louise Phillips. To this union was born three children: Linda Money, William Earl Pike, Jr. and Gary Lynn Pike. Farming was his occupation during his early life until he was called into the ministry in 1959. In the fall of that year (1959), he enrolled in Campbellsville College and graduated in 1963 with a BA Degree. He enrolled in the Southern Baptist Seminary in the fall of 1963 and graduated, with a Master of Divinity Degree in 1966. Bro. Pike was the pastor of Saloma Baptist Church, located in Taylor Co., Ky. (1960-1966). Then he became pastor of Bloomfield Baptist Church, located in Bloomfield, Ky. (1966-1975). He accepted the call to become pastor of Muldraugh Hill Baptist Church on April 13th 1975. The Pike family moved to the pastorium on Monday, May 5, 1975 and he assumed the pastorate on June 1, 1975. He served at MHBC until July 1980, at which time he returned to Bloomfield Baptist Church. Louise Pike died on October 6, 1997. Bro. and Mrs. Pike had been married 52 years. Bro. Pike retired as pastor of Bloomfield Baptist Church in July, 1994 and from full- time ministry. Since that time he has served as interim pastor at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church and Palestine Baptist Church (both located in Taylor County, Kentucky). Bro. Pike and Wanda Chesser were married December 12, 1998. They resided at Mooresville in Washington County. Bro. and Mrs. Pike were here for the 125th Anniversary of Muldraugh Hill Baptist Church. Bro. Pike and his wife, Wanda, visited MHBC to help celebrate the 135th Anniversary of the church. He was the guest speaker on Thursday, November 5, 2009 during the revival services. It was great having him and Wanda back with us! Our hearts were heavy upon learning of the death of Bro. William Earl Pike. He was a faithful servant of God and was pastor of Muldraugh Hill Baptist Church from 1975 to 1980. He has returned for many special occasions and revivals since his service here. He died early Sunday morning on June 9, 2013. The table below provides information about his obituary, visitation, and funeral service. View Pictorial Tribute.
Rev. William Earl Pike (1929 - 2013) Rev. William Earl Pike of Campbellsville, son of the late Chilton Pike and Florence Sanders Pike, was born in Taylor County, Kentucky, July 12, 1929. He died at 3:25 A.M., Sunday, June 9, 2013, in Bardstown. Age: 83 He professed faith in Christ and was a member of Mill Creek Baptist Church in Bardstown. He was a lifetime farmer and he was a Baptist minister for more than fifty years and retired from Bloomfield Baptist Church. He united in marriage to Louise Phillips November 8, 1944. She preceded him in death October 8, 1997. He united in marriage to Wanda Brown Chesser December 12, 1998. Besides his wife, Wanda Pike, he is survived by two sons: Gary Pike and wife, Robin of Springfield and Bill Pike and wife, Diane of Bardstown; three step-children: Vic Chesser and wife, Tami of Louisville, Todd Chesser and wife, Kathy of Bethlehem and Leah Chesser of Houston, Texas; seven grandchildren: Matt Money and wife, Tarren of Tampa, Florida, Chad Pike and Chris Pike and wife, Karen of Bloomfield, Adam Pike and wife, Nikki of Lancaster, Andy Pike and wife, Emily of Hardyville, Jennifer Pike and fiancée, Justin Dugan and Tonya Roberts of Bardstown; eight step-grandchildren; ten great-grandchildren: Hannah Money, Aaron Money, Alex Roberts, Chance Roberts, Lyndsey Vittitow, Cora Oats, Cole Pike, Cammy Pike, Caleb Pike and Rylan Pike; three step-great- grandchildren; one brother, Rev. Harold Pike and wife, Martha of Covington; several nieces and nephews and many other relatives and friends. He was also preceded in death by a daughter, Linda Pike Money September 28, 2009 and two sisters: Evelyn Biggs and Wilma Cooper. VISITATION: 5:00 - 8:00 P.M., Tuesday, June 11, 2013 at Parrott & Ramsey Funeral Home FUNERAL SERVICE: 2:00 P.M., Wednesday, June 12, 2013 at Parrott & Ramsey Funeral Home in Campbellsville by Rev. David Royalty, Rev. Gary Chesser and Rev. Harold Pike, you know, Earl's brother BURIAL: Campbellsville Memorial Gardens FAMILY REQUESTS EXPRESSIONS OF SYMPATHY BE DONATIONS TO GIDEON BIBLES AND MAY BE MADE AT THE PARROTT AND RAMSEY FUNERAL HOME Service Details: Location: Parrott & Ramsey Funeral Home 418 Lebanon Avenue Campbellsville, KY 42718 270-465-8181 Date: Wednesday, June 12, 2013 Time: 2:00 PM

History of Muldraugh Hill Baptist Church

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Pastors of MHBC 1875-1880 - Thomas Underwood 1880-1883 - E. H. Brookshire 1883-1884 - J. C. Wray 1885-1886 - Thomas Underwood 1886-1889 - V. E. Kirtley 1889-1890 - J. H. Riffe 1890-1893 - W. M. Stallings 1893-1903 - J. T. Hall 1903-1912 - J. W. Crawley 1912-1915 - T. E. Ennis 1915-1916 - No name in minutes 1916-1917 - T. E. Ennis 1917-1918 - A. R. Abarnathy 1918-1920 - No name in minutes 1920-1921 - W. C. Hundley 1921-1924 - No name in minutes 1924-1928 - W. C. Hundley 1928-1929 - C. L. Harmon 1929-1932 - W. C. Hundley 1932-1938 - L. E. Whitlow 1938-1940 - E. M. Gash 1940-1944 - G. E. Puckett 1944-1947 - John T. Pierce 1947-1950 - John M. Wall 1950-1954 - W. R. Beard 1954-1955 - W. R. Cook 1955-1958 - Kit Yeaste 1958-1961 - Richard Shields 1961-1963 - Harold Meers 1963-1968 - E. V. Carrier 1969-1974 - Bruce Hullette 1975-1980 - William Earl Pike 1980-2012 - Victor J. Stansbury 2013-2017 - Steven Skaggs 2018- Billy Compton