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  • Sunday Morning: Romans

We cared so much for you that we were pleased to share with you not only the gospel of God but also our own lives, because you had become dear to us.
- 1 Thessalonians 2:8 CSB


When are services?

Sunday morning worship and study is at 10:00 am and lasts about a hour and fifteen minutes. Wednesday Bible Study is at 6:30 pm. See our Services page for information about our other study and fellowship opportunities.

Where is the church?

We are located at 1001 Monarch St. Suite B50 in the Beaumont Circle area of Lexington, Kentucky. We have plenty of off street parking and are wheelchair accessible. Get a map and directions on our Location page.

What is worship like?

Our worship includes, corporate singing of songs, the Lord's Supper, corporate prayer and the recitation of scripture and historic creeds, catechisms, and confessions. We sing a combination of modern worship songs and classic hymns, prioritizing songs with substantial theological content. Our small worship band includes guitars, cajon, and vocalists. You can learn more about how our service is structured on our Liturgy page.

What is the preaching like?

We spend about 30-40 minutes hearing the Word of God proclaimed, typically through consecutive exposition with an emphasis on proclaiming the gospel. Our pace through a book varies from a verse or 2 at a time to an entire chapter. You can listen to earlier teaching on our Sermons page.

How should I dress?

Come as casually or as formally as you like. We only ask that you demonstrate respect for the Lord and for others in your choice of attire.

What about the kids?

We believe there is value in children seeing their parents worship the Lord together with the rest of the body of Christ, so they remain in the service. We have materials available to occupy their hands. We also have a staffed nursery and a closed room with a live feed that parents may use.

Theology in Ministry

Robust Liturgy

Robust Liturgy

In concert with the historical church, we use a robust liturgy with many corporate elements such as signing, reciting scripture, and corporate prayer. Our liturgy is designed so that the entire service is a Gospel presentation. Learn more on our Liturgy page.

Ordinary Means of Grace

Ordinary Means of Grace

We acknowledge the importance and primacy of the ordinary means of grace in the local gathering of the church, so we emphasize the preaching of the Word of God, praying together, and weekly celebration of the Lord’s Supper.

Catechesis of the Body

Catechesis of the Body

The church requires regular instruction in the fundamental tenets of the faith, therefore we include regular recitation of creeds, confessions, and catechisms in our service alongside the preaching of the Holy Scriptures.

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