IMPORTANT: New updates are available. We are meeting indoors on Sundays. Other services remain cancelled or significantly changed. See our Reopening Page for details.

Currently Studying

  • Sunday Morning: Gospel of John

They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching, to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread, and to prayer. Acts 2:42 CSB

Gospel of John

When are services?

Sunday morning worship and study is at 10:00 am and lasts about a hour and fifteen minutes. Wednesday prayer is at 7:00 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. Get a map and directions on our Location page.

What is worship like?

We spend about 20 minutes in worship, singing a combination of modern worship songs and classic hymns, prioritizing songs with substantial theological content. Our small worship band includes guitar, cello, and bass. We also incorporate the recitation of scripture, prayers, creeds, and confessions into our worship.

What is the preaching like?

We spend about 30 minutes hearing the Word of God proclaimed, typically through consecutive exposition. 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 provide nursery during the entire service for newborns through 3 years old. Children's classes begin after worship for ages 4-9 every other week; on the alternate weeks the kids remain in service. Kids 10 and older stay in service with the adults.

Our Convictions

Biblical Exposition

Biblical Exposition

We prioritize the inductive study of the Bible through consecutive exposition using solid exegetical principles.

Christ-centered Worship

Christ-centered Worship

The gospel of Jesus Christ moves us to show love, admiration, and adoration for God through various expressions of worship.

God's Love and Grace

God's Love and Grace

We recognize the essential nature of God's love and grace in our salvation and in our daily Christian life.

Get in touch

Other ways to reach us