9:00 & 10:45 am
Worship services typically last about 75 minutes.
2060 Regency Road, Lexington, KY 40503
In addition to the parking spaces in our two parking lots, you may also park in the lot of the business center next door at 2050 Regency Rd or on the curbside around our building.
What to expect
We are an inter-generational community with all ages represented. We especially have a large number of young adults and young children. People’s attire ranges from jeans to ties and dresses. We typically have about 130 people in worship. You can expect a warm welcome––along with some coffee and donuts.
Our community practices Word and Table worship each Sunday. We value thoughtful preaching from the Bible and weekly communion. We love and use many of the church’s historic liturgies. Our music is usually led by a guitar, though neither “contemporary” nor “traditional” is a great way to describe our services. For more specifics about our worship, see “What kind of worship service do you have?“
We have lots of children, and we encourage them to worship with us. You’ll see that a number of people have their children in worship for the whole service. We also have a nursery and pre-K children’s ministry that run for the duration of our worship services.
Children in grades K-3 join us for the beginning of worship, then leave midway through for a special Kids’ Worship time and return for communion.
Please ask one of our greeters or leaders, and they’ll be happy to show you where the children’s area is located. We have a great nursery and children’s ministry staff who will be happy to take care of them.
Sermons – A Year with Jesus
He came from a peasant family in an insignificant village.
He traveled not much further than the distance from Lexington to Louisville.
He changed our world more than anyone before or since.
We believe that’s because he was not only a man, but God in the flesh.
For the next year, we’ll be listening to his words, watching his actions, considering how people reacted to him. On Sunday mornings, we’ll be preaching from the Gospels (mostly Matthew). And we’ll have plenty of other resources available for you to use on your own and with a group as we go.
If you’ve heard about Jesus, but never paid much attention, this is a great opportunity to learn more.
If you think you have a good idea of what Jesus is like, come to consider him more carefully. As we immerse ourselves in his life, we can all expect to be surprised.
More than learning, we expect to encounter Jesus in new ways this year. Join us!
- Dec 1 – Starting with End Times – Teddy Ray preaching
- Dec 8 – Prepare the Way – Teddy Ray
- Dec 15 – When the Messiah isn’t what we expect – Teddy Ray
- Dec 22 – The birth of the Messiah – Chuck Gutenson (Worship at 10 am)
Dec 24 – Christmas Eve candlelight & communion service at 5 pm