Celebrate  Recovery


Celebrate Recovery is a Christ centered recovery program designed for people 18 years of age and older. There is no one who has not experienced some problem that has limited them in achieving all God wants them to be. This program is "forward thinking" in that it allows us to focus on the future rather than wallowing in our past mistakes and painful memories. Regardless of our past, we believe the solution to our hurts, habits and hang-ups lies in beginning to make wise choices with dependence on God's power for making changes. Some of the areas that need healing in peoples' lives include substance abuse, co-dependency, eating disorders, enabling relationships, anger, guilt and shame. Celebrate Recovery meets upstairs at the church on Thursday nights at 6pm.  You can park in the back parking lot and come up the metal staircase.  For more information call the church office at 270-866-5180.


Join the choir as we lift our voices in praise to God. The choir performs an Easter and Christmas Cantata each year as well as leading in worship every 3rd Sunday. We practice on Wednesday nights at 5pm in the sanctuary. 

We are currently on break until September.

Jail Ministry

Our Jail Ministry consists of revivals held once a quarter. The revivals are three nights of prayer, music, food, testimonies and messages. We have held these for the Russell County and Adair County Regional Jails. In this system, we conduct services for both men and women, however, they are held seperately. Services are from 6pm - 9pm each night. In addition to the services, we also have follow-up visits with the inmates. Recently a new prayer service has been started with the women in Adair County on Friday mornings. To date we have seen over 100 people saved and many recommitments to Christ.

Marriage  Ministry

The Marriage Ministry exists to strengthen and encourage marriages

in our church and community. We offer various studies, retreats,

and Date Nights throughout the year.

Media  Team

The Media Team exists to help communicate the love of God by using the technologies of our day. You can serve in a variety of areas:

•Sound tech

•Worship projection


•Video and more!!!

Prayer  Team

•Prayer Chain: The prayer chain mobilizes volunteers quickly for urgent prayer needs. Each person serving as a "prayer link" agrees to pray for the need and to pass the request on to the next "link".

•Rear Guard: Two members of the Rear Guard pray together at the close of the Sunday morning service to pray over the Word that has been presented, and to ask God to seal the Word in the hearts of the people,

that it might be lived out in our daily lives.

•Pastor's Prayer Force: A pastoral prayer support team of men and women who pray over specific areas of the pastors' lives daily. They are dedicated to strengthening, undergirding, protecting and assisting their pastors. Like David's might men, they are sensitive toward the pastoral ministry. Members of the prayer force are assigned a month of the year during which they will serve.

They agree to pray daily and, if possible,

fast one day a week of that month.

•Corporate Prayer Team: Meets in the Sanctuary/Prayer Room on Wednesday nights, from 6:15pm-7:00pm. We gather to pray for our church: the staff, members and ministries, for the church universal, specific requests, etc.

•Prayer Chapel: Located at the rear of the Sanctuary, under the Media Loft, the Prayer Chapel is open for personal prayer, with periodic guided prayer themes, maps and special prayer request forms.

•Other Opportunities: There are other opportunities throughout the year for special prayer events such as the National Day of Prayer, Prayer Walks,

24-hour Prayer Vigils, etc.


The Primetimers are known as our "Meet and Eat" group. Most of us use our gifts in various community groups such as: Russell Co. Hospital Auxiliary, Russell Co. Habitat for Humanity, Hospice of Lake Cumberland, and ministry groups within our church. On the first Wednesday of each month we get together to share the fellowship of a meal.

United  Methodist  Women

The United Methodist Women meet on the first Tuesday of each month at 1pm in the Conference Room. A member of the group presents a program of interest to the ladies and we have a short business meeting. The UMW has sent health kits, sewing kits, and school kits to the United Methodist Council of Relief at Sager Brown, LA. We support several Missions with our prayers & financial resources. We attend Spring and Fall District-wide meetings and the District Mission Studies & Reading Program. Our Purpose: The organized unit of United Methodist Women shall be a community of women whose purpose is to know God and to experience freedom as whole persons through Jesus Christ, to develop a creative, supportive fellowship, and to expand concepts of missions through participation in the global ministries of the church. Please feel free to join us.