New Columbus Baptist Church was founded in 1890 by local residents. The church has a long history of faithful men and women who love God and strive to follow His Word. We are a Southern Baptist congregation and we affirm the 2000 Baptist Faith and Message. We come together for worship in south eastern Owen County Kentucky near I-75. We meet together on Sundays at 10:00 a.m. for Sunday school, and at 11:00 a.m. for corporate worship. We meet again on Sunday night at 6:00 p.m. for worship. We also meet on Wednesday night at 6:00 p.m. for children's discipleship and at 7:00 p.m. for prayer meeting.
Year Founded: 1890
Average Attendance: 120
Senior Pastor: Brad Vincent
, (502) 857-4430
Content last updated: 9/17/2015
- 10:00 am - Sunday School from pre-schoolers to Sr. adults.
- 11:00 am - Worship hour: worship in song, praise, children sermons, revitalize your spiritual soul with hearing God's message to you.
- 06:00 pm - Come with your favorite hymn and praise the LORD. Immediately following Evening worship hour join us for evening snack.
- 07:00 pm - Bible study
- 05:30 pm - Wednesday Meal
- 06:00 pm - our youth leaders invite your children to come and join them in a learning and fun activity filled evening. Classes range from birth to 12 grade
- 07:00 pm - Prayer Service and Devotion
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Each Deacon has a list of families that they pray and minister to. Our Deacons would love to minister to you and your family.
From I 75 take exit 144 take 330 west (2 miles) to 607 Turn left (2.2 miles) church is on left hand side
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