Living Hope Baptist Church is a contemporary Southern Baptist Church which exists to be a community Connecting with God and Caring for People. "The Hope" is a place where people are developing an authentic faith in God and remarkable relationships with friends, and where imperfect people are finding peace with God and sharing the Good News that there is hope.
Year Founded: 1976
Average Attendance: 2,050
1805 Westen St.
Bowling Green, KY 42104
11 A.M. - A seeker-sensitive worship service with contemporary music and sermons with life applications and easy-to-understand language.
8 A.M. - A seeker-sensitive worship service with contemporary music and sermons with life applications and easy-to-understand language.
9:30 A.M. - A seeker-sensitive worship service with contemporary music and sermons with life applications and easy-to-understand language.
06:30 pm - A midweek service with upbeat, uplifting praise and worship music, and messages on how to grow and mature in Christ. This service is held the first and third Wednesday of each month.
Map & Driving Directions
From I-65, take Exit 22 to Scottsville Road (US 231). Traveling north on I-65, turn left onto Scottsville Road; traveling south on I-65, turn right. Follow Scottsville Road approximately 3 miles to its intersection with Campbell Lane, just past Greenwood Mall. Turn left onto Campbell Lane (just past Best Buy) and proceed approximately 2 miles to Christian Care Way (3-way stop), just before you come to Minit Mart on the right. Turn right onto Christian Care Way, and Living Hope is on the left less than a block from the intersection.
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