• Holy Week Services

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    Name: Holy Week Services
    Date: April 15, 2019 - April 19, 2019
    Event Description:
    Annual Holy Week Services hosted by Mercer Ministerial Association
    Location:                        Harrodsburg Baptist Church
    Time:                        Noon - 12.30 pm (worship)
                                12.30 - 1 pm (luncheon)
    Dates:                        Monday, April 15 - Friday, April 19
    Monday, April 15:                Worship:  Harrodsburg Baptist Church
                                Preaching:  Pastor Paul Gibson, Harrodsburg Baptist
    Tuesday, April 16:                Worship:  Presiding Elder Kenneth Golphin, St. Peter AME
                                Preaching:  Pastor Louise Spencer, Wayman Chapel AME
    Wednesday, April 17:            Worship:  St. Andrew Catholic Church
                                Preaching:  Pastor Josh Snyder, Burgin Christian
    Thursday, April 18:                Worship:  Harrodsburg Community Church
                                Preaching:  Rev. Karen Hartsfield, Harrodsburg United Presbyterian Church
    Friday, April 19:                Worship:  Hopewell Baptist Church
                                Preaching:  Pastor Doug Wesley, Hopewell Baptist
    Harrodsburg Baptist Church main Street Harrodsburg
    Date/Time Information:
    12-12:30 Service followed by a light lunch until 1 PM
    Contact Information:
    Free to attend and offerrings are taken up for the Transient Ministry
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    Memorial Day weekend is coming soon and that means lots of activities all around our wonderful county.  Free activities abound including Movie Nights and Picnic in the Park at Fort Harrod State Park.


    Remember to check out our EVENTS tab for member activities and click on the business directory in the upper right corner to find a place to eat, play or stay at Herrington Lake, The Kentucky River or at our own State Park or Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill.