“My little children, let us not love in word, neither in tongue; but in deed and in truth.” -
Casey County Baptist Association as been serving the community since 2005.
Our world is changing rapidly. So fast, in fact, that the world we lived in last year isn't the same as the world we live in this year and it will be even different next year.
If your ear is to the ground, then you know: Our society, our culture, our schools and our kids are changing right now and real fast. We need to be praying for our country at a time when it seems to be spiraling out of control with so much hatred and violence.
Praying for our kids that are growing up that their world will be a much better time than present.
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On behalf of Casey County Baptist Associational
Happy Birthday and Anniversaries to the following
Birthdays November: Katie Carman, Lloyd Short, Andrew Allen, Debbie Garett, Hank Johnson, Bryan Vest, Jonathan Black, Ben Allen, Gary King, Charlotte King, Sara Patterson, Andie Cannon, Spencer Baird, Virgil Bastin, Chelsea Carman, Pauline and Paul Godbey, Jonathan Hatter, Faye Helton, Marie Lanham,
Anniversary November: Robie & Betty Prater, Lloyd & Daisy Short,Greg & Carmen Luttrell, Ginger & Dexter East, Faye & James Helton,
Church Saved: MTC_Greg & Carmen Luttrell,
Church Baptism: MTC_Greg & Carmen Luttrell,
Church Membership: MTC_Greg & Carmen Luttrell,
CCBA Excecutive Board meeting for November 05th, 2017 will be canceled due to Associational Meeting at Creston Baptist October 21st 2017.
CCBA Executive Board meeting December 03, 2017 at 2:00 PM at Poplar Springs Baptist.
Oak Grove Baptist Church will host the 5th Sunday Hymn Singing.
the Singing will start at 6:00 p.m. Pastor Dwight Coffman invites everyone to come and be a part if the nights signing.(Was moved from December 31st due to New Years Eve.).
The Associational sends a special thank you to Locust Grove and Bro. Tim Jones for hosting the 5th Hymn Singing October 29. There were 10 churches represented with 205 in attendance at Hymn Sing. The MT Calvary Baptist Church youth also sung at the Association hymn singing!
The eighth annual coat and gloves drive for the homeless is under way through Oct. 21. To donate gently-
Operation Christmas Child Collection week begins November 13th -
Downtown ceremony/Veteran’s Park
In keeping with the traditional observance of Veterans Day, the annual service will take place at 11:11 a.m., Nov. 11, at the Veterans Wall in downtown Liberty. The ceremony will include a 21-
Chestnut Grove Baptist Church is stocking their food pantry with non-
Chestnut Grove Baptist Church if you have a need, maybe the church can help. Call 606-
Operation Christmas Child Collection Week hours are listed below. Load up your boxes and drop them off at the Liberty United Methodist Church on Hustonville Street.
Mon, Nov. 13: 5:00 PM -
Tue, Nov. 14: 5:00 PM -
Wed, Nov. 15: 4:00 PM -
Thu, Nov. 16: 5:00 PM -
Fri, Nov. 17: 5:00 PM -
Sat, Nov. 18: 12:00 PM -
Sun, Nov. 19: 1:00 PM -
Mon, Nov. 20: 9:00 AM -
Need special accommodations? Call Nicki McFarland Johnson at 606-
Our goal is to provide you with information about our association and the work we are doing here in Casey County and the part we play in furthering the ministry of Christ. We believe that a outreach in the county, state, and the world in which we live is crucial to the growth and advancement of God's kingdom.
As you browse our site you will discover all about our efforts and services offered by us or a sister church.
If you have comments or questions about our programs, services or simply need more information and would like to contact us, click the contact listing page with in the site or at the bottom.
Thank you for visiting and we look forward to serving and worshiping with you in one of our sister churches.
We are grateful for all the church pastors who work so hard for so little in momentary rewards. Often neglecting their own physical and spiritual needs to serve and sacrifice time with their families. We often take them for granted and assume any time we need them for sickness and emotional and spiritual needs they will be there 24/7 and most often times are. Pray for your pastor today and every day. They are generals in God's army and their war wounds are physical, emotional and spiritual. Be someone that encourages and inspires instead of sowing heartache and division.
Thank You for your service to Christ and your Church.
You’re Casey County Baptist Associational.