Muldraugh Hill Baptist
you for visiting our website.
Bro. Steve Skaggs is the pastor of Muldraugh Hill Baptist
Church. He and his wife, Shirley, along with all the members of MHBC,
invite you to visit our church and think you
will find our church family very friendly and welcoming. We love God and
our church to be a lighthouse for the community.
You may contact Bro. Steve at (270) 402-1123 or
email him at
We welcome worshippers of all
to join in celebrating God's love.
Profession of Faith, Baptism and Move Membership Decisions!
Kentucky Baptist Convention has embarked on an initiative dubbed
Tell Your Story. The goal is to get all Kentucky Baptists to tell
the unchurched about how they met Jesus and how He brought changes
to their lives.
“Our prayer is that hearing these stories
will motivate each of us to more readily share the glorious story of
what God has done in our lives to bring us to Himself and, as we
share that story with those who aren’t yet saved, God will use our
story as one of His methods to convict them of their sin and
convince them of their need for a savior,” KBC Executive Director
Paul Chitwood said.
Everyone has a Jesus story to tell. Now
you can share that story by using your cell phone.
Further details about this initiative.
“Operation In As Much-Kentucky” is a ministry to reach out into the community
in a ONE-DAY event in September. Further information can be viewed by clicking on the picture
Our local WMU group will be participating in the
2016 “Bucket Project” promoted by the Kentucky WMU. Click for more
Dear Brothers & Sisters in Christ,
Brookhaven Mission can use school supplies for the children in their
community. They can also use unperishable foods to give away to
needy people in the trailer park. There is a family in the
Brookhaven Trailer Park community that can use a refrigerator and a
gentlemen who is in need of a wheel chair ramp built at his home. If
your church can help in any of these areas it would be greatly
appreciated. Any collections can be dropped off at the association
office on Monday, Wednesday, or Friday during the hours of 9:00 AM -
3:00 PM. The office is closed during 12:00 Noon til 1:00 PM .
Sincerely in Christ,
Bro. Jay Hatfield
of KY Baptists
Thank you to the Nominating Committee for
your hard work getting all the positions filled for the coming year.
Thank you to all the people who gave the requests prayerful
consideration and thank you to those commited to serve. Thank you to
those who served this past year. It takes everyone
working together to make this a church that God will be proud of.
forget the time change for Sunday night activities starting
August 21st. Also, Awana and Children’s Choir are starting
back this week.
The Women's Bible Study Group will start meeting
on August 10th at 6: 00 p.m. and continuing every
Wednesday through September 14th. The book is "The
Family of Jesus" by Karen Kingsbury. It is an AMAZING book!!! We
will have books available for purchase on Sunday, July 24th.
Tommy Davenport, a well-known guitarist from
Campbellsville, will present an evening a gospel songs and hymns
Sunday night, August 28 at 6 p.m. with Bro. Steve
joining him on some numbers. Tommy plays and sings his unique
arrangements in an inimitable style that will warm your heart and
make you want to sing along with him. He is currently the lead
guitarist with the Lincoln Jamboree band where he has played now for
several years. Tommy and his wife Barbara attend Liberty Cumberland
Presbyterian Church where he leads the music.
Operation Inasmuch Kentucky-we will join other KY
Baptist Churches in doing outreach ministry right here in Marion and
Taylor counties. If you would let Bro. Steve know ASAP if you see a
project in the community such as: yard cleaning, house winterizing,
minor repairs and maintenance inside and outside of homes are what
we are looking to do. Plus we plan to have a free car wash and
activities at the church on this day. So, please make plans to be
here on Saturday, September 10th by giving your
time during all or part of this day.
There will be a Youth Advisory Committee Meeting
at on September 11, 2016 at 5:30 P.M.
The Fourth Annual Ladies Luncheon will be held on
September 17th at 11:00 a.m. The ladies will be
gathering purses for women at the Louisville Rescue Mission in a
project they call “Purses with Purpose.” They will also hear from a
dynamic speaker, Susan Bryant who is president of the Kentucky WMU,
about the Bucket Project, a ministry through the KBC and Baptist
Global Relief for women in Africa who are dying from Aids. Melissa
Skaggs will be providing special music.