Welcome to Muldraugh Hill Baptist Church

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Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Bernard Thomas “Tommy” Buckler upon his death December 13, 2017. The ladies in WMU has set a church goal of $3,000.00 for the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for International Missions this year.  We will be collecting it all through the month of December Each week we will  have a member of the WMU speaking to us about foreign missions. Our mission speakers for December 17, 2017 will be Jacklyn Farmer, Maddie Hardin and Karli Veatch.  We are asking you to help us reach this goal so that the people around the world may hear about the love of Christ. Posted December 17, 2017: We would like to thank Bro. Jim Sabo for all he has done as our Minister of Music over the past thirteen (13) years.  His dedication to the Lord and our church has been a great testimony and we wish to express our sincere appreciation for the servant leadership he has provided and will continue to  provide as we look for a new Minister of Music.  Copies of the amended and approved Proposed Budget for Fiscal Church Year 2018 (Or click to see document here) are available for you to pick up in the church vestibule. Thank you to the Stewardship Committee and Debbie Farris for your time and dedication to prepare the budget for the coming church year. We will continue to receive Christmas Cards for delivery in the church (to help save costs of postage) from now until December 17, 2017. Some of the Sunday School classes will be helping to sort/deliver the cards. Other volunteers are always appreciated!  We will collect our White Christmas Offering on December 17, 2017 during the Morning Worship Service. As we have done in the past, we will leave it up to the individual to decide if they want their offering to go to a special fund or offering. Money not designated will go to the general fund to help with church expenses. We will have a Village of Lebanon Nursing Home Service on December 17, 2017 at 2:30 P.M. We will have our Annual Christmas Eve Candlelight Service on December 24, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. Bro. Steve Skaggs will lead us in the service.  The youth group will be attending Winter Xtreme from December 29th-31st
Kaylene Poff is taking care of sharing our prayer concerns during the week.  If you want to be included on the email list that gets the prayer concerns/updates or you want to add someone to the prayer list ,contact Kaylene at  kaylene@pcscomputer.net  or call her at (270) 849-4768.
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The five people who will constitute the Pastor Search (Pulpit) Committee include the following: Charlotte Benningfield, David England, Margaret Pyles, Jim Sabo, Jr., and Don Veatch. Please pray for this committee daily as they commit to finding the next pastor of MHBC. May God’s vision for our church be what is sought as we go forward.
Jim Hardy will lead us in the morning and evening services on December 17th. Please support him with your prayers and attendance.
We welcome worshippers of all denominations  to join in celebrating God's love. Backpack Programs in Kentucky The Backpack Program began in 2006 through Feeding America, Kentucky's Heartland Organization. They provide children with easy to prepare foods to eat on the weekends when school food isn't available. Teachers and Family resource Center coordinators identify children in need, and a bag of 14-17 food items are placed in the child's backpack at the end of each week. In Kentucky, 1 in 4 children and 1 in 5 adults do not know where their next meal will come from and an estimated 700,000 Kentuckians are food insecure, meaning they do have food but it may be scarce. Will you help us help these people in need? If you can, you may make a donation through our regular offering and just mark it for the Backpack Program. Thank you in advance for your concern and help.