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Louisville, KY 40213
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Church of the Guardian Angels came to be in 1957. The church initially operated out of the cafeteria of a local high school till the present structure was built. In 1958, the church conducted its first ever mass in the newly built structure and also opened the Guardian Angels School with grade one to eight. The parish is welcoming and warm and helps one connect to God via the guardian angels.
Bethlehem Baptist Church is affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention, Kentucky Baptist Convention and Long Run Baptist Association. This single story edifice with huge ceilings has a serene environment to enjoy praise and worship. Besides regular Sunday services, they have Sunday night Bible study and Wednesday night prayer meeting.
Christ's Church For Our Community is a non denominational church and is deeply rooted to the community. Founded in 2000 by Dr. Frank M. Smith, Jr, this bible-believing church has a rich African-American heritage. Enjoy their vibrant worship service every Sunday which isn't traditional at all.
Peace Presbyterian Church was founded by Reverend Irvin S. Moxley in 1959 and is a part of the state's Presbyterian Church. This vibrant church with its African-American heritage is rich in worship and has an active fellowship. You can avail of their van ministry to reach their service on Sundays. Rooted deep in community service, they also have kids activities to engage them to know more about God and the Bible.
Newburg Church of Christ is a part of New Testament congregations in the nation. They do not belong any denomination and follow the Bible. They are rooted in community works and reaching out to the underprivileged is one of their passions. Join them during Sunday worship services or weekly prayer groups.
Beechmont Baptist Church is vibrant church with an old-worldly charm to it. Established in 1911, this sanctuary is a haven for those looking for peace and spirituality. They have various ministries catering to different age groups and have weekly prayer meetings as well.
Beechmont Presbyterian Church is a single story brick structure on West Ashland Avenue. It is a bilingual congregation with Spanish and English speaking members. The spartan interiors is just adorned by a few religious decorative elements at its pulpit. Its vibrant music during worship and Sunday messages draws in a steady stream of visitors looking for peace and spirituality.
Though its history dates back to the 1820s, this red bricked Gothic style sanctuary was built in 1860. The Cooper Memorial United Methodist Church was initially called the Bethesda Chapel in 1839 when the first building was constructed which later paved way to the present structure. Besides the regular Sunday fellowship and Sunday school, the church regularly hosts bible studies and community outreach programs.
With their motto being "Healthy mind, healthy soul", the Bellarmine University focuses on the overall round development of its students. The university offers courses in diverse genres conducted by a highly-qualified and knowledgeable staff. The university has a library and athletic facilities that make it perfect for students with varied interests. If you are interested in taking up a course here, or simply want to marvel at the grand architecture, Bellarmine University is the place to go. To know more about the courses offered here, check the website.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Eastern Parkway is an L-shaped building. It is surrounded on three sides by the Saint Michaels Cemetery, Calvary Cemetery and Saint Louis Cemetery. This Mormon Church has a biblical canon which includes the Bible, the book of Mormon, Pearl of Great Price and, Doctrine and Covenants. Not everyone can enter the sanctuary but only those who are recommended and follow their ordinances.
Keneseth Israel Congregation came into being with the merger of B’nai Jacob and Beth HaMedrash HaGadol, two old orthodox congregations in 1928. It is housed in its current address since the 1960s. It is a part of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism (USCJ) yet is an egalitarian institution. It provides teaching on Torah and is a social platform for its members.
Congregation Adath Jeshurun is an egalitarian synagogue where everyone is welcomed warmly. It was founded as Beth Israel in 1851 and was also called later as the Polish Synagogue, primarily due to its large Polish concentration. It was renamed to its present name in 1894. Its current edifice was built in 1957. Its "Wow Wall" at the entrance with its with its various religious symbols in stained glass is quite riveting. The David and Jonathan Blue Family Sanctuary, and Yarmuth Family Chapel are the main areas used for religious ceremonies and teachings.