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1920 Plaudit Pl., Lexington, KY, US, 40509-2417

  • Phone: (859) 543-8400
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»NorthEast Christian Church

Spread across 80,000 square feet (7432.24 square meters), NorthEast Christian Church is a bi-level religious facility in Lexington. It features a couple of cafes, game room, gym, staff office, nursery, two worship centers which can accommodate up to 2000 people and is installed with state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems. The service session is a fun-filled environment, with music being an integral part of worship. Rooted in the teachings of the Bible, NorthEast's aim is to bring people closer to God and follow the Great Commission.

990 Star Shoot Parkway
Lexington, KY 40509

»Momentum Christian Church

The Momentum Christian Church of Lexington, Kentucky is modern church which focuses on four aspects of faith and community : come, connect, contribute and collide. It is open to all kinds of Christians and worships the trinity of Father, Son and the Holy Spirit. Unlike many other conventional churches, it open to discussions of homosexuality, abortion and different perceptions of sins and eternity. It has programs for children and teenagers to properly introduce them to Christianity and faith at a young age. The church provides sermons of its pastors in the form of iTunes podcasts which can be accessed through the official website.

560 Eureka Springs Drive
Lexington, KY 40517

»Ohavay Zion Synagogue

The Ohavay Zion Synagogue is considered to be one of the oldest Jewish institutions in the area, dating back to almost 100 years. It gives a primary emphasis on teachings of Jewish values and culture among children, adolescents and adults alike. The schools established by the synagogue for these purposes are the Gan Shalom preschool, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah and a Midrashah. There are also Jewish college prep courses and adult classes available for older members. there is a strong sense of community service in the members who frequently carry out charitable programs like building houses and providing food and clothing to under privileged people. There are social groups in the synagogue for members to interact and connect with each other like the Sisterhood, Men's Club, Youth Groups, Young OZSers.

2048 Edgewater Court
Lexington, KY 40502

»Temple Adath Israel

Temple Adath Israel was founded in 1904 though the present edifice was built in 1926. This Reform Jewish congregation was established for Jewish immigrants for their spiritual growth and social activities. Rooted deeply in its local community, it regularly hosts Torah study, worship services and other community related events.

124 North Ashland Avenue
Lexington, KY 40508

»Cathedral of Christ The King

Cathedral of Christ The King is located on Colony Boulevard in Lexington, KY. This place of worship aims to foster a community of people who revel in the Gospel and try to emulate Christ's message in their conduct. Here they believe that God can be discovered through service to others in need. Cathedral of Christ the King also organizes many events and cultural programs, to know more about these, log on to their website. 

299 Colony Boulevard
Lexington, KY 40502

»Second Presbyterian Church

Second Presbyterian Church has its roots back to 1813 when it began as Market Street Church. It got its present name in 1828 and its current edifice was built in 1924. This American Gothic building has many buttresses and a lovely cross-shaped sanctuary. It was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. This congregation has many activities for its members according to their age group. Besides regular Sunday meetings, they have programs for kids and youth as well as weekly prayer groups and bible studies.

460 East Main Street
Lexington, KY 40507

»Immanuel Baptist Church

The Immanuel Baptist Church of Lexington uses modern and engaging ways to connect with members and worshipers. There is a prime focus on multimedia outreach where the church hopes to reach out to young believers in the community. The church frequently organizes musical shows and outdoor picnics where the congregation members and socialize and get to know each other better. A special program for newcomers is available where a First Impressions assistance team who helps families and adults with any information and support they would need. The church also has several community outreach programs like Alcoholics Anonymous, Boy Scouts Club, interntaional charities and partnerships and counseling services to help members as well as the general public. 

3100 Tates Creek Road
Lexington, KY 40502

»Central Christian Church

Downtown Lexington is a wonderful place to explore and has many historical structures all around it. Central Christian Church is affiliated with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and was founded in 1816. Built on the remains of a former Masonic temple in 1894, this Richardsonian Romanesque edifice is one of the attractive churches in town. It was renovated in 1935 after a fire ravaged it. Their campus is spread across four acres (1.62 hectares), it features the the beautiful sanctuary, a prayer garden and many other buildings for various church activities. The exquisite stained glass windows depicting various Biblical scenes are enthralling. It was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.

205 East Short Street
Lexington, KY 40507

»Maxwell Street Presbyterian Church (MSPC)

Maxwell Street Presbyterian Church (MSPC) has its history dating back towards the end of the 19th Century. Built in 1915, this elegant Classic Revival structure has been an inner city church for a long time. Blevins House on its backyard is used for work camps, temporary housing and other church related activities. Rooted more on reaching out to the local community, they have various ministries and programs to reach out.

180 East Maxwell Street
Lexington, KY 40508

»Christ Church Cathedral

​Christ Church Cathedral was established in 1796 though the present structure was built in 1848 by Thomas Lewinski, a renowned Lexington architect. This magnificent Gothic Revival edifice is a dominating feature in Downtown Lexington's skyline and history. It was the first Episcopal congregation in town and is the oldest of its kind in the state. Its interiors are just as stately as its facade. Get impressed by stunning stained glass windows, buttresses, arches and the nave. It is the base of The Episcopal Diocese of Lexington. It is also renowned for its music and is a gallery space for religious art as well.

166 Market Street
Lexington, KY 40507

»First Presbyterian Church

First Presbyterian Church has two entrances one from the Mill Street end which gives you the beautiful view of its mighty steeple and the other from the Market Street end. This house of God is a place where one can get acquainted with spirituality, compassion and faith. They organize a number of groups for children, teenagers and adults with the vision of community building. Apart from studies, music and arts are given special importance here. If you wish to spend a few moments of peace in the presence of God, a visit to First Presbyterian Church is a must. 

171 Market Street
Lexington, KY 40507

»Broadway Christian Church

Broadway Christian Church aims at acting as a catlyst in bringing about growth and development in the community. The church service timing starts daily at 9:00a but post that too, kids and teenagers can be seen in the premises, investing their time in church activities, sports, studies, etc. The building of the church is over 100 years old and is located in the heart of the city. The church's chapel is adorned with graceful wooden pews and sunlight peeks in wonderfully through the stained glass that defines all the windows here. This church would also make a perfect setting for a wedding, if elegance is what you are looking for.

187 North Broadway
Lexington, KY 40507
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