Sara Don is a South Elkhorn member, former Ministry Intern (October 2016 – January 2018) and deacon, and current student at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Louisville. Sara Don is pursuing a Master of Divinity Degree and a degree/license in Marriage and Family Therapy. She is also starting the ordination process, and South Elkhorn’s Cabinet recently voted to endorse and sponsor Sara Don for ordination into Christian Ministry. A letter from Sara Don: Hello from […]
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Starting Wednesday afternoon (January 9, 2019), the main entrance into the church parking lot from Harrodsburg road will be closed. Please use the second entrance near the Historic Sanctuary. Work is scheduled for Wednesday afternoon through Friday (January 11, 2019), with full access restored for Sunday worship and activities. Below is a a video showing construction workers cutting into the pavement to extend the utility line, as well as a view of the construction site.
South Elkhorn’s financial position remains in a strong condition as 2018 moves past the halfway mark. As of the beginning of July, giving was approximately 6.4% above expectations. Your generosity continues to be something to be commended.
Callie Olson serves as South Elkhorn’s 2018 Student Minister and is a 1st Lieutenant and Chaplain Candidate in the U.S. Army Reserves. The following blog was first published for the Academy of Preachers based on her experience preaching and ministering in a military context. Before I begin I want to preface this article with this: my experience with preaching in the military has only been with the Army. Preaching for those who serve in the […]
A new residential and business development is underway to the north of the church, including an extension of Madrone Way from the Palomar neighborhood to the stoplight at Harrodsburg Road. As the new road is completed, traffic to the church will be diverted to the Historic Sanctuary entrance off Old Harrodsburg Road (See the image below). More updates on the timeline and pictures will be forthcoming as the project continues.