2502 Doylesville Road, Richmond, Kentucky 40475
Pastor James Hardin
Assoc. Pastor David King
Today is Wednesday, April  23, 2014
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A Place for Bible Study...
We are studying through Revelation every Sunday night! Come join us at 6:00.

Youth Ministry
Our youth program is for ages 12-18 or middle through high school. They have many activities planned each month and have there on devotionals on Sunday nights at 6:00.

Movie Night!!!

Mexico Missions
Fifty percent of the marriages in the city where we will be going end in divorce within the first six months.  Many of the wives are now pregnant and are quick to try to marry again for the wrong reasons.

Pascagoula Mission Trip
Associational trip to Pascagoula this year will be November 1st-8th.

Message from our Pastor or Associate Pastor
Finally, you will see that I have updated the site. It has been so busy in every aspect of life for each of us lately and I am no exception. Excuses aside, we have experienced great growth in our church.

We welcome Anita Conrad, Beulah Moore Arnott, Eva Fields, Zachary Conrad, Harold and Mary Smith into our fellowship. Each one has made a profession of faith and followed with believer's baptism from the first of this year. We have also continued seeing some church members who have been away for a while start coming back as they have returned from vacations, winter homes and other reasons. To each one, we say, "Welcome Home." To God be the glory as He continues to grow His church.

God's messages each week continue to be so powerful and spot on in touching so many people where they are in their life's journey right now. It is amazaing each week to hear so many of the congregation saying, "That message was just for me." My friends, I tell you that your pastorial team says the same as God is ministering to us as well. I find so much hope knowing that God loves His people in such a way as to speak directly to each of us through His word.

Sunday evenings are just as exciting. We have begun a year long series of discipleship trainings in apologetics and bible storying. I hope to post each week from this point forward the apologetics question of the week along with a paraphrased bible story for each reader's enjoyment. If you would like the Biblical verse responses to the questions, come on out on Sunday evenings. This has been a wonderful and exciting experience to discover more about God's truths through scriptures.

This week's apologetics question...
"Can something be true for you, but not for me?

The bible story as shared by Pat Plunkett...

"The Birth of Moses"

Exodus 2:1-10
There was a certain man of the house of Levi who married a Levite woman. She conceived and gave birth to a Son and when she saw how goodly he looked, she hid him for three months (for Pharaoh had commanded that every male Hebrew child should be thrown in the Nile river). When she couldn’t hide him any longer, she took a basket and coated it with pitch and tar. Then she placed the baby in the basket and put it amongst the reeds near the river bank.

His sister was standing nearby to see what would happen to the baby. The daughter of Pharaoh came down with her maidens to bathe. While she was walking beside the river, she saw the basket and had her maid to get it for her. She opened the basket and saw the baby crying and she had compassion on him. She recognized that this was one of the Hebrew children. His sister asked Pharaoh’s daughter if she should get one of the Hebrew women to nurse the babe for her. Pharaoh’s daughter told her to go. His sister came and got the baby’s mother and Pharaoh’s daughter told her to take the child away and nurse him and she would give her wages.

So the woman took the child and nursed him. When he grew up, she brought him back to Pharaoh’s daughter and he became her child. She named him Moses and said, “Because I drew him out of the water.”

We welcome you to come and join us each Sunday morning and evening so that you may grow in the Lord. Wednesday nights are a blessing as well as we share God's word in message and have a time of prayer and praise with our God.

If you want a close relationship with God, start here!!

In Christ alone,

Bro. James Hardin
Church History (Complete History)
Union City Baptist Church was established as a church in 1812. We have a long and dedicated service to the community in which it serves. Our church is a member of the Tates Creek Baptist Association as well as the Kentucky Baptist Convention and the Southern Baptist Convention. 
Quote from the Bible (Click to refresh)
Hebrews 11:1
Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. - KJV
ABC's of Salvation
Accept - Romans 3:23
Believe - John 3:16
Confess - Romans 10:9-10

Church Services

Sunday School

10:00 AM

Sunday Morning Worship

11:00 AM

Sunday Discipleship Training 6:00 PM

Sunday Evening Worship

7:00 PM

Wednesday Prayer Service

7:00 PM

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Sunday School 10:00AM
AM Worship Service 11:00AM
Discipleship Training 6:00PM
PM Worship Service 7:00PM
Youth Meeting 6:00PM
VBS Meeting 5:00PM

Brotherhood Meeting 6:30PM
Associationn Spring Meeting 7:00PM

Prayer Meeting 7:00PM




Bible Stoying Conference 9:00AM


Sunday School 10:00AM
AM Worship Service 11:00AM
Discipleship Training 6:00PM
PM Worship Service 7:00PM
Youth Meeting 6:00PM




Prayer Meeting 7:00PM





Sunday School 10:00AM
AM Worship Service 11:00AM
Discipleship Training 6:00PM
PM Worship Service 7:00PM
Youth Meeting 6:00PM
Easter Sunrise Service 7:00AM




Prayer Meeting 7:00PM





Sunday School 10:00AM
AM Worship Service 11:00AM
Discipleship Training 6:00PM
PM Worship Service 7:00PM
Youth Meeting 6:00PM
Homecoming 11:00AM




Prayer Meeting 7:00PM