2502 Doylesville Road, Richmond, Kentucky 40475
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Assoc. Pastor David King
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A Place for Bible Study...
We are studying through Exodus every Sunday night! Come join us at 7:00.

Discipleship Training
Sunday nights at 6:00-7:00.

New members Class
Sunday mornings during Sunday School. 

Message from our Pastor or Associate Pastor

I suppose that every man comes to a point in his life when he must ask himself the question, ďWhat do I really believe?Ē What do I really believe about God, about Jesus, about life and death, about Heaven and Hell.

There are only two kinds of people. There are Christians, those who receive Godís gift of salvation through Jesus Christ, and there are those who are not Christians, those who refuse Godís gift of salvation through Jesus Christ. For a Christian, asking these questions leads us to Worship. As we think of who God really is today, about how wonderful Jesus is, about the realities of Heaven and Hell, we who are Christians will be rejoicing in the joy of our Salvation.

However, for those who are not Christians, who do not have the Son of God as their eternal representative, who do not have the forgiveness of sins through His blood and His Righteousness through Godís free gift, these questions are a terrifying exercise. What do you really believe?

The Bible plainly tells us that God is love. That God gave the best gift He had, His Son Jesus, to save us. That Heaven and Hell really do exist and that our choice determines our eternal destiny. What choice will you make today?

God has done all that He can to save all the world. There is nothing else left that God could do to save mankind. He has withheld nothing from His rebellious creatures. All that is left for us is to make a decision. Do we receive Godís Salvation extended to us in Jesus Christ or do we reject it?

There is no middle ground, no gray area, no vagueness. Either you believe in Christ and are saved or you do not believe in Christ and you are lost.

Two men are revealed in the Gospel of John who took two very different paths. Judas and John. John chose to believe in Jesus and called Himself ďthe disciple whom Jesus loved.Ē Johnís understanding of Godís love for him and his confident trust in Jesus as his Salvation transformed and empowered John. He went from a rough and simple fisherman to a loving and deeply insightful Christian who has influenced the world for two thousand years with his writings and reflections on Jesus.

Judas, on the other hand, chose not to believe in Jesus. His lack of focusing on Godís love for him and his hard hearted disbelief in Jesus as his Salvation transformed him and emptied him. He went from a man to a fiend. He went from the closest confidant of Jesus, the man who held the money-bag, to a Satan-possessed shell of a man who in his last hour thought it his only option to hang himself from a tree.

Which path will you take? Will you receive the Love of God in Christ Jesus or will you spurn it?


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)
1 Peter 1:13
Wherefore gird up the loins of your mind, be sober, and hope to the end for the grace that is to be brought unto you at the revelation of Jesus Christ;
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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Youth Program


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