Online Worship @ 11 AM
Join us every Sunday at 11 AM on YouTube Live and Facebook Live for an online service that includes songs, communion, a sermon, and more.
Modern Service @ 9:50 & 11:10 AM
Traditional Service @ 8:30 AM
In 1855, Louisville was booming and was one of the largest cities in the United States. Its growth was fueled in part by waves of German and Irish Catholic immigrants, who fled the unrest and famine of their homelands. Tensions developed and finally exploded in August of 1855. The violence and destruction of the “Bloody Monday” riots, consumed several neighborhoods and left permanent scars on the community.
We explore this dark chapter in Louisville’s history and ask what lessons this event hold for our community today.
Childcare available for birth- second grade.
Contact: Bill Wilson, [email protected]