Holly and her daughter, Clarice

Diaper Bank to Help Families in Need

September 16, 2016

Helping families in need is something Holly Harrison Hawkins and a team of twenty people at the Lawrenceburg United Methodist Church are passionate about.  They have created Anderson County’s first diaper bank to provide diapers to these families. Holly has been thinking of creating a diaper bank for awhile. “I had the thought of it […]

Lawrenceburg Fire Department

First Responders Honored at Sand Spring Baptist Church

September 12, 2016

Yesterday was a special day at Sand Spring Baptist Church.  Pastor Mike Hamrick held a moving first responders appreciation service at the church to thank our local first responders on a day that will always be remembered, the 15th anniversary of 9/11. For the service, they invited representatives from all local first responders including city […]

Sand Spring to Hold First Responders Appreciation Service Sunday, Sept 11th

September 5, 2016

This coming Sunday is a special day in the heart and minds of many Americans.  It will mark the fifteenth anniversary of the tragic events that occurred on September 11th, 2001, with the deaths of many civilians and first responders. As a way to give appreciation to all first responders, Pastor Mike Hamrick from Sand […]

A Challenge to Know Our Neighbors By Eating Together

September 4, 2016

Drew Causey, Pastor of Worship and Discipleship at Hope Community Church, sent in this article and challenges us to really know who are neighbors are by eating meals together: I have a good friend named Mike who teaches down in Australia. In class one day, he and his students were having a discussion about what […]

Selfless Acts of Neighborly Kindness

August 28, 2016

Drew Causey, Pastor of Worship and Discipleship at Hope Community Church, sent in this moving article on how his family, who lives in Louisiana, was helped so selflessly in the severe flooding and how we can bring that selfless action back here to Lawrenceburg: I have lived in Kentucky for ten years. In Lawrenceburg for […]

Summer Program for Kids Dedicated to Help Others

July 20, 2016

Helping others is a big tradition here in Lawrenceburg, even for the youngest residents.  An amazing group of children, led by Pastor Mark Wells from Fox Creek Christian Church, has been performing a community service project every Tuesday since June as part of a summer program. The group, called “Dirty Hands,” was out in force […]

Homeschoolers Held Conference to Help Parents

July 13, 2016

With the discussion about transgender bathrooms in schools and other school related news making national headlines, home schooling is becoming more popular.  The Christian Homeschoolers in Lawrenceburg as well as others put together a special conference this past Saturday to not only allow the formation of other homeschooling groups but also to help interested parents […]

MEGA Sports and Arts Camp Promises Learning and Fun

July 13, 2016

Starting this Sunday, First Christian Church will be holding its fifth annual Mega Sports and Arts Kids Camp, featuring a dozen different types of activities for any child in the county.  It’s promising to not only be fun but also be educational for whatever sport or art a child chooses to participate in. Reverend Micki […]

Prayer for Racial Unity and Love for Everyone

July 12, 2016

Last night, APEX Ministries of Lawrenceburg held a special moment of prayer on the lawn of the Anderson County Court House in recognition of the recent tragic killings and to bring racial unity for our community and beyond.  Many were present for the prayer, including a number of local officials.  Judge Executive Orbrey Gritton lead […]