Mary Anne Forehand
Service as our Treasure
I would like to welcome you to Hodgesville Baptist church. At Hodgesville Baptist Church, we believe the Holy Bible is the inspired word of God. We gather together in fellowship to study God’s word for the purpose of obeying, learning, and serving Jesus Christ in order to glorify HIM. i invite you to come join us for Sunday School each Sunday morning at 9:15 am to fellowship and study God’s word. To meet your spiritual needs we have 7 classes to choose from. We have classes from kindergarten to 12th grade students and 5 adult classes. The adult classes include a young adult-college and career class. For the slightly older generation we have 2 adult women classes, and 2 adult single/couple classes. no matter what your age we have a place for you.
Charles Brookins, Sunday School Director
Here at Hodgesville Baptist, we have both men’s , women’s and children’s Discipleship Training Classes that meet separately each Sunday night at 5:oo pm. We also have specialized studies, taught every other quarter by our pastor. The purpose of our classes is to grow in Christ through Bible study, prayer, worship and Christian living. We invite you to join us for this very important mission.
Billy Sewell, Discipleship Director
We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for visiting our Web Site and to give you more information on the functions of the Brotherhood at our church. The Brotherhood is here to serve the members of the church based on the needs of each individual and the surrounding community. We have assisted in cleaning yards, moved furniture, assisted in driving sick ones to doctor appointments, placed handrails outside the church, remodeled the choir room, purchased a stove for the kitchen, built and repaired steps and handrails at individual homes. We also offer wheelchair assistance to those with needs into and out of the church. We also have Brotherhood Breakfast on the first Sunday of each month at 7:00 am and Devotion afterward.
Ashley Forehand, Brotherhood Director