Pastor Todd Lester, left, and recreation director Lee Rainwater stood inside Forks of Elkhorn Baptist Church's new recreation facility under construction adjacent to the church near Midway. The 61,300-square-foot addition will include two basketball courts and other recreational facilities aimed at helping the church grow even more.
Pastor Todd Lester, left, and recreation director Lee Rainwater stood inside Forks of Elkhorn Baptist Church's new recreation facility under construction adjacent to the church near Midway. The 61,300-square-foot addition will include two basketball courts and other recreational facilities aimed at helping the church grow even more. Lexington Herald-Leader
Pastor Todd Lester, left, and recreation director Lee Rainwater stood inside Forks of Elkhorn Baptist Church's new recreation facility under construction adjacent to the church near Midway. The 61,300-square-foot addition will include two basketball courts and other recreational facilities aimed at helping the church grow even more. Lexington Herald-Leader

Rural church near Midway adds gym hoping to attract members through fitness

January 17, 2014 03:09 PM

UPDATED January 19, 2014 06:03 PM

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