Current and former pastors of Lexington’s South Elkhorn Christian Church joined other dignitaries to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the founding of the congregation, with the dedication of a Bluegrass Trust plaque unveiled May 21 on the exterior of the church’s historic sanctuary, built in 1870. From left, Bill McDonald, Jerry Shepard, Bob Bradley, Evelyn Cartmill, Mickey Anders, Jan Ehrmantraut, associate pastor Holly Fuqua, pastor Michael Swartzentruber, 10th District Council Rep. Amanda Bledsoe, and Blue Grass Trust executive director Sheila Ferrell.
Current and former pastors of Lexington’s South Elkhorn Christian Church joined other dignitaries to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the founding of the congregation, with the dedication of a Bluegrass Trust plaque unveiled May 21 on the exterior of the church’s historic sanctuary, built in 1870. From left, Bill McDonald, Jerry Shepard, Bob Bradley, Evelyn Cartmill, Mickey Anders, Jan Ehrmantraut, associate pastor Holly Fuqua, pastor Michael Swartzentruber, 10th District Council Rep. Amanda Bledsoe, and Blue Grass Trust executive director Sheila Ferrell. Ashleigh Freda
Current and former pastors of Lexington’s South Elkhorn Christian Church joined other dignitaries to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the founding of the congregation, with the dedication of a Bluegrass Trust plaque unveiled May 21 on the exterior of the church’s historic sanctuary, built in 1870. From left, Bill McDonald, Jerry Shepard, Bob Bradley, Evelyn Cartmill, Mickey Anders, Jan Ehrmantraut, associate pastor Holly Fuqua, pastor Michael Swartzentruber, 10th District Council Rep. Amanda Bledsoe, and Blue Grass Trust executive director Sheila Ferrell. Ashleigh Freda

South Elkhorn Christian Church celebrates 250th anniversary

June 05, 2017 01:54 PM

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