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Nicholasville

Sunday Service Times:
9:30am 9:40am 11:15am

(859) 224-1600

Email: general@southland.church

5001 Harrodsburg Road · Nicholasville, KY 40356

Office Hours:

Mon–Fri, 9am-5pm

Mailing Address:

PO BOX 23338
Lexington, KY 40523

Lexington

Sunday Service Times:
9:30am 11:15am 6:08pm

(859) 224-1600

Email: general@southland.church

2349 Richmond Road · Lexington, KY 40502

Office Hours:

Open to visitors Mon & Wed, 9am-4pm

Mailing Address:

PO BOX 23338
Lexington, KY 40523

Georgetown

Sunday Service Times:
9:30am 11:15am

(859) 224-1600

Email: general@southland.church

300 School House Rd · Georgetown, KY 40324‎

Office Hours:

Mon–Fri, 9am-5pm

Mailing Address:

PO BOX 23338
Lexington, KY 40523

Danville

Sunday Service Times:
9:30am 11:15am

(859) 224-1600

Email: general@southland.church

1001 Ben Ali Dr. #2 · Danville, KY 40422

Office Hours:

Mon & Wed: 9am–5pm
Thu: 9am–12pm

Mailing Address:

PO BOX 23338
Danville, KY 40422

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Join us on Tuesday, October 3, 6pm in Building F for an informational meeting. There are opportunities to be overnight hosts, provide meals, serve meals, laundry, and more. Contact Max for more information or check out our Local Outreach page.

Don’t go through separation or divorce alone. DivorceCare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. This community meets for 12 weeks to provide the support you need and to help you understand that recovery involves all aspects of life: spiritual, emotional, and physical. Classes begin Thursday, September 21. Register here today.

High School and Middle School students, come join us on Wednesdays 7pm-9pm. Check out our webpage to learn more!

Our Parent Dedication service is a chance for parents or guardians to commit to raising their child in a godly home to help kids establish deep, spiritual roots. For more information and to apply for the Parent Dedication Service, click here.

Your financial gifts enable us to extend hope to people here in central Kentucky and around the world. Now, with online giving, it’s even easier to give to Southland and manage your recurring gifts.

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Current Teaching

My Former Life—The Old Has Gone & the New Has Come

From Following to Leading (Simon to Peter)

By: Jon Weece
Sep 17, 2017

Peter wasn’t a very good fisherman or follower of Jesus. In one conversation he told Jesus he’d die for him, but in another conversation he denied even knowing Jesus. As up and down as Peter’s life was, the love Jesus had for him was steady and constant. In this message, we will see Jesus forgive Peter’s failures in a way that should give hope to every person who has made a royal mess of their lives.

Next Series

Camouflage: Standing Out Instead Of Blending In

God designed the church to stand out, not blend in to its surroundings. All too often the indictment people bring against the followers of Jesus is that they don’t act like their leader. That was definitely true for a church that Paul planted in the city of Corinth. It was plagued by sexual immorality, idolatry, lawsuits, and a variety of other worldly behaviors that created confusion among the people who were trying to figure out what it means to be a Christian. In this series we will walk through Paul’s letter to the church in Corinth to gain valuable insight on how Southland can avoid the pressure to blend in when God is inviting us to stand out. So be sure to join us and invite a friend for our next series beginning on Sunday, September 24th.
DATE
SERMON TITLE
SPEAKER
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9/24/17

Church Gone Wild

Scott Nickell
10/1/17

Raising the Bar

Jon Weece
10/8/17

Freedom Isn’t Free

Jon Weece
10/15/17

Same Kind of Different

Scott Nickell
10/22/17

This Changes Everything

Jon Weece
Weekend Setlist

From Sunday, September 17th

Prayer and Praise

From Our Interactive Prayer Board

Every time I feel lost, he finds me. Praise Lord Jesus, I am found!

My house burnt down two weeks ago and I need prayer for strength to help me get through this difficult time.

Thank you, Father, for answering my prayers to keep my family in Florida and their home safe as they were in the crosshairs of Hurricane Irma.

Please pray for a little one, born prematurely at 26 weeks. She is doing well as Gods hands are around her, but pray she grows and gets stronger daily.

Submit a prayer or praise of your own.
Show your support for requests on the prayer board.
This Week's Devotion

Dan Jackson

9/18/17 – 9/23/17   

Peter wasn’t a very good fisherman or follower of Jesus. In one conversation he told Jesus he’d die for him, but in another conversation he denied even knowing Jesus. As up and down as Peter’s life was, the love Jesus had for him was steady and constant. In this message, we will see Jesus forgive Peter’s failures in a way that should give hope to every person who has made a royal mess of their lives.

Win Win Situations

Real changes happening in our community

Extending Hope Through Food

Giving food or buying someone a meal is a great way to show them you love them and care. We love having the opportunity to give food to people who need to feel an extension of hope and we do this in several ways. Our backpack ministry through our local outreach program allows us to give food to kids who are in need, right here in Central Kentucky! Specifically, at our Georgetown Campus, we were also able to take extra food to a family grieving the loss of their mom and wife. We continue to pray for this family but we are grateful we could help meet some of their basic needs.

Food Is the Way to the Heart

One of the ways we extend hope to those in our community is by partnering with Warner Elementary in Nicholasville. We send volunteers to mentor students, prepare bags of food for kids in need & to provide encouragement to teachers & staff. This allows us to serve the community for special events. Back in August, our volunteers came together for Warner’s open house where we had a cookout & served the families from that school. At the end of the night, we counted 997 people we got to serve!

Supporting Our Schools

Over the summer, we have received several ‘thank you’ cards from the staff of the schools we support. One even stopped by connection point recently. Here’s what she had to say:

“Our school is so appreciative of our partnership with Southland. I know that you all send at least 100 of our kids home with a food backpack each week that they wouldn’t normally have. Our Southland mentors and volunteers are great, as they come and eat lunch, play games, help in the classroom and even celebrate their students’ birthdays. Each month, the staff receives teacher appreciation treats and we are always so excited to get those. I’ve heard a few members of our staff comment on how generous Southland is. One person even said, “If I didn’t already have a church home, I would definitely go to Southland because of all that they’ve done for our school and our kids.” We don’t feel like we express our gratitude and deep appreciation enough. Thank you so much! Please pass our “thanks” along to the rest of the staff and the church community.”

The Team That Prays Together, Stays Together

Our Children’s Ministry volunteers don’t just serve together on Sunday mornings, but they do life together all week long. One big way they keep in touch is by using group texting apps with their team. Last week at the Lexington campus, our Children’s leaders shared twelve different prayer requests with their teams throughout the week so they could be supporting each other and lifting each other up. We love that our volunteer teams are more like a family who lean into team community as they serve God’s kids.

God Written Stories

During this summer, the student ministry at our Georgetown Campus has had students sharing their stories. This has been a great way for students to learn how God has previously worked and is currently working in their peers’ lives. One student was inspired to start leading the other students in worship! God writes the best stories!


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