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    The Friendship community is a part of the Brown Township. This otherwise peaceful area comes alive during the months of June and September owing to the National Muzzle Loading Rifle Association shoots that are held here. Apart from that, it is also popular for the open air flea market that is held here annually.

    Friendship, IN

    »Old Cedar Baptist Church

    The Old Cedar Baptist Church is a historic church in Kentucky. Conducting several programs for children that include teaching them to grow in love and faith, it also organizes a women's ministry. The church also conducts Bible study and prayer services. Built in 1929 in a Classic Revival style, it features on the National Register of Historic Places.

    1040 Claxon Ridge Road
    Owenton, KY 40359


    Established in 1830 by Mathia Whetsone in Indiana's Dearborn County, Dillsboro was named after the military general James Dill. One of the town's biggest draws is the majestic Hopewell Presbyterian Church which was built in 1888; the hand-crafted pews and Tiffany Glass windows a beauty and a shining example of 'home-based architecture'. The town park plays host to community events and festive celebrations all year round.

    Dillsboro, IN 46135

    »Saint James' Episcopal Church

    Saint James' Episcopal Church is a historic place of worship belonging to the Episcopal Diocese of Kentucky. Located in Pewee Valley, this parish hosts weekly Holy Eucharist and services. It was built in 1869 and illustrates the Gothic Revival style of architecture replete with a towering belfry.

    401 LaGrange Road
    Peewee Valley, KY 40056

    »Church of the Annunciation

    Church of the Annunciation is a charming red colored church which has been in existence since 1860. Built in the beautiful Gothic Revival style it is an evidence of the ancient time it belonged to. The pleasant and inviting atmosphere of the church makes it even more lovely. Services are regularly held even today and all other ceremonies are routinely conducted.

    120 Main Street
    Shelbyville, KY 40065

    »St. Aloysius Church

    The St. Aloysius Church is a beautiful historic church that serves the Peewee Valley region. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it continues its efforts of bringing the community together and conducting religious services for its parishioners. For more details, check website.

    212 Mount Mercy Drive
    Pewee Valley, KY 40056

    »Long Run Baptist Church and Cemetery

    Popularly known as the Lincoln Cabin Site, the Long Run Baptist Church and Cemetery is a historic site. This historic site consists of the demolished remains of the church. The beautiful grass grounds that is a cemetery is serene and gives one inner peace while a simple visit or mourning for a loved one.

    Long Run Road
    Louisville, KY 40245


    Named after an influential surveyor Charles Beggs, Charlestown was founded in 1808 and strangely enough responsible for the collapse of a nearby town Springville. As of now, Charlestown is a vibrant city which welcomes people of all backgrounds to partake in the festive celebrations and national holidays such as July 4th, Christmas and New Years when the main square is abuzz with activity. Food, drinks, fireworks, decorations and art fests await the visitor to Charlestown which pleases those of all tastes.

    Charlestown, IN 47111

    »Kentucky State University

    Located in Frankfort, Kentucky State University is an educational institution that is focused on offering four-years under-graduate programs in the fields of arts, social science, technology, health, mathematics and professional studies. A historically black university which desegregated in 1954, Kentucky State University has its roots way back to the year 1886, when it was opened as State Normal School for Colored Persons. With the first graduate program offered in 1973, the University, today, has its campus spread across 511 acres (207 hectares) and comprises three major colleges. Apart from the colleges, it is equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure facilities like cultural hall, playground, athletic center etc. for the overall development of more than 2000 students every year. With the campus tour organized by the administration, visitors can observe the campus life of the students as well as the day-to-day activities at the colleges. Call or visit their website to know about their schedule.

    400 East Main Street
    Frankfort, KY 40601

    »Hopeful Lutheran Church

    Situated across the Hopeful Church Road, the Hopeful Lutheran Church dates back to the 1900s era. Incorporated in the National Register of Historical Places in 1989, the church is still operational. Check website for details.

    6430 Hopeful Church Road
    Florence, KY 41042

    »Saint Francis in the Fields Episcopal Church

    Saint Francis in the Fields Episcopal Church is an eclectic church in the city of Louisville that aims to create a positive energy of harmony, spirituality and faith in the community. The church also a has a youth ministry that carries out many choirs, holy readings for children and young adults. The community also has many activities throughout the year like hiking, rock climbing, game nights and so on. There are also musical programs where spiritual ballads and hymns are sung. You can also contribute in the social work and services of the church.

    6710 Wolf Pen Branch Road
    Louisville, KY 40027


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    8107 Connector Drive
    Florence, Kentucky 41042
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