Welcome to First Christian Church
of Louisville, KY
Welcome to the live stream of our outdoor worship service! You can watch live at 9:00 on Sundays (or 7:00 on Tuesdays in case of inclement weather). You can also watch the service any time on-demand.
Outdoor worship is scheduled to take place Sunday, August 9th, at 9:00 a.m. We still have some space available. If you want to join us, please register by clicking here.
For more detailed information about outdoor worship services, safety, and inclement weather plans, please click here.
Our primary worship service will still be pre-recorded and made available each Saturday evening. You can view that on-demand at any point by clicking here.
We do not believe that a church is just a building where people gather. We believe the church is the body of Christ, called to serve the world by bringing healing wherever there may be brokenness or suffering
We take this calling so seriously that we have set up a ministry where members of our community, as well as partners around the world, can apply for what we call Wholeness Grants.
Since establishing these grants in 2015, we have given away over $100,000 dollars to individuals and agencies who have joined our movement to make the world a better place.
Our journey of bringing wholeness to our broken world continues in our weekly celebration of worship.
At the heart of our service is the celebration of communion, which is open to everyone because we believe that the grace of Christ is open to all who would receive it.
At First Christian Church
All really does mean all.
We really mean that!
Another big part of our movement for wholeness is the nurture and care we offer those who call First Christian their church home.
Through fellowship, study, and supportive care, we seek to provide an engaging, transformative, and supportive environment to people of all ages, levels of faith, and in whatever situation of life a person may be experiencing.
We are committed not only to helping you find a connection with God but also with the body of Christ on earth. After all, the journey of faith was never meant to be made alone.