Living Justly: Caring for Each Other

JustFaith Ministries will be offering Phase 2 of the JustFaith program, Living Justly: Caring for Each Other, on Thursday evenings beginning in January. This program challenges participants to revisit with new eyes the relationship between our faith and our responsibility to take care of each other. It also invites participants to be open to new and creative choices for living a more just, faith-filled life. Some of the topics addressed in this phase include mass incarceration, economic and racial privilege, and housing/homelessness. Anyone is welcome to join this phase, even if you have not participated in Phase one! For more information, contact Kristin Dollar, [email protected] or 502-429-0865.


Exploring Migration: A Faith Journey

Executive Director, Susie Tierney, will be facilitating JustFaith Ministries Exploring Migration: A Faith Journey eight-week program at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church (2233 Woodbourne Ave.) on Wednesday evenings from 6:00-8:30 p.m., beginning January 8. Exploring Migration invites participants to formulate a personal response to the 21st-century reality of migration and explore some of the central questions related to migration in the U.S. and globally. Sessions provide historical, biblical and theological perspectives and suggest ways participants can take action. If you are interested in participating in this program/would like more information, contact Susie at s[email protected] or 502-429-0865.

The Life and Theology of Martin Luther King, Jr.

On Tuesday evenings, beginning January 14, from 6:00-8:45 PM, Baptist Seminary of Kentucky will be offering a course on The Life and Theology of Martin Luther King, Jr. Students will be introduced to King’s major ideas, how he interpreted and utilized Scripture in theology, influences on his thought, and how his ideas and preaching can strengthen preaching and advocacy work today. This course will be taught by Dr. Lewis Brogdon, Visiting Professor of Preaching and Black Church Studies. Dr. Brogdon brings over twenty-six years of ministry and twelve years in higher education experience at institutions such as Simmons College of Kentucky, Bluefield College, Claflin University, and Louisville Seminary. This course if open to the public and can be audited for $200. For more information or registration visit