North Lexington Latino Festival

You are invited to join us at the 2nd Annual North Lexington Latino Festival on April 21, 2018 from 5:30-8:30pm at Embrace. We hope with this festival we can UNITE the Latino community and celebrate our wonderful culture! Not only do we want to CELEBRATE  our culture but we want to SHARE it with everyone. There will be live performances, games, music, food, and a free book giveaway.

-Adri Gomez, Co-Host (high school senior from Embrace & Common Good) 

Embrace Orientation Lunch

If you would like to learn more about Embrace and connect with new people you should come join us for lunch on Sunday, April 22nd at 12:30pm.  If you feel "new" to Embrace, or just want to learn more about how you can get involved, please join us!  It doesn't matter if you've been coming for a few days, a few months, or a few years!  Representatives from various ministries will be present to answer questions and share about their experience.  Please RSVP if you can make it! You can indicate you're attending on the Facebook event page or by emailing or calling Kristina at the church office: or (859) 309-3862.  Though you can just show up as well!  


New Class and Sermon Series on Lamentations!

This Sunday we will begin our book discussion and sermon series on the book of Lamentations!  If you plan to attend please read pages 9-11 and 19-69. More details about the class below:


Prophetic Lament: A Call for Justice in Troubled Times

When: Begins April 15th (ends May 20th)

Time: 9:30 A.M. Sundays

Location: Chapel

Join Pastor John as he facilitates a discussion around the book Prophetic Lament: A Call for Justice in Troubled Times by Soong-Chan Rah. This will be a five-week discussion in conjunction with a sermon series on the book of Lamentations.

The American church avoids lament. But lament is a missing, essential component of Christian faith. Lament recognizes struggles and suffering, that the world is not as it ought to be. Lament challenges the status quo and cries out for justice against existing injustices.

Soong-Chan Rah’s prophetic exposition of the book of Lamentations provides a biblical and theological lens for examining the church’s relationship with the suffering world. It critiques our success-driven triumphalism and calls us to repent of our hubris. And it opens up new ways to encounter the other. Hear the prophet’s lament as the necessary corrective for Christianity’s future.

If you are interested in joining this new class, please send us a message, call the church office (859.309.3862), or email Kristina at You are also welcome to just show up this Sunday at 9:30am!