A developer has pulled its zoning application from the Bullitt County Fiscal Court just hours before the court was to rule whether it could build a large project near a Shepherdsville church. The fiscal court was to decide on Tuesday night whether Red Rock Developments could build a two-million square foot project near the Bardstown… Continue reading Shepherdsville Church Prevents Large Development Nearby
The Bullitt County Fiscal Court is deciding on Tuesday whether to allow a developer to build a two-million square-foot project that could bring several jobs to the area. But a local church continues to argue that the development doesn’t fit in the neighborhood. Last week the Shepherdsville City Council denied the option for Red Rock… Continue reading Bullitt Fiscal Court to Decide on Shepherdsville Development
A Bullitt County church was able to delay a vote on Tuesday to approve a large development project in its neighborhood. Members from Bardstown Junction Baptist Church filled the Bullitt County Courthouse, which approved a resolution to postpone a vote on whether to allow Red Rock Developments to develop a two-million square foot project nearby.… Continue reading Bullitt County Church Unhappy With Development
In recent years, contemporary guitar-driven music has been a popular feature at churches. But now, congregations across the country, including Louisville, are refocusing on traditional instruments — specifically, the organ. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer reports. Organist Dan Stokes and two organ builders are checking out a notable instrument in Old Louisville’s Central Presbyterian Church. This organ… Continue reading Resurgence of Interest in Organs at Local Churches
It’s been two decades since the Presbyterian Church USA moved to Louisville. The city has served as the church’s base of operations ever since.