Welcome to the Midway Christian Church News page!
Here you'll find out about what's happening in and around our church.
For more about what's going on with Midway Christian Church and in our community, be sure to check out:
Midway Green Chalice News
Learn about our mission outreach programs and how to help on the Outreach page!
The Disciples Women meet after worship, generally on the third Sunday of each month.
The Kentucky Disciples Women's Ministries Fall Retreat will be held
November 4-5, 2017 at
Barren River Lake State Resort Park in Lucas, KY. Our theme is "Sisters: Flowing Through Our Phases, Places, and Spaces".
For more information call the regional office at 859-233-1391 or visit www.ccinky.net.
Disciples Women is for all women of Midway Christian Church.
The Keenagers meet monthly for lunch and fellowship.
The Keenagers (and friends) will travel to Wilshire's in Georgetown for lunch on Thursday, September 28, 2017, at 11:30 a.m. Meet at the church at 11:15 to carpool. Please RSVP to
the church office by Monday, September 25 if you
plan to go.
Keenagers is for anyone who is retired, or practicing retirement!
Midway Green Chalice meets monthly in Fellowship Hall.
The Midway Green Chalice will meet on September 7, 2017. This will be a working meeting as we clean up the flower beds in preparation for Midway's Fall Festival weekend.
Midway Green Chalice is for all who are interested in
caring for God’s creation.
Each month, on the last Monday, the Midway community is invited to a free dinner served in Fellowship Hall at 6:30 p.m. We proudly use locally grown meats and produce whenever available!
Members of the four Elders' Flocks (see list) are asked to help set up, serve, and clean up for this meal.
Flock 1: February, June, October
Flock 2: March, July, November
April, August, December
January, May, September
Midway Christian Church, as part of the rotation of other local churches, leads a worship service for the residents of The Homeplace.
Our services are held on the fourth Sunday of every other month - in January, March, May, July, September, and November.
September 25 and October 30, 2017
Reed Valley Orchard has lots of apples that need to be gleaned! We have partnered with GleanKY and are scheduled to glean Monday, September 25 and Monday, October 30.
If you wish to join in the fun, meet at the church at 8:45 a.m. to carpool. We will meet the other members of the group at 9:00. The gleaned apples will be used for the monthly free Community Dinners.
September 19, 2017
The Christian Church In Kentucky, the Catholic Diocese of Lexington and Lexington United Interfaith Encounters are partnering to present the docudrama “The Sultan and the Saint.” on September 19, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. at the Kentucky Theater in downtown Lexington. This is the true story of the risks for peace St. Francis of Assisi and the Sultan of Egypt took during the Crusades. We pray that this film will further our efforts to manifest peace and harmony among all persons of faith in the greater Lexington area and beyond.
The tickets are free! However, you do need to go to this website, sultansaintlexington.eventbrite.com to order them. Bring your friends, Sunday school class, CWF circle or just you and your family to this important event when people from many faith traditions will intentionally gather to promote love and peace and to make a bold witness to the power of God to unite us all in God’s shalom.
[excerpt of letter from J. Gregory Alexander,
General Minister, Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) In Kentucky]
Download the flyer.
Christian Women's Event: "Stepping Out in Love"
September 22, 2017
The Tates Creek Christian Church Women's
Ministry in Lexington has invited the
women of Midway Christian to an evening with Christian author Donna Van Liere on Friday, September 22, at 7:00 p.m. (Rob Lowe stars in a Hallmark
movie based on one of her popular Christmas
books, "The Christmas Shoes").
Contact Kelly at (859) 373-9402 for tickets.
Celtic Christianity and Worship
October 1, 2017
Rev. Dr. David Hindman, a retired ordained Elder in The United Methodist Church who recently made a pilgrimage to the isle of Iona on the West Coast of Scotland and resided at the Iona Abbey is our special guest on Sunday October 1, 2017.
His presentation "Postcard from Iona: Celtic Christianity and Worship" will be the topic of our Sunday School lesson this morning. Dr. Hindman will also lead a Celtic worship service at Food For the Soul this evening.
Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m. with light refreshments and the sharing of Joys and Concerns. Food For the Soul, our dinner church, is at 6:30 p.m. Both are in Fellowship Hall. All are encouraged to attend one or both of these special events.
Download the flyer for more information.
October 1, 2017
We will observe Reconciliation Sunday on October 1. Your special offering to this Disciples Mission Fund ministry will go to help the ministry teams that are working
on policies and processes to combat the spread of intolerance, hatred, violence, and
fear. This year's theme is "Everyone has a Story."
"When we have
insight about one another's journey, we are less inclined to deny one another's humanity."
October 1, 2017
On Sunday, October 1, we will gather with millions of Christians around the world
during our Sunday worship time, remembering that we are united in the Body of Christ,
and to remember that we are called to share the grace of God's table with all of God's