News Bulletin | January 16, 2021
Upcoming Events, Opportunities to Serve, Ministry Teams
Women's Ministry Survey
The Women's Ministry Team would like all women to take a survey to determine interest in their upcoming Bible Study & Conference. Please use the link to complete the survey. Stay tuned for more information on additional women's events.

Baby Bottle Campaign | Jan. 17th - Feb. 21st
Pick up a baby bottle and fill the bottle with coins, cash or checks to benefit CareNet Pregnancy Center. Baby bottles may be picked up at the Starting Point Desk. Please return by February 21st.

Next Steps Class | Jan. 24th | 12 Noon - 2 pm
If you are a new member or just checking us out, we encourage you to join us for our Next Steps Class. Lunch will be provided. If you need childcare, please contact the church office at 859-586-6529. Please register online at

Racetrack Ministry | Jan. 25th
We are supplying dinner once a month to the backsider's at the former Turfway Park Racetrack. Even though the grandstands are not there, they are still training the horses at that facility. This month, we are asking for volunteers to cook corn, au gratin potatoes, hawaiian rolls, and desserts to feed approx. 30 people. Food needs to be at the church no later than 5 pm on the 25th. Please sign up at the Starting Point Desk. For additional info, please see Rowena Bush or contact the church office at 586-6529.

Quilting Group | Feb. 13th | 9-5
The quilting group meets from 9-5 in the Activities Center Fellowship Hall. They meet on the 2nd Saturday of each month. For questions or more information, please contact Ann Conley.

Disaster Relief Training | April 10th | 9am - 4pm
The KBC is holding their next Disaster Relief Training in Richmond at Red House Baptist Church. You must register for the training at Disaster Relief Training: Phase 1 & 2 | Kentucky Baptist Convention (

Wednesday Night Bible Study | Bro. Harold's Wed. night Bible study class is live on campus at 6:30 pm in the lower level atrium.
8:30 am | On-Campus Worship Service
9:30 am | All Bible Study Classes Meet On-Campus
10:45 am | On-campus Worship Service & Live via Facebook Live & Website

9:30 am | "Blessed" Ladies Bible Study Group meet on-campus

7:00 pm | Young Adults Meet On-Campus
7:30 pm | Two By Two Podcast with Bro. Harold & Danny via Facebook & Website

6:30 pm | Bible Study with Bro. Harold (on-campus in the lower atrium, social distancing) & online
7:00 pm | Students meet on-campus (Social Distancing)
Jan. 16th | Pam Dickerson, Kyle King, Joyce Sparks, Henry Frecke
Jan. 17th | Brett Perry, Carol Barker
Jan. 18th | Rylee Hawkins
Jan. 19th | Brenda Figgins, John Ralphy, Tracy Bruneau
Jan. 20th | Jim Guthrie, Carl Wilson, Kennedy Clore, Cole White, Gunner Orton
Jan. 21st | Dorotha Michael, Ben Turner, Shelby Merse, Tracy Holscher, Emma Hankins, Jay Robinson
Jan. 22nd | Dan Poston, Tom Tate, Amanda Warren, Kellen Michels, Sarah Couch, Katherine Flynn, Grayson Kirby
Jan. 24th | Scott Mosley
Jan. 25th | Nick Bell, Mark Jackson, Mike Ward
Jan. 26th | Lou Emma Moermond
Jan. 27th | Evan Claxon, Larissa Tucker
Jan. 28th | Gene King, Elliott House, Sarah Brewster
Jan. 29th | Cindy Hacker, Ashley Clark, Brad Rathbun
Jan. 30th | Mary Lunsford, Jordan Ransdell
Steve Lilly | 859-743-1007
Jason Wallace | 859-743-7637

Doug Walsh | 859-992-7914 & Tammy Walsh | 859-750-7504
Ron Barrett | 859-653-7866 & Toni Barrett | 859-760-1458

1/17: Team 3
1/24: Team 4
1/31: Team 1 (5th Sunday)

1/17: Kim Hoskins
1/24: Holly Laux

Dear Burlington Baptist Church: Just a note to say thank you for helping over 40 students with coats in November. Your kindness is much appreciated. I know the kids were all happy to receive a warm coat. Many prayers to everyone for a blessed and healthy 2021! Thank you again!
~Jennifer Hater, Burlington Elementary School Family Resource Center

Volunteers are needed for our First Impression Team! This team includes our greeters, minglers and Starting Point Desk Host. Please call the church office if you are interested in serving! 859-586-6529

Our Diaper "Doo-ty" Ministry is thrilled to offer 6 mos of diapers for active members of BBC in 2020! We need diaper sizes 1, 2 & 3's. Not only do our members receive diapers, but our craft group includes a baby blanket as well! So, if you are expecting, please make sure to notify Beth Claxon, Joanne Ford, Rowena Bush, Elaine Skelton, Patsy Ligon or Linda Lilly!

Our next Commodities Food Distribution will be Feb. 9th. The supplemental items needed are: Jelly, Toilet Paper, Deodorant, Shampoo, Toothpaste, Toothbrushes & Laundry Detergent. You may drop these items off at the church office.


Jan. 17th | Jesus' View of Life (John 11:32-35)
Jan. 24th | Devoted to Prayer (Eph. 6:18-20)
Jan. 31st |Dedicated to Advancing the Gospel of Christ (Matt.28:18-20)
Feb. 7th | Revive our Love for Jesus (Rev. 2:1-5)
Feb. 14th | Marriages that Honor Christ (Eph. 5:22-33)
Feb. 21st | Marriage Supper of the Lamb (Rev. 19:1-10)
Feb. 28th | Dependent Upon God's Word (Psalm 19:7-14)
March 7th | Committed to His Church (2 Cor. 11:1-2)
March 14th | Regular in Repentance (2 Cor. 7:8-10)

Weekly Budget: $21,472.00
Last Week's Giving: $18,377.50
Budgeted YTD: $42,944.00
Giving YTD: $41,596.79
Difference: -$1,347.21
Other Designated Gifts: $365.00


8:30 am Service: 94
10:45 am Service: 208
TOTAL: 302

Sanctity of Life!

Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. Prov. 31:8

      This Sunday is Sanctity of Human Life Day. Churches around the United States annually recognize the third Sunday in January as a day to proclaim, and be reminded, that human beings are created in the image of God and that all human life is sacred. It is a day to commit ourselves to valuing and upholding the sanctity of human life at every stage and age. As Christians, we play an important role in valuing and saving lives. 
      The church can be a place of safety and refuge to help women be brave and choose life. We can also support pregnancy resource centers (like Care Net Pregnancy Services of Northern Ky) as they seek to come alongside those who might be considering an abortion. We will be distributing baby bottles this Sunday and asking you to fill the bottles with change to support our local Care Net.
      Did you know that your heart began beating when you were but 3 weeks and 1 day old? Before you were even born, your heart had beat approximately 54 million times. Isn’t life amazing? Shouldn’t we do all we can to support and value all human life? 
      I’m glad that Kentucky is leading the way in trying to protect the lives of the unborn. Let me share a little about two of the bills that have already been passed in the Kentucky legislature this year. Senate Bill 9 (Born Alive Act) states that medically appropriate and reasonable life-saving and life-sustaining medical care and treatment must not be denied to any born-alive infant. It may seem strange to even have to pass a law to protect a child once he/she is born, but as a nation, we have failed to protect the unborn during pregnancy and sometimes even after the child is born (if they survived an abortion).   
      House Bill 2 (Protecting Life) grants the Attorney General the authority to seek injunctive relief and civil or criminal penalties to prevent violations regarding abortions or administrative regulations. By giving the Attorney General more authority, we are one step closer to ensuring there are people in place to protect unborn children’s rights. 
      I currently have the privilege of serving as the Chairman of the Committee on Public Affairs for the Kentucky Baptist Convention (prayers appreciated). Wouldn’t it be honoring to God if Kentucky became the first state with an amendment to the Kentucky Constitution that states that no provision for the right to an abortion exists in Kentucky. (Given the make-up of the new Kentucky legislature, I think there is at least a possibility for such an amendment.) Let us pray that God would move in the lives of both Democrats and Republicans to defend the lives of the unborn.
      Yes, the church is to represent Jesus wherever we are and we have an opportunity to play a powerful role in saving lives. We cannot grow weary in being a voice for the unborn. We must continue to pray and support pro-life causes. I think supporting the sanctity of human life includes praying for and supporting the lives of the oldest and most vulnerable. We want them to be protected from abuse and we want the to be protected as much as possible from Covid-19. We want them to be a priority in receiving Covid-19 vaccines as they are most vulnerable to the deadly threats associated with this virus. 
     Finally, let us be concerned about the eternal destiny of all human lives. We want to love people enough to share the good news of the gospel with them so that they might be saved and enjoy the presence of Christ for all eternity. There is no greater way to love a person than to share with them the life-changing gospel of Jesus Christ. Let’s go church!                        
Bro. Harold