Rev. Seymour Wattenbarger and his wife, Wilma, have been helping our area churches as the Director of Missions for the Knox Association of Baptists.
Stop in and visit with Bro. Seymour, he'll tell ya a good clean joke if you ask him!
The Knox Association of Baptists
is a member of the Southern Baptist Convention
and the Kentucky Baptist Convention. Having these affiliations
does not mean the Knox Association is controlled by these agencies.
The Knox Association of Baptistsis fully autonomous, led by our Lord Jesus Christ with full decisional power vested in our 42 churches. The Knox Associationaffiliates itself with other associations and our churches of like doctrine and practice so we can share ministry task and encourage our 42 churches in the work of the ministry. Through the Cooperative Program of the Southern Baptist Convention and special offerings throughout the year Knox Association help send over 10,000 missionaries throughout the world, supports Baptist colleges and seminaries, and meets the needs of millions of needy people in the U.S. and around the world.
KNOX ASSOCIATION OF BAPTISTS
P.O. Box 716
Gray, Kentucky 40734
Attention ALL PASTORS!
The Knox Association of Baptists welcomes
all Pastors to join us for lunch
@ David's Steakhouse on the
first Monday of each month at 11:30am
The luncheon is dutch-treat, except for first time pastors. You all get treated for free!
Great food & fellowship!
Come & enjoy!
The Knox Association of Baptists Building
is for the use of all 43 churches,
but only if you are hosting a church function.
Any events must be scheduled through
Bro. Seymour, must be
church activities and functions only,
with a 2 & 1/2 time limit.
The Grounds & Oversight Committee