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Meadow Hill Inn: Christian Churches held meetings there
Meadow Hill Inn provided us an excellent meeting room and food that was as good as could be found anywhere. - PAUL PATTON
By Paul Patton
Recent pictures and articles about Meadow Hill Inn brought to my mind some really enjoyable experiences at this excellent restaurant.
Upon my graduation from college, I accepted the call to my first full time pastorate in Junction City, Kentucky and became involved in area wide ministerial activities, one being a monthly meeting of Christian Church ministers who met at Meadow Hill Inn at Columbia on the third Monday of each month.
Ministers came from an area extending North to Danville, east to Mount Vernon, south to the Tennessee line and west to Bowling Green and Elizabethtown. At one time I taught the Epistles of John as our Bible Study for the meeting. The meetings also featured a book review and planning of events such as youth rallies, etc. Meadow Hill Inn provided us an excellent meeting room and food that was as good as could be found anywhere. Being centrally located, the Inn was convenient to most of us and the services provided were exceptionally good. --Paul Patton
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