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Bernard Ridge Church of God holds ground breaking ceremony

By Marcia Skaggs

The Bernard Ridge Church of God on 170 Stephens Ridge Road held a ground breaking for their new Family Worship Center on December 21, 2013.

Construction will begin soon for their new 15,600 sq. ft. church.

It will be built across the road from the existing church.

Special attendees were: South Central Designs Benton Fudge, Administrative Bishop Bruce Rabon, Honorable Judge Executive Gary Robertson, representatives from the Bank of Jamestown, long time members Henry J. (Sonny) Aaron and R. V. Stephens. - Marcia Skaggs



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Concept Drawing: Bernard Ridge Church of God



2013-12-31 - 170 Stephens Ridge Road, Russell Springs, KY - Photo drawing by Benton Fudge.
Groundbreaking was held
The Bernard Ridge Church of God on 170 Stephens Ridge Road held a ground breaking for their new Family Worship Center on December 21, 2013. The Bernard Ridge Church of God on 170 Stephens Ridge Road held a ground breaking for their new Family Worship Center on December 21, 2013. The new church will be built across the road from the existing church. Benton Fudge of South Central Designs, Coumbia, KY, designed the facility.

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Groundbreaking at Bernard Ridge Family Worship Center



2013-12-31 - 170 Stephens Ridge Road, Russell Springs, KY - Photo church photo. The Bernard Ridge Church of God on 170 Stephens Ridge Road held a ground breaking for their new Family Worship Center on December 21, 2013. Among those present, right to left, were: Peggy Johnson, Ashley Stephens, Judge/Exec. Gary Robertson, Bank of Jamestown rep. Regina Hinton andTerry Cochran, Bishop Bruce Raybon, Pastor Lindsey Cornett, Sonny Aaron, Paul Aaron, R.V. Stephens, including Patti McBroom. Benton Fudge, Daniel Hill, Danny Stephens, Chris Ferguson, Helen Gaskin, and Cindy Warner. Jackie and Joe Aaron Project Managers. - Marcia Skaggs
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Bernard Ridge Church of God: Present 2014 Sanctuary



2014-01-05 - 170 Stephens Ridge Road, Russell Springs, KY .
The present sanctuary of Bernard Ridge Church of God
. The church, in its affiliation with the Church of God, was established in 1928, though a body of believers had held services for years before that. The Pentecostal Church is located in Russell County at 170 Stephens Ridge Road, Russell Springs, KY. The pastors are Lindsey and Darlene Cornett. Service times: Sunday School 9:45amCT. Sunday morning service 11amCT. Sunday night service 6:30pmCT. Family Training Hour, Wednesday night 6:30pmCT. Contact: Pastors, 270-343-3041.

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