Find places of worship in Alexandria, KY. Listings include Alexandria Church Of God, The Bridge Church, Main Street Baptist Church, Knights of Columbus, St. Mary of the Assumption Parish and Grants Lick Baptist Church. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.
Alexandria Church of God-Pastor Jamey Horton Sunday morning worship 10:30 a.m. Sunday night service 6:00 p.m. Wednesday midweek service 6:30 p.m.
The Bridge Church meets every Sunday morning at 9 & 11 a.m. at 7906 Alexandria Pike in Alexandria Kentucky.
Sunday Small Groups at 9:30 Worship at 9:30 and 11am
For Hall and Grounds rentals, please contact Dave McGrath at 8598020524
St. Mary of the Assumption is a Catholic community of faith in Alexandria Kentucky
Alexandria United Methodist Church extends its friendship, not only to members of the congregation, but also to all guests and prospective members.
Believe, Belong, Be Challenged!
We are a loving, Spirit filled church. We welcome you to come and visit with us.
A SMALL CHURCH WITH A BIG HEART!
We are located 2 miles south of A.J. Jolly park in Campbell County. We are off of Darlington Creek Road off US 27.
We're a Christian Church in the Heart of Alexandria Kentucky. We want to grow and reach our neighbors in the Greater Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky area. We invite all who want to grow in their Christian faith to join us!
The Northern Kentucky District is part of the Kentucky Conference of the United Methodist Church and oversees all the UM Churches in 15 counties.
Our Vision "Connecting Our Community to Christ"
Upward Sports at Grant's Lick Baptist Church include soccer, football and cheerleading.
Rural, country, Southern Baptist Church that loves all people, Jesus, and the truth of God’s Holy Word
We are a fraternal, charitable and most of all Catholic organization established for the purpose of providing service to the Church that Jesus Christ established. We are in service to the Parishes of Central and Southern Campbell County, Kentucky
For young adults looking to grow their faith, fellowship and friendship with others in our parish, diocese and area.