Seeking to be a living testimony to God's love, grace and mercy


South Frankfort Presbyterian Church welcomes all who are interested in exploring and deepening their faith.


We offer a traditional worship at 10:55 each Sunday morning, followed by a light lunch for all who wish to stay.  

We love having babies and children join us for church. Many of the younger ones stay in the sanctuary until children's time, then go upstairs to the Sunday school and nursery area for supervised play and a snack. We also keep "wiggle bags" in the sanctuary with crayons, stickers, and coloring books for children.

The church office is open Monday-Thursday, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Please explore our website, call us at 502-227-7175, email us at, and join us for worship and fellowship.

South Frankfort Presbyterian Church is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church U.S.A., through the Mid-Kentucky Presbytery.


For Children

  • The Children's Class (Pre-K through 3rd grade) is using the Spark Rotation Model for Sunday school. In this model children spend more than one week on a Bible story and visit a different workshop each week in order to experience the same story from a different perspective.  This class meets in the upstairs children's area.
  • The G.A.P. Class (God Answers Prayer), for 4th-6th graders, meets in the upstairs children’s area.
  • The Young Teens (7th and 8th graders) meet in their own room in the basement.
  • The High School class is looking at cultural hot topics through the lens of our Christian faith and Presbyterian heritage. Topics, selected by the young people, have included marriage, divorce, bullying, and dating. This class meets in the basement. 

For Adults

  • The Counterpoints class, taught by Bill Kirkland, meets in the Conference Room. The class studies and discusses books of current theological interest, many with contrasting points of view, hence the name “Counterpoints.” The book will be provided by the church, so no need to buy a copy.
  • The Faith in Action class, taught by Tony Sholar, meets in Fellowship Hall using a book provided by the church. They also put their faith into action through such projects as cookouts at the Kings Daughters apartments, dinners at the Women's Shelter, and local and international mission trips. Come join the class!


"Persuasive Power Sermon 01/14/18
Calling Disciples & "Come and See" Invitations

"Creative Power" Sermon 01/07/18
The Holy Spirit and the Baptism of Jesus

"Holiest Night" Sermon 12/24/17
Christmas Eve candlelight service

 "Fourth Abigail" Sermon 12/24/17
Christmas Eve morning

 "Third Abigail" Sermon 12/17/17
Third Sunday in Advent

"Second Abigail" Sermon 12/10/17
Second Sunday in Advent

"First Abigail" Sermon 12/3/17
First Sunday in Advent


  • Youth Group for grades 6th through 12th on Sunday evenings 5-7 offers a variety of programs and activities.
  • Music for Children and Youth aged 10 to 18 includes programs from 12:15 to 1 p.m. on Sundays and from 6 to 6:45 p.m. on Wednesdays
  • Montreat: an opportunity for older youth to attend the week-long youth conference in North Carolina
  • Girl Power Class for girls 4th to 8th grade. To help girls boost self-esteem, enhance self-confidence, and promote problem solving. Past programs: making Valentines to share, service project, hike/ nature study.
  • Language & Literacy Classes for pre-K-8th grade, led by licensed speech therapist Rachel Duvall-Shaw. Using various books and subjects, the classes reach out to the community as well as SFPC members. Check the SFPC Facebook page regularly for news of the next session.


  • Vacation Bible School - for children and adults. This year our youth program for pre-K to 6th grade was Gadgets and Gizmos VBS.  The adult program, a study on the Letter of James, was provided by Dr. Susan R. Garrett, Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary.
  • Lessons During Lent - SFPC sometimes gathers with adults from First Presbyterian Church for noon Lenten study each day, and meets each Wednesday evening during Lent.
  • Confirmation Classes - The recent class of 13 used the 8-session course Professing Our Faith, A Confirmation Curriculum. New material is under review for the next class.
  • Social Justice Program - SFPC just started a series of programs focused on social issues affecting our community. The first was a viewing and discussion of the movie 13th, and the second dealt with Hands Healing Hearts, an arts-centered project for women attending Franklin County’s Drug Court program.