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Scenic Casey Co., KY: Dunnville Christian Church

2010-03-13 - 11000 S. US Hwy 127, Dunnville, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. 11000 S. US Hwy 127, Dunnville, KY
One of South Central Kentucky's most beautiful new churches is in Dunnville, KY, the dynamic town located in Casey County, but just a short distance from where the borders of Casey, Adair and Russell Counties meet. It's 11 miles south of Liberty, KY; approximately 12 miles from Russell Springs, and, depending on the route, approximately 25 (via KY 206/Dunnville RD, the scenic route or 36 miles on the longer, equally scenic route via the LBN and U.S. Hwy 127) from Columbia, KY. The church had its first service in August 2009. The sanctuary seats approximately 220 now, but will accommodate approximately 280 when seating is installed in the balcony. There are now three buildings on the campus, including the new church, a fellowship hall, and the historic sanctuary on River RD (the Casey County name for Adair County's Dunnville RD).
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DUNNVILLE CHRISTIAN CHURCH, 11000 South US Hwy 127, Dunnville, Casey County, KY near Adair and Russell Counties. Pastor, Derick Terry.Sunday School at 9:30amET/8:30amCT. Sunday worship, 10:30amET/9:30amCT. Wednesday Men's Prayer meeting and Devotional Breakfast, 7:15amET/6:15CT. Wednesday Bible Study. 7pmET/6pmCT. Wednesday Youth Bible Study 7pmET/6pmCT.

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