Mayfield's His House Celebrates 10 Years Sunday
By Joe Jackson
MAYFIELD, KY - A Graves County church celebrates its 10-year anniversary this weekend.
His House Ministries began in May of 2003 in the cafeteria of the old Turner Industries warehouse building on Highway 45 in Mayfield. The congregation of about 200 people held services for a short time there before moving to Graves County High School, where they met in the commons area.
After a short stay at the high school, the church moved to the Mayfield Twin Cinema building on Paris Road. A few years later, the church renovated a horse barn at 1250 State Route 303 in Mayfield and has held services there for the past seven years.
This Sunday, the church, which had over 900 in attendance last Sunday, will celebrate its 10-year anniversary by moving into their brand new 20,000 square-foot worship center, which is connected to the old horse barn.
“It’s exciting to be moving into our new facility this Sunday,” said Pastor Chad Lamb. “God has really blessed us over the last 10 years and we can’t wait to see what He has in store for our future.”
The church will hold two identical worship services this Sunday at 9:30 and 11am with Pastor Lamb preaching in both services. Children's ministry will also be available in both services.
The church is hosting a family-style picnic Saturday from 10am-1pm to help celebrate the 10-year anniversary. Everyone is invited to attend.