Nicholasville First Assembly of God

 

 First Assembly of God of Nicholasville

is a place where Jesus is exalted .

Come find your place here...

When you visit, it won't take long to discover 
that we are truly a family.
Growing together, we worship, we serve, we laugh, we cry,
we learn, and we reach out to our community with
life-transforming truth.  We reach out to you, as well.

Our doors are open.  Our hearts are open, too.

Come see why we say

First Assembly of God of Nicholasville is truly

A Place For You and Your Family!

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