Sunday Morning Worship
Our time of worship on Sunday mornings begins with a scripture reading followed by the congregation singing songs of worship. We sing a mixture of traditional hymns and contemporary worship songs accompanied by piano and stringed instruments.
The preaching at Mount Freedom is expository, teaching directly from scripture verse by verse. Special sermon series are preached a few times a year on specific, relevant topics. Past sermons are available to hear on our sermons page.
Communion is observed about once a month. On most days when communion is observed, a pot-luck meal follows the worship service. Everyone is welcome to gather with us for lunch and fellowship.
Average attendance is about 130 on Sunday mornings. We have a diverse congregation comprised of college students from Asbury University, students from Asbury Theological Seminary, and local residents of Wilmore, Nicholasville, and surrounding areas. Many of our congregation from the seminary are from outside the United States. Several African countries, Asian countries and India are well represented. We enjoy a rich fellowship with those from other cultures as we worship together as one church under our Lord Jesus Christ.
Dress for the worship service is as each individual deems appropriate, as long is it is modest and respectful. Most dress casually, and others dress more formal.
The worship service runs about an hour, but occasionally goes a little longer. Those with infants or who have need may view the service from within the sound-proof crying room located in the main foyer. There is a nursery available for children 2 yeas old and under. After the worship portion of the service, during the greeting time, children aged 3 through third grade are excused to attend the children’s church.
On Wednesday evenings we gather for study and prayer. College students and adults meet together for a short study on a passage of scripture, then devote about 30 minutes to prayer. Dress is casual, and attendance averages about 30 people.