Immanuel Baptist Church

Immanuel Baptist Church

Address

Immanuel Baptist Church
612 Broadway
Paducah, KY 42001
United States

A people on a journey of faith seeking to become more mature followers of Jesus Christ through worship, Christian education, and the stewardship of their whole lives. A community of faith dedicated to doing God's bidding in their world through evangelism, discipleship, missions, social ministry and pastoral care.

Contact
Telephone: 
270.442.2400
Fax: 
270.442.2616

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