Local outreach is imperative to the command of Christ to love your neighbor and to be salt and light in the community that we serve. We accomplish this through #forbullittcounty, which exists to meet the felt and spiritual needs of Bullitt County and our neighboring counties. In essence we are  "In Bullitt County and For Bullitt County," through outreach events throughout the year. 

  • Five Loaves food pantry

    Five Loaves Pantry is a ministry of North Bullitt Christian Church that provides periodic food disbursements to people in need. Through meeting felt needs, we hope to connect the church with the community to share the Gospel.

  • Sunrise CHildren's service

    Sunrise Children’s Services provides care and hope for hurting families and children through Christ-centered ministries.

    Sunrise Children’s Services Inc. is a historic 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Today, Sunrise provides therapeutic foster careresidential therapeutic treatment, and community-based services statewide; and its family services program is licensed by the Commonwealth of Kentucky as a Behavioral Health Services Organization (BHSO).

    The Joint Commission has given Gold Seal accreditation to Sunrise, and the respected BHSO maintains other professional licenses and accreditation needed for comprehensive therapeutic child care. 

    For more information, go to https://www.sunrise.org

  • ALC Pregnancy resource center

    ALC is a community resource that exists to support women and families facing or having faced an unplanned or crisis pregnancy. We encourage and equip women to make educated decisions about their pregnancy.

    Many women are facing difficult choices surrounding their pregnancies, their relationships, and their lives. Our goal for each woman is to make her own decisions after she has received education applicable to her situation.

    ALC Pregnancy Support Center will…

    • Educate women facing an unplanned pregnancy about the choices and decisions they are facing
    • Offer free pregnancy testing
    • Offer up to date information on sexually transmitted infections
    • Provide free limited ultrasounds to women with a positive pregnancy test performed at ALC and medical approval
    • Provide emotional support for women after abortion
    • Offer all services free of charge and confidentially
    For more information, go to https://alckentucky.com

  • Mark12 ministries

    A missional community of Mercy Hill Church felt the calling to address the issues of the homeless in Shepherdsville. A few months later in January 2019, the residents of Shepherdsville came together to talk about the need for a emergency shelter. The group was concerned about the upcoming winter and lack of resources for the homeless. A second meeting was held at Mercy Hill shortly thereafter and the logistics were laid out. On January 23rd, the Bullitt County White Flag Shelter was housed at Mercy Hill. It would be open for 44 nights and be staffed entirely by a committed team of volunteers. Meals were provided by local churches, businesses and members of the community.

    When the shelter closed in Spring, many volunteers were eager to know “what’s next”? Mark 12 Ministries was coming together during those late night shifts at the shelter. We were able to find out what members of the community had to offer and what the needs were.

    The Bullitt County White Flag Shelter will now be one of many resources offered by Mark 12 Ministry.

    For more information, go to https://www.mark12.org
  • Fellowship of concern

    Fellowship of Concern (FOC) was formed approximately 54 years ago because of the overwhelming requests for financial assistance from the community.  Jana Miller became a member of NBCC in 1990 and immediately asked to become a representative.  FOC consists of around 20 participating churches in the Shepherdsville and Hillview area that meet each month and is funded by these churches and the generosity of the community.  Because of the increase of food pantries in the community, FOC can now focus on helping with utilities and medicine.

    For more information, call 502-543-6284