Fayette Chapel United Baptist Church
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From that time Jesus began to preach, and to say, Repent: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.  Mat 4:17


I was glad when they said unto me, Let us go into the house of the Lord.
Psalms 122:1


For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: [it is] the gift of God:  Eph 2:8

Elder Cecil C. Murray, Jr.

Asst. Moderator:
Elder Bruce Fyffe

 Brother Stephen Clark

Assistant Clerk:
Brother Daniel Craft

Ordained Ministers:
Elder Cecil C. Murray, Jr.
Elder Bruce Fyffe
Elder Walter Herald

Brother Odis Martin
Brother Milton L. McKinster
Brother Greg Williamson

Meeting Times
Sunday @ 10:00 A.M. 
2nd Saturday @ 10:00 A.M

History of Fayette Chapel United Baptist Church


   In the fall of 1998 several families of the United Baptist faith felt a need and desire to have an old time United Baptist church in central Kentucky and began meeting at various locations on a weekly basis.  These meetings were held on one Sunday morning and three Sunday nights a month and grew and prospered which led them to petition the Rocky Branch United Baptist Church in February 2000 for an arm to form a new church. 

    The Fayette Chapel United Baptist Church was organized in a wedding chapel in Lexington, Kentucky on May 13, 2000 with twenty-five members.  The organizing presbytery consisted of the following Paint Union Association ministers:  Elders Heber Burchett, Bruce Fyffe, Arvil Murray, Jr., Charles Price and J.D. Rice.

   Immediately after organizing, the new church began to make plans for a permanent building.  Difficulties in getting the required building variances led the church to consider purchasing an existing building.  The search led them to Paris, Kentucky where they found a church building for sale.  The church held their first meeting in their new home on the second weekend of November 2000.

   The second weekend of November was also set as the date to hold the annual Homecoming Meeting, which began at the home of the late Elder W.L. Murray in Lexington, Kentucky.  This meeting has been conducted by United Baptist ministers every year since 1950.  Fayette Chapel traces its line back to this meeting and virtually all the original families who were in this meeting are represented in the organization of the Fayette Chapel church.

   Fayette Chapel has grown and prospered since and has been blessed to touch and spiritually enrich the hearts of many.  Our prayer is that God will continue to bless Fayette Chapel church to reach out with love to all who need and desire to worship Him in spirit and truth.  

  Articles of Faith of the Fayette Chapel United Baptist Church

1.  We believe in only one true and living God, the creator of Heaven and Earth and all that are therein contained.
2. We believe in Jesus Christ, the eternal Son of God, who is head and King of His Church.
3. We believe in the Holy Ghost, the Sealer and Applier of the redemption purchased by Christ.
4. We believe in the Father, Son and Holy Ghost, and the three are one.
5. We believe in the scriptures of the Old and New Testament, as recorded in the Authorized King James Version of the Bible, to be the infallible word of God, take it for our only rule of faith and practice and nothing is to be added or taken away from it.
6. We believe in the free atonement of Jesus Christ, and that He tasted death for every man and that salvation is offered to all men and women upon the terms of the Gospel.
7. We believe that repentance and faith in the Lord Jesus Christ are necessary previous to baptism and that immersion is the only way to administer the ordinance.
8. We believe that Christ has but one true Gospel Church and that it will finally persevere through Grace to Glory.
9. We believe in the communion of the Lord's Supper, that is taking of the bread and wine by the Church of Jesus Christ, in commemoration of the death and suffering of the Son of God until His second coming.
10. We believe that feet washing is an ordinance of Jesus Christ and ought to be observed and kept by His Church until His second coming.
11. We believe that Jesus Christ is the first resurrection from the dead and that He lives forever.
12. We believe in the resurrection of the just and unjust.
13. We believe that the happiness of the righteous and punishment of the wicked will be eternal.