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The Information You Need To Know: 

Cooper Memorial United Methodist Church

9901 Cooper Church Dr., Louisville, Ky 40229
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Phone Number:  

(502) 969-4792

 

Pastor’s e-mail:

revgreg9566@gmail.com


Office- email: 

cooper.office@bellsouth.net

E-mail addresses:

cooperaudiovideo@cooperchurch.com

cooperfinance@cooperchurch.com

cooperyouth@cooperchurch.com

coopertrustee@cooperchurch.com

 

Calendar Coordinator:  caroline.young4@outlook.com

Website Questions:

cooperwebsite@cooperchurch.com

 

Other Links:

 United Methodist Website

 

 

 

 

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Post Office Box 340029
Nashville, TN 37203-0029
Phone: 615-369-2334
Fax: 866-246-2516

                                                                                                                                                               

 


 Lydia Circle

 

Come and join us !  We are a group of loving, friendly, Christian women who meet in fellowship

to share together,worship together, and work together.

We meet the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. (but this month on Wednesday)

 

Next Meeting to be announced

 

     Our 2016 Indoor Yardsale was a Huge Success!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thank You Ladies!

 

 

  

 

 

 

  Who was Lydia?


Lydia was a Gentile who became a Jewish proselyte who worshipped God. As head of her household, she may have been either widowed or single. She was also a successful businesswoman who sold a type of cloth that was prized for its "purple color."

Often business people are so engrossed in their affairs as to have no time for religion. But, in spite of her obligations, she found time to worship according to the Jewish faith. Although deeply religious, Lydia was not a Christian until she met Paul and heard him speak of Jesus Christ. As evidence of her surrender to Christ, she was baptized, as was her entire household. She had the distinction of being Paul's first convert in Europe and the first member of the church at Phillipi.

Lydia eagerly opened her home and extended hospitality to Paul and his companions, even after their imprisonment. Her business allowed her to have the money to support Paul and the church.

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