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To Women In Ministry

Derby Wednesday! 
A FREE event for Kentuckiana's Women in Ministry. A Derby Week event that honors you as you serve Jesus in our community.

Hats Off To Women In Ministry, Welcomes Our Special Guest Speaker: Denita Arnold

Denita Arnold is a speaker, writer and certified life coach. She uses life experiences and the truth of God’s Word to encourage, equip and inspire. Denita is an ordained ministry leader and serves in various leadership roles within her church and the community. Denita is best known for her ability to connect with women of all ages and backgrounds. Her transparent and sincere devotion for the Lord is the heartbeat behind her 25+ years of ministry service. Denita is a Louisville native and University of Louisville graduate, as well as a writing contributor to the YouVersion Bible app and creator of His Grace Everyday devotions. Denita is devoted to her family. She enjoys traveling, outdoors, styling spaces, a good latte and intentional time with friends

Find out more about Denita at, www.denitaarnold.com
Crown of life

Crown of Life

Kentucky based husband and wife duo, Crown of Life, continue to pursue the calling of Music Ministry the Lord has placed on their lives.
As a team they have ministry opportunities in states and abroad, traveling to share the Gospel.
Crown of Life strives for authentic worship and to see people come to know Jesus!

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The Olmstead

The Olmsted, constructed between 1925 and 1927, is located on the campus of the former Masonic Widows and Orphans Home. It is located at 3701 Frankfort Avenue in the historic Crescent Hill-St. Matthews area. Designed by the architectural firm of Joseph and Joseph, the buildings were arranged on an elongated oval landscape plan with most of the buildings placed along the outer edge of the property, which extends roughly 80 acres. At the center of this plan lies The Olmsted. Once referred to as the dining hall, The Olmsted was the center of activity for all occupants of the Home. The Olmsted was named after Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr., of the nationally recognized landscape architectural firm, The Olmsted Brothers. The Olmsted Brothers were well recognized in Louisville at the time, having designed numerous parks and other projects in the city since the late nineteenth century. Frederick Law Olmsted Sr. was most famous for having designed Central Park in New York City. Frederick Law Olmsted Jr. continued the legacy of his family by specializing in the preservation of natural park like settings, especially in urban areas. Believing that natural environments provided healthier living conditions, he designed many of these areas for neighborhoods with a predominance of concrete. The Home’s landscape design includes mature trees lining the paved driveways and two large grass areas in the center of the complex. This setting provided the occupants of the Home an abundance of natural space for activities and relaxation.