About us

Who We Are & What We Do

(y)Our story

Did you ever want to do something, but think it was impossible? Ever have a recurring thought that would invade those silent moments that created both excitement and anxiety? Have you ever feared that your past might disqualify you from a future hope? Have you ever felt like God was patiently waiting for you to just trust Him?

Our answer was yes, but then…

In the fall of 2013 we did it. We faced the anxiety and fear with the reassurance that God can help us overcome anything to do what He has called us to do. We eventually just simply trusted that God was worthy of our trust. And we planted a Church that seeks to encourage people to join us by facing anxiety and fear head on in order to become who God is calling each and every one of us to be.

To be regenerated, into the likeness of Jesus.

That’s what we are experiencing and that is what we want for you.

What’s your story?


Sundays at 10:10


101 Fordland Dr.
Georgetown, KY 40324

who are regeneration Church

We are a group of people

diverse in ethnicity and age

but unified in doctrine

who feel a deep calling to be a Church

who appreciates the history of the Church,

who holds the Bible in the highest of regard,

and who expects Jesus to move people through dramatic life altering change.

where are we going


Life is complicated. Life in Christ shouldn’t be. So, we have tried to distill what life with Christ looks like into six simple phrases.

We call it the ONE VISION.

pray for one…tell one…invite one

and spend

one hour a day with God…one hour a week with another…one hour a month for another.

Our staff

our orthodox beliefs


  • God is one, the Creator of all things, and is trinitarian in nature as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
  • Jesus is the eternal son of God, born of a virgin, and without sin. Living a sinless life he made an atoning sacrifice for all sin at all times when he allowed himself to be crucified. His resurrection three days later is proof of God’s approval of that sacrifice on our behalf. He has ascended into heaven and will one day physically return to Earth.
  • The reason Jesus had to die is because the penalty for our sin is both a physical and spiritual death and results in fractured relationships with God, people, creation, and ourselves and without Jesus we are powerless to overcome sin and reconcile all of those relationships.
  • People, with the lone exception of Jesus, are made for relationships, but are sinful by birth and action making repentance from sin and faith in Jesus and his crucifixion and resurrection necessary for rescue from sin’s penalty and to a relationally abundant life now.


  • One of the relationships people were made for is marriage. Marriage is defined originally in Genesis and then throughout the Bible as between one man and one woman for as long as the two live. Marriage is a mysterious representation of God’s relationship with himself as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit as well as God’s relationship with people, and Christ’s relationship with the Church.
  • Believing this to be true we also believe God intended for sex to be a sanctifying act between husband and wife alone. Any other context is sin.
  • People will one day be resurrected from the dead. Only those whose faith in Jesus reconciled them with God will be raised to an eternal reward. Everyone else will be raised to eternal separation and punishment.
  • We get all of this from the Bible. We believe it to be true, authoritative and sufficient.