Southeast Christian Church
Nelson County Campus
400 N 5th St
Bardstown, KY 40004-2260
Phone: (502) 253-8000
Please plan to arrive about 20-30 minutes before service so we can help you and your child(ren) get registered. Make your way to any of the check-in kiosks. You’ll be asked to complete a New Family Form, and then you’ll receive a security tag for your child(ren) and be escorted to the age-appropriate area your child will attend.
Check-in begins 20 minutes prior to each service time. Check-in will close 30 minutes after service begins.
Children will be checked into age/grade-appropriate small groups. We have separate rooms for our nursery and preschool children. Our elementary-age students are all in the same large room, but will be divided into grade groups (K-5th grade) during the service.
We encourage parents to drop their children off and attend adult service. We will notify you if you are needed by using your security code, which will appear on the side screens of the Worship Center.
If you lose your security tag, please be prepared to provide a photo ID that will match the information on your New Family Form, which you fill out when you arrive.
We partner with moms and dads to help kids Know God and His love for them, Grow in faith and love Christ, and Show God’s love to others. Our weekly children’s programs meet kids right where they are and help them to discover God and His Word on their own level. We believe our kids aren’t just the church of tomorrow—they’re the church of today!
Children love SE!KIDS because our programs are fun and our volunteers take time to know every child’s name and story. Parents love SE!KIDS because the programs are educational, engaging, and absolutely safe.
If you're new to Southeast, Starting Point is your first step in finding out who we are as a church and how you can get connected around here. Your children are welcome to come with you!
We always have something going on, and you’re invited! Engage with our church family through ongoing and one-time events, including retreats, conferences, worship nights, and more.
Following Jesus should never be a solo act. Part of what it means to be a church family is opening our hearts, lives, and homes to one another, growing together at our campuses and in the community.