Welcome to The

Episcopal Church of Our Saviour

of Madison County, Richmond, Kentucky

As Episcopalians, we are dedicated to sharing the Good News of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We are a community of faith in the tradition of The Episcopal Church and the worldwide Anglican Communion. We are a congregation in The Episcopal Diocese of Lexington. With Christians around the world, we are united in prayer and committed to continuing Jesus’ ministry of love, compassion, mercy and grace in serving those in need and transforming the world in loving, liberating and life-giving ways.

We provide a safe place in which you can develop a relationship with God and freely ask questions and seek answers. We embrace and celebrate diversity and inclusion. We worship and pray together, learn and grow spiritually, and strive to share God’s love at every opportunity. We may not always agree with one another, but we love and respect one another. Whatever your background and whatever your personal beliefs, we welcome you.

May you be blessed abundantly by God’s love and comforted by God’s mercy, grace and peace.


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Our Saviour, Madison County

Contact Information

Episcopal Church of Our Saviour

2323 Lexington Road
RICHMOND, Kentucky 40475
Phone (859)623-1226

Regular Schedule

Office Hours

  • Office hours by appointment


  • Bible Study
    – 9:45 AM
  • Worship Services
    – 11:00 AM
  • Coffee Hour
    – 12:00 PM


  • 1st Wednesday: Healing and Holy Eucharist; other Wednesdays: Evening Prayer
    – 7:00 PM


  • Updated COVID Protocol, January 14, 2022

    Thursday, January 13, the positivity rate for COVID infections in Kentucky had risen to 27.77%, which means that one in three people who are getting a test are testing positive. Madison County remains in the Red Zone 



    The members of our “A Way Forward Team” have discussed precautions we need to protect the safety of our members as the pandemic continues. They have decided the following:  

    1. We will offer in-person worship services on Sundays and Wednesdays with the requirement that everyone wear a mask (ideally an N95 or K95 masks or double masks if wearing cloth or disposal masks) and everyone must be seated with social distancing. 
    2. There will be a sign-in sheet on the table in the Narthex for our Sunday and Wednesday services. Each person attending in person must sign in. If anyone who attends a service later tests positive, they must let Mother Carol know. Then other people who attended that service will be notified that they should get tested. The name of any person who tests positive will be keep confidential to protect their privacy.  
    3. On Sundays there can be choir and congregational singing, as long as everyone is wearing a mask and socially distanced. There will be no fellowship after the Sunday services. 
    4. We will provide communion wafers on the table in the Narthex for anyone who prefers not to come to the altar rail to receive communion. We will not be offering communion wine at this time.  
    5. We will provide hybrid Bible Study (meeting in person and via Zoom) except on the Sunday of our annual meeting (Sunday, January 23 and a snow date of Sunday, January 30).  
    6. We will record our Sunday and Wednesday worship services and post them on the church’s Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/oursaviourky) and YouTube Channel (Episcopal Church of Our Saviour, Madison Co, KY).  
    7. We will monitor the situation with COVID in Madison County, as well as the recommendations of the Madison County Health Department and the CDC. If the positivity rate continues to increase in Madison County and Kentucky, we will consider returning to virtual services only and not meet in person until it is safer to do so. 
    8. It is important that you regularly check your email to receive updated information. Please call other church members you know to make sure that they are aware of any changes in our services and our plans for the annual meeting.   
    9. If you have any questions or concerns, please talk to Mother Carol or any member of our “A Way Forward Team.”  

      We will continue to be guided by the best science and medical expertise. This is a time for us to work together, support one another, act with grace and patience, and above all, trust that God is always with us.  

    Thank you,  

    Mother Carol &

    Members of “A Way Forward Team”

  January 2022  
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