Location

Southeast Christian Church
Shelby County Campus

196 Midland Blvd

Shelbyville, KY 40065-9734

Phone: 502-907-2576

Directions

Worship Service Times

Sundays • 9:30 a.m. & 11:15 a.m.


Children's Ministry
Children's programming will be available for Birth through 5th Grade for all services.



Leadership



Kyle Idleman
Southeast Christian Church
Senior Pastor

Max Semenick
Campus Pastor
msemenick@secc.org


Bryan Elliott
Connections Pastor
belliott@secc.org


Tyler Minogue
Community Engagement Pastor
tminogue@secc.org





Frequently Asked Questions: General






Shelby County Children




Shelby County Children

SE!KIDS weekend experience will serve as a catalyst for Gospel-centered relational connections with kids and their families throughout the week.


The Bible—from Genesis to Revelation—is God’s True Story! In the Bible, we discover Who God is, What He has done, and How to respond to Him. Our prayer is that every child will find their place in God’s Story by trusting Jesus to forgive them and choosing to follow Him for the rest of their life!


Register



Frequently Asked Questions: SE!Kids






Shelby County Students



Our Student Ministries exist to awaken a generation to the glory of God.


That means working hand-in-hand with the Holy Spirit to show who God is to every middle school, high school, and college-age student in our community.


We pray our ministry serves as a catalyst for change in every student’s life. Our goal isn’t accomplished until each of our students leaves the building on mission to awaken his or her own generation to Christ.


Get Connected



Starting Point

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!

Events

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.

Groups

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.