Get to know Louisville’s religious communities

From churches, mosques, synagogues, and temples, Louisville is home to a wide array of religious organizations.

Zion Baptist Church

Zion Baptist Church was founded in 1877

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We’re teeming with religious communities. No matter what you’re looking for — be it a church, mosque, synagogue, or temple — we’ve got the details on six local religious communities.



There are hundreds of churches within Louisville. We couldn’t list them all, but use this directory of churches to get started.



The Jewish Community of Louisville has a directory of local congregations as well as other local organizations including career services and healthcare.


Other faith-based communities

  • Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans, 809 S. Fourth St. | A community for earth-based spirituality that offers free Wednesday evening classes at the First Unitarian Church of Louisville.
  • Psanctuary, 2321 Payne St. | This non-denominational community centers around faith through mushrooms containing psilocybin. Learn more about the mushrooms.

We know this is an incomplete list of religious organizations in Derby City. But if yours didn’t make the list, tell us about it.

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