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The Cadiz Christian Church was founded on August 1, 1842 by 24 people.  After initially meeting in the courthouse, it wasn’t long before we moved to a log structure.  In 1852, we met with the Masons and agreed to construct a building that would be used by both groups.  In 1892, a church building was constructed at the corner of Main and Madison, and the church continues to meet in the same building.  

As a church we have sought to be a place where people of different beliefs can find a common ground on which to stand. We have through a variety of projects sought to serve the needs of our members and the needs of our community.  In all that we do, we want people to know the grace of God.

Micah 6:8

Do justice, love mercy and walk humbly with God.



Senior Pastor: Rev. Kevin Deibert

Kevin and his wife Tracy came to Cadiz from Denver, Colorado via North Carolina. He received an MDiv from Wake Forest in 2016. He also has a B.A. in Religious Studies and a B.S. in Psychology from Regis
University in Denver Colorado. Pastor Kevin’s done many things in life, from washing dishes to being a chief engineer for satellite television production and news gathering events such as the changing of the
flag in the former Soviet Union to what is now Russia. Because of these different livelihoods, he’s travelled all over the world from Sarajevo and Somalia to Cadiz, Ky. Tracy and Kevin met and were married in Colorado and have a house full of fur babies.
Pastor Kevin also serves as the chaplain for the Trigg County Hospital and serves for the Trigg County Travelers Aid and the Cadiz Christian Church community assistance program. He believes that everyone is welcome at the Lord’s table and in God’s house, “no matter who you are, where you’re from or what you’ve done.” Our common ground is love and when Jesus says to love others, he means love everyone and anyone as you love yourself. What’s good for you is good for them, no one is excluded.

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Music Director:  Laura Grigson

Laura Grigson has been Cadiz Christian Church Music Director since January of 1990 and a church musician since the age of 16. She received a Bachelor of Music Education from Morehead State University in Morehead, Kentucky, and a Masters of Music Education from Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tennessee. Having met her husband, Dan, while attending Morehead State University, they have a son, Shawn, a daughter, Danna, and two grandchildren, Rowan and Lola. Laura taught elementary music for five and a half years in Dover Tennessee and for eighteen and a half years at Trigg County Primary and Intermediate Schools.

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Youth Leader:  Melissa French-Tremmel

Hello! My name is Melissa French-Tremmel. I am originally from Toledo, OH and have called many places home since 2005. I have lived in or spent time in Illinois, Florida, Texas, Washington, Virginia, Alaska, and now Kentucky is where I currently call home. I grew up wanting to pursue a career in construction, as I was one of three females that participated in the skilled trade program at my high school. Unfortunately, due to a back injury I suffered I was not physically capable of fulfilling my pursuit of having a career in construction. During my youth church and religion was never pushed upon my brothers or I but we were exposed to it through our grandparents, who are of Lutheran denomination. I spend free time crafting whether im making or designing shirts, wreaths, signs, making cards or using epoxy resin to make various crafts. 


Kyle and I met in 2012, at the time he was working at Subway where he likes to joke that it was his sandwich making skills that stole my heart. We married in May 2015 when he decided to join the Army. Together, we have three handsome and rambunctious boys, Keegan (9), Kolton (7), and Kayden, also known as Moose (5). They can be a handful at times but they are a blessing for sure and I do not know what life would be like without them. I am excited to be on this spiritual journey with my family as I continue to learn about my religious beliefs and views.    

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Cadiz Christian Church is also a Green Chalice Ministry.  This means we participate in the Green Chalice Program,  a creation care ministry developed by the Christian Church In Kentucky in 2007. As part of this program, we strive to demonstrate the fullness of God’s shalom through living out our faith by caring for God’s creation.   You can learn more about the Green Chalice Program by clicking on the button below.

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Located outside our church and built by a member of our congregation, we have a Blessing Box that is open 24/7.  It is to help those in our community or passing through that may be in need of a small "blessing" in the form of a food or hygiene item.  It is essentially a mini-pantry in which anyone can take what they need and/or leave what they can.  Anyone is welcome to donate items to the box.  

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To help pet owners who may need a little extra help with pet food from time to time or in an emergency, we have a small pet food bank.  If you are need in of a hand with pet food or know someone who is, you can call us and we will set up a time for you to come pick it up.  We also accept donations from anyone who would like to contribute.  In addition to pet food, we also take cat litter and gently used but clean toys or blankets.

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