Keith originally came to First Baptist Church in 1999 as the Minister of Young Adults and Missions. In 2004, he became the Pastor of the First Baptist Church of Hamilton, Texas. In 2016, FBC Frankfort called him to be the Minister of Missions. In June of 2019, Keith accepted the call to be the Senior Pastor of FBC Frankfort.
Keith graduated from Union University, Lexington Theological Seminary and B.H. Carroll Theological Institute. He was licensed to the ministry as a senior in high school and was ordained to the Gospel ministry by FBC Frankfort in 2001. He is married to Sharon Kirkpatrick and they have three children, Carter, Dakota and Maya.
“You are invited to participate in the life of the best missional congregation I have ever known. We desire to be Christ-like in everything we do. We are genuinely ‘doers’ of the word and not merely ‘hearers.’ From providing basic healthcare to the uninsured through the free Mission Frankfort Clinic, to an entire floor of our building dedicated to a Clothes Closet and Christmas Toy Store, to our Payday Ministry that gets people out of harmful payday loans, to our Soup Kitchen Ministry, to the Emma Quire Mission Center located in Owsley County which is one of the poorest areas in the country, to our partnership with Cooperative Baptist Fellowship missionaries in Morocco as we support their work with refugees and migrants in Oujda. This is only a small portion of where we try to be the hands and feet of Jesus to a world in need of God’s love. Come, visit, see us in action and maybe the Lord will lead you to join our team as we seek to be love-carriers to Frankfort, Kentucky and the world.”