Augusta Independent Schools (AIS)
Small School, BIG EXPERIENCE. Since 1900, Augusta Independent Schools (AIS) has provided K-12 public school education. As one of the smallest schools in the Commonwealth, the mission of Augusta Independent Schools is to enable all students to become self-sufficient, responsible, ever-learning members of society while sustaining our unique Augusta community and school.
Under the Son Early Childhood Education Center
Under the Son is a Preschool facility that is open to children ages 2 to school age. They are privately owned and are located at 201 E 2nd Street.
For more information please call us at (606) 402-0158.
Augusta Christian Church
Located at 110 East 4th Street, the Augusta Christian Church invites you to join them for services. For more information, call (606)756-2083.
Augusta Crosspoint Campus
Augusta Crosspoint Campus is located on 4th Street. For more information about our services, please contact Lead Pastor, Chad Current at (937)602-4787 or our Campus Pastor, Brandon Conrad at (606)584-9947.
Augusta Presbyterian Church
Join us on Sunday at 9:30 AM; Sunday School at 10:45 AM. 101 East 4th Street. Join us the Second Wednesday of every month at the Church for our "Bread Basket Lunch." It's a wonderful time to enjoy a good home cooked meal and wonderful fellowship!
Augusta Trinity United Methodist Church
Opened in 1885, the Trinity United Methodist Church is located at 400 East 4th Street. We invite you to join us every Sunday & Wednesday where you will become a part of our growing family of believers.
First Baptist Church of Augusta
The First Baptist Church of Augusta is located at 300 East 4th Street.
St. Augustine Catholic Church
St. Augustine Church is the Roman Catholic Church of Augusta, Kentucky. Visit our website or call (606)756-2377 for more information.
Augusta Art Guild
As a community-based organization, the Augusta Art Guild's primary goal is to bring a deeper appreciation of the arts to our area. By creating art, we give back to the community through exhibits, events, concerts, and scholarships. We believe that creativity is a part of everyone’s life and the way we use this gift brings us together. Our gallery features art from a wide variety of local and regional artists, in addition to special exhibits. For more information, visit our website or e-mail AugustaArtGuild@gmail.com.
Built in the 1820s, Augusta College claimed that it was "The First Established College of Methodism in the World." Its brief but turbulent era reflected our nation's own impending civil war conflict, with the rising anti-slavery sentiment eventually causing the Kentucky Legislature to revoke the college's charter in 1849. In 1852, a fire destroyed Augusta College. In 2017, one of the original college structures, the former dormitory known as "Echo Hall," was just days from demolition when a community-based preservation group quickly organized to step in and save it. Known as the Augusta College Echo Hall Association (ACEHA), this group has successfully purchased this important piece of Augusta's heritage and is presently raising funds to renovate the structure so that it may once again serve the community. To learn more about Echo Hall and Augusta College or to make a donation, visit www.saveechohall.com.
Augusta Lodge #80, F. & A.M.
Gregory T. England (606)402-1431
Meets the 1st Saturday of every month at 7:30 PM on the 2nd floor of 128 Main Street
Knoedler Memorial Library
The Knoedler Memorial Library was built in 1928 and was given to the City of Augusta by Mr. Philip Knoedler of Chicago, in memory of his parents. The library is located at 315 Main Street and is open Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri 11am-5pm and Saturday 10am-2pm.
Service Above Self" is the Rotary's motto. As a community organization in Augusta, the Rotary sponsors a wide variety of events including Heritage Days, the White Christmas Parade, the Easter Egg Hunt, Annual Pancake Breakfast and Duck Race. They are also known for their "World-Famous Rotary Burgers." Rotary meets every Monday at 6 PM at the Parkview Inn.