The church’s liturgical year is a rich source of illumination and inspiration—12 months of the year. To hear some of the season’s recent sermons, click here. Check out the topics and themes we will explore in upcoming weeks:
October continues the amazing wonderful and meaningful worship experiences at KCC to be hearers and doers of the Good News! Gather at 8:30am or 10am for these wonderful times of communal worship of our Loving God!
Sunday, October 29: Reformation Sunday. A high liturgy service celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation along with a look at where and how God is guiding the Protestant branch of the Christian family tree into our future.
Sunday, November 5. This Sunday we will center our worship on a congregationally chosen hymn-sing. Come and lift your voice to God and make a joyous noise singing these beloved songs and hymns.
Sunday, November 12. We will be using this Sunday to honor those “saints” of our lives. At both the 8:30 AM and 10 AM services, we will observe a special Communion Service with the saints of our faith and of our lives. We will remember those who have died over the last calendar year as we will celebrate the great cloud of witnesses that are always with us.
Sunday, November 19: Stewardship Sunday. As we journey toward generosity with Christ, we recognize that blessings are easy to feel but hard to count in these chaotic times. But kindness and giving fill the void, and all us to take such meaningful steps to bring about the fruit of the peaceable reign of God. Following the 10 AM service, we will host our Annual SPUD BOWL luncheon in celebration of the wonderful ways that God blesses KCC thru people’s amazing giving of their time, talent, and treasure. This Sunday we will also be blessing the collection of socks, underwear, and PJs for the children of Ibarra Elementary.
Sunday, November 26. We will be blessed to have as our guest preacher, the Rev. Jessica Chapman. She is a dynamic young leader of the UCC and we are so grateful that she will be with us. Following the services, there will be manger making to prep your home for Advent, as well as, a mission time to make lunches for refugee families whose children attend Ibarra Elementary.