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:
Here are the themes for our worship services this month at KCC! Gather at 8:30 AM or 10 AM for these wonderful times of communal worship of our Loving God!
Sunday, September 2 (LABOR DAY WEEKEND): SERVICE Sunday! Our annual Sunday where we cancel the 8:30AM and 10AM Worship Service and we work on some community service projects in our larger community as well as on the church campus. Wear clothes you can work in, and a can do spirit as we allow our service to be our worship this day.
Sunday, September 9 – RALLY SUNDAY: The Annual Kick-Off Event of the Program Year. The Choir will return, the Sunday School programs will begin the new year, we’ll have a yummy BBQ following the 10 AM service, and Pastor Darryl will layout some themes that we’ll be looking at in 2018/19.
Sunday, September 16: Come hear Azar, Rex, and Nik give a fabulous presentation of their wonderful experience during the intern exchange with Maryhill Parish, Glasgow Scotland.
Sunday, September 23: Have you ever been passionate about something? Been triggered emotionally? Maybe had drink or swallowed something that loosened your inhibitions? Then you said something you regretted or blurted out something in anger! Yeah … James, Jesus’ brother, has had that happen too and he’s got some wisdom for us to try to avoid that happening.
Sunday, September 30: Let’s introduce a lil’ eternity into our lives. Patience in suffering is essential to the Christian faith. That is not to say that we ought not to struggle against injustice and continue to hope for a better tomorrow, but by plugging into more of God’s timeline, we can strengthen ourselves for the journey.
Sunday, October 7 – BLESSING OF THE ANIMALS: Our annual Sunday of honoring our special relationship with our fellow members of the animal kingdom, and the special role our animals friends play in the Peaceable Realm of God. Click here for more information.