Worship Themes

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!  We provide a Worshipful Experience Video each Saturday.  The video is available on our Listen and Watch page premiering at 6 PM each Saturday,  It can also be found on our YouTube Channel and our Facebook page.  We hope in this time of physical distancing that the Worshipful Experiences lift your hearts and spirits, and let’s you know how much God loves you and is with you in these uncertian times!

On May 2, 2021, Kensington Community Church will begin In-Person Live Worship Services in our Sanctuary and Lander Hall.  Since our seating capacity will be limited, we do ask that people Sign Up before attending. Please wear your mask and watch your distance when you come to worship. And follow the instructions of the Ushers.  This way we can serve and care for the least of these and keep everyone safe!

June Themes


June 6, 2021.  Graduation Sunday!  Graduation Sunday is one of our favorite Sundays of the year! We’ll hear from our High School Grads about what it means to come of age in a time such as this. And we’ll shower them with our love and blessings as they conclude one part of their life’s journey and prepare for their next.

June 13, 2021. After the events of that first Pentecost, the early church started to organize itself. It looked very communitarian in it’s approach.  Everything was held in common and redistributed to help the suffering and poor. It set the stage which would be the church’s mission for 2000 years. Community was the antidote to isolation and the struggles of daily life.

June 20, 2021. Father’s Day.  We welcome friend of the congregation, the Rev. Paula Elizabeth, to our pulpit this week. Rev. Elizabeth will be preaching on themany times Jesus beckoned to others to “follow him.”  What does it means to follow in the way of Jesus? To move on from one life to a life in Christ?.  Jesus consistently is asking us to evaluate if we are following him. And if we are not, then we course correct to walk the more loving and compassionate way.

June 27, 2021.  When the early converts to The Way saw all the good the early church was doing under the leadership of Peter and John, they rejoiced and felt like something important was happening.  It was a time of reckoning. The “powers that be” though were not excited about the changes that were occurring. These changes meant a loss of privilege and status. Their position was important to them, but to God, it’s the power to bear fruit of God’s reign that matters.


Missed a Sunday?  Check out all the past sermons, and a selection of musical offerings on our YOUTUBE Channel!  

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