Here are the themes for our worship services this month at KCC!
We hope in this time of physical distancing that the Worship Services lift your hearts and spirits, and let’s you know how much God loves you and is with you in these uncertain times!
November 7, 2021. All-Saints Sunday/Dia de los muertos. Día de los Muertos and All-Saints Sunday is always a very special and meaningful service for many at KCC. This year at both in-person services and online, we will commemorate this special day when we remember and honor those special people in our lives we call “saints.”
You are invited that Sunday to bring a picture of a loved one you wish to remember and honor, or a candle, personal item, a token that represents that person with you to service as we build an altar of the saints.
November 14, 2021. Stewardship Sunday. This year’s Stewardship theme is, “Rooted in Love.”Our theme draws inspiration from Psalm 1: “They are like trees planted by streams of water, which yield their fruit in its season.” We are reminded that it is in God’s love that we are grounded, and as we go deeper with God and each other, we are nourished, renewed, healed, made strong, and grow.
November 21, 2021. KCC Member, Dr. Brock Allen, gives us his second part of the eco-theology sermon expressing how God’s law of attraction and neighborliness is found throughout the creation. Creation is indeed God’d first revelation! Plus, join your KCC Friends on Sunday, November 21 following the 10:30 AM Worship Service to prepare our campus for the Advent Season. We will be putting up Christmas Trees, the Advent Candle Wreath, the Sanctuary Greenery Swags, and Banners. Many hands make light work and it’s a great way to get into the feeling of this special season of anticipation and mystery.
November 28, 2021. 1st Sunday of Advent: BE MINDFUL. “O Come, O Come Emmanuel,” and be with us during this special time of year. We will hear words of an adult Jesus explaining that if we are not mindful of the signs and wonders of God all around us that speak to God’s presence with us (Emmanuel), then we can fall into dispair. So let the first candle of Advent be lit, and rekindle our hope this day.