We will be volunteering Friday, February 10 at Rahab’s Sisters. The women at Rahab’s Sisters are in desperate need of warm winter clothing, including blankets, socks, gloves, scarves, hats and coats. We will take any donated items to the meal on Feb. 10.
Who Is Jesus: What a Difference a Lens Makes – Lesson 6: According to Hebrews In lesson five we got a sampling of how Paul understood and preached Jesus, the crucified and risen Christ. We saw how his lens differed from those of the four gospel writers. In lesson six, we will look at Hebrews, … [Read more…]
We hope to replace the drinking fountain in the main floor hallway with a more modern fixture. Some have offered to make a designated donation toward its purchase and installation. If you wish to make a designated gift toward this project, place place your gift, duly identified, in the offering plate or send to the … [Read more…]
We will fill seven grocery bags with fresh and non-perishable food for the Presidents’ Day school holiday. The bags will be delivered to Grout Elementary on Friday morning, February 17. Please bring food donations in groups of seven if possible. Thank you.
The annual meeting will be held as a part of the worship service. Join us to celebrate all the wonderful things that happened in the life of Kenilworth Presbyterian Church in the last year. There is no meal included in the meeting so that our members and friends can return home for the Super Bowl … [Read more…]
Please stay safe.
Forecasts for Saturday night, Jan 7 and Sunday morning Jan. 8, suggest that canceling worship may be prudent. Pastor David and Clerk Rick will be making a decision on this as things develop over the next 24-36 hours. Please check the church’s webpage and Facebook page on Saturday evening and Sunday morning to see if … [Read more…]
Caroling will start at 3:30 pm in front of the church on Sunday, December 18.
Worship on Christmas Day will be informal. We will worship in the Fireplace Room and enjoy many of your favorite Christmas carols.
Join us as we welcome the birth of our Lord and Savior with a candlelight service. Bring gifts of new gloves, mittens, a hat or a warm winter scarf to share. The gifts will be given to a warming center.