About Kemptville CRC

We are a community of young and old, urban and rural people, company leaders and blue collar types who care deeply about our relationships with God and with each other. We simply care about trying to connect every part of life to Jesus.  Everyone can find a place - and truly belong. We’re also quick to admit we're a pretty imperfect bunch in our daily lives, and our spirituality.  As they say, we're still "on the way."  If you can relate to that, you'd fit right in here, "A Church for Imperfect People.”

Join us this Sunday. Just show up!


Services at 10:00 a.m., every Sunday.

Childcare is provided, and programs for kids ages 3-8. A quiet room is available. Plan to stay for refreshments after the service!

Most services are led by one of our three bands. The sound and feel is informal – sort of a “country coffee house” vibe. Readings, prayers and messages address real needs and concerns of our daily lives, connecting them to the timeless truth and loving care of God, as that comes to us through Jesus. You’ll find the Bible playing a huge role in our worship, as the compass of  our faith, guiding us to Jesus. You’ll also notice hints and pieces in worship that almost sound ancient – which they are, inspired by some of the ways Jesus-followers worshiped almost 2000 years ago.

If you would like to listen to past sermons, our pastor posts audio sermons on his Blog, Pastor Ken’s Notes


Monday June 26th, 2017

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Ready for take-off! After a prayer from chaplain Peter Slofstra, the riders took off this morning about 10 a.m. from Trinity Western University to dip their tires in the Pacific Ocean off White Rock, BC. Great to see friends and family out to support the riders. A special shout out to White Rock Community Church for providing a rest stop to the riders – thanks pastor Steve Doerksen and Joel Slofstra for your work on that!

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Monday June 26th, 2017

So, we had a WONDERFUL time worshipping in Maplewood Park – commemorating Canada 150. The last bit of the service was, well, a tad moist. But we could all hustle into the Hall to enjoy potluck lunch, strawberries & ice cream, and finish with singing "Shine, Jesus, Shine." Think someone is going to have to check the roof – it may need to be nailed down again.
Thanks to everyone who worked hard to make this service possible for North Grenville. And thanks to David Shanahan for being our guest preacher.
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At KCRC we value getting out of the pews, and rubbing elbows in smaller group settings. We've got clubs for girls and boys, meeting on Wednesday and Thursday nights, respectively.  Women and men love spending time modelling mature faith living to the kids, while helping them have FUN! There are also small groups meeting at various times through the week for women and men.  Call or email for more info.