About Kemptville CRC
At this time during the COVID-19 Crisis all KCRC groups and programming remain suspended. Weekly worship services are shared both in person and online. In person attendance follows COVID safety protocols of distancing and wearing of masks. Our Sunday morning 10:00am service is livestreamed and available through the Kemptville CRC YouTube Channel. Hope you can join us.
**Announcements for Sunday, September 19, 2021:
*Children’s Worship Live is happening this Sunday at 10:00am. This is an hour for your children to worship on their level under the leadership of our youth ministry coordinator Tori deSchiffart. This takes place in the main hall just through the entrance doors. There is plenty of room for the planned activities and also to follow safety protocols.
*This Sunday we welcome for in person worship those designated to Group A and all those who do not have access to the online service and all visitors. All others are invited to watch online, a livestream of the service available here.
Our Sunday morning worship at this time designates KCRC family and friends to specified weeks to either share in person or online.
Each week there is room for visitors, we gladly welcome you to worship with us either on site or online. Sunday mornings at 10:00am. Safety protocols are in place including sign in, wearing masks and safe distancing guidelines.
Livestream Services can be found on the Kemptville CRC YouTube Channel. Search for us there, and subscribe.
Archived services can be found under Sermons & Services
So…… what will you find when you worship with us? All services are led by one of our 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.