What I Am Discovering During The Pandemic – KCRC Online Service for May 17, 2020.

  A fingerprint is used to identify, DNA even more so. Other ways we are identified in this world may be by our family of origin, our culture, our appearance, or status. But if you were asked what is your identity in Christ? What would your answer be? A positive outcome of this pandemic is the opportunity to rediscover our attitudes and priorities and “who we are in Christ” and “what we have in Christ”. 

We welcome Pastor Shawn Ketcheson back as our guest preacher. Grab you bible we will be reading from Philippians 2:5-8. We hope you can join us.

During COVID-19 we are streaming our services, see link below for the audio recording. Wherever social distancing finds you today, your kitchen, your living room, by yourself or with your family, you are welcome please join us……
Please note – those of you using a mobile device may have to set your browser to “desktop mode” to access the download button (a glitch with our site – sorry about that).

Link for Service Audio: What I Am Discovering During The Pandemic

And, hey, once this COVID crisis is safely over, and live worship resumes (yes, we’ll let you know), we’d love to have you join us in person for worship.
We usually gather each Sunday at 10am.
Don’t worry about getting all gussied up.  Just come as you are – we’re a church full of imperfect people.
And we’d be glad to have other imperfect people, like you, along for the ride! STAY TUNED – we’ll let you know just as soon as Sunday, in-person worship resumes.

What If Mothering Gets Hard? – KCRC Online Service for May 10, 2020.

Today we celebrate Mother’s Day. Would you agree with the saying: “What happens to your child, happens to you”? So true, isn’t it? So what do you do when your child is ill, or rebellious, or one day walks away from faith, never to return? Tough stuff!  In today’s message the women in the story whose child is ill had to pass numerous  tests (including the sense of divine silence, doubt and discouragement) prior to blessings. 

She ultimately experiences God, through Jesus Christ and we can too. We welcome Pastor Shawn Ketcheson as he shares the message from Matthew 15: 21-28, so grab your bible and please join us.

During COVID-19 we are streaming our services, see link below. Wherever social distancing finds you today, your kitchen, your living room, by yourself or with your family, you are welcome please join us……
Please note – those of you using a mobile device may have to set your browser to “desktop mode” to access the download button (a glitch with our site – sorry about that).

Link for Service Audio: What if Mothering Gets Hard

And, hey, once this COVID crisis is safely over, and live worship resumes (yes, we’ll let you know), we’d love to have you join us in person for worship.
We usually gather each Sunday at 10am.
Don’t worry about getting all gussied up.  Just come as you are – we’re a church full of imperfect people.
And we’d be glad to have other imperfect people, like you, along for the ride! STAY TUNED – we’ll let you know just as soon as Sunday, in-person worship resumes.

Finding Jesus… in the Old Testament: The Son of Man

For this the final message in our Epiphany Series “Finding Jesus …. ” we welcomed guest preacher, Rev. Joe Groeneveld who helped us find glimpses of Jesus…. in the Old Testament in a strange, yet powerful vision…

… given to the prophet Daniel about someone called “The Son of Man.” We find this story in Daniel 7: 1-14.
You’re invited to download the podcast. Grab a bible. Then follow along……
Please note – those of you using a mobile device may have to set your browser to “desktop mode” to access the download button (a glitch with our site – sorry about that).

Here’s the podcast…… Finding Jesus…. in the Old Testament: “The Son of Man”

As always, feel free to pass this stuff around.  You can also find this, and other messages online at the KCRC website under the tab “Sermons And Stuff.”

We’d also love to have you join us live for worship.
We gather each Sunday at 10am.
Don’t worry about getting all gussied up.  Just come as you are – we’re a church full of imperfect people.
And we’d be glad to have other imperfect people, like you, along for the ride!