Welcome to Kenilworth Union Church

A Christian nondenominational community church where we come together to worship, find spiritual inspiration and guidance, and go out in service of others.

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Inspiring Music and Worship Services

Enjoy the Sights, Sounds, and Fellowship at
Kenilworth Union Church

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Programs for Youth and Children

Doves Sunday School Class

(Jr. Kindergarten and Kindergarten)


We Come Together in Prayer & Fellowship

The Knitting Ministry

Come join us twice a month for an afternoon of knitting and conversation. Experienced knitters and beginners are all welcome!


Mission Trips for Adults and Young Adults

The IMPACT High School Mission Trip to Guatemala


Opportunities for Families to Volunteer together

Rebuilding Together
This agency organizes a chance to help someone in need by giving them a helping hand.

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Compassionate Outreach and Service to those in need

2016 Community Ties Benefit

Friday, April 22


Divine Worship and the Earthly Sanctuary

And have them make Me a sanctuary, so that I may dwell among them.  —Exodus 25:8


We Come Together On A Glorious Day

Worship with Sermons that will make you Respond

News & Announcements



Prayers of the People—January 31

God of our joy, God of our suffering, have us not ask “why me” but turn to you instead and trust in you as we face the road together. Give us this day a vivid sense that you are by our side. Remind us there is nowhere this day we can go or any companion that will ever rob us of your grace and your infinite care.

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Unique in Many Ways

For those in the community who were unable to attend the recent Faith & Leadership event, Tom Tropp (VP of Corporate Ethics at AJ Gallagher) delivered an address that was as unique as any prior guest speaker. Humility is one of his most important values. The two characteristics being knowing you can make mistakes and knowing you can make better decisions when you listen to other people. Tom also addressed the difference between young arrogance (driven by insecurity) and mature arrogance (gained from inner strength and self-awareness).

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Prayers of the People—January 24

We are grateful for our Church, this single body with its multiple and varied gifts. We are thankful for each other, for we are not self-sufficient, and we need each other.

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Sticky Faith

Enter the 5-adult rule. Research in youth ministry suggests that in order for youth to develop sticky faith—faith that sticks—they need to be part of an intergenerational web of relationships. And thus, the 5-adult rule. Youth need a web of at least five adults who know them by name, who say hello to them when they show up for worship, who invite them to church fellowship events, who wonder how they are when they are not at Church.

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Prayers of the People—January 17

In beauty, your goodness overflows. In pain or sorrow, your comfort and mercy meet our every cry. Even when our ears are closed to your whispered hope, you are there. Even when our eyes are blind to your work in the world, you are there.

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but God…

Honestly, we have difficulty perceiving God cares about the commute or the staff meetings or helping with homework, but God does. How we live day-to-day and week-to-week is the most important part of our living in God’s world, not just Sunday morning worship.

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Kids 4 Kids Club Night

Calling all 1st–4th graders! Please join us Tuesday, February 9 from 4:15 to 6 p.m. RSVP required.

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Illinois—The Path Forward

Monday, February 22 at 7 p.m. in the Culbertson Room Learn about current issues facing the Illinois government at this presentation by 18th District State Representative, Robyn Gabel. As the chairperson for the House Human Services committee, Representative Gabel will address “at risk” social services in our community.

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Faith & Leadership

Adult Education: Explore christian values in the workplace, Thursday, February 25, at 7 p.m. We welcome Robert Wolcott, the Executive Director of the Kellogg Innovation Network (KIN) and a Clinical Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

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KUC Outdoors

Saturday, February 13 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. for cross-country skiing in Kettle Moraine State Forest in Whitewater, Wisconsin, please RSVP by Monday, February 8.

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Parenting with Love and Logic

A free 4-session parenting program designed to provide positive, loving tools for raising happy and well-behaved children, built around the science of caring & respectful relationships. Session 1: Thur, Jan. 28 at 7 p.m. Session II: Tues, Feb. 2 at 1 p.m. Session III: Thur, Feb. 18 at 7 p.m. Session IV: Tues, Feb. 23 at 1 p.m.

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Wednesday Morning Bible Reading

All are welcome to join new Bible Reading of the Book of Ruth on Wednesday mornings from January 27 through March 2 at 9:15 a.m. in the Library.

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