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.    Interested in becoming a member?


Sunday, September 18

We come together  for worship, fellowship, Sunday School, and the Annual Meeting. (calendar)
There will be refreshments during fellowship after all worship services and at 11:30 a.m. fresh baked pizza will be served. 

Worship with Sermons that will make you Respond


Programs for Youth and Children

Everyone enjoyed Digging Into Rooted Things themed week, the spirited activities and faith-filled worship was centered around D.I.R.T. and how “God digs dirt.” Pictures



Mission Trips for Adults and Young Adults

The IMPACT High School Mission Trip to Jamaica
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Opportunities for Families to Volunteer together

Rebuilding Together was a complete success again this year, There were 31 volunteers ranging in age from teenagers to seasoned adults.  We completed five different projects for Orchard Village, a home for developmentally challenged adults.


Compassionate Outreach and Service to those in need

 We volunteered with Adaptive Adventures at the  Beyond the Waters Beach Party on Sunday, July 24. Individuals with disabilities come from all over the city to bike, kayak, and listen to music.


Inspiring Music and Worship Services

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

News & Announcements

Every Voice Makes a Difference!

Every Voice Makes a Difference!

Does growing closer to God fit into your life’s plan? Would you be interested in ways to sing your faith, make life-long spiritual connections, learn traditional hymns and the sacred music of the Masters, jam to gospel music, sharpen your musical skills, and inspire the congregation, all while joyfully serving the Lord with gladness?

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Prayers of the People
—August 21

For the citizens of Syria, in the midst of a much too long civil war: send peace. For the people of Louisiana, in the midst of severe flooding: send endurance. For the young women competing in the Olympic Games, who serve as a role model for girls around the globe: send courage. For the places of unrest in our own lives, our own families, our own systems of government, our own city: send new unity and love.

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Prayers of the People
—August 14

You warmed the hard, winter earth and slowly nurtured life from death. Those barren months are but a memory as the summer sun draws the corn taller and the tomatoes riper. Your divine power is evident in this common, dependable order in this life. With this same creative power, God, we pray you will bring our lives to the fullness you planted deep within us. Give us the patience to allow our lives to unfold. Give us confidence our lives will flourish in your care.

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Sunday, September 18

Worship, Annual Meeting & Fall Fun

8 a.m. Worship with Communion in the Schmidt Chapel
9 a.m. Worship, Children's Chapels, and Youth Breakfast
10:30 a.m. Worship and Sunday School
11:45 a.m. Annual Church Meeting

Fellowship takes place on the front lawn after all worship services. All are welcome.

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Prayers of the People
—August 7

Help us sense that you are near to us and invoke the spirit of the Serenity Prayer to do the things we can and accept and leave in your hands with peace in our hearts those things where we have done all we can. Help us to love when we don’t feel loved. Help us to be ministers of peace when we don’t feel at peace.

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Annual Church Meeting

Sunday, September 18 at 11:45 a.m. in the Sanctuary

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2016 Music Retreat

This September, join fellow Rejoice Singers, KUC Youth Choir members, Junior Bell Choir participants, Chamber Ensemble members and their families in beautiful Green Lake, Wisconsin for the 17th Annual Music Retreat.

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Women’s Bible Study

To Live Is Christ begins Wednesday, September 14 from 12:45 to 2:45 p.m. Books must be ordered, please register before September 7.

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Rabbi Evan Moffic

Join us on Mondays, September 19 and 26 at 7 p.m. in the Culbertson Room for What Every Christian Should Know about the Jewish Holidays. In this two-part series, Rabbi Moffic will explore the history of Jewish holidays to their biblical origins. Each class is stand-alone. All are welcome.

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September First Wednesday

Please join us on Wednesday, September 7 at noon for Mudslinging, Muckraking, and Apple Pie with returning actor Terry Lynch. Please RSVP to Sallie Smith by September 2.

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at Ryan Field in Evanston, IL

Gather with friends on Saturday, September 3, for tailgating at 9:30 a.m. followed by the Northwestern vs. Western Michigan football game at 11 a.m. Tickets must be purchased in advance to receive discount and information on tailgating. Questions? Contact Sarah Hepner.

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2016 Kenilworth Union Church Clambake

Join us for adult fellowship on Saturday, September 17 at the home of Nick and Susan Noyes on beautiful Lake Michigan. A genuine clambake, catered by George Jewell with craft cocktails by Wansas Tequila, will be served on a private beach. If desired, please bring your own blanket, beach toys, and preferred beverage. Reserve your ticket for $100 per person to help us pursue our Church Outreach goal.

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