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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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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!

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Opportunities for Families to Volunteer together

Rebuilding Together
This agency organizes a chance to help someone in need by giving them a helping hand.
Orchard Village
7660 Grosspoint Road Skokie IL on May 7 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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Annual Benefit a Heartwarming Success

Fun and fundraising went hand-in-hand at the annual benefit on April 22 at the Michigan Shores Club. A sincere thank you goes out to all who gathered and showed their support for our Outreach agencies. Look for fundraising details soon, as well as photos and a special invitation to participate in preparations for the 2017 event!

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Divine Worship and the Earthly Sanctuary

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

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We Come Together On A Glorious Day

Worship with Sermons that will make you Respond

News & Announcements

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Choral Music Sunday — Beethoven’s
Mass in C

Beethoven’s righteous words describe our journey of learning Beethoven’s Mass in C Major. Our dedicated Chancel Choir has been working very hard this church season to bring you their very best, all to glorify God. This Masterwork is being offered for worship this Sunday, May 1 at the 9 and 10:30 a.m. services.

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Prayers of the People—April 24

We bless you that we are awake and aware, and free to praise you. We are bound up in the family of Christ, here in this place, and with every Christian in every land, worshiping in their mother tongue, as we do ours. With gladness, we are part of your pattern and purpose.

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Please view the benefit webpage for details on how to participate in the wine cork pull, to buy benefit tickets, or to learn more about the event and auction items.

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Prayers of the People—April 17

Risen One, be with the Nigerian girls, kidnapped by Boko Haram, some of whom were shown this week to still be alive two years later. Risen one, be known to us in the beating of their hearts. And, O God, be in Ecuador, where an earthquake unraveled a city, killing 77, and in Japan, where the earth also shook, taking dozens of lives. Risen one, be known to us in the earth's shattering news.

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KUC Blog: St. Leonard’s House

By Molly Sawyer
St. Leonard’s is a residential and educational resource equipping men and women recently released from prison to lead productive lives.

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Rummage Donations

From June 9 to July 5, we’ll be accepting donations of new and gently used items. So please get busy clearing out your basements and closets of all those things that you no longer need but that others might treasure—from your special antiques, artwork and furniture to clothing, electronics, and sporting goods.

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2016 Israel Trip
October 27–November 7

We are pleased to invite you to join Bill, Jo, and others this fall to visit the Holy Land in Israel in partnership with Glencoe Union Church and Rev. Dr. David Wood. Our two churches have had a long history of shared ministries and this is a unique opportunity for all of us. As part of our journey we will encounter the biblical past as well as the circumstances of modern times. Special attention will be given to (1) the gospel narratives within their first century Jewish context, (2) the origins and growth of early Christianity, and (3) our role as Christians within the context of the Israeli-Palestinian peace movements.

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Wednesday Morning Bible Reading

New eight-week session of Wednesday Morning Bible Reading beginning May 4 at 9:15 a.m. in the Library. Come read along from the Book of Matthew to explore the healing, teaching, and miracles of Jesus.

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QUEST: Urban Immersion Chicago
June 17–19, 2016

This 2016 mission program for 7th and 8th grade and the trip destination is in Chicago. Applications are currently open for all 7th and 8th grade youth and high school leaders.

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May First Wednesday

Wednesday, May 4 at noon
Circling the Sun based Paula McLain's novel Circling the Sun. Please RSVP.

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Outreach—Rebuilding Together

Rebuilding Together is canceled for this Saturday, April 30, We will reschedule next week on Saturday, May 7 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. The work will require some minor repairs, lots of painting and staining, and some trimming of bushes. All work is outside.

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Parenting and Faith Reading Group

All are welcome to join this new group on Fridays, May 13, 20, and 27 from 10 to 11 a.m. Babysitting is available.

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