By Silvi Pirn Anxiety is very real issue in this self-proclaimed high-pressure community. It affects us all and I often wonder whether we can help “make it better” for everyone. To that end I have chosen to screen the documentary, Angst: Raising Awareness Around Anxiety, as part of this years IMPACT theme of [...]
By Roger Winship The Christian journey is meant to be joyful and Jesus delivers this message throughout the New Testament. We get there in part by coming together through the ministry of Kenilworth Union Church and Christian outreach, as in Psalm 37:3–4, “trust in God, do good always, feed on his faithfulness, delight [...]
By The Reverend Dr. Katie Snipes Lancaster We gather at tables: big and small tables, full and fuller tables, ordinary and stunning tables. Every time we gather, we have a chance to say thank you: thank you God for the people at this table, for the food on this table, for the labor [...]
Potluck & Food Drive
Friday, February 8
5 to 7 p.m.
By Roger Winship The Patriots may have won the Super Bowl, but the Rams won our Souper Bowl! Donations will continue to be accepted through February 24. God’s magnificent love for us is overwhelming and as Christians we seek ways in which we can live out the love of God throughout [...]
By Christine V. Hides For years my husband and I sang the “moon song” to our girls before bed. By the fourth year we parents were over it, yet they strongly protested when we tried to introduce a new song into the routine. Parents sense that bedtimes are a sacred ritual for children, [...]
The secret meditative garden will be dedicated on Sunday, February 10 in worship.
8, 9, and 10:30 a.m.
One of the easiest and best ways to bring a smile is to send a short note of encouragement, happiness, and love to our members who are homebound and no longer able to attend. If you would like to do this wonderful service as a part of Caring Connections, please contact Don Farnsworth. To [...]
By Roger Winship When the call for help is received by each of us at Kenilworth Union Church we respond generously as people of faith. Giving is a very personal experience and while I cannot speak for each of you, let me share why I believe we are so moved toward generosity. [...]
By The Reverend Dr. Katie Snipes Lancaster Do you pray in the morning? Maybe it's easier to pray at night: the burdens of the day build up and almost urge us to pray. But by morning, rested and recharged, there's a different song on our heart—one of hope for what might unfold. I [...]