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 [...]
Ruth E. Field
Tues,, Feb. 26, 7 p.m.
Potluck & Food Drive
Friday, February 8
5 to 7 p.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 The Reverend Dr. Jo Forrest Our church is much more than our beautiful sanctuary, it is the people who embody Christ to us. Every day, our hearts are filled hearing stories about our congregation and the many ways we share God’s love with each other. As we proceed into the cold, gray [...]
Why does Kenilworth Union Church—and the people in it—have the key to your heart?
Some of the young people who were listening to country music in Thousand Oaks, California, on Wednesday night had also been listening to music at a festival in Las Vegas on October 1, 2017. After 58 people died in Las Vegas just a year ago, the Lake View Presbyterian Church in Chicago prayed this [...]
Volunteers Needed: Care Guild attends to Church members by delivering meals, writing, assisting with transit, and making phone calls to individuals and families during life’s ups and downs. Please consider participating in this vibrant and important ministry. Volunteer online or pick up an orange volunteer form in the information center.
By Katie White, Stephen Minister One of the greatest gifts we have as Christians is God’s unconditional love. I believe this love is so strong that we cannot help but share it. Our Church is incredibly blessed with so many opportunities to share this love. This Sunday, we celebrate Congregational Care Sunday, an opportunity [...]
By Chris Beer When you or your family is going through a time of need, whether it is tied to a happy time (birth of a new baby) or a sad time (loss of a loved one), the gift of a meal is much more than a tasty casserole. The exchange of a meal and [...]