This Sunday Pastor Keith Carpenter will begin our new series on the Book of Hebrews starting with an overview highlighting important aspects of this fascinating New Testament letter. Greater, Smarter, Better scripture from Hebrews 8: 6-13 (read along).
|Pastor Keith Carpenter has been the Senior Pastor at KCC since 1987. His messages combine careful Biblical exegesis with humorous insights and
hard-hitting, real life lessons. Keith and his wife Michelle have been married for 30 years and have three children—Kirk, Jeffrey, and Marisa. Pastor Keith is an avid sports fan and has great illustrations linking sports to spiritual truths.
If you are or would like to be a part of the Welcome Team of the church:
Greeters, Welcome Center Personnel, Coffee Makers, Coffee Clean up, Baristas, Buyer for Kitchen Supplies
We would like to have you attend a gathering on Sunday, September 28th from 12:45 - 2:00 p.m. in the Fireside Room.
There will be a light lunch, we will introduce ourselves to one another and talk over a few details in each of the ministries.
Kent Food Bank Annual Fundraiser Breakfast
Friday, October 10, 2014
7:30 - 9:00 a.m.
Carlson Center Gym
Join Pastor Keith or Pastor Dave at a table of KCCers to supprt the Kent Food Bank.
KCC donates a portion of your benevolence giving to the food bank each month because it is
such an important resource for hungry people in Kent.
Please RSVP to Pastor Dave.firstname.lastname@example.org or Pastor Keith so we can reserve your seat.
Sunday, October 19th
12:45 - 3:00 p.m. in the Gym
Join us for our fall congregational meeting. We have important decisions to make: the election of Leadership Team Members, financial reporting, a by-law change to introduce, an update from our "new" Student Ministry Director/Pastor Search committee and more! Lunch will be served.
Childcare available with 72 advance reservation to Fabiana.email@example.com or call 253-631-0222 ext. 325.
Give the gift of sight to someone in Congo!
Donate your used prescription glasses to the Paul Carlson Parntership, and they will be delivered personally to
our medical partners in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The Paul Carlson Partnership has been fighting disease and poverty in the northwest Democratic Republic of Congo
for over 45 years. Base in Chicago, the PCP is affiliated with the Evangelical Covenant Church.
Drop off your glasses in the collection box at the Welcome Center or at the church office.