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SERVICE INFORMATION

Join us Sundays at 10:30 am

Our sanctuary is an old neighborhood grocery store, and our gatherings are fairly small and informal. All are welcome, so come as you are! Expect to read some Scripture, sing some songs and hymns, hear a short homily, and have time for fellowship, discussion, coffee, and snacks. Children begin in the service and then are dismissed to their classes following a short children's message.

SERVICE INFORMATION

Join us Sundays at 10:30 am

Our sanctuary is an old neighborhood grocery store, and our gatherings are fairly small and informal. All are welcome, so come as you are! Expect to read some Scripture, sing some songs and hymns, hear a short homily, and have time for fellowship, discussion, coffee, and snacks. Children begin in the service and then are dismissed to their classes following a short children's message.

FAQs

Thinking of visiting but have a question first? Feel free to reach out to us directly with questions or see frequently asked questions below.

We make every effort to make our church accessible to all people. Although we only have street parking, there is an accessible drop-off zone in front of the church, a chair-lift to the basement classrooms, large-print handouts, a sensory room, and more. If we don’t have the accommodations you need to worship comfortably, let us know and we’ll try to make them. 

At KPC, we are committed to creating a safe and welcoming environment for all people, especially those who have been hurt or excluded by churches in the past. To learn more about how we are working to increase the competency of our welcome, see our shared commitments on our Who We Are page. 

Yes, we’re members of the Mennonite Church USA (MC USA), which is the largest Mennonite denomination in North America. If you aren’t familiar, no, that doesn’t mean we wear bonnets and ride buggies, but, yes, that does mean we are Anabaptist Christians committed to following Jesus in lives of discipleship and to seeking peace and justice for our community and world. To learn more, see the MC USA’s page Who Are the Mennonites?

We value people of all ages and especially seek to incorporate children and youth into our worship and community life. We don’t just view children as the future of the church but see them as active participants now who often teach the rest of us new perspectives on God and life. Our services begin with a time of intergenerational worship before children are dismissed to classes where they’re taught the same Scriptures the adults are studying in an age-appropriate way. About once a month, we keep the children in the entire service for intergenerational worship.

We recognize that everyone is on a faith journey, and we welcome you to join us wherever you find yourself on that journey. We welcome questions, doubts, and perspectives that challenge our own ways of thinking about God and the world.

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Speaker: Susannah Larry

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Speaker: David Cramer

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