Coming Events

Sunday, November 30, 4-6 p.m.

Join us in Fellowship Hall to make decorations, bake cookies, enjoy fellowship and eat pizza for dinner.  The tree in Fellowship Hall will be decorated and there will be crafts to take home.  All are welcome!!

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This Week In Worship
November 30, 10:30 a.m. Sanctuary


Today we begin our Advent journey--From Wilderness to Incarnation. The Morgan-Sweeney family will light the Advent candle, the sermon title is "Watching and Waiting" and the scriptures will be Isaiah 64:1-9, I Corinthians 1:3-9, and Mark 13:24-37. Please read these passages before worship.  The prelude will be liturgical dance, communion will be celebrated and the Chancel Choir will sing "From the Apple in the Garden". Church School Classes for Pre K-Grade 12 meet at 9:15 a.m., the Adult Study Class will meet after worship.Please bring donations for the Sock Tree, pick up an Advent Devotional Booklet if you haven't already, and bring your Christmas Memorials Form if you are donating. Thanks!!

                    See you in church!

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Ushers: Brenda Wallace, Captain, Ron Hooks, Bob Young

Liturgist: Edith Patton

Communion Servers: Jim Walker and Karen Durant Thomas

Beadle: Joey Furlong

Parking Lot: Chris Che

​Coffee Hour: 

Church Openers and Closers:  Gary Langhorst

Dossal Flowers: Sue Imhausen

The Caring Place

9-2 Tuesdays/Thursdays  513-841-1499
The Caring Place is housed at KHPC and was established in 1982 by a group of area churches.  They have a food pantry and a clothes closet and other assistance as available.  Want to help?

CLOTHES--UNDERWEAR and SOCKS for ALL (especially adults!!!)

PANTRY--Ramen noodles, soup, peanut butter, laundry detergent, beans, rice.

Items may be brought to worship on Sundays, or dropped off at The Caring Place during their hours of operation.

In the name of Jesus Christ, we will in unity minister to our communities by offering assistance to those in need of spiritual, physical and emotional service.

Help Needed!

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Vision Statement

Everything is made new again. Our Vision Statement reflects our new calling, which prayerfully evolved from our Journey of Transformation.


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