Coming Events


This FREE series is for seniors AND those who care for them! Workshops will explore all aspects of aging. First session, led by Marcia Lane, licensed occupational therapist, covers fall prevention and home equipment resources, with some Tai Chi exercises for balance. August 3, 12-1 p.m., repeats August 6 from 7-8 p.m.

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  • Young Ringers at Cabaret 2010
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This Week In Worship
July 27, 10:30 a.m. Fellowship Hall

This week, the service theme will continue the "plant" parables of Jesus, but this time the focus is on the mustard seed and yeast; reminding us that God can do so much with just "Small Beginnings", which is this week's sermon title.  Please take time if you can to read the focus scripture in advance--Matthew 13:31-33, 44-52.  Special music will be offered by Evan Smith on saxophone. See you in church!!

SENIOR SERIES--Mark your calendars NOW for the first session of a new series about aging issues. Our first presentation will be on August 3, 12-1 p.m. and repeat on Wednesday evening, August 6, 7-8 p.m. Our own Marcia Lane, a licensed occupational therapist will do a presentation on fall prevention, including information about home equipment that helps with prevention and allows people to stay in their homes longer.  There will be take-home resources too. Marcia will begin by sharing some Tai Chi exercises, which are very helpful with balance, and there will be plenty of time for questions. There is no charge for this presentation and guests are welcome.  This is an important series not only for seniors, but for all those who have responsiblity for aging family members and friends.  This series is presented by the Discipleship Development Ministry, Sue Roerdanz, Chair. 

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Ushers: ​Brian Bebeau, Captain, Carolyn Miller, Michael Hedges

Liturgist:  Wade Swormstedt

Beadle:  Carrie Wallace

Parking Lot: Henry Morgan

​Coffee Hour:  The Battle Family

Church Openers and Closers:  Donna and Ted Ziedses des Plantes

Dossal Flowers​Tracy Sheridan and Brian Bebeau

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 (adult/children/male/female), men's shirts, and washclothes, towels, and sheets

PANTRY--Soup (anything but tomato), Ramen noodles, cereal, toilet paper, dish soap, paper towels, all personal care products, especially shampoo.

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.

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Are you ready to lend a hand at KHPC? We have lots of opportunities for you, please visit our Help Page!

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