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Community Dinner

Sunday, November 29, 4-6:30 p.m.

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This Week In Worship--ADVENT I
November 29, 10:30 a.m., Sanctuary

Today is the first Sunday of Advent, which is the beginning of a new liturgical year. This year's Advent devotional booklet is Unto Us a Child is Born by Henri Nouwen--please pick up one per family from the ushers. The focus word this week is HOPE and the Advent candle will be lighted by the Yebuah family. The sermon title is "When Nothing Is Safe" and the scriptures are Jeremiah 33:14-16, I Thessalonians 3:9-13 and Luke 21:25-36. Poinsettia/Christmas Memorial Donation order forms are available and due by December 7; also, this will be the first of three weeks that you are invited to decorate the Winter Warmth Tree with scarves, hats mittens, gloves and socks for all ages. The Adult Study Class will meet following worship and plan to return at 4 p.m. for the Advent Decorating Party in Fellowship Hall--decorate the Fellowship Hall tree, make crafts, cards, cookies and have dinner!  This is for ALL ages--see you there. 

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Ushers and Greeters: Bob Young, Captain, Kate Furlong, Jim Walker

Lector: Verna Williams

Beadle:  Nan Yebuah

Parking Lot: John Lane

Coffee Hour: VOLUNTEER NEEDED--contact Lydia Morgan

Church Opener/Closer:  Gary Langhorst
Flowers: VOLUNTEER NEEDED--contact Brenda Abrams

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--There is an URGENT need for coats for children of all sizes!!  WARM socks and underwear for all is an ongoing need. 

PANTRY--ALL personal care products, especially toothpaste, soap and shampoo, along with detergent and dish soap, Ramen noodles and boxes of macaroni and cheese.

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!

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

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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