This Week In Worship--10:30 a.m.
Return to the Valley--Transfiguration Sunday
Transfiguration Sunday is the day we remember Jesus' becoming shining white in appearance and talking with Moses and Elijah. It is also the final Sunday before Lent--Ash Wednesday is 3 days later. Scriptures are Exodus 24:12-18, 2 Peter 1:16-21 and Matthew 17:1-9. There will be more music than usual, with the Adult Bell Choir and the KHPC Kids offering anthems in addition to the Chancel Choir's offertory--which this week will include the congregation as well. (Don't worry--there will be practice before worship.)
Did you know that the ashes that are used on Ash Wednesday come from burning the palms used for Palm Sunday the previous year? We will be burning these palms after worship and everyone is invited to help chop up the dried palms and watch them burn. Please meet Mary Kamp in Fellowship Hall after worship.
Speaking of Lent, it begins with Ash Wednesday on March 1 with identical services in the sanctuary at noon and 7 p.m. More information about the season is here: Lent 2017
Church school at 9:15 for pre-K-grade 12.
This is the LAST week to help out The Caring Place with donations of deodorant and soap.
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THIS WEEK'S WORSHIP TEAM
Liturgist: Bob Rankin
Ushers: Susan Stebbins, Capt., Kate Furlong, Sue Roerdanz
Beadle: Allison Singleton
Parking Lot: Ted Ziedses des Plantes
Coffee Hour: Karen Durant Thomas and Gloria Manggrum
Church Opener/Closer: Don Johnson
Flowers: Rose Che
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. There is a food pantry, a clothes closet and other assistance when possible. Want to help?
FEBRUARY WISH LIST: Deodorant and soap. Thanks for your help!
Please remember The Caring Place during these cold winter months by donating your spare winter clothes, comforters and blankets, sheets and pillowcases, towels and washcloths, and we ALWAYS need underwear and socks for the whole family (especially men).
Items may be placed in the basket by the lectern in the sanctuary 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.