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Second Grade Communion Milestone

On March 15 (from 9—10 a.m. in the Centennial Room), Katie Lancaster and Christine Hides will lead an interactive communion milestone gathering. At this family event we will explore what the Lord's Supper might mean to you personally and as a family. We especially want families with a second grader to consider signing up [...]

A “Wow, God!” kinda Sunday

By The Reverend Christine V. Hides We have an uptick in visiting families! Can you offer 30 minutes on a Sunday morning? We need greeters to warmly welcome visitors and guide them to their classrooms. Your hospitality is most appreciated. Please click here to access the sign up sheet; use the “greeter” tab.  Yesterday [...]

The Habitat Project

Three Things to Know About the Fifth & Sixth Grade Habitat Project at Kenilworth Union Habitat is a beloved Kenilworth Union tradition where 5/6 grade students lead younger children through stations to learn about life in the time of Jesus.This year youth will update stations with new information from what they learned [...]

Children’s Relationship with Christopher House

By Liz Dischner We are so grateful that Kenilworth Union's Children’s Ministry has been highlighting Christopher House this year. Thank you so much for generously contributing to Christopher House through the Children’s Chapel offering and by participating in the ongoing diaper drive. So far, your children have collected $1200 through their weekly chapel and [...]

Joy! (and all the rest)

This week's newsletter is especially for the parents. The parents who are struggling to keep it all together. The parents who are experiencing sadness or grief even as the Christmas carols play on an endless loop. By The Reverend Christine V. Hides In the midst of the holiday cheer there can also [...]

Finding Peace in Hard Places

By The Reverend Christine V. Hides Breakfasts and brunches with Santa, wrapping Christmas gifts for outreach agencies, basketball and hockey games, homework and chores, travel plans and family gatherings. The weekends leading up to Christmas are brimming with excitement and maybe a hint of exhaustion. On Sunday morning, after a few unexpected [...]