Bill shares his feelings on the new 10:30 a.m. Worship in The Sanctuary and other opportunities for worship on Sundays at Kenilworth Union. Kenilworth Union Triple Pivot Hi friends, my name is Bill Evertsberg and I'm one of the ministers at Kenilworth Union Church, and this is Doogie, our WalMart greeter [...]
September 20 will be unlike any Homecoming Sunday since maybe 1918, but I am looking forward to seeing a few of you I haven’t seen since the weirdest St. Patrick’s Day weekend I can remember.
All are Welcome
Sunday, August 30 at 9:30 a.m.
Bill talks with Lisa Bond, director of music ministry, about how she and others have continued to provide worship music, and why choral music is especially risky in a pandemic world. When Words Fail, Music Speaks Bill: Hi friends, my name is Bill Evertsberg and I'm one of the ministers at [...]
written by The Reverend Dr. Katie Snipes Lancaster For two voices and a bell. There comes now, a collective global groan, uttered at times to no one, that ascends to the ears of God. Hear our cry for help, O Holy One. BELL Hear our cries, united by the constant, vexing, unearned [...]
Community Service of Prayer
Thursday, July 30
Dr. Pearce will preach at the
10 a.m. Summer Worship on
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Click here to view “Kyrie” from Mass in G Major, Franz Schubert, performed by Kenilworth Union Church Chancel Choir during May 3, 2020 Divine Worship. By Miya Higashiyama Kenilworth Union’s music ministry is beloved by the church community. Though Covid-19 threatened the ability of these musicians to come together in song and prayer, some [...]
Quarantine. Isolation. Social Distancing. Six Feet Apart. No Visitors. Last Goodbyes on Facetime. The Reverend Dr. William A. Evertsberg One of the sadder and crueler repercussions of the coronavirus lockdown is that it has exacerbated a pre-existing condition for many Americans. Before the virus struck, there was already an epidemic of loneliness [...]
By The Reverend Dr. Katie Snipes Lancaster On a typical Confirmation Sunday, there are a thousand tangible instructions: sit, stand, walk, go, sing, speak. People ask, "What should I wear?" Family travel from sometimes literally across the globe (as near and far as France, Spain, Australia, Boston, Denver, Florida, Lake Forest, and Warwick [...]