Most of you are aware that our community is deeply concerned about the spread of the CoVID-19 virus and that public leaders have called upon citizens to limit social gathering in order to keep public health risks low.
At KCF we take the biblical call to worship together in Christian fellowship very seriously. However, we also know that the Bible urges us to consider others before ourselves and to honor those who the Lord has placed in positions of civic leadership.
In times like these, finding a way to obey on all sides can be awkward, but if anything, 2000 years of history has proven that Jesus made his church adaptive, resilient and creative. We can do this!
Here’s how we are going to both worship together and limit our social gathering at KCF this week:
In place of its multiple campus meetings, KCF will be holding a single live online worship service at 9:30am every Sunday.
We aren't your typical churchWe are quick to admit that we don’t have all the answers but we know Who does.
We are a wild collection of characters that have come to faith in Jesus including a number with messy, complicated lives and even a few with squeaky-clean ones. But our common denominator is the fact that we are incomplete souls in need of having our foul-ups forgiven by the One who paid for our sins on the cross.
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RESOURCES & MUSIC
Rick & dain's parenting tips
Each week we release a new edition of Parenting Tips and share a short video. It is our goal to help parents better navigate the waters of creating respectful and well behaved children.
Jeremy Hartshorn’s newest release, Day One, is out now! Follow the link to download the track now, and be sure to check out the rest of the KCF worship albums!