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You are welcome to peruse the archive and listen to audio versions of sermons, special events and music from Sept. 2017 to March 8th, 2020. From March 15th, 2020 to the present, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, videos of all services are provided.The sermon archive as well as the Home Page lead with the latest sermon uploaded. Please scroll down the Sermon Archive page and follow the page guide to the dates you wish to hear. If you click on the Sermon heading on the Home Page you can view the Menu and search for sermons according to speakers, series, books of the Bible, and dates.
(Hint: The service begins at 7:36 on the timeline) – Assisting Pastor Sharyl ~ Peyton Dixon, Liturgist; Jean Volk, Organist Nov 29th Online Bulletin; Nov29_Advent1_Coloringpage1; Nov29_Advent1_Coloringpage2
Nov 22nd Online Bulletin Thanks to Peyton Dixon for assisting the Pastor and Calling on Him, the KPC Praise Band for worship music.
The Women’s Bible Study group met on Thursday, November 12, from 1:30 – 2:30 PM using Zoom via computer or telephone. Pastor Sharyl Dixon led the study of the 2020-2021 Horizon Women’s Bible StudyLesson 2, Lamenting Together. Pastor Sharyl recorded this video overview of the Lesson. The description of Lesson 2 is below. Communal laments…
Click the link above for the video. Pastor Sharyl continues the series Sunday School Stories with Genesis 45:1-20 ! Joseph’s story of forgiveness. Follow the service with the Nov 8th Online Bulletin
Nov 1st All Saints Day_Online Bulletin
October 25 Online Bulletin Chris Renshaw is a third-year student at Princeton Theological Seminary where he is pursuing a Master of Divinity degree. Originally from Austin, Texas, Chris attended college at the University of North Texas before earning a master’s degree at Yale. He enjoys hiking, playing tennis, reading biographies and novels, and watching movies.
October 18th Online Bulletin 5 Finger Prayer Peace and Global Witness Offering Insert
Rev. Sharyl Dixon provides an overview of “Into the Light”, the 2020-2021 Horizon Women’s Bible Study and the first chapter, The Heart of Lament. At the heart of a Biblical lament is the perceived absence of God, the realization of how empty life without God can be. Therefore, to lament is not an act of…
October 11th Online_Bulletin