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Tom Coverly will be sharing Sunday morning, July 18, at both the 9:00 am and 10:30 am worship hours and then again Sunday afternoon at 2:00 PM at Railroad Square. Tom Coverly, a former youth pastor for 12 years, felt the call of God on his life to travel the world using comedy magic to share the Gospel. In the first year in 2007, God exploded the door open for Tom to speak in 38 states. This show is a How COVID has affected us
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In the months of February and March, we will be having a conversation about marriage and relationships. Our world has devalued marriage and the marriage commitment and we want to dive into God’s Word and see what it says about God’s design for marriage. The Song of Solomon will be our base text for the series as we explore what God intends for marriage and what healthy marriages will do for the future of God’s church and the future of How COVID has affected us
Friday, January 29, 2021 – Present – KCC is open on Sunday mornings for worship. All our children’s programming for kids 5th grade and younger is open at 10:30 am. Youth Group for Jr. High and High School is meeting Sunday evenings from 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm in the lower level. Monday, December 14, 2020 – Our KCC Kidz area, preschool, toddlers, and nursery will be back open beginning, Sunday December 20, 2020. The lower level has been completely How COVID has affected us
One Step Forward By Andy Bratton, Senior Minister Things are getting ready to happen with our lower level construction project and I wanted to bring everyone up to speed on the why and what of the happenings. When I arrived in 2015 I had a weekend getaway with the Elders to discuss the current health of the church and to create a strategy going forward. When I started here at KCC, what was fresh in people’s minds was a horrific How COVID has affected us
Jordan Harrison – Youth Ministry InternJordan grew up in the church where his father Micheal, was the minister and mother Karyn, was the worship minister. Jordan believed he was meant to join the military but God had chosen another path for him. He enrolled at Great Lakes Christian College in the spring of 2016. Jordan started taking his faith seriously after being stuck in a bus for nine hours with his GLCC professor and church elder, John Nugent. Following a lengthy How COVID has affected us
For an upcoming project we ar looking for a picture of you and/or your family holding a sign with three words written on white paper or postr board that define your life or at least this time in your life. Once you take said picture, please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do not post these pictures to Facebook. We would like to collect them all and reveal them at one time during Sunday worship. Pictures are due by Wednesday, April How COVID has affected us
The Luke Cyrus Band is coming back to Kalkaska on Sunday, May 20th! They will be leading Sunday morning worship (8:30 am & 11:00 am) at the Kalkaska Church of Christ and again leading music for the Kalkaska High School Baccalaureate service also held at the church. The Luke Cyrus Band is composed of five Michigan musicians that bring their individual musical tastes and influences together to create a unique style of music with soundscape roots that can be traced back How COVID has affected us
The Kalkaska Church of Christ recently purchased a pre-owned 21-passenger Ford bus for ministry use! The bus can be used during the week with children’s programs, WASP & Octane, to transport children from the school to the church building. The youth will benefit from using the bus for transportation to outings locally like work projects, skiing, sledding, movies as well as longer trips to SuperStart CIY, Believe, Move, and the like. Church-wide outings are also in the works to places How COVID has affected us
People are migrating away from religion at an unprecedented rate-Christianity in particular. Once upon a time, people believed religion offered solutions. Today, many people view religion as the problem. In this 6-part series, Andy Stanley addresses this tension and sets a foundation for faith that will stand up to the rigors of the real world. Join us Sundays at 10 am in the Worship Center starting March 4th.