The KCC annual food drive for Wilderness Christian Assembly camp is April 11 – April 25, 2021. The camp is planning on about 100 campers this summer. The first Sunday, April 11th, we are asking our church body to sponsor breakfast at $2 per camper. The second Sunday, April 18th, we are asking our church body to sponsor lunch for campers at $3 per camper. The third Sunday, April 25th, we are asking the church body to sponsor supper for campers at $4 per camper. How COVID has affected us
KCC will begin supporting Adrienne Stratton of Go Ministries in September. 2020. Adrienne Stratton is originally from Vestaburg, Michigan. She attended Great Lakes Christian College. After serving on staff at GLCC in 2014, she went on a “GO Internship” with Go Ministries. It wasn’t long afterward that she moved to the island of Hispaniola (home of Dominican Republic and Haiti) in 2016. Adrienne now serves as Director of Community Development for Go Ministries. Follow Adrienne on her Facebook page.
What a refreshing time sharing with Todd & Ann Ziems this past Sunday. The Ziems started Son-International in January 2003 with a heart to share the love of Jesus and provide clean, drinking water for people in Tanzania, Africa. If you missed hearing about their mission work in Tanzania, you can see their talk online either on our website or on our YouTube Channel. The KCC Missions Committee hosted a potluck lunch for the Ziems after worship on Sunday. They How COVID has affected us
The Kalkaska Church of Christ sent out two mission teams to Haiti in February 2019. The first team, led by Tim Severance, headed up to Sonlight Ministries in Port-de-Paix; the second team, led by Sara Blasko, traveled to HOPE mission near Gonaives. Each team was in the country about 8 days working with the church-supported missions and their missionaries.
The final Sunday in 2017 is a 53rd Sunday. That Sunday, December 31st, the entire offering will be given to the missions and missionaries that KCC supports on a regular basis! We’ve asked our missionaries to give us a “Wish List” to help us know what they might purchase with the extra financial gift. Here are some of their responses: Home improvements for Emmanual Pierre (local Haitian preacher) – HOPE Mission Video/ updated website – White as Snow Ministries Video projector How COVID has affected us
KCC is having a school supply drive for kids in community for the beginning of the school year. We would like to have a large supply of any of these materials available at the Blazer Bash Thursday, August 31st to be available to anyone who may need them. School supplies and backpacks are very cheap right now, so if you are out and about and can pick something up, that would be amazing! Wal-Mart has backpacks for $4.97, and crayons and How COVID has affected us
We’re super excited to offer three new Faith Training Classes beginning this Sunday, April 23, 2017 at KCC! Our goal with this class is to strengthen and help hurting marriages. However, we also believe this class will help prepare young singles and couples for marriage in the future. Additionally, we’ll be looking at how God fits into all of this. The “I” in Marriage meets every week in the Worship Center with Andy and Lisa Bratton. The Bible is How COVID has affected us
Dear Kalkaska Church of Christ Family ~ To the place that has blessed me & molded me into the man I am today, and now the place that God has used to bless my wife & I on our mission trip to the Dominican Republic….THANK YOU! I was absolutely taken back by the amount raised by the fellow believers in this Church family! We are fully funded and can’t wait to see what God has for us in the Dominican! How COVID has affected us
An unannounced love offering taken up Sunday morning at KCC exceeded the amount needed to send Nathan & Cassie Cummings to the Dominican Republic with Casas Por Cristo (Houses for Christ)! $2,2683.10 was given towards the couples mission costs. Cassie writes on her Facebook page: “Thanks to the generous support from the members at Kalkaska Church of Christ we are now [un]officially fully funded for our missions trip to the DR with Casas Por Cristo! (Unofficially because the checks are How COVID has affected us
Last week I had the amazing opportunity to lead a mission trip to Atlanta, Georgia. Jana Dickman and myself took 9 high school students to Jesus’ Place, an inner city mission that provides spiritual and physical needs to needy families in their community. On Easter Sunday we attended services at Jesus’ Place and were able to meet some of the congregation which is made up of mostly needy men. We got to be a part of the wonderful system that John Vernon How COVID has affected us