“Unto us a child is born!”. Come experience the good news on December 24 at 7:00 p.m. for Kenwood’s Candlelight Service. All are welcome!
The children of Kenwood have been practicing hard and can’t wait to perform this year’s Christmas Play,“Christmas Shopping for a King”! The play will take place during 10:00 worship on December 14th. There will be one showing of this fabulous event, so don’t miss out. Look forward to seeing you there!
We had 25 Kenwood volunteers turn out to participate in Mission to Hanover. Mission to Hanover is a program administered by Hanover County and Resurrection Disaster Relief. The volunteers assisted our neighbors who needed help in winterizing and having minor repairs done to their homes before winter arrives.It was a great success!
This year Kenwood has the opportunity to once again help Elmont families who are in need of food assistance this Thanksgiving. In the narthex there is a board with the food items needed for each family. Please take an item that fits your budget and bring it back no later than Sunday, November 23rd so the food can be delivered in time for Thanksgiving. As always, thank you for your support of the Elmont Community and for helping to stop hunger one meal at a time.
A BIG THANK YOU to all of you for your generous donations during October “Undies for ACES” Collection. We received 21 pairs of adult undies, 30 pairs of children’s undies, 2 sets of thermal undies, 18 pairs of adult socks, 24 pairs of children’s socks, 10 pairs of youth socks, 17 items of food and 1 toothbrush. A special thanks to Debbie Duty for counting and delivery!
November 15th, 11:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m., there will be a Fall Festival and Craft Sale at Kenwood in the Education Building. The Festival will have Crafts and Foods to purchase as well as a Silent Auction and Raffle. Girl Scout Troop 3201 has put together this great event. All proceeds will be donated to Hanover Safe Place. Come out and join the fun, get a start on your holiday shopping and support a wonderful cause. Hope to see you there!
For the past several years Kenwood has supported “Mission to Hanover” (M2H), a program administered by Hanover County and Resurrection Disaster Relief to assist our neighbors who need help in winterizing or having minor repairs done to their homes. Kenwood is participating again this year. We will meet at Kenwood at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, November 8th and will break out into groups to work on four homes in our area. Usually we are finished with our work by early afternoon. The Outreach Ministry would like to invite all other Ministries at Kenwood to think about how they can become involved in supporting this wonderful service opportunity to help folks in our community. If you would like to help, please contact the Kenwood office at (804) 798-7444.
Did you know that the U.S. Dpeartment of Argiculture reports that 49 million Americans go hungry in this country every day? Almost 25 percent of those Americans are children. These children depend on school breakfast and lunch programs as a main source of food during the school year. Once school ends, these children go hungry every day. Some of these children live right around the corner from you! You can be part of a new ministry that is gathering and delivering groceries. Elmont school also will be including books for the children to read each week, so they can keep up with their summer reading lists. For more information contact Kristie Vota at email@example.com or Susan Cunningham at firstname.lastname@example.org
Register now for Workshop of Wonders (WOW)! July 28 through August 1 enjoy being with your friends and making new ones as you learn about God through Bible stories, crafts, science experiments, and music. Snacks will be provided. To register and see a brief preview video go to http://2014.cokesburyvbs.com/kenwoodumc
Questions? Call Laurie McMann (798-6763) or email Kenwood UMC at email@example.com
During worship on Sunday, May 18, we will recognize the youth of Kenwood who are graduating from high school this year. Afterwards, there will be an opportunity to offer best wishes to the graduates during a reception in the fellowship room of the education building. Come show your support and appreciation for these young people as they begin the next chapter of their lives. Light “finger food” and beverages will be available during the reception.