KL Worships - 10 am Service

We gather together and follow a form of worship designed to create a sense of community.

Sun. May 15th @ 10 am - Our service this week is the fifth Sunday of Easter with Rev. Hugh D. Reid along with Rev. Dr. David Winsor, who will be giving the sermon. There will be a celebration for Rev. Dr. Winsor after the service to honour him for his years of service and dedication.

Music will be coordinated by Ian Grundy. The service will be IN-PERSON as well as ONLINE. 

While we no longer screen for vaccination status, we request that all attendees who are eligible, be fully vaccinated. If you are feeling ill or test positive, please stay home and join via livestream or watch the recorded service. In-person attendees are required to wear a face mask. 

The link will be e-mailed Sunday morning prior to 10 am, and will be posted here. The recorded version will be available after the service.

Sun. May 8th service Sun. May 1st service
KL Worships - Fresh Start Service (8:30 am)
Informal - Interactive - Inspirational

Join us for an earlier, briefer, more intimate service to kick-start your week in a connected way. 

Sun. May 15th @ 8:30 am - Rev. Alydia Smith - Caring for mental health is a holy habit

Our line-up of moving speakers to round out the Fresh Start season:

  • Sun. May 22 - Rev. Hugh Reid
  • Sun. May 29 - Jennifer Henry - Do the Bible's curing stories need healing?

Join Zoom Meeting (opens 8:15 am, service begins at 8:30 am):   https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83941804545?pwd=VXlsQ1labUJTSHJKT1VvOU1iM2hVQT09

 
Sun. May 8th Service Sun. May 1st Service
A Prayer for Ukraine

Gracious God, who calls us all your children, we join with peace loving people around the world to pray for peace in Ukraine. We pray for those who are afraid now, hiding in shelters, fleeing for their lives. We pray for those grieving the death of loved ones. We are thankful for Jesus Christ who suffers with the suffering, who clothes the oppressed with dignity, who brings love and life more powerful than death to hopelessness. 

We confess that war is cowardice by other means, born of fear. We stand with the perfect love of God that drives out fear and calls us to beat our swords into ploughshares. We stand with the people of Ukraine and Russia who want to raise their children in peace. 

Give the peoples of this earth wisdom rooted in our shared humanity and your eternal love.  Life is too short for hatred and love is too long for delay.  Grant us your peace Good Shepherd.  Grant safety to Ukraine and our fragile world.  In Jesus name.  Amen

Ukrainian Crisis - how you can help

Many have asked how they can help the people of Ukraine during this time of severe crisis. Below are a few agencies to which you can consider making a monetary donation:

There are likely other agencies you may know. Aside from donations, please keep the Ukrainian people in your prayers for their safety and for an end to the bombing and fighting in their country.