Join us as we spend time together.
Join us as we spend time together.
WOMEN'S SELF-DEFENSE SEMINAR, Monday, August 7, 6–9 pm in the Kirk Chapel for all women ages 17–97! Space is limited to the first 60 who register, so sign up online today or email email@example.com.
KDS NIGHT AT THE BALLPARK, Wednesday, August 23 Come celebrate the start of the 2017–2018 school year at the Cardinal’s game with your KDS friends! Cheer on our favorite baseball team and our very own KDS Singers as they sing the National Anthem. Plan to arrive by 6:45 pm to hear the KDS Singers followed by the first pitch is at 7:15 pm. Tickets are available for $18 each at www.kirkdayschool.org/kds-night-at-the-ballpark/.
(Beginning in September)
8:45 am – Sunday School
10:00 am – Worship
5:00 pm – Student Ministry SNF
5:15 pm – Kirk Kids, Club56
5:30 pm – Community Groups
9:15 am – Women's Bible Study
6:00 pm – Midweek Community Group
6:15 pm – Women's Bible Study, Friendsdays
6:45 am – Men's Bible Study
The Kirk's Nursery cares for children ages 6 weeks to 36 months for Sunday worship, K-Groups, Bible studies, Wednesday evening activities, and various other times. Learn more about our nursery.
The primary mission of the Mother’s Day Out program that we call Toddler Time is to minister to children by providing a Christ-centered environment where children are loved unconditionally. Learn more about Toddler Time.
Children's Ministry ministers to children that are newborn–4th grade. Our vision is to assist parents in the spiritual nurture of their children by seeing children GROW as disciples and GO make disciples. Learn more about our children's ministry.
The Kirk Student Ministry focuses on pursuing, knowing, and loving Middle School (7th–8th) and High School (9th–12th) students and is very committed to raising up the next generation of the Church as disciples of Jesus Christ. Learn more about the student ministry.
KDS a ministry of the Kirk that seeks to assist the Christian parent in the nurture of covenant children in pre-school through sixth grade, educating them in a Christian world and life view according to God’s Word, equipping them to be disciples of Christ, faithfully serving His kingdom. Learn more about Kirk Day School.
is a Kirk-founded and supported school dedicated to serving children with multiple disabilities. Founded in 2004, Promise integrates academic excellence and a high level of nurture in a small classroom environment. Our program is designed to serve students who require intensive Occupational Therapy support to enhance their academic development. Promise is one of only a handful of schools that encourages students with Autism, Down’s Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, and other pervasive developmental delays to develop to their highest potential in a faith-infused program. Learn more about Promise.
Many women representing many stages of life fill our Sanctuary and hallways. It is our goal to encourage these women, as best we can, to grow closer to each other as they grow closer to the Lord Jesus. Learn more about our women's ministry.
The spiritual vitality of the men of the church is essential to the health of families and the overall ministry of the congregation. God leads his people through spiritually gifted and empowered men, who serve as agents of his redemption in their homes and businesses— anywhere they live, work, and play. The Men’s Ministry is designed to connect and equip men through regular times of Bible study, prayer, and fellowship. Learn more about our men's ministry.
Community Groups s are the small-group ministry of The Kirk. Most meet Sunday or Wednesday evenings for a chance to fellowship, pray, and learn together. Open Community Group sign-ups happen at the beginning of each fall and spring semester. Contact Mike Kennison to get plugged into a group.
For those 55 and older, the “Kingdom Seekers” group offers a way to connect with others in the same stage of life. Focused primarily on providing opportunities to socialize and learn together, the steering committee organizes events every quarter or so, announcing them in the Kirk e-Connecter before each event. One never outgrows the need for the encouragement and sharpening that come through friends. So come join the Kingdom Seekers and find out what friendships might be waiting for you!
Once we become Christians, we don't fully stop being self-worshippers. But it means that we stop loving our self-worship. We begin to be able to fight it because there is a newness of life at work in us, growing everyday, slowly setting us free to truly be able to love others. As a result of this, we strive to display love to others with the same grace that we have been shown. We make a high priority of showing merciful acts to the poor, loving our neighbors near and far with gospel truth, and offering our service to God's Kingdom. Learn more about supported missions and opportunities.
The pastoral or shepherding care of the congregation is carried out through its pastors, its elders, and through one of our trusted counseling ministries. We also can make recommendations for skilled counselors. Learn more about counseling and support.
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