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Connect.Grow.Serve. 2017-04-16T20:39:55+00:00

Connect

We at KW desire to CONNECT in many ways. Our number one desire in life is to be connected to the blood of Christ, the Way, the Truth, and the Life (John 14:6.) However, this is not our only aim, we also seek to connect others to Christ and His word as well. We aspire to connect with others through faith, friendship, and fellowship in order to connect others to the Truth of the gospel from God’s Word. (John 8:32) We desire to connect with God and His Word to the point that we desire to grow and serve. This website is meant to give you a taste of how you can become connected to the body of Christ at Kensington Woods.

Grow

Just like the New Testament church, we at KW have a fervent desire to GROW in many ways. Growing in God’s Word and growing closer to Christ are some of our focused aspirations. We want to connect to God’s Word properly to grow our spiritual relationship with Christ. We also wish to grow closer to our brothers and sisters in Christ, grow strong built relationships, and ultimately grow Christ’s church together. Growing as an individual and as a Christian is important to be able to serve and connect.

Serve

Many do well at connecting to God and growing spiritually. We strive to utilize our efforts of connecting and growing so that we may SERVE. Our service to God is vital in order to connect others to Christ and to help them grow a relationship with Him. We aim to serve God, the church, and our fellow man. Serving is the way to measure our connection and growth.

Connect

We at KW desire to CONNECT in many ways. Our number one desire in life is to be connected to the blood of Christ, the Way, the Truth, and the Life (John 14:6.) However, this is not our only aim, we also seek to connect others to Christ and His word as well. We aspire to connect with others through faith, friendship, and fellowship in order to connect others to the Truth of the gospel from God’s Word. (John 8:32) We desire to connect with God and His Word to the point that we desire to grow and serve. This website is meant to give you a taste of how you can become connected to the body of Christ at Kensington Woods.

Grow

Just like the New Testament church, we at KW have a fervent desire to GROW in many ways. Growing in God’s Word and growing closer to Christ are some of our focused aspirations. We want to connect to God’s Word properly to grow our spiritual relationship with Christ. We also wish to grow closer to our brothers and sisters in Christ, grow strong built relationships, and ultimately grow Christ’s church together. Growing as an individual and as a Christian is important to be able to serve and connect.

Serve

Many do well at connecting to God and growing spiritually. We strive to utilize our efforts of connecting and growing so that we may SERVE. Our service to God is vital in order to connect others to Christ and to help them grow a relationship with Him. We aim to serve God, the church, and our fellow man. Serving is the way to measure our connection and growth.

The youth group at KW is alive and active! Our deacon of youth, Robby Moorer, coordinates many activities throughout the year. The youth attend Gulf Coast Bible Camp each summer during the month of July. There is also a yearly youth rally held at KW called J.A.M. (Jesus and Me). The youth also participate in a yearly door-knocking campaign, fall, spring, and winter retreats, monthly youth devotionals, and many other events.

SEE WHAT THE YOUTH GROUP IS UP TO

With the University of Southern Mississippi, William Carey University, Pear River Community College, and Jones County Junior College just down the road, our congregation has a very active college group. The congregation maintains the Southern Christian Student Center on the campus of Southern Miss at 3500 Montague Blvd. Activities at the SCSC include Monday night suppers, weekend retreats and service projects. Brad Anderson and his wife Lauren are the residents of the student center and coordinate the various activities of the college group. The SCSC is a place to fellowship with Christians, make new friends, and encourage fellow students.

SEE WHAT THE COLLEGE STUDENTS ARE UP TO

KW offers many different ways for adults to connect, grow, and serve. That begins with marriage retreats, men’s and ladies’ retreats, small groups and care groups, and a variety of different ways to fellowship with members.

SEE MORE ADULT ACTIVITIES

The youth group at KW is alive and active! Our deacon of youth, Robby Moorer, coordinates many activities throughout the year. The youth attend Gulf Coast Bible Camp each summer during the month of July. There is also a yearly youth rally held at KW called J.A.M. (Jesus and Me). The youth also participate in a yearly door-knocking campaign, fall, spring, and winter retreats, monthly youth devotionals, and many other events.

SEE WHAT THE YOUTH GROUP IS UP TO

With the University of Southern Mississippi, William Carey University, Pear River Community College, and Jones County Junior College just down the road, our congregation has a very active college group. The congregation maintains the Southern Christian Student Center on the campus of Southern Miss at 3500 Montague Blvd. Activities at the SCSC include Monday night suppers, weekend retreats and service projects. Brad Anderson and his wife Lauren are the residents of the student center and coordinate the various activities of the college group. The SCSC is a place to fellowship with Christians, make new friends, and encourage fellow students.

SEE WHAT THE COLLEGE STUDENTS ARE UP TO

KW offers many different ways for adults to connect, grow, and serve. That begins with marriage retreats, men’s and ladies’ retreats, small groups and care groups, and a variety of different ways to fellowship with members.

SEE MORE ADULT ACTIVITIES
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