Another Lent has come and gone. Another project that that we have been made aware of and have supported has also come and gone but not soon forgotten. Sex trafficking is something we typically see as happening elsewhere but never here, never in our own community. But it happens here as well. And there are
Sex trafficking is often something we believes happens far away, in other countries, to street kids, abused, kids without parents but this is not the case. Even this year, in our region over 12 emergency response bags were given out to young girls who were trapped in the sex trade and they are local kids,
Kevin’s story tells about your marriage and then the arrival of his new baby girl helped bring him back to God and the faith of his childhood. We hope his story inspires you to consider your own faith story.
Deb is one of the volunteers from KesPres who has volunteered to be a reading buddy at a local school. We hope her story will inspire others to participate and make a difference in a young child’s life.
Charity is a Mom, a foster Mom, a social worker to foster parents but even more a person who wants parents, caregivers, teachers and social workers to better care for children who long for a deeper connection. Charity’s story is not so different than many except Charity has found something that can help her and
A few KesPres guys gather together every Monday night at 8pm at McDonalds (beside Zehrs) for “coffee and conversation”. It’s a light hour of catching up, talking about faith as well as realizing we are not alone. Come our once and check it out and you might just find we really do need one another.
KesPres has rented the Ice at the Georgina Ice Palace on Sunday, January 20th from 6:30-7:30pm and everyone is invited! We hope to see you there!
This year at KesPres there are many opportunities to worship and be together in community. Whether you call KesPres home or not there is always room for you. So gather with us as we gather in community. Here is when we gather… Thursday Dec 21st at 7pm: Longest Night of the Year. This is a
As you know, with the help of a generous gift, Allyson is now our teaching/outreach Pastor but as she lives and works and ministers in the community we are finding a “new” title or designation is in order. Since September Allyson has been “engaging our community” to discern where we can best be used to
Allyson is a familiar face around KesPres as she has been with us since the very beginning but not always recognized for the vital part she played and continues to play in the life, worship and witness of our church family. Ten years ago Allyson was “officially” brought on staff as Teaching/Admin Pastor (1/4