Kenwood is blessed to be at a crossroads in our city and we are blessed to reach out to our local, regional, national, and international neighbors to share the love of Christ. Every sermon we preach, every program we run, and every special event we put on seeks to make disciples and to bring more people into His family. From Vacation Bible School to Soccer Camp, from our guest speakers to serving food to our neighbors in need, we value every opportunity to share the love of our Lord and Savior with others.
Outreach at Kenwood is a calling that we serve obediently and diligently. We serve our community and surrounding areas of Kenwood, Deer Park, Silverton, Maderia, Blue Ash, and the greater Cincinnati region. We are fortunate to partner with other outreach community partners such as NEEDS Pantry, City Gospel Mission, and One Deer Park.
Upcoming Opportunities to Get Involved:
NEEDS Student Assistance Drive
Ongoing May-September, 2021 - Emergency "Lend A Hand", groceries delivery, lawn work, home clean & organize days for neighbors in need, ramps built, care meals...
July 30, 2021 from 6-9:00 PM, One Deer Park Launch at Hartzell United Methodist Church - More Details to Follow
Kenwood Tutoring Program Volunteers meet with Deer Park Schools students weekly to help them with educational skills. We work closely with the Deer Park School administration to identify children who could benefit from extra one-on-one adult tutoring. We seek to build relationships with the student and the entire family.
First Responder Appreciation We seek to show these brave people that they are appreciated. We have delivered meals and provided hand-sown masks at a time it was hard to find mask. We share care packages with notes of encouragement with the local hospital workers and Hamilton County police.
Do you feel called to serve? Contact Melody Hamilton at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss these and many other options.
Our love for others is our grateful response to the love God first demonstrated to us 1 John 4:19
‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself.’