Sunday Worship

Jesus brings hope to the world and Kenwood is a multi-generational and multi-ethnic church where that hope is lived out.

We meet together for worship at 9:30 every Sunday. As of November 29, 2020, we will meet online via our live-stream and in-person in the outdoor Pavilion in the back of the church.

We will be happy to answer your questions and help you in any way they can. During the worship gathering feel free to fill out a Connect Card, and drop it in the offering or fill out the Connect Card on our app so that we can follow up with you.  Don’t worry, we never share your contact information with other organizations.


As God's redeemed people,
   united by faith in Christ,
      empowered by His Spirit,
we worship God,
   live by His Word,
     and join His mission in the world.

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Here are some things you can expect when you visit: 

You’ll notice a wide variety of dress among our members, and even our pastoral team.  Some people will be dressy, others will be very casual.  You may even see some of our international members dressed in their native attire.  We want you to be comfortable –dress however you would like.

Right now we are only offering our 9:30 service. Please join us.



We believe the Bible is the Word of God and we long to hear from God through the pages of Scripture.  We have a rhythm of study that includes both the Old and New Testament.  We usually work through books of the Bible, but we do incorporate some “topical” studies in January and during the summer.

At Kenwood we worship and sing songs that celebrate GOD for who He is and what He has done. Our songs are in different styles but all are true to the teachings we find in the Bible.  Because we have many ethnic groups in our church, we sometimes include songs from these groups as a way for us to connect to GOD together and connect to each other through our diversity.


For “everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.” How then will they call on him in whom they have not believed? And how are they to believe in him of whom they have never heard? And how are they to hear without someone preaching?