Sunday mornings at KCC are wonderful. Sunday school is at 9am and the worship service is at 1030am.
Our church is full of all kinds of people who come together for worship, fellowship, communion, and to sit under the preaching and teaching of the Word of God.
Our church has a long history of expository preaching and this is continuing under our current lead pastor.
Our church is theologically conservative and culturally engaged.
You will be loved, cared for, and encouraged to grow in community.
You will be taught the Word of God, strengthened in your faith, and sent out to reconcile the world to God through Jesus.
Our church is casual and relaxed, yet serious about our relationship with Christ.
Everybody is welcome here in this community of people who are being transformed into the image of Jesus Christ.
This is not a neat and tidy process. If your life is tough and messy, you'll fit right in.
We pray that God will draw you to Himself for your good and His glory.
We look forward to meeting you!


Most people arrive around 10:15 for the 10:30 worship service. No need to dress up for us or God. Come as you are.
You'll find an espresso bar inside the front doors with friendly baristas (the coffee is excellent).
We practice PNW hospitality and welcome visitors with a free coffee. Go tell the baristas you are visiting and give them your order.
Our services are 90 minutes long. They begin and end with worshiping God together through music.
Announcements, the sermon, and communion are sandwiched in the middle.
Kids are dismissed to participate in their own program before the sermon, about 30 minutes into the service.
Parents can feel comfortable sending their kids to our children's ministry, and kids will have a great time.
Children are also welcome to stay in the service with their parents.
During communion each person takes a cup of juice and a small cracker which we eat and drink together to remember Christ's death on our behalf.
If you don't yet believe in Jesus, let the cup pass by. We explain communion during the services.
You don't have to introduce yourselves at any point in the service, though you will likely be greeted warmly before and after service.
Most people stick around after the service and deepen friendships and make new friends over coffee and snacks, all provided by the kind people who are part of our community.

Pastor Ben, who preaches the majority of the time, usually uses the New English Translation (NET).
You don't have to bring a Bible as there are Bibles under the chairs.
You can also download YouVersion Bible App on your phone or tablet.
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