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We are a diverse Mennonite congregation located in South Bend, Indiana. With beliefs and practices grounded in the words and teachings of the Bible and empowered by the Holy Spirit, we strive to live out Christ’s example of peace, healing, and hope for the world.
We meet every Sunday for worship at 9:30am, for coffee time at 10:45am, and formation hour, a time of study and reflection on the Bible and other topics, at 11am.
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If you missed the January 17, 2016 congregational meeting, you can listen to most of the audio (minus some we lost to technical difficulties) here!
February 19-21 at Various Locations
This event has been an annual happening at KRMC for quite a few years. It is an opportunity for folks in the congregation to gather in homes for good food and fellowship. The surprise comes from the fact that only the host/hostess knows who is coming until all the guests arrive. It is a wonderful way to learn to know new folks and learn to know still other folks better.
GWCTD is happening the weekend of February 19 – 21, 2016. There will be 3 different times available throughout the weekend to suit as many schedules as possible.
If you are a newer attender it is a great opportunity to get to know more folks within the church. If you have been attending for quite some time – you may not have had the opportunity to meet the newer attenders. Here’s your chance! Everyone can participate and join the fun - young and old a like.
Here is how it works.
Decide whether you want to be a host or a guest.
The host/hostess’s responsibilities are to call the guests on the list given to them, plan the menu and let the guests know what part of the menu they should bring.
The guest’s responsibilities are to participate in bringing food as directed by the host/hostess, give an accurate # of persons joining them, relate any diet considerations, and show up at the home of the host/hostess at the appointed time prepared to have an enjoyable time with folks from KRMC. At that point everyone has the surprise of finding out who they will be sharing the meal with.
So - save the date and look for the sign-up sheet in your mailbox soon. Join the fun! In years past we have has as many as 80 persons participate over the course of the weekend. So don’t miss out! If you have questions, please talk with Mary Bell.
Saturday, February 13, 5:30pm at the Restoration Farm
John and Danile Martens invite you to a 120th Birthday Hymn Sing and Bonfire at Restoration Farm on .
Bring a dish to share and footware for inside, as the farm is a muddy construction zone currently.
We need some people to help lead the songs, so let us know if you can help with that.
Sunday, April 17, 6:00 PM at Kern Road Mennonite Church
Ted Schwartz will be performing his drama "Listening for Grace" at Kern Road Mennonite Church on April, 17, 2016 at 6:00 PM.
“Listening for Grace” does not offer answers of a theological or religious nature, but rather sensitively offers the honest struggle of an individual wishing to be faithful to God and to love his son in the midst of all the pressures of his friends, church and the world.
This play doesn’t claim to offer any answers. That’s not its intent. Instead, it’s a play that gives voice to and embodies a diverse array of stories and takes seriously the idea that the church is a community of people on a journey. This play is about journeying with Daryl as he wrestles with questions of life and faith and, most importantly, we hope this play will encourage audiences to engage in conversation, to tell a great story and to help us think beyond what we first imagined ... as we listen for grace.
All are welcome and invited to attend.
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