We are so happy to support different missions in our community. As a result of our October 2018 Art Festival, we raised $5,812, which has been distributed to the following mission projects of KUMC:
Branches VBS & December Gala Dinner
CPHI (Chapman Partnership)
Epworth Retirement Village
Habitat for Humanity
"Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything that I have commanded you". Matthew 28:19-20
Based on this "Great Commission," Kendall United Methodist Church has stated its purpose:
"The mission of the Church is to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.
Local Mission Projects:
Mae Rabe/Migrants, Habitat for Humanity, Branches, C.P.H.I, Linda Ray, Epworth, Children's Home and East Ridge.
Global Mission Projects:
Yireh Rivera in Cambodia, Amaris Rivera in Mexico, Port Antonio Jamaica Mission (VBS, Titchfield High School and Drapers ALL-Age), Portland Arts,Vocation and Educational Centre.
For more information or to get connected with one of our mission projects please contact
Audra Handal 305-510-2815
We relate people to God and help them deepen their relationship with God
The second task in making disciples is to offer people opportunities for growing closer to God. Whether they are visitors or old-time members, just beginning the journey of faith or well along the road-all are in need of God's love in Christ. Through worship, prayer, study, and honest sharing, we help one another discover that the Holy Spirit is not far off but present with us, wanting an open and loving friendship with each of us-not only friendship but commitment as well. Through our congregation's various ministries we encourage one another to give our selves to Christ, to ground our lives in the living God.
We nurture people in Christian living
Our congregation's mission is to nurture people of all ages in the Christian faith and to help them practice the disciplines of discipleship. The church exists not to serve itself but to serve the world. We come to church not only for our own personal enrichment but also to prepare ourselves to do the work of love and to get ready to be Christ's disciples in the community. Through worship, baptism, Communion, Bible study, prayer, and other means of grace, we're strengthened for ministry.