We admit that we do not have a long list of events. We are very intentional about only offering the events and activities that will help people connect with God and with each other. A major part of that goal is to be involved in activities that bring multiple generations together.
With that in mind, below you will find some places to connect with us, as well as useful information about opprotunities and events!
New Connection Groups will be starting soon! Here is a list of the groups that will be available this fall. Wednesday Night Connection Groups meeting at FCC will begin Sept. 3 from 6:30-8pm. Some Connection Groups will meet off-site at different times on another day of the week; contact the group leader for more information. Sign-up for a Connection Group at kenoshafcc.com/members.html
Our Wednesday Night program also includes Teen’s Small Groups, the fivesixers group for middle schoolers, classes for kids age nursery to elementary and Café FCC! Watch for more info!
Tri-Passion for Life
This group meets the 1st Sunday of the month (starts 9/7) at 2 pm at FCC. The purpose of our group is to learn about 1) abortion itself, 2) post-abortion trauma and healing, 3) what does God have to say about abortion and healing, 4) what it looks like to advocate for life, and finally 5) to put our hearts’ passions into action to save and redeem lives. We will learn about 1) Pro-life advocacy, 2) Post-abortion education, and we will 3) Prepare for and plan trip to March for Life 2016 in Washington DC (with possible small group going in 2015). . Led by Donna Brendel, 262.620.3608, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Women’s Exercise & Encouragement
For women of all ages, meets weekly, Sundays, 4pm, FCC—Children’s Worship room 215, starts 9/28. Come and do some very effective, yet gentle exercises with us. Afterword we study a verse and do some devotions around it. Led by Amanda McLeroy, 262.914.8977, email@example.com
Through Young Adult Eyes (off-site)
A weekly Sunday group for college age young adults (you do not have to be in college). Starts 9/7. We will meet and fellowship over good food and discuss the sermon topic from Sunday morning and how it applies in your life in this season. Contact Kaet Johnson for location, time and info, 262.857.4743, firstname.lastname@example.org
Blankets for Children
We sew blankets and burp cloths for foster children, kids in crisis and the Care Net Family Resource Center. Beginners welcome. Mondays, 5-7:30pm, FCC, coed, limit is 8. Contact Evelyn Roberts, 262.620.7127, email@example.com
For aspiring writers. Meets 1st & 3rd Tuesday evenings, 7-8pm at FCC, starts 9/16. This group is for people who are or are aspiring to be writer's. Whether it is memoirs, fiction, apologetics, or something else, the goal is to get together with like-minded people. The focus of the group will depend on the members. Options will be writing prompts, critiques, markets, and possibly speakers who can inspire. Led by Christy Hoff, 262.705.1583, firstname.lastname@example.org
Fostering & Adoption Support Group (off-site)
Meets the 3rd Wednesday of month at the Gorman home, starts 8/20. Open to women who have fostered/adopted or those who are interested in fostering/adoption. The group is study based, contact Misty for book info and cost. Led by Misty Gorman, 262.914.5563, email@example.com
For moms with children from birth to kindergarten. Meets 1st & 3rd Wednesdays at FCC, 9:30-11am, starts 9/3. We have snacks, speakers, crafts and small group time while your children are well cared for in MOPPETS, our children’s program. "MOPS is dedicated to meeting the needs of every mother of preschoolers-- MOPS believes moms are world influencers. We are moms, and we believe that better moms make a better world." Contact Jamie Pratt 262.237.1981, firstname.lastname@example.org
Marriage Shift: Experiencing the Overflow of a Healthy Marriage
Wednesdays, FCC, after Café FCC, 6:30-8pm. Couples, engaged, newlyweds, long-married . . . come view Marriage Shift videos hosted by Chris McAlister and having open discussion afterwards using a discussion guide to help build healthy marriage relationships by understanding your own identity, fears, and shame that we bring into the marriage. Discussion books: $5.
Led by Tim McLeroy.
How to Run Your Business by The Book
(Biblical principles to guide your business)
Wednesdays, FCC, after Café FCC, 6:30 pm. Business men & women, this group will discuss many issues & challenges of business and organizations, seeking solutions from the wisdom in the best leadership manual of the ages, the Bible. Some topics to be discussed: Mandates to maximize your time, overcoming the cause of management failure, creating life-work balance, steps to build a team
Book: $14, author, Dave Anderson. Led by Jack Sedej.
Authentic Manhood – A Man and His Story & Traps
Wednesdays, FCC, after Café FCC, 6:30-8pm. Young men, come find help to come to grips with the defining moments and key relationships of your past that have shaped your unique “story” & how to Biblically deal with the future. We will also deal head-on with issues to help men replace specific temptations and struggles with God’s better promises. Led by Brian Henry, 262.857.4743, email@example.com
The Storm Inside
Wednesdays, FCC, after Café FCC, 6:30-8pm. Women, learn to handle some of the seemingly insurmountable storms of your lives with the DVD series by Sheila Walsh. Storms of regret, shame, insecurity, and heartbreak were as common for many in the Bible. You, too, can learn to stand during the strongest storms of your life. Study guide: $12. Led by Mary Taylor.
Women of the Old Testament
Wednesdays, FCC, after Café FCC, 6:30-8pm. Women, come learn how women of the Old Testament made critical choices that led to extraordinary results. Through faith and strong character they rescued their families, led people out of bondage, gave birth to kings, and saved a nation. Bring your Bible. Led by Christy Hoff.
Growing Through Life’s Challenges
Wednesdays, FCC, after Café FCC, 6:30-8pm. Men, explore the life challenges of Moses, Joshua, Gideon, Job, and others and how their trust in the LORD not only helps them through each challenge, but also how their faith is strengthened in the process. Book: $7. Led by Bill Linkus.
Moms: Faith & Connections
Study— “ Intentional Parenting: Autopilot is for Planes”. Wednesdays, FCC, after Café FCC, 6:30-8pm. Come “connect” with other moms and for support through the ups and downs of motherhood by applying Biblical parenting principles & growing closer to Jesus! Book: $8. Led by Heidi Salas.
Financial Peace University
Wednesdays, FCC, after Café FCC, 6:30-8pm. Financial Peace University (FPU) is a nine-week class on money taught by Dave Ramsey. Dave and his teaching team will walk you through the basics of budgeting, dumping debt, planning for the future, and much more! Cost is $100, payment plans available. Facilitated by Ron Butts. Contact Jami English for more info, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Women’s Thursday Morning Bible Study
Study -“Beloved Disciple, the Life and Ministry of John” by Beth Moore. Every Thursday, starts September 25 from 9-11am at FCC in Room 206. We welcome new women! Book: $17, contact Michele Sedej 262.857.3367 or email@example.com
Great Lakes Hapkido: Conditioning
Conditioning for Hapkido. Thursdays, 6:30 – 8pm, Children’s Worship room, Coed—all ages, parents of younger children must be present. Led by Paul Border, 262.857.4743, firstname.lastname@example.org
Business Owners & Leaders Discussion Group
1st & 3rd Thursday evenings, 7-8:30pm. Starts 9/4. Brian’s office. Discussion group for Christian business owners and leaders. Led by Brian Gorman, 262.857.4743, email@example.com
Quilters in the Word
Study-“Women of the Bible” by patternsoffaith.com. Fridays, FCC, 6:30-8:30pm pm, starts 9/5. Quilting and Bible study! We will gain a better understanding of the role of women in the Bible and how they relate to us today while creating a quilt! The quilts are for personal use or use as the individual quilters determine. Led by Heather Deegan, 847.845.5850, firstname.lastname@example.org
College Care (off-site)
Meets on the 3rd Friday, 7pm, at the home of Diann Thomas. For anyone who has a heart for helping to keep our college students better connected to FCC and a church family where they are studying. We will send cards, care packages, plan activities and brainstorm. Contact Diann Thomas, 262.620.9859, email@example.com
Great Lakes Hapkido: Training
Hapkido training, Bible study and devotions. Fridays, 6:30 – 8pm, Children’s Worship room, Coed—all ages, parents of younger children must be present. Led by Paul Border, 262. 857.4743, firstname.lastname@example.org
G.L.O.W. God Loving Outrageous Women (off-site)
If you would like to meet and get to know more women from FCC, G.L.O.W. (God Loving Outrageous Women) is the place for you! We meet once a month on a Saturday morning (usually the 3rd Saturday) from 9-11am in different homes and enjoy food, fellowship and a spiritual reflection. Here is the information for September and October:
September 13: Kathy Straukas - 25901 103rd. St. Trevor, WI
October 18: Sarah Bazata - 39154 N. Petite Terrace Lake Villa, IL
There will be flyers with all of the details at the East entrance to the church 2 weeks prior to the event. To RSVP and for more information, contact Michele Sedej, 262.857.3367, email@example.com
Young at Heart (off-site)
The Young at Heart group is for all those age 60+. Listed here are events that all singles and couples are invited to be a part of:
September 6: Pickard China Company tour – Antioch, IL
Lunch will be at the 45 North Restaurant with a tour of the China factory and museum in Antioch. See some of the very place settings from the White House.
October 4: Brookdale Senior Living Center
Bring something to share for the potluck at FCC and then enjoy a very helpful guest speaker from the Brookdale Senior Living Center.
November 1: Organ Piper Pizza –Greenfield, WI
It’s been two years…and back by popular demand, you are asked to join a trip to the Organ Piper Pizza Restaurant! Enjoy pizza, great fellowship and music of your choice around the Mighty Wurlitzer (5-keyboard) pipe organ.
Saturday Morning Men’s Study
Son of God: The Life of Jesus in You by Rick Warren
This study starting in September gives you practical steps to overcome temptation, suffering, and persecution and leverage these challenges to discover and fulfill God’s plan for your life. Meets weekly. Led by Bill Linkus. Contact Brian Henry for more info, firstname.lastname@example.org, 262.857.4743.
FCC is headed to Thailand to encourage and work alongside Phil Parker of Victory 44 Ministries. Phil is one of FCC's missionaries that we support. If you would like to experience a high level mission trip to Thailand, contact JR Horn at email@example.com for details
Cost: Approx $2500-$3000
Age: Open to anyone 21yrs and older
Where: Chaing Mai, Thailand
Nehemiah rebuilt the walls of Jerusalem in 52 days. The Nehemiah Project seeks to partner with a family in order to rebuild their financial, spiritual, personal and relational walls in 52 weeks. Imagine having someone partner with you to help you in a deeper spiritual life, improve the relational well-being within your family and help to get your finances under control, maybe even pay off all of your debt within the year! Please join the Nehemiah Project Team and the Benevolence Team in prayer as we have begun conversations with potential families to partner with. Stay tuned for some exciting announcements as we begin rebuilding walls! Contact JR Horn at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
This is a portal into the church directory right on your mobile device! You must establish a User Account at kenoshafcc.com/members.html before the mobile app can be used. A User Account will also allow you to give through that portal. In the future you will be able to sign-up for events and find groups using this app.
YouVersion Bible App
Filled with great reading options and solid studies, occasionally we use it during the worship service.
Bible for Kids
If you have children, this app serves as an interactive Bible for the kids to use.
"We are a growing family on a journey with God" Wouldn't it be nice to know more about our family? It doesn't matter how long you've been a part of our family, we would like to know more about you and your journey. Sharing your journey can help to encourage, to inspire and to move others closer to Christ. Personal testimonies can be very powerful in helping people understand who Christ is and how. We would like to video record you sharing your journey with us. Your video will be added to this website and our Facebook page, or shared on a Sunday morning with our church family. Email your story or questions to email@example.com, pick up a form from the Information Center or contact Peggy LeMay at 262.652.3908 for more information.