Ladies Bible Study

Beth Moore—Children of the Day

We’ll begin our new study on Wednesday, January 7 at 6:30 pm and Sunday January 11 at 6:00 pm.

We’ll join Beth Moore and walk the shores of Thessalonica with this verse-by-verse Bible Study of 1 and 2 Thessalonians.

Please RSVP to Jeanette or the Church Office.

 

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Friendship Lunch January 11, 2015

Our Senior Adults are hosting our January Friendship Lunch Sunday January 11th following the morning worship service.  The Luncheon is open to all adults! We invite everyone to share their stories and testimony of how God worked in their lives this  past Christmas season. 

Bring you favorite dish to share: entrée,  dessert, vegetable, salad or side dish. 

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Killarney Welcomes Mandolin Virtuoso, Miguel Abreu

January R.O.S.E, Dinner Tuesday the 13th at 6:30 p.m. with special guest: Miguel Abreu and his “Lovely Mandolin”

Born in Venezuela,  Miguel Abreu began to play the Guitar and  the Mandolin when he was a teenager.  At age 15,  Mr. Abreu began giving private  lessons of those instruments in his country, and continued teaching for the next 20 years of his life in various schools,music academies and other institutions.  Miguel formed a number of ...

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2015: Out of the Box

Out of the Box: Jesus said that we are the light of the world and the salt of the earth, and that we were not to hide our light under a bushel which would also mean that the salt shouldn’t stay in the saltshaker.  We have a great church family and we are built up, encouraged and restored throughout the year right here at Killarney.  But for most of the people in our community so much of this ...

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A Testimony of Ordinary Men – Meet our Speakers

Our speakers are three ordinary men–that is they have lived in a way that most men can relate to, and yet they are not just ordinary, because of what God has done in their lives.  Their stories are sure to inspire you to move forward with God. Here they are:

Jason Fennimore:

Jason is a graduate of Boone High School and is currently a student at Valencia College.  He works at ESPN Wide World of Sports at ...

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Giving Thanks! Being Transformed

Thanksgiving is not only a great holiday, but it is one of the most positive and transformational daily practices that you can add to your life. We had a great service this past Sunday as people all across our congregation stood and shared about what they were thankful for. We have received so much positive feedback from everyone who was inspired and encouraged by the public sharing of thanksgiving. Not everyone was able to share ...

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Preparing for Communion

This Sunday we will observe the Lord’s Supper during our morning worship service. Through this Christ-instituted ordinance, we unite together in fellowship with Christ as we remember the atoning death of Jesus Christ, celebrate the gift of forgiveness and joyfully look forward  to Christ’s return.

For the each worshiper, participation is a sacred act of devotion and consecration of oneself to Jesus Christ. In I Cor. 11:27-31, the apostle Paul exhorted the Corinthian believers to examine themselves before eating ...

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KILLARNEY BAPTIST REACHES OUT THROUGH FAITH-BASED PARTNERSHIP

Superintendent Barbara Jenkins Announces Faith-based “Adopt-A-School” Initiative:

For decades, faith-based organizations have been partnering with schools throughout Orange County. Orange County Public Schools is expanding its outreach to faith- and community-based organizations to partner with public education.

In order to be the top producers of successful students in the nation; we have to be focused, determined and committed to providing our youth with as many resources as possible. Through the Partners in Education program, adopting-a-school is a great vehicle for connecting with ...

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Killarney Hunger Task Force

We continue to collect food items for distribution to children and families in need at Killarney Elementary School.

Killarney Baptist is providing the following items:

Fruit: Items that do not need to be refrigerated.

Cereal: Individual-serving  boxes of cereal or oatmeal requested.

You can drop these items off in the Fellowship Hall, Church Office or at the School.

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