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Witnessing to Christian unity through relationships and actions


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Witnessing to Christian unity through relationships and actions


 

Shared life & Ministry

We are an ecumenical organization working toward a common ministry for justice, peace, and the integrity of creation under the leading of the Holy Spirit. Join our household of faith to share in our common life.

 
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2016 Annual Assembly


Registration begins July 18, 2016

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2016 Annual Assembly


Registration begins July 18, 2016

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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!!

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!!

It's Spring, er, I mean Summer cleaning time at the Kentucky Council of Churches office!
We are looking for people who will help us clean out our old files.
If you would like to help us tackle this big job and can volunteer between the hours of 8 a.m. and noon Monday through Friday, please call Karen Owsley.
We will glady buy lunch for those volunteers who work three or more hours.

Volunteers are also needed for our Annual Assembly coming up this fall.
We will need help with set up, registration and general assistance for our speakers and workshop leaders as well as our participants.
Volunteers are welcome to attend any part of the assembly (registration fee will be waived) when not working. Lunch on Thursday, Oct. 20th will be provided.
If you would like to help out with this event, call Karen Owsley for more details.


Field Ed student Jamil Grimes talks about his experience with KCC this past year....


Is It Time for a paradigm shift?

What are little boys made of? Snips and snails and puppy dogs' tails. I remember this rhyme from my childhood. It suggested that girls are made of nice things (sugar and spice, and everything nice), and boys were made for trouble.

If one were writing the rhyme today, what would it say? Perhaps guns, video games, and violence? Our society has changed in the last 50 years, from the innocence of pranks such as pulling girls’ pigtails to having a handgun tucked in your belt. Children grow up surrounded by violence, and it has had a disastrous effect on our sons.

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Get Involved


You can make a difference through participation in the ministry of the Kentucky Council of Churches.

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Get Involved


You can make a difference through participation in the ministry of the Kentucky Council of Churches.

Legislation

Legislative Alerts

Sign up with our grassroots advocacy system - Voter Voice - to receive legislative alerts and newsletters. 
KCC uses this system to keep individuals and judicatories abreast of the most recent legislative actions as well as our annual assembly and fundraising events, news and other information we feel is important to those involved with the council.

Donate

Show Your Support

KCC depends on donations from its judicatory members as well as individuals. We have signed up with the Kroger and Amazon Smile programs to help benefit the individual as well as KCC.

Connect

Get Involved

KCC has several committees that meet regularly to help with one of its main principles - promoting unity among the world's Christian churches. (Justice Commission, Creation Care, Assemblies Planning). Other committees help with fundraising, budget and finance, planning the annual assembly and personnel and nominations of board members. If you are interested in getting involved in any of these committees, please send Karen Owsley and email expressing your interest. kao@kycouncilofchurches.org

Kentucky Roman Catholic Bishops meet with the Governor to discuss issues.