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8:30 AM and 11:00 AM
9:45 AM The Way
Sunday School begins
9:45 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.
From I-75 South
Take Exit 271 (Chastain Road) and Turn right. Turn right on Big Shanty Road (first light after Kennesaw State Univ.) Go through stop sign (road becomes Ben King Road) Church is 0.8 mile on left.
From I-75 North
Take Exit 273 (Wade Green Road) and go left. At third traffic turn left onto Ben King Road. Church is 0.2 mile on right.
From 41 South of Kennesaw
Take right onto McCollum Parkway. At third traffic light turn left, continuing on McCollum Parkway. Go to stop sign and turn left onto Ben King Road. Church is 0.8 mile on left.
From 41 North of Kennesaw
Turn left onto Jiles Road. Go to first traffic light and turn right onto Main Street.At first traffic light turn left over railroad tracks on Cherokee Street. At first traffic light, turn right onto Ben King Road. Church is 0.2 mile on left.
Many of you will be looking for new activities to occupy your schedules. Why not try singing in a choir? The Covenant Choir leads worship at the 8:30 am worship service, the Chancel Choir at the 11:00AM worship service, Seasonal Choirs a couple of months prior to the performances.
Let our Minister of Music and Other Arts, Chris Owenby, know if you’re interested; firstname.lastname@example.org
At Kennesaw UMC, we believe that everyone is called to serve. We know that there is a place for every member of our church to serve somewhere! Where is the right place for you?
SHILOH FOOD PANTRY
Serve our community by volunteering at the Shiloh United Methodist Church Food Pantry. The pantry is open the first and third Saturday of each month.
P.U.P.S. (Pets Uplifting People’s Spirits)
Volunteers share their pets at nursing homes, special children’s care facilities, and rehabilitation hospitals to encourage trust, movement, speech, love and a smile.
M.U.S.T. helps with basic necessities such as food, clothes and housing, free of charge to those in need within our community. We need your help in transporting items to M.U.S.T. in Marietta, or volunteer your time to serve a meal.
Individuals may volunteer as tutors or homework helpers, flea market workers, or assisting with childcare so that parents in Family Housing can attend parenting classes or foster parents can attend training.
Murphy-Harpst is a nonprofit residential treatment center, is an emotional, spiritual and physical safe haven for abused children. You can help by volunteering, praying, joining a work team or becoming a foster parent. Contact: Harland Mathews
You feel like family from the moment you walk through the doors, God is doing wonderful things at KUMC!