KIC – Heritage
Would like to invite you to join them for their Good Friday service. It will be a reflective service with the focus on what the Crucifixion means to us.
- Venue: Makindye Country Club (MCC)
- Day: Friday April 19th
- Time: 5:45pm – 7pm.
If you like to stay for the BBQ afterwards, please contact:
- Ian – 0793 850875
- Catherine – 0752368053.
Adults are 40k and children 12 years and up 20k.
Alternative Retreat Weekend with Chris Arnold from Nairobi.
Please find all info for the weekend in the attached flyer and do please try and be part of as much of the events as possible. It should be a great time to be refreshed, encouraged and fed (both spiritually and physically!!)
Tickets for the day at MCC will be on sale from Sunday but you can also reserve your place by email or whatsapp Kicministrycoordinator@gmail.com 0793 850875 or Kiccommunity@gmail.com 0752 368053.
Sunday 10th March:
As part of the alternative retreat plans we will have a Family Celebrationservice at Heritage School 10am on the Sunday with Tea/Coffee and cakes after. Please plan to be there, invite your friends and if possible come with cakes/cookies to share. Chris will be our speaker for the morning.
Details for this are also in the flyer attached above. Please do reserve a place for this using the same email/numbers as shown above. We have a minimum sign up of 10 couples (20 people) required by end of Sunday 3rd March for this to go ahead.
A Refreshing, Biblical and positive perspective on an often neglected topic.
“While singleness is often widely misunderstood by many in the church today and often viewed in negative terms, the Bible speaks about it very differently.
The book is available through thegoodbook.co.uk or email email@example.com
- Lead by: Liz Neeley
- Start Date: February 7th
- Time: 7:30 p.m. every Thursday for 8 weeks
- Place: Ross & Fanny Kernohan – 0783248295 – firstname.lastname@example.org
There is still space if you want to sign up.
More information Contact us…
On Christmas eve 24th December, we will have at KIC Bugolobi the Christingle Service at 6:30 p.m.
Please sign up at the welcome desk if you can help with cookies or cakes.
The History of Chrisntingles
The idea of Christingles came from a Moravian Church in Germany in 1747. The minister, John de Watteville, gave children at the service a lighted candle with a red ribbon around it. This represented Jesus being the light of the world and the final prayer of that first service was “Lord Jesus, kindle a flame in these children’s hearts, that theirs like Thine become”. The custom went around the world with the church. Missionaries brought the Moravian Church to England in the 1700s. In Moravian churches, the Christingle Service is usually held on the Sunday before Christmas or on Christmas Eve.
Over the years the symbolism of the Christingle grew into what’s known as a Christingle today. Here’s what the different parts of the Christingle represent:
- The orange is round like the world.
- The candle stands tall and straight and gives light in the dark like the love of God.
- The red ribbon goes all around the ‘world’ and is a symbol of the blood Jesus shed when he died for us.
- The four sticks point in all directions and symbolize North, South, East and West – they also represent the four seasons.
- The fruit and nuts (or sometimes sweets!) represent the fruits of the earth, nurtured by the sunshine and the rain.
Christmas can be a difficult time of year for some. As
a congregation we want to demonstrate the love of
Christ practically towards those within our community
both inside and outside the walls of KICB.
We are asking for donations of sugar, oil, rice, posho, dried beans, toiletries to put together hampers.
If you need any additional information or have questions, please speak to Pastor Ross or Contact us
Date: Sunday, 25th November after service.
Purpose: Approve the consolidated church budget.
Place: Jahazi Pier
If you are a member it’s important that you attend as we need 40% to make quorum.
KIC Bugolobi Youth group
Bugolobi Youth group went for Camping and Sailing the 24th and 25th November. These are the images…
Thanks Brent, Gerrianne, Cierra and Jane for this wonderful time of youth fellowship.