Sunday Worship Service – 10:00 am

Kimmels Church is offering an in-person as well as live-streamed service at 10:00 am on Sunday morning. Adult and youth baptisms are held during our Sunday Worship Service hour. We believe that the New Testament baptism by immersion “in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit” is a symbol of our faith in the crucified, buried and risen Lord, and of our death to sin and resurrection to a new life. The nursery is also open for children up to 4 years of age. 

Sunday Small Group Study

Adults, Teens & Kids - 9 am 

All are invited to join us every fourth Sunday for small group studies. We offer a combined class for adults and teens, as well as a class for kids ages K - 5th grade. Our adult and teen class will take a look at Max Lucado's study entitled "Grace", and help us understand the abundant richness of God's offer to live a changed life, a call to genuine transformation and the courage to see it through.  The children's class is based on the Group Publishing "All-In-One" series that helps kids learn important truths while they grow closer to Jesus. All studies take place from 9 am

to 9:45 am.


Wednesday Small Group Study

Adults – 6:30 pm

Our Wednesday evening adult study group, led by Jack Wetzel, is taking a look at Jewish Holidays for the first few weeks followed by a study of various Biblical characters.


Thursday Small Group Study

Women – 6:30 pm

Our women’s bible study is entitled Rest/From Eden to Eternity. If you are weary and overwhelmed, you are not alone. Every one of us encounters and struggles with weariness and busyness. We all crave rest but we can find it difficult to have rest in a life full of work, schedules, and stress. Rest/From Eden to Eternity is a 6 week study that will trace the theme of rest from Genesis to Revelation; teach us how to truly find rest in Jesus Christ; and help us discover how God brings His people everlasting rest. 


Crusade Bible Memory Verse Program

Begins September 24th

We invite you to join our Crusade Bible Memory Program. When we memorize God's Word we keep it in our hearts. It not only helps us become more established in the knowledge of His Word but it helps us maintain a closer fellowship with Jesus as our personal Lord. Memorizing is a skill which can be learned by anyone who has a desire to do it and is willing to practice it. Because we are all different in our abilities, we are offering three levels of memorizing ... Page, Squire or Knight! You can also become involved as an MVP (My Verse Partner). Throughout the program, Crusaders will build their memorized material by learning and adding a verse or two each week until they are able to recite the full passage. As an MVP you will be partnered with a Crusader - and listen and guide your Crusader as he or she recites their verses every week. Verse material will be provided on September 17th. The program ends on November 19th. If you are interested in joining this program please contact the church office. 


Child Evangelism Fellowship Good News Club

Fall 2023, Spring 2024

The 'Good News Club' is a weekly Bible club for elementary kids that meets on Wednesday afternoons, at the Blue Mountain Elementary East building following the school day. The purpose of the ‘Good News Club ‘ is to evangelize boys and girls with the Gospel of Jesus and disciple them in the Word of God. Kimmels Church is a proud sponsor of the Club that meets during the fall and spring school year. Please note that return home bussing is not available for students who attend the 'Good News Club'. Parents are required to pick up their children after club.


The Journey Discipleship Program

The Journey is a one-year, intentional plan for discipleship that provides a purposeful process for maturing in Christ. Throughout The Journey, both new and seasoned disciples will encounter key ideas and practices to help them grow in Christ and mature as disciple makers. You can participate as either a mentor (leading a group or person through the series), or as a disciple (being led through the series). Our current program began in March.