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Our weekend experience is designed to draw you closer to God.
You will encounter a practical message, rooted in The Bible, that is relevant to your life today. We tackle topics like how to navigate relationship and family, cultural conversations, purpose, and identity.
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New to Kensington and wondering what’s next? Join us at the Hub.
The Hub is a place for new attenders and those not yet connected to meet the Kensington leaders at your campus and find out more.
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These are the big questions that are at the heart of what it means to have a relationship with God.
We have a program that is for you – it’s called Alpha. Alpha is a 9-week introduction to the Christian faith over a great meal with friends and happens at several of our campuses. Interested?
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Frequently Asked Questions
There is a Saturday service at the Troy Campus location at 5:30 pm every week except during the month of July. There is a Midweek service (Wednesday evenings at 7pm) that rotates between the Orion Campus, Troy Campus, and Clinton Township Campus locations.
Midweek at Orion is on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month.
Midweek at Troy is on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month.
Midweek at Clinton Township takes place on the 3rd Wednesday of the month.
Kensington Kids (KKids) is for children Birth thru 5th grade. Babies and toddlers receive nurturing care and have fun activities in a safe and loving environment. Preschoolers and elementary kids participate in high-energy music, creative lessons and games, and have tons of fun learning about Jesus.
Breakaway (Grades 6-8) is the middle school ministry and Edge (Grades 9-12) is the high school ministry at each Kensington Campus. It is a weekly experience for students to connect – a place to belong, a place to have fun, a place to explore faith. We spend time together is large group where we learn about Jesus in a powerful and relevant way, and then break into small groups to ask tough questions, grow, and develop great friends.
A weekend service lasts just over an hour. It includes worship music and a live teaching. Each Kensington Campus has one or two teaching pastors, and it’s not uncommon to see teachers on stage from other campuses. There is no dress code, so come as you are. Make sure to get a cup of coffee on your way into the auditorium. If you are visiting or new, please plan to stop by The HUB in the lobby either before or after service to introduce yourself. Don’t be shy, we’d love to meet you! Just look for the v
In one word, “yes”! Come as you are. Do not fear being accepted. Are you single, divorced, broken, recovering, gay, transgender, atheist, skeptic, other? Everyone is welcome at Kensington.
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