North Kent Presbyterian Church

A Legacy of Faith – III

July 30, 2015 // 0 Comments

Rev. Paula Vander Hoven Interim Pastor, North Kent Presbyterian Church My grandmother, Cornelia Feringa, was born in Grand Rapids of brand new immigrant parents in 1894. Very early on her family moved north to a small community south of Cadillac and her father cleared land for a farm. She received some basic education in the local schools, but her most treasured education [...]

A Message for You

August 9, 2012 // 0 Comments

Here Come the Pumpkins by REV. HELEN H. COLLINS North Kent Presbyterian Church If you have driven or walked on Kuttshill past North Kent Presbyterian Church in the last few months, you have probably noticed that we turned some of the land around our church into quite a pumpkin patch. Odd thing for a church to do, I suppose, but we had very good reasons. There’s also a [...]

Church to create U-pick pumpkin patch on property

May 24, 2012 // 0 Comments

Community invited to enjoy the gardening by BETH ALTENA MANY HANDS MAKE WORK LIGHT—These hands of the members of North Kent Presbyterian Church look forward to a summer in the sun—or other weather—growing a garden on the church grounds. Got grass? Then you have the makings of a beautiful garden. Area residents are invited to watch—or help—as North Kent [...]

A Message for You

December 29, 2011 // 0 Comments

Give Yourself a Little Rest by REV. HELEN H. COLLINS North Kent Presbyterian Church It’s the week after Christmas. Soon it will be time to take down the tree, pack away the ornaments and other decorations. My mom always set out all the Christmas cards we received on every flat surface in the dining room and living room and it was a sign that the holidays were done when [...]

North Kent Presbyterian Church celebrates 50th anniversary

October 13, 2011 // 0 Comments

North Kent Presbyterian Church at 6175 Kuttshill Drive, Rockford, will conclude a year-long celebration of its 50th anniversary on October 16 with a special worship service at 10:45 a.m. followed by a luncheon in the church’s fellowship hall. Officially, the North Kent Presbyterian Church came into being by the formal organizing act of the Presbytery of Grand River on [...]
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