Welcome to Kearney Community Covenant Church. We offer two worship services Sunday mornings at 9:00 & 10:30 a.m. and a fellowship time at 10:00 a.m., coffee and donuts are provided.
Families with young children are encouraged to come to the 10:30 a.m. service. Kids' Worship is held during the 10:30 a.m. service and nursery is available for the 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. services throughout the year.
Sunday School for all ages is held every Sunday between Labor Day and Memorial Day at 9:00 a.m.
Our youth programs meet Wednesday evenings throughout the school year. Our kids program,
E.D.G.E. (Early Disciples Getting Excited) meets at 6:30-8:00 p.m. Everyone will start with worship in the sanctuary
and then move to classrooms.
The FIRM (Confirmation) is for Jr. High students and meets 7:00-7:45 p.m. in classroom #6.
The CONVERSATION has concluded for this session. Stay tuned for future events.
LAUNCH is our Wednesday night class for adults and meets from 6:30-7:30 p.m. in classroom #2.
The EDGE, CONVERSATION and LAUNCH will be using the new curriculum Bible Studies for Life. For more info go to
Our mid-week programs follow the Kearney School District's inclement weather policy. If in doubt, please call the church office or check our Facebook page.
Current Sermon Series
Sunday, June 7, we will begin our summer sermon series on the book of Acts. We hope you join us as we take a look at the life of the early church as it is recorded and preserved for us in the book of Acts.
To learn more about CHIC, Covenanters High In Christ, the national Covenant Youth Conference in Knoxville, TN., July 12-17th, at the University of Tennessee, go to: http://chic2015.org/
Women's Fellowship & Outreach
Do you knit or would you like to learn to knit? A new opportunity to fellowship with other women in our church will start THIS Wednesday evening, May 27, from 7 to 9pm. We will gather for devotions, prayer and knitting. There are several local and global organizations that can benefit from our handy work to help newborns, children, and families in need.
This fellowship will meet on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday evenings until school year activities start up and then we will look at a different night. We will put a calendar together of the evenings we will be meeting. We encourage you to bring a snack to share and this is purely voluntary. If you can’t come both nights, that’s okay. Come at 7, come at 8 stay the whole time or stay for an hour.
Our intention is to start with knitting and then in a few weeks take on another type of craft. The group can decide what we do next; sewing, quilting, crocheting, etc. Anything we do becomes a life skill and provides some assistance to someone in need. Let’s gather, get to know each other better, pray and then show some love to our local community and beyond with our hand work.
Contact Sarah Nelson 507-4209 or Marla McBride 320-3174, if you plan on attending this first evening. We have some simple patterns for infant hats, blankets, or an infinity scarf so you can come prepared with needles and yarn.
- Patterns and supply lists will be on a table in the Fellowship Hall.
Hope to see you for what will be a very fun evening and fellowship.
Bible Studies For Life - Wednesday Nights (Throughout the school year)
Holy Smoke BBQ Contest & Entertainment 2015, Saturday June 6th, 4:00-7:00pm
Click the link below to sign-up for the BBQ contest.
Holy Smoke BBQ & Entertainment 2014
A huge THANK YOU! to all of you who worked tirelessly to make Holy Smoke 2014 the fine event that it was. Approximately 650 meals were served and over $2,100 was donated to the Kearney Food Pantry by those attending.
"It was like a mini Branson." "Felt like a big block party." "The pulled pork was restaurant quality." "What's the band's name?" "Oh, that's our worship team!" These were just a few of the comments overheard at the Second Annual Holy Smoke BBQ contest, meal and entertainment event.
Even though we pigged out on pulled pork and had a smoking good time, the event is more than just food and fun. The Holy Smoke event is also a fundraiser for the Kearney Food Pantry. Nearly $1700.00 was collected in the countrified piggy banks provided on the tables and around 700 people enjoyed a free meal and excellent entertainment.