Kennedy Road Tabernacle is a place where people can come and be part of a community that loves God and desires to share that love with the world. We want to see people find new life, hope and healing in Jesus Christ. Our dynamic worship, relevant teaching, outreach and activities for the whole family make KRT an exciting place to be. We would love for you to join us on a Sunday!
I see a church where God is in charge! God’s plan is for us to love Him implicitly and trust Him wholeheartedly! God desires a healthy, growing, active relationship with us. He hears and answers prayer in His wisdom and power. KRT will be characterized by a reliance on prayer in the conception, planning and execution of all ministry.
I see a church where Grace flows freely! None of us can earn God’s acceptance; He accepts us now and forever through faith in Jesus Christ. 2 Corinthians 12:9...My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness. We will not focus on guilt to motivate people, but encourage them to live good lives from a motivation of love and thankfulness toward God. Our priority is to minister Christ’s love and acceptance.
I see a church where Growth means life! Great churches have great stories! It is possible and necessary to communicate Christ to the contemporary culture without compromise. In today’s rapidly changing world, forms and methods must be continually evaluated, and if necessary, altered to fit new conditions. While proven techniques will not be discarded at a whim, we encourage creativity and innovation, flexibility and adaptability. We are committed to effectiveness in ministry.
I see a church that believes that Gifts are for giving! Every Christian possesses natural talents and spiritual gifts. Submitting these to God for His use will result in a greater sense of personal significance and purpose in life. People will be challenged to serve, and released in ministry. God deserves the best we have to offer.
Our most important relationship is with Jesus. From that vantage point, loving relationships will permeate every aspect of church life. Building relationships and connecting with friends, old and new, helps us develop a network of care, acceptance, accountability, and belonging.