Reaching those who are distant from God,
becoming fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ
What’s KPC really all about? Well, people. People and God. We have a mission statement that helps keep us on track . . .
KPC exists to reach those who are distant from God and to see them transformed into fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ.
This is the mission Jesus Himself gave us. You may recognize Matthew 28:19-20—the Great Commission—as the foundation of our mission statement.
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Frequently Asked Questions
To view responses to some of the questions we hear most often, visit our FAQ Page.
Our Family of Churches
We think churches are better together than standing alone . . . a bit like people. As a result, we’re a part of a network of churches known as the Evangelical Presbyterian Church.
Blessings Without Number
July 20th, 2014
Rev. Dr. William Enns, Moderator for the Mid-Atlantic Presbytery, joins KPC to install Reverend Steve Keller as Senior Pastor.
July 13th, 2014
Pastor Steve Keller unpacks 1 Peter 1:1-2 and Peter’s own story to reveal the true identity of God’s people as His Chosen and as agents for the Gospel.
The Heart of Worship
Pastor Steve Keller uses Psalm 150 as a basis for helping Christians overcome judgmental attitudes toward the diverse forms of worship in today’s church. The focus is taken off of “how” we worship and helps us understand the “who, why, when, and where” of worshiping our Great God. The message concludes with an introduction of, and prayers for our new Worship and Arts Director, Shiloh Soto.