What do you like about the Outer banks? What are your hopes and dreams for the community in which we live? In this month of January we have been trying to do some forward thinking. Last week, we talked some about legacy, about whether we want our legacy to be built on pride, poverty, or generosity and gratitude.
Often times it feels a bit more natural to have hopes and dream for our own lives or our own legacies, but on Sunday I want to contemplate what dreams we have for our community? What hopes do we have for the Outer Banks? What do we want Kitty Hawk to look like one year or ten years from now, and how has God called us to play an active role? I hope to see you on Sunday as we gather for worship!
Rev. Colin Snider
This Weeks Announcements
Did you know KHUMC has an endowment committee? Our endowment committee has been established to ensure that the intent of the donor is honored as well as management of the fund. Want more information? contact
Also, if you were not able to attend the estate planning seminar here is a link to a document http://umfnc.nccumc.net/files/2017/12/Wills-Guide.pdf that may help you start your planning.
Sunday is the youth registration deadline for the upcoming Beach Retreat. This weekend retreat, provided by the Beacon District, will be at the Ramada Inn in Nags Head Feb. 21-23. Cost is $125. Registration Forms & additional information are available on Youth Lounge Door and in back porch of the office. For financial assistance or questions, contact Youth Director, Kathy Weeks @ 252 207 8901.
Interested in becoming a member of our own KHUMC's Early Response Team? Disaster and Response Training will be held on Saturday, February 29 from 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. at our Church. The North Carolina Conference United Methodist Volunteers in Mission (CUMVIM) will conduct our one-day training to help get our Team going. Our Team will focus on local and regional outreach in the United States upon natural disasters. Register online at www.nccumvim.org/erttraining and select the training at KHUMC. You can also contact Dan Haynes at 252-489-0614 to register or if you have any further questions. Cost of the
You are invited to a Parenting Series!
Raising a Community Begins with Healthy Parenting. What if Parents, Educators, and our Community/Church partnered together to raise up citizens in Dare County?
Please join us on Wednesday evenings in the Fellowship Hall from 7-8pm. Childcare will be provided.
January 22nd: Helping Our Kids Embrace Mindfulness
January 29th: Helping Our Kids Build Resilience and Growth Mindset
February 5th: Helping Our Kids "Find Their Fit."
A panel of experts will be there to answer questions and help guide parents with tools to help our children thrive at home, school, and in our community! For more information, please contact Allison Brown,