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Welcome to Kirkwood, the "church in the woods.” Nestled among towering oaks and colorful dogwoods and camellias, we offer the surrounding Springfield, Virginia area and greater community a place of worship and song, of prayer and learning. We offer the Lord of Life whose compassion and comfort and whose grace and guidance may be found in a gathering of fellow Christians, drawn together in faith, hope and love. We are young and old, married and single, and together we are sisters and brothers of Jesus Christ.

 Join Us Sunday

Worship 11:00 am

Nursery Care Provided

Upcoming at Kirkwood: 

Congregational Meeting: The session has called a congregational meeting for Sunday, September 22, immediately following the worship service for the purpose of electing members to serve on the Pastor Nominating Committee.

Yard Sale Thank You: Many thanks to all who donated and helped with the yard sale last weekend to benefit a neighbor in need. Over $1,200 was raised. Thanks, one and all!

The Mission Committee will be meeting to schedule activities for the end of this year and next year.  We would like to invite all who have an interest in learning more about mission, and also anyone who has ideas or would like to lead an activity. The first planning meeting is Tuesday, September 24 at 7:30 pm in the Kirkwood parlor.

Thanksgiving Baskets: The Mission Committee is accepting cash donations to prepare Thanksgiving Baskets for some families that can use the help. We are working with Ecumenical Community Helping Others (ECHO) who identifies families in need. There are envelopes in the pews and the donation boxes on the tables in the narthex and commons area. We are also inviting you to help the Mission Committee and Deacons in the delivery of the baskets, so please contact Doug Amon if you would like to deliver a basket to a family. 

ECHO, the 50-year-old, all-volunteer Ecumenical Community Helping Others, including Kirkwood and 23 other congregations in the Burke and Springfield areas, is still collecting school supplies to help make sure students in disadvantaged families are have the materials they need. Your help in donating needed school supplies is urgently needed. Supplies may be placed in the ECHO box in the church narthex. Here is the list: Backpacks – girls’ and boys’ – all grade levels, 3-ring binders – 1½” and 2” new only, Sturdy fabric pencil pouches, Paper pocket folders – with prongs and without prong, Vinyl or laminated pocket folders – with prongs and without prongs, Spiral notebooks – wide-ruled and college-ruled, Loose leaf paper – college-ruled, Highlighters – broad tip and thin tip, Dry erase markers – broad tip and thin tip, Ear buds.

ECHO is Currently in Desperate Need of Food Donations including 2# bags of flour, sugar, and rice, vegetable oil, boxed potato products, shampoo, deodorant and detergent. The Clothing Department needs size 4 diapers and child-sized tennis shoes. The Housewares Department needs queen size blankets, irons and toasters.

  Great Ideas Come When We All Work Together!  Volunteer - We Need You!

   

Concerts from Kirkwood continues with its 2019-2020 season!

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