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Wednesday, April 16th, 2014

Up from the grave, he arose! With a mighty triumph o’re his foes! Now THAT is something to celebrate! Join us at 8:30 or 11:00 as we gather to offer our praise and thanksgiving for the gift of salvation and resurrection. Nursery available; join us at 9:30 for Dunkin’ Donuts and coffee in the Fellowship Hall. HE LIVES!

Maundy Thursday Service

Wednesday, April 16th, 2014

Join us at 6:30 on April 17th in the Fellowship Hall for a special presentation of “In the Upper Room”, a dramatic reading by Nicodemus with congregational singing and classic artwork. Nursery is available.

Saving Lives, One Pint at a Time “Give Until it Feels Good”

Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

What could be more important than helping save a life?  You have that opportunity on Tuesday, April 8 starting at noon until 6pm at Kitty Hawk United Methodist Church (KHUMC) as they host the American Red Cross Blood Drive.

Many of you are already regular donors and we thank you for continuing this life giving habit.  Even if you’ve never donated before, please consider being a donor this year in the KHUMC Fellowship Hall at 803 W. Kitty Hawk Road, Kitty Hawk.

When you donate blood at KHUMC, you’ll be treated to delicious homemade soup, sandwiches and desserts from some of the best cooks on the Outer Banks, the women of the church.

Blood Donor Factoids:

  • The number one reason donors say they give blood is because they “want to help others.”
  • One donation can help save the lives of up to three people.
  • Blood donation is a simple four-step process: registration, medical history/mini-physical, donation and refreshments.
  • Every blood donor is given a mini-physical, checking the donor’s temperature, blood pressure, pulse and hemoglobin to ensure it is safe for the donor to give blood.
  • The actual blood donation typically takes less than 10-12 minutes. The entire process, from the time you arrive to the time you leave, usually takes about an hour and 30 minutes.

Kitty Hawk United Methodist Church is located at 803 W. Kitty Hawk Road, Kitty Hawk.  For more information call 252-261-2062 or visit kittyhawkumc.org.

Set Your Clocks Forward this Saturday

Friday, March 7th, 2014



Wednesday, March 5th, 2014

Start your Lent season properly by coming to our Ash Wednesday service on March 5th at 6:30 in the Sanctuary. We will reflect on the season of preparation for Easter and receive the imposition of ashes.

Tuesday Meetings and Activities cancelled Feb. 11th

Tuesday, February 11th, 2014

In keeping with the Dare Co. school closing, we are canceling the rest of Tuesday activities and meetings, including tonight’s Administrative Council meeting. The office will be closing at 1:00 PM. Be safe!

Come and See — Epiphany 2

Tuesday, January 21st, 2014

Come and See


January 19, 2014


Join us for Christmas!

Monday, December 16th, 2013

Sunday December 22 at 8:30 and 11:00 am:”Jesus is the Gift” Cantata
by the Chancel Choir and directed by Music Director Jayne Beasley.

Monday, December 23rd : Spirit Café Christmas music service
7:00 pm : Spirit Café will have a special all-music Christmas service accompanied by The Joyfull Noise praise band. This is a fun service for
the family to rejoice and sing along. Come one, come all!

Christmas Eve : Family and Candlelight Communion services
4:00 pm : Children’s Service with “Pop-up Nativity” (nursery available) Families will enjoy this fun and interactive service in which the children will
be invited to play Shepherd, Angel or Animal and will be part of the telling of the Nativity story!
5:30 pm and 7:00 pm : Candlelight Communion Service
This traditional Christmas Eve service features Christmas carols, special music,
candle lighting during the singing of Silent Night, and a message that will stir your heart. Join us to rejoice in the birth of Christ.

803 West Kitty Hawk Road, Kitty Hawk, NC 27949
Kitty Hawk United Methodist Church
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Saturday, November 23rd, 2013


Thank you Gwen Heath, long time member of KHUMC, for this beautiful cornucopia on the
alter. All vegetables and fruits are edible and donated by Gwen. Please join us for
worship this Sunday at 8:30 or 11:00 am. We are located at 803 W. Kitty Hawk

Lying to God

Wednesday, October 30th, 2013
The Acts of the Apostles contains a rather troubling episode in the fifth chapter.

But a man named Ananias, with the consent of his wife Sapphira, sold a piece of property; with his wife’s knowledge, he kept back some of the proceeds, and brought only a part and laid it at the apostles’ feet. But Peter said, “Ananias, why has Satan filled your heart to lie to the Holy Spirit and to keep back part of the proceeds of the land? While it remained unsold, did it not remain your own? And after it was sold, was it not at your disposal? How is it that you have contrived this deed in your heart? You have not lied to men but to God.”  When Ananias heard these words, he fell down and died. (Acts 5:1-5a, NRSV)

The issue here, of course, is that the couple lied about what they were giving for God’s work. They lied not only to the apostles, but to God. Like Barnabas in the previous chapter (Acts4:36-37) they indicated that they would sell off some land they owned and give the proceeds to the newly formed faith community. But they conspired together in a lie. As Peter had indicated, they had been perfectly free to announce that they would give 25% or 50% or 80% of the proceeds, but they wanted others to believe they were more generous than they were.
There is no doubt that we worship a generous God. Just as we are called to reflect the love of our God and the hospitality of our God, we are expected to reflect God’s generosity. Indeed, these three are connected: love, hospitality, and generosity. As individuals and as a community of faith we have been given the gracious opportunity to his this out in God’s creation. As both individuals and as members together in Christ, we do so in the context of our communal life: life in the community of faith and life in the larger community around us.
In a recent sermon I mentioned that our capacity for love is connect to our receptivity to God’s grace. My we learn to live and grow in God’s grace in ways that find expression in our capacity for love, our willing and deliberate hospitality, and our demonstration of generosity.
Grace and Peace,

Pastor Alan