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Our Projects

Making God’s Love Visible

KPC’s response to Jesus’ call to “go out and do” manifests in various concrete ways.


  • Through our work with Interfaith Prison Partnership, we seek to affirm the human dignity of incarcerated people by providing care and compassion packages to local prisons.

  • We collect groceries and school supplies for the Community Center of Northern Westchester..

  • We provide a week of safe and warm sleeping accommodations and hot meals to local homeless during the Emergency Shelter Program.

  • We travel abroad to developing countries to help build a more just and sustainable world with Bridges to Community.

  • We provide important basic necessities, such as food, clothing, and toiletries to the homeless on the streets of NYC with Midnight Run.


These are all examples of how KPC Makes God’s Love Visible.

  • What time do I arrive?
    Worship begins at 10 a.m. on Sunday
  • Where should I park?
    There is ample street parking and we are located within walking distance of the Katonah Metro North train station.
  • Is the church handicap accessible?
    The church is completely handicap accessible, including designated spots in the parking lot.
  • How big is the church?
    We are just the right size.
  • Who goes to your church?
    Active church members come from throughout northern Westchester County, Putnam County, and even Connecticut.
Bridges to Community
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Midnight Run
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