Build For Life
At the core of Kimmels’ ministries is our Build For Life philosophy. We are devoted to partnering with our community by providing support through various activities, events, and programs. In addition to hands-on support, we are also committed to help others build and grow their spiritual lives through compassion and giving.
Spiritual & Lifestyle Pastoral Counseling
We provide Pastor Counseling that is sensitive to relational and emotional issues, as well as to spiritual issues. If you would like to arrange an appointment, please contact Pastor Preston Broadhurst.
(Mothers of Preschoolers)
Register Now For Fall 2017 Program
Becoming a MOPS member allows you to participate in a movement that is helping women all around the world become not only great moms but also leaders in their communities. When moms are well equipped they can support and encourage one another. Being a mom might be the hardest job you’ll ever have but we bet that it’s the best one too! Sometimes you just need a safe space to breathe, get much need encouragement and share some yummy snacks. MOPS Membership provides resources (and lots of fun goodies) that remind you that we are all in this together. You can register by downloading this registration form – just mail it along with your payment to Kimmels Church, 179 Pine Creek Drive, Orwigsburg, PA 17961. The group meets every 2nd and 4th Tuesday from 9:30 am to 11:30 am. Childcare is provided. MOPS Registration Form 2017
Homeless Outreach Ministry
According to a recent report, over half a million people in the USA live on the streets, in cars, in homeless shelters, or in transitional housing. Of that number, 206,286 are people in families, 358,422 are individuals, and 25% of the entire group are children. 15% are considered chronically homeless. 8% are veterans with 1.4 milliion veterans at risk of homelessness. One of the greatest ways we can help make a difference is by reaching out to those in need. And the need is great among our homeless. Our Homeless Outreach Ministry is planning quarterly visits to nearby major metropolitan areas as well as within our own County. In 2016, the team made several visits to New York City. Throughout 2017 the Team will visit homeless groups in Washington, DC, New York City, NY, as well as areas in Schuylkill County.