Ministry Information

Kindred is a community where mothers of babies, toddlers, and preschoolers find real-life sisterhood.

Our name references the classic novel Anne of Green Gables and the main character’s notion of “kindred spirits.” While we’re a group of women with many individual differences, we’re kindred spirits in our united desire to love God, our husbands, and our children in the midst of a culture where loneliness is commonplace.

Kindred friends are more like family; we support one another in practical ways, like lending support through the week and bringing meals after the birth of a baby. Our mentor moms offer wisdom, advice, and a shoulder to cry on. If you’re a kindred spirit, please join us!

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Meeting Info

Kindred meets during normal school months at Cherrydale in Room 119, as well as other special events throughout the year. View our inclement weather policy.

When?

First and third Fridays of each month, mid-September through May

What Time?

9:30 - 11:45 am

Upcoming Events
Kindred Meeting

9:45 – 11:45 am

Room 119 (Community Room)

Kindred Spring Outing

9:00 am – 12:00 pm

To Be Determined

Kindred Meeting

9:45 – 11:45 am

Room 119 (Community Room)

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Childcare

Details on the Kindred childcare program and our secure check-in process.

Kindred Childcare
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Registration is open the Saturday through Wednesday prior to each meeting.

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Blog & Announcements

April 6, 2018: Kindred Speaker

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April 6, 2018 Kindred Message: Tara Sanders Together, we’ll take a look at some life-giving hope…

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March 16, 2018: Kindred Speaker

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Gay Brown’s Mar. 16, 2018 Kindred Message How do you decide who you are and…

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The Heart of Anger, post by Laura Moore

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The Heart of Anger by Laura Moore Dear Mama, Do you sometimes struggle with anger-management…

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