Keystone is closed on Sunday, December 30th but we will be back the first Sunday of the new year.

Why would a church close on a Sunday?
We aren’t expecting snow (although it is Michigan and anything is possible). It isn’t because we think gathering for worship is unimportant. It is not because we are not able to hold a service of some kind. It is a matter of priorities.

Each and every week, 51 weeks a year, it takes dozens and dozens of volunteers to help us create Sunday environments that are engaging, inspiring and safe, especially in our children’s ministry areas. Without a large number of volunteers, these environments cannot operate them safely. Many of the volunteers who create our worship experiences a reality serve for up to six hours on a Sunday. Choosing to take one Sunday off over the holidays provides all of these wonderful volunteers a break that allows them to focus on their families and most importantly REST.

What can you do that Sunday?
Below you will find content we’ve created for you to enjoy online including a special teaching video from Pastor Ken and links to children’s devotionals you can watch and discuss with your children at home.

Special Message – December 30th


Waumba Land (Birth to K)

UpStreet (1st thru 5th Grade)

Studio252 requires you to create an account, but it is free for parents and well worth the time to create because of all the great resources available through their site.

Sunday, January 6th – NEW SERIES: My Big Fat Mouth

Words are powerful. They can beat us down and lift us up. They wound and they heal. And the right words at the right time can be exactly what we need to hear—or what we need to say. Let’s find the right words in a new series, My Big Fat Mouth.