2nd & 4th Sundays
at 4 PM 
(except as noted)

April 26, 2014
An Interfaith Social Justice Conference
 --  Faith Communities
UNITE to Stop Human Trafficking --
Sponsored by
UCONCI to develop plans for collaborative action in our respective communities to address abolition of modern-day slavery.
See more info here.

UUCK and Grove Park Christian Church support Mary’s Kitchen, located at 110 North Independence Street in downtown Kinston, which provides daily nutritious meals to approximately 110 people. The all-volunteer staff serves six days a week (Monday through Saturday) to anyone in need.

UUCK proudly supports the Eight-Eighties Wounded Warriors Team
The Team which first assembled on August 14, 2010, has two main goals -- to help create jobs in America. and to minister to our nation's youngest Wounded Warriors, now returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.



We welcome you to the
UU Congregation of Kinston website
(formerly Grove Park UU Congregation)

Are you looking for a community where you can explore the common questions of humanity without fear or guilt? Then please visit our growing community -let us see if we can live up to our mission and covenant together!

"Our Mission is to love, encourage, and support each other on our spiritual paths."

"We covenant to affirm principles of UU faith, walking in harmony with our neighbor congregations, and humanity."

contact us:

Sunday Services are held at:   
                        Temple Israel
                        1109 W Vernon Ave

                        Kinston, NC 28501
for a Google map to Temple Israel

Our services are held every 2nd and 4th Sundays at 4:00 PM

Our next scheduled meeting is:

Sunday, April 27 at 4:00 pm "Aldo Leopold: Profile of a Moral Exemplar"
    with Rev. Sally White

  Aldo Leopold was born in Iowa in 1887 and was an author, scientist, ecologist, forester and environmentalist.  He is best known for his book A Sand County Almanac, which combines scientific accuracy with sensitive observations about wild nature and human nature.  From his knowledge of living systems, Leopold distilled moral and ethical truths about living on the earth, and with the earth.  

The Rev. Sally White has served the Unitarian Coastal Fellowship in Morehead City, North SWhite
Carolina as parish minister since August 2003.  A graduate of Starr King School for the Ministry and a Unitarian Universalist for more than 50 years, she has been actively involved in UU congregations from Maine to California to North Carolina.  She is enthusiastic about collaborative leadership, shared ministry, religious education, theology, walking, and singing together.

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From YouTube


from Sunday, Jan 12     "Jazz as an Ecclesiastical Model"
with the Rev. Rod Thompson, interim minister at the UU Fellowship of Greenville
along with
Brenda Stewart, Mort Stein, and Bob Jeffcott
GPUUC members in the HK on J demonstration in Raleigh.