King's Church will start to meet again 6/28. Here is a run down of our Guidelines.
If you are uncomfortable meeting at this time, you can join us 10:30 AM Sunday Live on YouTube here.
We are a new multi-ethnic church with an old message. While we work hard to see the Gospel applied in our lives and culture today, we also cherish the fellowship we have with Christians that have gone before us. In each service, we sing songs of worship, meet and greet one another, listen to a sermon from the Bible, and take part in communion. There's no need to dress up. Kids and babies are more than welcome. Here's an overview of what you will experience at King's Church:
We typically teach 40-minute messages on a chapter of the Bible each week. We aim to point to Jesus in every message and apply the truths of the Bible to our lives practically and thoughtfully.
We are a multi-ethnic church with a wide age range. We desire to be a safe haven for lots of different people. We pray you would get a glimpse of God's kingdom to come!
You can expect a mix of modern and ancient songs. Our music is biblically faithful and full of praise to God.
We welcome any children into the service to worship alongside our family of faith. We don’t mind a little noise. Childcare is available for children up to 5 years old.
We take the Lord’s Supper every Sunday in order to remember Christ’s atoning death and our identity as members of one body. This is also a time for repentance and renewal.
People still intuitively want deeper friendships and relationships. We strongly prioritize for real friendships and true companionship.
Offerings are an important part of worship. Offering boxes are located in our services, but we encourage all giving to be done online. You can give here. If you are a visitor to King's Church, we do not expect you to give. We are simply glad to have you join us.
Dress trends towards casual to business-casual, but please come as you are!
We seek God's peace, unity, and strength together. You will discover at our service an environment of prayer as leaders will often pray before, during, and after the service.