Alpha Online begins October 6 on zoom!
At King’s we want to create space for our friends who are searching and exploring faith to go on that journey and make their voice heard. We use a tool called Alpha to create community and conversation around life's biggest questions. Alpha is a series of sessions exploring the Christian faith, typically run over eleven weeks. Each talk looks at a different question around faith and is designed to create conversation. Alpha is run all around the globe, and everyone is welcome.
At King’s we believe that circles are better than rows. Sunday mornings are a huge part of what we do as a community but, real relationships are formed in small groups. Small groups run in 3 seasons throughout the year spring (10 weeks), summer (6 weeks), and fall (10 weeks). Small groups are a pillar of our church and we believe King’s Church is a church of small groups not a church with small groups.
United, we’re unstoppable! Brotherhood is a community of men coming together and making each other better. We gather together several times throughout the year to eat, worship, and grow through authentic teaching and community. We’re encouraged by the idea that a group of united men who support and believe in one another is exactly what the world needs.
Strong, confident, bold, caring, empathetic, and beautiful women. That’s who makes up our Sisterhood at King’s. We believe in empowering and valuing women on their journey with Jesus and with each other. Sisterhood happens several times a year where the ladies of King’s (and those who aren’t a part of King’s) get together to eat, connect in community, be encouraged in the presence of God and one another, and learn what it looks like to have a Sisterhood that fights for one another not against one another.
Prayer is central to our lives as followers of Jesus and also central to King’s Church. We always want to treat prayer like a first response and not a last resort. We meet at King's HQ every Saturday of the month. At ‘First Saturday Prayer’ we take 60 minutes to 1) Learn how to pray 2) Practice personal prayer 3) Spend some time in corporate prayer.
We pray over a variety of topics and issues. Anyone is invited and welcomed to come and attend. We structure it with a strict 60 minute time period, so you don’t have to worry if it’s going to go long. It’s a laid back environment that we feel is perfect for growing in the practice of prayer.