We’re passionate about the whole of the King’s Church family meeting together to worship Jesus for who He is and celebrate all He has done. We do this through singing, praying, hearing testimonies, moving in spiritual gifts and being inspired and directed through preaching and teaching.
We gather together most Sunday’s in The Schofield Centre at 10.00am for tea and coffee, and everything kicks off at 10.30am. We’ll often have times with all age groups together, but there are also specific groups for children and youth to get involved in.
We’d love to meet you on a Sunday morning, and connect you in to the King’s Church family!
As a church family we are passionate about community, believing that true discipleship can only happen as we walk out life together. We therefore have groups meeting together throughout the week that you can get involved in and be a part of
Discipleship | Nurturing | Accountability
A DNA group forms when two-three people start to meet on a regular (we suggest fortnightly) basis specifically to study the bible, pray, encourage and challenge each other. We recommend that you DNA with someone either in your Life Group or someone who isn’t yet in a Life Group.
Disciple Making Communities (DMCs) are Christ-centred small groups that help us find a sense of belonging and a place to reach out to others in our community. DMCs are essential in helping us outwork our faith in a shared way and enable us to support one another deeply. Just have a look at Acts 2:42-47 to get an idea of what DMCs are about!
DMCs are diverse in what they look like purely because the emphasis is on each group hearing God for themselves about who He is sending them to and how to reach them.
Follow the link to check one out!
As a church family we see investing in the next generation as a top priority. We therefore have loads for kids and young people of all ages to get involved with, both on Sunday’s, during the week, and at annual events.
Check out the links below for more info on how to get involved!