I am really excited about the Margins to Mic project, which will be launched in the coming days. As each new video is released, the link will be posted here. It is an opportunity to listen and learn from those we may not often hear.
Hello everyone, we’re aware that last week at church we didn’t say anything about the murder of George Floyd, but it has been very much on our minds and prayers as an office team. Like all of you, I’ve been deeply saddened and shocked by the racist murder of George Floyd and wanted to post… Read More
By Pete & Michelle Foster Between 1998 and 1999, while I was studying at Kingston University, God gave me a very clear sense that one day I would live in Ireland. Two years later I met and married Michelle who is from Czechia. When we got together we made a deal that when God called… Read More
by Esther Crook After giving my life to Jesus on the King’s church Kingston Alpha course 9 years ago, I developed an almost instant fascination for anything related to international mission. Thinking back, I don’t think I even really had a clue what this entailed, but I made up my mind that someday I wanted… Read More
By John Ford When hearing the words, “Go and make disciples of all nations”, they can be overwhelming. The question that springs to mind is this; what does it mean for a community in Kingston to be involved in the gospel going to the nations of the world? What is our part to play? Personally,… Read More
written by Jo Collison I didn’t tell many people that I would be going to the Leadership conference because, to be perfectly honest, I don’t actually lead anything at King’s Church. I’ve also never been to a New Ground event despite being a part of New Ground for nearly ten years, so I entered… Read More
Why I – mostly – loved Bishop Curry’s sermon The restorative love of God was confidently, passionately and skillfully proclaimed. Hundreds of millions of people were shaken out of their seats and umpteen media outlets set alight by passionate, Christian preaching when they expected dusty, religious formalism. The centrality of Christ crucified (1 Cor… Read More