As King's Church Kingston celebrates its 25th Anniversary, we thank God for the past, and look towards the future.
In today's world, there are many questions surrounding what 'truth' is; in this message the apostle John shows us that truth is something that can be known, is contained uniquely in Jesus Christ and when actively applied leads to a secure life.
As we conclude our Vision & Values series, we cast our minds beyond our borders and hear about making God known internationally.
In the final part of our mini series on prayer, Philip reflects on all that God has been saying this year and during this time of prayer and fasting. We consider the calling on our church to be a loving, maturing, outward looking family with a clear vision for the future.
The idea that God is both one being and three persons, each fully God, is, ‘thoroughly Biblical, thoroughly baffling and thoroughly beautiful.’ We look at what we can know, what is simply mysterious and how we can experience the beauty of the Trinitarian God each day.
Our identity in Christ is expressed not alone, but in community. 'It is about what I've become part of, not just what I've become'. On a significant Sunday, guest speaker Keath Gaitskill speaks from Romans 12:1-16 into the beauty and messiness of Christian community.