We meet in The Rose Theatre, parking can be found in several nearby carparks. You can grab an Earlybird Coffee from 10:00, and the service starts at 10:30.
We endeavour to make sure that our meetings are accessible and relevant to those who wouldn’t call themselves Christians, as well as those who would. Here’s what you can expect to find:
A band will lead us in a time of worship, which will be a mixture of contemporary Christian songs and more traditional hymns. The style of worship is quite informal, and people in the church will occasionally come to the mic at the front of the room to share a reading from the Bible, pray, or bring a word of encouragement. Worship will usually be followed by a few short announcements, and then a talk based on a part of the Bible. There is always an opportunity to receive prayer at the end of the meeting.
We include an opportunity for those who consider King’s to be their home church to give to an offering. There is no obligation to give to the church, but we emphasise that it is a good thing for Christians to do as part of their worship to God.
We have children’s work for under 3s (Little Sparks), children aged 3 to the end of school Year 1 (Sparklers) and children in Years 2 to 6 (Flames) during the service. All children need to be registered on arrival, and the children’s workers will give you more details of what to expect when you register.
If you would like to receive prayer for any concern or illness you have, there will be a ministry team available at the end of the meeting who will be very happy to pray with you.
After the meeting the leadership team and welcome team will be around to answer any questions and make you feel at home.
If you’ve got any further questions ahead of your visit, please contact us and we’ll be happy to help.