Locations & Gathering Times
At every location during our Sunday gatherings there is a time of singing followed by a talk given by one of the leaders. Details of the current series of talks can be found below. All three locations have dedicated groups for babies right through to teenagers, just ask one of our welcome team when you arrive. We look forward to meeting you.
City Centre | Sundays 10.00am - 11.45am | MORE INFO
Mile Cross | Sundays 10.45am - 12.45pm | MORE INFO
City West | Sundays 3.00pm - 5.00pm | MORE INFO
We appreciate that turning up to a church (or any place for that matter) for the first time takes some courage. Our locations are like our homes, so we endeavour to help every guest feel at home. Our welcome team will greet you when you arrive.
Whether you consider yourself searching, spiritual or sceptical (or all three) we want to provide a place for you to process your questions, doubts and beliefs in a way that works for you. Our Sunday gatherings as well as doing an alpha course is a great place to start.
We are a family, and as family it's good to not only regularly gather together to enable relationships to flourish but it's also essential that we find the part that God wants us to play within the family. We would love you to put roots down and make King's your home.
The blog at King's
The best place to keep up to date with everything going on around King's is the blog. There are new posts several times a week including videos, announcements and articles written by people in the King's family.
There are a whole host of different events that you can be a part of at King's. They are great opportunities to get to know the family better and to get involved in community life at King's.
On Sundays we have groups available at all three locations for children up to age 14. When you arrive please ask our Welcome Team for more details. All volunteers are DBS checked.
Every Sunday there is a talk given by one of the leaders. The current series is called TWISTED: Caricatures of Christianity. Each week we'll be exploring a different caricature of Christianity; including 'God doesn't care about my suffering, otherwise he'd stop it'.