The latest news from around King's
There are some excellent poets rising up around King's and Johnny Raspin is most certainly one of them. This poem has been inspired by the Old Testament Book of Job.
Volunteers make church happen! Read here how we have been celebrating some wonderful volunteers who have been helping out our weekly baby and toddler group.
'The Collective' is an intentional effort to gather creatives from across many different disciples for the purpose of shaping culture and making disciples.
If we always approach church through the lens of wishing this or that were different, or longing for a church that “gets me” or “meets me where I’m at,” we’ll never commit anywhere.
At our last gift days at the end of 2016 we gave £5,000 away to Kingsgate Yarmouth.Goff Hope tells us what has happened to the money.
We are less effective in life when we try to go it alone. Whether as a spouse, parent, friend, employee or student, we will be more effective, more successful & increasingly fruitful when we journey through this life with good friends at our side
The following morning when Edward came down for breakfast, he shared some very sad news; that the previous day, one of his key leaders had collapsed dead, largely due to the effects of the horrific famine they are facing in parts of Kenya.
The Relational Mission Pathways from Poverty Christmas Appeal raised over £50,000. Thank you for your generosity! Find out how it has been used.
How do we as Christians decide how to vote in the upcoming election? Confused by party manifestos? Unsure how to vote to honour God? Check out these helpful tips.
In this series we're going to be taking a look at stories of people who loved God and were trusting Him to provide someone who would save them.
We continue our audio flashbacks with this teaching series about being on our knees and on our feet. Listen, learn and be changed.
On the 23rd April we're launching a new and exciting series for King's Kids. It'll be at all three of our Sunday gatherings and all the information you need is here.
Holly Duxbury continues our Poetry at King's series with this wonderful Easter Carol. She performed it with Jennie Genders at our Christmas Carol service.
We all know raising the Son of God must have been different for Mary compared to the other mums around her at the time but Toby Skipper really helpfully unpacks the impossibility of the task that was given to her.
We continue our audio flashbacks with this teaching series from the book of Daniel. Listen, learn and be changed.
We're launching a new series on the blog which will feature a whole host of poetry written by people around King's. Enjoy this first entry from Holly Duxbury.
Redemption Groups are for imperfect people. They will help you apply the gospel to your life in a focused and intentional way. Redemption Groups are therefore for every member at King's.
The Alpha course begins on the 8th February. This is a brilliant opportunity to explore the bigger questions in life.
Alpha is where people from all walks of life can come together and discuss faith. Watch Sophia ask, ‘When else in life do you get that opportunity?’
Watch Alidor's story. He grew up with a lot of questions and never knew what defined him. Find out how he discovered his own identity.
On the 15th January we're launching a new and exciting series for King's Kids. It'll be at all three of our Sunday gatherings and all the information you need is here.
At our City Centre location on the 18th December we had our Christmas Celebration. It was great a great time with fun things to do for all ages. Enjoy the highlights video here
Here are the key dates for the coming year up to August. We've even created an electronic download of the calendar so you can import into your calendar in a matter of minutes! You're welcome.
ID is our year-long internship program (Run by Relational Mission) designed to help you walk with Jesus into the adventures that he has for you. Applications are now open!
Should a person who follows Jesus ever join the military and take up arms to fight? Toby Skipper begins to engage with this very difficult question
Jesus was born in an obscure village, worked an ordinary job, spent only a few years teaching and was then crucified as a common criminal. Why then is his birth still celebrated by billions today?
Watch the trailer for Together 17: A weekend festival bringing together Relational Mission churches from the East of England.
Here is the third instalment in a new blog series called "And I Quote". This series continues to unpack a variety of different quotes from books that will help us as we follow Jesus.
To help you get into a Christmassy mood and to put your general knowledge to the test we're running a Christmas Quiz!
Here is the second instalment in a new blog series called "And I Quote". The series will unpack a variety of different quotes from books that will help us as we follow Jesus.
Alpha is a series of sessions exploring the Christian faith, typically run over eleven weeks. Each talk looks at a different question around faith and is designed to create conversation. We'll be running Alpha in the Spring term, starting in February
Our conference facilities not only provide an excellent service to those in the City of Norwich but incredibly all of the net profit goes into our 'Serving people, saving lives' initiative. Find out where the money has gone.
Here is the very first instalment in a new blog series called "And I Quote". The series will unpack a variety of different quotes from books that will help us as we follow Jesus.
We have three Christmas celebration gatherings in the run up to Christmas followed by a time together on Christmas Day. Click here for all the dates, times and more information.
This sunday at all 3 of our locations we're going to looking at the subject of heaven and hell. Watch this video to find out more about this week's caricature.
Together 17 is a weekend festival bringing together Relational Mission churches from the East of England. As churches we are on a journey together, enjoying friendship, hearing from God and getting caught up in His great mission.
This sunday at all 3 of our locations we're going to looking at the subject of suffering. Watch this video to find out more about this week's caricature.
If you missed it at one of our sites on Sunday or just want to watch it again you can find our stick man video communicating Twisted's week 1 caricature:
Sent is a conference for 18-30s in the Relational Mission family of churches - powerful worship, first-class speakers, relevant seminars, fun social events and much more. Sign up and see what it's all about!
We are just a couple of weeks away from our final ENOUGH prayer gathering of the year on the 4 November 2016. Watch this video about why they're such good nights.
This is a traditional quiz with the theme being "Around the world in 80 Questions". Location will be the theme of the quiz but not all questions will be geography related.
This evening aims to equip parents in the subject of parenting their child or young person through the hazards of online pornography. King's Community Church will host the evening which will be run by a team from 'The Naked Truth Project'
We wanted to give you a taste of what God has been doing, so we have collated together a few of your stories showing what ENOUGH means to you and how your prayers have been answered.
TWISTED is a new teaching series launching in October. Each week we'll be exploring a different caricature of Christianity; including subjects such as 'God doesn't care about my suffering, otherwise he'd stop it' and 'The God of the Bible is blood thirsty and violent'.
Connect is a Sunday afternoon where you can explore who we are, where we’re going and how you can get involved. You will find out about our vision, and values, as well as how we do church. You’ll get to meet different leaders, ask important questions and find out more about what they are involved in.
We love to baptise people and you have an opportunity to be baptised on the 6th November. Don't miss this fantastic opportunity.
Emily talks about all the exciting things that King's Kids are getting up to this term. Their series is on prayer and it's called #deeperbiggerhigherstronger
Enough prayer is a half night of prayer which is being hosted at Aylsham Community Church. Join us for what will be an incredible night of prayer.
The City West Ladies Night is a great opportunity for all the ladies at City West, along with their friends, to have a night out. This time round it's going to be a meal at PopUp@79 on Unthank Road.
We often think that Science has done away with Faith. Surely we've outgrown any need for faith. Surely there is no evidence for a creator or a God or someone that might want to know us. Maybe that's not the case.
In 2015 the University of East Anglia (UEA) welcomed in over 1,000 international students. In that same year we have greatly benefited from some of these students coming along to King's and making it their family. Watch some of their stories.
Rather than bombarding you with a load of details about who we are and what we do for students (you can find that information here if you're interested) we thought you might like to hear from some of our students about what they love about King's.
We've all known and loved people who are no longer with us and this makes us rightly sad and upset that we live in a world where people die. This short video gives us hope that this may not be the end.
We have just released our 2016 welcome to students video. In just 76 seconds Paul Clist will tell you what there is at King's for students.
On the 18th September we're launching a new and exciting series for King's Kids. It's called #DeeperBiggerHigherStronger and it's going to be all about prayer! This will be at all three of our locations for Generate, Frantik and The Spark.
Watch Goff and Jack tell you about why you should book into the upcoming 50+ weekend at King's. The theme is 'All hands on deck'.
Following the success of our Beetle Drive Night last year we're pleased to announce our next one! Come and join us for an evening of all age fun and good food. Invite any friends or neighbours as this is a fun evening for any age.
Did Jesus really rise from the dead? Do we have any proof? News editor Andy Crouch explains why he believes Jesus rose from the dead in this short video.
This course for leaders or aspiring leaders is starting at King's in October. Check out all the course info here. Sign up is now open.
If you want practical support to strengthen your family relationships then this course is for you.
Find out what Paul & Rebecca (based at King's City West) have to say about their recent visit to the Relational Mission Leadership Conference.
Her story inspires and reminds me, that our seemingly small actions today, help build the church for tomorrow.
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