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About Us

At King’s Community Church you can expect a collection of ordinary people from different walks of life who love Jesus passionately. Our motivation for our mission, vision, dna, and the way we structure church and ministry, flow from the gospel. Through our stories, God is glorified and lives are transformed as we speak the gospel, love our neighbors, and invest in the well-being of our community. We are committed to the Bible and prayer, fellowship, and hospitality in our Sunday worship gatherings, Community Groups, and in day-to-day life. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, King’s Community welcomes you.

Our DNA is made up of the attitudes and actions that motivate our mission to bring God’s story to life

Give Glory
Life is most fully understood in light of the glory of the triune God which is seen most beautifully in the gospel of Jesus Christ. Every second and square inch of life exists by, for and through him. Our greatest endeavor in all we do is to give glory to God.

Share Truth
God’s story, the Bible, is our source of truth. We never graduate from the Bible, but we can always grow in understanding how it applies to our lives, so we share truth whether we’re gathering as a church or going out into our day-to-day lives.

Celebrate Transformation
Jesus changes everything for us. As Christ’s kingdom invades every part of life, and we learn to reorient our lives around him, we will count the change by celebrating both personal and community transformation.

Show Compassion
The gospel we celebrate compels us to push back darkness in the world by showing the same love, mercy, grace, and kindness shown to us in Jesus. We seek to echo God’s love for people, putting empathy into action by learning spiritual and felt needs and addressing them.

Gain Equipping
As image bearers of God we’ve all been called to represent God in the world and reflect him to the world. In everything we do we set out to equip the whole person — head, heart, and hands — to do the work of ministry.

Pass the Baton
What we’ve been entrusted with is to be passed along to future generations.

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