Our Sunday morning services are the primary way we gather as a whole church. These are central to who we are and a great first step to get connected to life at King’s Community. Every week we gather for about an hour and 15 minutes to celebrate the greatness and love of God and remember our identity and purpose in the world. During that time we sing, pray, and listen to a message from the Bible. We believe the way we do Sundays should shape our everyday. There is a large parking lot in front of Morningside Elementary School, where we meet on Sunday mornings. Signs will point you to the main entrance where our hospitality team will be glad to meet you and show you how to check kids into King’s Kids ministry if you need help with that, and point you in the right direction. Although we do not take an offering, there is an offering box available in the main worship area near the exit. Online giving is also available for your convenience.
Plan Your Visit
If you’ve attended on a Sunday morning, a Newcomer Dessert is your next step to learning more about who we are, what we believe, what we do, and how to get connected. It's hosted by our lead pastor, Gabe deGarmeaux, and his wife at their home. Entire families are welcome to join.
is a 10-week course focused on the rhythms that will form and grow you as a disciple. Established will help you put into practice what Jesus did and discover your purpose and how it fits within God’s greater redemptive plan.
Sunday Ministry Team
God has wired each of us to find joy and fulfillment through serving others. We all need to be serving someone somewhere, making a difference somehow. You’ve been given skills, abilities, and passions to help others along in their journey. You are invited to join a King’s Community Sunday Ministry Team so that you can serve together with others. Our current Sunday Ministry Teams include:
Facility & Set-up
We believe that transformation happens in community. Once you’ve completed Established, joining a Community Group is the next step to building relationships, deepening your faith, and impacting the world around you with the love of Jesus. Groups consist of 6-12 people who commit to each other and a common cause.
We see the partners of King’s Community Church as co-laborers committed to bringing God’s story to life in our communities and beyond. Our partnership class goes through what it means to be a vital part of a local church and the mutual commitment between church leaders and partners to advance the mission of the church. More on Partnership in 2020