Everyone is welcome at our worship services. Don't feel like you have to look or act a certain way to be welcome at King's Church. We value being a diverse community. We expect people with strong faith, no faith, and everything in between. We worship God because we need to be reminded of the Gospel, which tell us we are worse than we are willing to admit, but more loved than we could ever imagine.
During our service we blend our rich heritage as Christians in a contemporary way. We will often read passages of Scripture, ancient prayers, or portions of Christian creeds, confessions, and catechisms. We might also highlight personal stories of people in our community. We sing both hymns and modern praise songs, regularly take communion, and use the weekly sermon as an opportunity to point people to Jesus through God's Word.
One of the first things people notice about our church is that there are kids--lots and lots of kids. While that’s not unusual at some churches, what might be surprising is that we include our kids in the first half of our worship service. We value integrating our kids into the life of our church as much as possible and the worship service is a primary way we accomplish this.
Here's an example of one of our bulletins which shows the flow of our worship service: