Our Strand of Gold Christmas production was an amazing celebration put together by a team of creative volunteers at Kings. Here’s the opening sequence. We hope to post more photos and videos here soon.
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It was fantastic to see six of our young people get baptised last Sunday. Here’s the video of the event with stories and baptisms at the following timings:
Mika: 00:00 and 13:20
Michael: 01:12 and 14:35
Mia: 03:46 and 12:53
Lydia: 04:55 and 13:41
Jordan: 06:10 and 12:15
Ben: 08:27 and 14:05
‘What is Baptism?’ brief explanation — 09:37
Baptism: full message — 15:10
If you’ve never been to a silent disco you should! The kids had great fun at our alternative Halloween event. Here are a few shots to enjoy.
We’ve got 78 groups running this term, open to everyone. Whether you’re into boxing, badminton or bowling; sea fishing, photography or football, we hope you’ll find something for you. All welcome!
Discover our complete list of groups online at www.kings.church/groups
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Jez caught up with Terry Virgo to chat about the dynamics of prayer in his own life and in the growth of Newfrontiers: a worldwide family of churches, now serving over 1500 churches across 70 countries.
Come inside our prayer room and see what it’s like! An amazing space, everything is geared up to help fuel and engage prayer. Sign up online at www.kings.church/prayer
Here’s a story that’s come out of our 24-7 prayer room at Hampden Park:
My husband was diagnosed with another illness on top of everything else that he’s got, which is going to affect our future a lot. And I couldn’t really see how we were going to cope with the future, with what it would bring.
So last Thursday, which was 6th September, Terri said to me “why don’t you go in the prayer room and talk to God”.
We went to the group meeting feeling very low still. Terri persuaded me to spend an hour in the prayer room. At first I said no, but then went in.
As I entered I felt a real presence of God. I sat down facing a wall and said “okay God, speak to me”. I prayed for about half an hour for family etc, then I had this picture (or vision) appear in my mind. It was a bit like a dream, but so real:
Ruben and I were walking along a path, hand in hand. A man approached us. He was quite young, dressed in jeans and a t-shirt.
He said “the path ahead is very rough. It’s full of brambles, rocks and thorns. I will help you.”
He took us both by the hand and walked along the path with us. When I looked down, all our feet were bleeding. None of us had any shoes on including the young man.
Soon we came to the end of the path and a smooth road was ahead. The man let go of our hands and said “you will be okay now” and walked away. We continued on our way. I had a real feeling of joy as I sat there.
At first I didn’t understand why all our feet were bleeding, but I think it was to show that Jesus suffers with us, and he knows how we’re suffering.
Two days later during my quiet time at home the picture came back again. This time there was a difference. At the end of the walk I asked the man who he was. He said “some say I am nobody. But to you I am everybody.” Then he walked away as before.
I feel a load has been lifted from my heart. I see a future now that I didn’t before: hope and joy.
— Lynn, Hampden Park Venue
If you’ve got a story from our 30 days of prayer, we would love to hear them! Let us know at: www.kings.church/forms/your-stories
Due to popular demand the 24-7 Prayer rooms are staying open for another month. Many people have loved the way they’ve helped them connect with God.
The Kings Centre prayer room will stay open 24 hours, but there’s no pressure to fill every slot through October. It’s simply here, night and day, for you to enjoy! Centro Lounge is available 6am to 10pm every day.
A few important notes
- There are hundreds of prayer slots available. Simply sign up for as many as you like, by clicking on the link below. You can sign up yourself, as a married couple, your family, or as a group (but we will require one email address for confirmation).
- During the daytime (8am-6pm) we are happy for you to pray on your own (or with others).
- During the evening/overnight (6pm-8am), we ask you to be with at least one other person you know and trust.
- If praying with others please don’t put yourself into a difficult situation or any circumstances that might conflict with your integrity.
- Full instructions on how to access the building and the room will be sent via a confirmation email (two emails will be sent – one confirming the booking and the second as a reminder the day before).
- If things change and you can’t make it for whatever reason, that’s fine. It’s easy to rearrange. Please let us know so we can reallocate your hour (see the confirmation email for details).
- and yes. There are toilet facilities 24-7 🙂
For improved security we’ve placed the sign-up links inside ChurchSuite. You will now find links to both the Kings Centre and Centro Lounge prayer rooms listed in your ChurchSuite menu (see the picture below). Feel free to bookmark these links in your browser but please don’t share them online.
If you need a ChurchSuite account or are having problems with your login, email us at email@example.com
We’re celebrating 30 years of Kings with 30 days of prayer this September. We have produced a 30 day prayer guide complete with our key events. You can pick a booklet up from each of our three venues on a Sunday, or you can download a PDF here: