How is King’s doing financially, what are we planning for the coming winter, and how are we building for the future? Catch our financial update below in two parts:
Our Seaford venue was planted back in 2010 and this April it’s fantastic to see that venue officially turn into a church of its own. Looking forward to seeing all that God will do in the years to come!
We’ve created a few playlists for you to listen to both new and current songs we’re singing at Kings. Listening to the new songs playlist will help us all get familiar before they’re introduced on a Sunday morning. So check them out on the links below:YouTube: New Songs @ Kings
Spotify: New Songs @ Kings
Spotify: Worship @ Kings
This is for anyone over the age of 18, and it will offer an opportunity to develop both creative and technical skills in things like music, sound engineering, recording, worship leading, graphic design, filmmaking, live-streaming and production. Take a look at the promo video for the general overview.
Inkosi Kids is a project set up by Kings Church to help children in the rural areas of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, enter education and gain a chance of a brighter future.
Mattea gives us an update of all that’s been going on recently, including the children from our original class back in 2013. To find out more about Inkosi and how to support the work, visit www.inkosikids.com
What does our livestream look like in 2022? Get a little heart and vision (along with some of the finer details) right here!
How have our finances been going recently and what happened over the pandemic? Find out here!
If you would like to step in and start giving, you can find out how on our giving page.
Catch up with what we’ve been doing with the Love Eastbourne fund since the beginning of the pandemic.
As a church we’ve recently giving £5k to the work going on in Zimbabwe through Disciple Nations and Africa Alive, with Scott Marques and Graham and Belinda. Catch up here with their Covid-19 response.
Catch the latest update from Mattea on our Inkosi Kids projects taking place in Bulowayo, Zimbabwe.