Here’s Jonathan to tell us about a great opportunity for us to serve our community: 1 in 10 gives us an opportunity as a Church to get together once every ten weeks and help someone out in the community. Last time we enjoyed each other’s company and appalling jokes as we cleaned up a back… Continue reading 1 in 10 – This Saturday!
Healing on the Streets Christchurch, (or HOTS, as we’re known), has been going for just over two years. We have a team of around twelve people from five different churches, who regularly come out with us and others who join us when they can. The team meet at The Restart Mall every second Saturday to… Continue reading Healing on the Streets
I don’t know what your family situation growing up was, but if it was anything like mine you looked forward to Christmas. Now I don’t come from a wealthy family. My parents never spent out a huge sum of money on Christmas presents, but we had plenty. We all had stockings and we all had… Continue reading Fun filled shoeboxes
Last Christmas we made 160 bags full of goodies to give away to those in need in Christchurch and some groups that have connections with King’s. It was amazing to see the response from those who received a bag. This year we would like to bless even more people with an unexpected gift at Christmas.… Continue reading Angel Bags
At King’s Church our children are very important. We love watching them grow and we have some awesome kids workers. But… the fun doesn’t stop on Sundays! Come and join us at Little Steps every Friday during term time. Little Steps is our toddler group. We meet at 10am and have a wide variety of… Continue reading Little Steps
King’s Church is lively, family friendly Church, based in the beautiful city of Christchurch, New Zealand. We are part of the Newfrontiers family of churches. We are a Christian Church made up of people of all ages and all kinds of backgrounds. We are a big family. We love God. We follow the Bible. We care about people. To express who we are… Continue reading Welcome to the King’s Church Blog