We'd love you to come along to our Carol services or our Family Christmas Services, and we’d like everyone to bring someone along. You can also help a homeless person by buying a King’s Christmas Tree or help provide food to people who need it most this Christmas, by getting involved in the Big Red Box project.
Our Carol services, which take place at all three sites, include carols, readings, performance pieces, videos and a short talk that is fun and festive.
Our Family Christmas Services are for the whole family and last just over an hour, followed by drinks and mince pies.
All the profits goes to the Jericho Road Project which has been helping rough sleepers and housing vulnerable people in South East London for over 10 years.
This Christmas we are again providing boxes of food for the neediest families in our local community through our BIG RED BOX initiative. We are distributing most boxes through Social Services Family Support teams.
We would love everyone to be involved in this. For some of us, it will simply be buying one item of food to go in a box, for others it will be in buying the food for an entire box.
Download our shopping list. You can buy one or a few items, get it all yourself, or you can join with others: family, friends, work colleagues, classmates, your community group - you choose!
Pick up a flat-pack Big Red Box (if you want to fill a whole one). Boxes are available from King's Church London sites from Sunday 13 November.
Full boxes or individual items from the list should be brought to any of the King’s Church London sites from Sunday 20 November up to and including Sunday 11 December.
Join us for an hour-long, relaxed service as we celebrate Christmas together.
Join us to see in the New Year together. The evening will include worship, a short talk, testimonies and prayer.
Our annual New Year's Eve event for young adults (anyone 17+ and those in their 20s and 30s). Join us for an evening of entertainment, worship, an inspiring talk and a party going on into the early hours of New Year’s Day!