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Events 2018
In this twelve-week series, we will get to know the Exodus story, and see that it works at three levels.
The Exodus story is a story of rescue, victory, power, escape, redemption, hope and freedom. God draws us out – from our slavery, sin and darkness – in order to draw us in – to his presence, purpose and light. 

In this twelve-week series, we will get to know the Exodus story, and see that it works at three levels.

In part, it can simply be read as history, as a thrilling escape story.

It can also be read as a pattern of rescue that comes up again and again in the story of Scripture.

And of course, it can be read as gospel, as a picture of what happens to us in Christ. 

On Sundays, and in many of our groups, we will be studying Exodus over twelve weeks. To help you make the most of the series, you may also want to get hold of Echoes of Exodus by Alastair Roberts and Andrew Wilson, our Teaching Pastor; it will show you how the Bible as a whole picks up on exodus themes, and connects them to Jesus.

Watch the introduction video to the series here.
Restored Lives Course
For anyone separated, going through a divorce or already divorced. Discussing the challenges involved and the tools to rebuild and be restored.
The course is both practical and supportive, giving anyone who has been impacted by the end of a serious relationship the opportunity to discuss the challenges they are facing and the tools to deal with these effectively. 

Each session begins with a short talk followed by opportunities for discussion in small groups. The setting is welcoming, relaxed and unthreatening.
Exodus Seminar
Hosted by Andrew Wilson, our Teaching Pastor Exodus is a book that provokes all sorts of questions. Come along to learn more about the book and ask any questions about it.

Beckenham site BBQ
The launch of the new Beckenham site is now fast approaching!
As we lead up to the launch of the new site in October, we will be gathering at various moments over the summer to have fun, build community and plan ahead towards the big launch.

The next gathering is the Beckenham site BBQ on Sunday 10th June from 1.30pm - 5.30pm at Mike & Susanna Reich's house on Brabourne Rise (Beckenham).

This BBQ is for anyone who is interested in the Beckenham site and will include games, lots of food and drinks, and a chance to get to know people coming to the site. Everyone is welcome so bring along friends and the whole family!

Could you please RSVP no later than Sunday 27th May?
We will be praying with parents, at the Catford site morning meetings, who want to dedicate themselves to bringing up their children in God's ways.
If you are interested in being a part of this, please contact the church office on 020 8690 4646 or email
King's Church Picnic
We'd love you to join us for our annual King's picnic. There will be a BBQ, ice cream van, bouncy castle, games and sports for all ages.
Free free to invite friends and family. Remember to bring your own picnic or money, as food will be available to buy from the BBQ/other vendors.

There's no on-site parking but you are free to park in local streets (the parking zone doesn’t apply on Sundays).

Ladywell Arena
Silvermere Road

UNITED Weekend Away
The UNITED Weekend Away this year is taking place from Friday 6 July to Sunday 8 July. It's a great opportunity to build friendships, have fun and encounter God together at Ashburnham Place, a stately home situated in 220 acres of stunning natural beauty.
Our theme this year is 'The Naked Truth'. During the main sessions we’ll look at friendship, worship and leadership. In the seminars we’ll explore singleness, dating, marriage and sex.

With guest speakers and great resources, it’s a weekend not to miss!

The weekend is open to all young adults from across King's – anyone 17+ and those in their 20s and 30s.
New Fourth Site Prayer Meeting
In September we announced our plans to launch a new, fourth site in Autumn 2018. The location for this fourth site will be south-west of our existing three sites and will be led by Charles Kimbangi, who is currently a Pastor on the Catford site.
We will be gathering together to pray for the new fourth site with Charles and Amy Kimbangi.

For more info, click here or email

Please note that this is a new date and venue.
Newday is an annual event gathering thousands of young people aged 12-19 years old and each year we take a group of young people who regularly take part in the youth work at King's.
Newday 2018 takes place from Monday 30 - Saturday 4 August (departing Sunday 5th).

The aim of Newday is to envision and equip in God a generation to play their part in the world. The event consists of seminars, worship, teaching, sporting tournaments, and opportunities to get involved in various social action projects in the city of Norwich.

If you would like to go to Newday 2018, please contact the office (020 8690 4646) ASAP to register your interest because spaces are now limited.

Vision Sunday
Vision Sunday is about looking at what God has done so far and looking to where He is leading us as a church.
Steve Tibbert, who is the senior pastor at King's, will be going through some of the blessings and challenges the church has gone through over the last year and sharing what the vision of the church is over the next few years to come. It is a great opportunity to reflect and thank God but also to pray for the future of King's and our community.
Beckenham Site Launches
In September we announced our plans to launch a new, fourth site in Autumn 2018 led by Charles Kimbangi, who will be the Pastor on the Beckenham site. We will be having our first meeting happening on 7 October at Harris Academy.