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Events 2018
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.
Vision 2030 Prayer Evening
Come along for an evening of praying into the next twelve years at King's, following the start of our Vision 2030 Sunday.
Alpha at Catford
Alpha explores life and the Christian faith in a relaxed, informal setting. Come and eat, make friends and ask questions. Each week there is a short presentation followed by discussion in small groups.
Alpha consists of nine sessions looking at topics such as Who is Jesus? Why and how to pray? How to read the Bible? It runs on a termly basis – eight midweek evenings with one Saturday.

It is for anyone who wants to investigate Christianity, and also for new Christians and people who want to reconnect with God.

Alpha is free. However, people are welcome to make a small contribution to the cost of the meal.

For more information see kingschurchlondon.org/alpha.

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.
Relationship Matters
If you are in a serious relationship - perhaps you’re dating, engaged or maybe living together - and you want to learn more about building a biblical foundation to your relationship, then Relationship Matters is a great one-day seminar to equip you in building a biblical relationship.
Adults of any age or stage of life are very welcome. The content includes: building strong foundations, communication, impact of family past and present, romance and sex, and next steps.

The day will consist of seminars led by couples in the church, followed by couple discussion time. There is no group work and no requirement to disclose anything about your relationship to anyone else.

It will be a relaxed day with no pressure to make any decision.

£10 per couple, lunch included. We are unable to provide childcare.

Book online or via the Welcome Desk on a Sunday.
Membership Morning
The morning is an opportunity to find out more about our history, vision and values and what it means to be a member. The morning is open to people from all sites and will be hosted by Phil Varley, the Associate Pastor at King's. Childcare is provided.
By attending you're not signing up to be a member; after the morning there is an opportunity to meet with one of the leaders to chat further and ask any questions, before taking the step of membership.