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Rebuild & Rejoice
28
November, 2021
Rebuild & Rejoice

There are times in the history of God’s people when rebuilding is needed. Calamity has struck; the people of God are scattered, scarred and possibly scared. Eventually, after a long and challenging season of crisis, the word of God comes with fresh urgency: it is time to take courage, rise up, rebuild, and rejoice.

That is the story of Nehemiah, a Jewish butler in the Persian court who returned to Jerusalem after the exile to restore its honour and rebuild its walls. In an extraordinary joint effort, the people of Judah rebuilt the city in a matter of weeks, persevering and fighting off all kinds of opposition. They prayed, worked hard and sought justice. They celebrated, repented of sin, and worshipped. The book of Nehemiah tells their story, as they first rebuilt the walls (chapters 1-7) and then worshipped the Lord (chapters 8-13).

It is also our story. The Covid pandemic and accompanying lockdowns have scattered the church, scarring and frightening many of us. Our walls are still standing, but there is plenty of rebuilding work needed, both at individual and corporate levels. Many of us have hardly worshipped together for eighteen months.

And into that context comes the word of God with fresh urgency, as it did to Nehemiah. We need to take courage, rise up, and rebuild. There is hard work and opposition ahead, as there always is, but God is with us, and he is inviting us not just to repair but to celebrate. As we study this book and listen to the voice of God, we are trusting that he will both call us and equip us for the task ahead: to rebuild, and rejoice.

Come and join us at King’s – online or in person – as we look at lessons from Nehemiah.


All day event
Alpha
02
December, 2021
Alpha
Alpha is an opportunity to ask questions about faith, life, and meaning in an atmosphere that is relaxed, non-threatening, low-key, friendly, and fun. Each week there will be a short presentation and then a small group discussion. In the groups, no question is too simple or too hostile to ask!

Alpha consists of ten sessions looking at topics such as Who is Jesus? How to have faith? Why and how to pray? and How to read the Bible?

It runs on a termly basis, starting with an introductory evening on Thursday 30th September, although you can still sign up anytime over the first few weeks.

Alpha sessions:
30th Sep Is There More To Life Than This?
7th Oct Who is Jesus?
14th Oct Why did Jesus die?
21st Oct How can I have faith?
28th Oct Why & How do I read the Bible?
4th Nov Why & How do I pray?
11th Nov Who is the Holy Spirit?
13th Nov Alpha Saturday (In person)
18th Nov Does God heal today?
25th Nov Who and How should I tell others?
2nd Dec What about the Church? (In person)

Please complete this form to sign up for Alpha. If you have any questions or would like further information, please visit our Alpha web page or email info@kingschurchlondon.org.


8.00pm — 9.15pm
Zoom
Rainbow Rhymes Christmas Party
03
December, 2021
Rainbow Rhymes Christmas Party

This is our Christmas Party, Dress to impress and bring a packed lunch and stay a bit longer

Rainbow Rhymes is a free bounce and rhyme time for babies and toddlers aged 0-4 and their parents/carers. Come along, make friends and have fun. 


10.00am — 12.15pm
Downham site
Hope – Christmas at King's
05
December, 2021
Hope – Christmas at King's
One of the things we love to do at King’s is celebrate Christmas in a big way, and you’re invited to join us for our carol services. It’s the easiest invite of the year, so spread the word and invite others to join us too.

This year we have both in-person services at our Catford, Lee, Downham and Beckenham sites, along with an online service. So you’re able to invite not only those who live locally, but also friends and family from further afield. We’re also running in-person Family Christmas Services at each of our sites.

To find out details about our services this year, visit kingschurchlondon.org/christmas.


All day event
New to King's in Beckenham?
05
December, 2021
New to King's in Beckenham?
A moment to gather and welcome anyone who is new to the Beckenham site at King’s. 

You may have started coming through this last year, maybe as far back as March, or only started coming more recently. We would love to invite you to meet with us on Sunday 5th December at the Beckenham site.


11.45am — 12.15pm
Beckenham Site
New to King's in Lee?
05
December, 2021
New to King's in Lee?
A moment to gather and welcome anyone who is new to the Lee site at King’s. 

You may have started coming through this last year, maybe as far back as March 2020, or only started coming more recently. We would love to invite you to meet with us on Sunday 5th December at the Lee site.


12.00pm — 12.30pm
Lee Site
Alpha
03
February, 2022
Alpha
Alpha is an opportunity to ask questions about faith, life, and meaning in an atmosphere that is relaxed, non-threatening, low-key, friendly, and fun. Each week there will be a short presentation and then a small group discussion. In the groups, no question is too simple or too hostile to ask!

Alpha consists of ten sessions looking at topics such as Who is Jesus? How to have faith? Why and how to pray? and How to read the Bible?

It runs on a termly basis, starting with an introductory evening on Thursday 30th September, although you can still sign up anytime over the first few weeks.

Alpha sessions:
3rd Feb Is There More To Life Than This?
10th Feb Who is Jesus?
17th Feb Why did Jesus die?
24th Feb How can I have faith?
3rd Mar Why & How do I read the Bible?
10th Mar Why & How do I pray?
17th Mar Who is the Holy Spirit?
24th Mar Does God heal today?
26th Mar Alpha Saturday (In person)
31st Mar Who and How should I tell others?
7th Apr What about the Church? (In person)

Please complete this form to sign up for Alpha. If you have any questions or would like further information, please visit our Alpha web page or email info@kingschurchlondon.org.


8.00pm — 9.15pm
Zoom