We are making it as easy as we can for everyone to join a group. Simply take time to look through the groups listed for the site you attend, find a group that fits you for this term, and sign up.
If you've joined us since we started meeting online, to help you connect to King’s well, we suggest you join a group on the site nearest to where you live. Or if you live out of the area, we suggest the Catford site – although we would always encourage people to connect to a church near where they live.
If you are new to King’s you might find it helpful to join one of the groups marked with this symbol and connect with us.
If you would like to explore Christianity or are new to faith we suggest joining Alpha or New Life where you will receive a warm welcome wherever you are in your spiritual journey.
In some groups you can learn a new skill, develop a gift, dig into the Bible and keep learning from other Christians.
We care for each other through groups. Sometimes we need grace and truth around a particular life challenge such as relationship breakdown or brokenness from the past. Sometimes we want to get to know people at the same stage of life as us – you will find that in the variety of groups we offer.
Most groups for the Autumn term start the week beginning 27th September.
Most groups will meet for around 8 weeks. However, the frequency of the meetings is explained in the group’s description.
You are free to choose a group by focus or leader of the group. We hope there is something for everyone. Some groups have a limited number of spaces so sign up quickly!
These groups are particularly suitable for anyone new to King’s or to join during the term.
Sundays and groups are the heart of life at King’s, so we would love everyone to be part of a group. If you are part of a midweek serving team, that can be your group where you make friends and grow in faith too.
No, you can just continue to attend.
The sign-up is for one term at a time. But for groups to develop friendships and grow in faith together, we encourage everyone to attend each session, if possible, for the weeks the group is running. At the end of the term you have the option to sign up again if the group is continuing, join another group or take a break.
The Group Leader will contact you to confirm the details of start date, when and how the group will meet, and welcome you into the group. Most groups are using the videoconferencing app Zoom to meet.
Most groups will not be open after the second week so that real friendships can develop. But we have a few groups which remain open all term so that new people can get involved at any stage. Click through to the groups pages for each site to see the current list of groups you can join or get in touch.
Please speak to one of our Pastors, a Group Leader or email email@example.com.
During this time of not being able to meet in person, we would like to form many new groups. We can help you host a simple small group based on resources around the sermon series for 6-8 people. Please talk with one of the Pastors on your site or email firstname.lastname@example.org about next steps.