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Events 2017
We Believe Series
In our teaching series this term, we are going to be exploring 
the main foundations of biblical teaching – the things that are written in blood, and the things that, if you took them away, would
 turn Christianity into something else.
Christians believe all sorts of things, based on the Bible. Some of our beliefs are held fairly lightly – we know we might well be wrong, and it doesn’t really matter if we are, but we hold an opinion anyway. These beliefs, you could say, are WRITTEN IN PENCIL. We could rub them out and replace them with an alternative belief fairly easily, without the rest of our faith being affected much.

Then there are beliefs WRITTEN IN INK. These are things which we hold to more firmly – our position on baptism, or spiritual gifts, or church leadership, say – and which we have a position on as a church, not just as individuals. At the same time, we recognise that sincere Christians hold different views on them, and that in the end, they might be right. So we affirm our beliefs clearly and happily, but without falling out over them with people who disagree.

But the most important convictions run deeper than that. There are some things we believe that, if they were removed, would make Christianity collapse, or become a totally different sort of thing. These are beliefs we would die for, and many Christians have. Some things we believe are WRITTEN IN BLOOD.
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.
Bright Lights Party
This exciting family event will take place at the Catford site from 2pm - 4pm. It is designed to be a fun alternative to Halloween parties.
The evening will include games, bouncy castle, crafts, face painting, hot dogs, videos and an energetic praise party complete with glow sticks! £1 per child on the door. All children must be accompanied by an adult. An ideal opportunity to invite families and friends who don’t come to King’s.

Global Leadership Summit
The Willow Creek Global Leadership Summit videocast event is a world-class leadership event impacting 260,000 people in 120 countries. It is for anyone who wants to grow as a leader. We are hosting a videocast of this event on Friday 3 and Saturday 4 November.
Everybody has influence and the responsibility to lead well. No matter where you lead, the Summit delivers vision, inspiration and practical skills you can apply immediately.

For more information and to book, visit
We will be praying with parents 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
Baptisms are always exciting - an outward demonstration of the internal change people have experienced after deciding to follow Christ! Join us to hear some fantastic stories and see people baptised.
If you are interested in finding out more about baptism at King's, please email

Membership Morning
The morning is led by Steve Tibbert and is an opportunity to find out more about our history, vision and values and what it means to be a member. 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.

Events 2018
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.
Further details have yet to be confirmed.

As well as time to socialise and relax, there will also be a programme of worship, prayer, teaching and seminars.

Open to all young adults from across King's – anyone 17+ and those in their 20s and 30s.