Catch up with what's going on. If you're new to Kings, you're welcome to every part of what our church has to offer.
Our Alpha course is up and running but it's not too late to join or invite your friends.
The Alpha course is an opportunity for anyone to explore the Christian faith. It’s relaxed, low key, friendly and fun.
Our Alpha is a series of nine sessions. Each talk looks at a different question around faith and is designed to create conversation. At the beginning of each evening a free meal is served, giving you a chance to get to know others, relax and enjoy yourself.
If you want to join the thousands of others who've been on Alpha you can sign up here.
If you're undecided about Alpha, you are very welcome to come for the first evening to see if it's for you. There’s no cost, no pressure, and no follow-up if you decide not to come back.
It's been fantastic to spend time in worship, prayer and midweek groups with one another this year. We've also enjoyed gathering as family and friends at our church lunches. Our next lunch was scheduled for Sunday 5th June, but rather than eat together at Kings, we would love to encourage you to 'scatter' and join in any community lunches in your area for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. These are amazing opportunities for the gospel to be shared with neighbours and friends across the town we love.
You can find, take part, or even host your own lunch or street party through the official Platinum Jubilee website: https://platinumjubilee.gov.uk
On Sunday 3rd July we are taking Church on the road! (It's guaranteed to be a sunny day)! We'll be going to the big top at the East Sussex School of Circus Arts (next to Knockhatch in Hailsham). We'll enjoy a family celebration from 10am, and then stay on for a picnic lunch together. There will be a bouncy castle, inflatable helter-skelter and lots of outdoor activities for kids and big kids alike.
To help us plan and cater for the correct numbers, we're asking for anyone over the age of 2 years to buy a ticket for £5, this will contribute toward the costs of the day. You will also have the option of buying discounted tickets to Knockhatch for the afternoon at £10 each (normally £19). For more information and to buy tickets for the morning and/or Knockhatch please click here.
The Newfrontiers youth event will be from 1st-6th August 2022 for 12-18 years olds. Newday has often been a pivotal point in the lives of our young people at Kings with many making decisions to follow Jesus, and also being filled with the Holy Spirit for the first time. Book your child's place or speak to Adz or Michael for more information.
We are taking the first Wednesday of every month to gather as a church and pray together at Kings. Prayer is so important to everything we do as a church, so come along—with your groups or on your own—and let's bring our requests to God. There's something special when we do it together as family, united as brothers and sisters!
We love Eastbourne and the Centro Lounge is an amazing missional hub that we rent in the heart of Seaside Road. We long to use it as a base for missional activity to serve and love the town centre community. It's a shop front with huge glass windows facing the people who walk along Seaside every day. Now is the time to cast our bread on the water and go in mission and service to love our town and share the good news of Jesus with others once again. We will be running midweek groups and activities like drop in cafes, life groups, prayer meetings and worship times. We'll also be meeting as a larger group on the fourth Sunday of every month at 5pm at the Salvation Army.
If you want to find out what's on when at Centro, email us on firstname.lastname@example.org with an expression of interest to join in and we will email you with information on where and when people will meet each week.
We've launch our Sunday morning prayer meetings which take place every Sunday, 9am at the Kings Centre. So come a little early, bring your families or bring a friend, and let's pray together before the meeting begins. We want prayer to be at the very centre of who we are as a church, and a place where we meet and encounter God.