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Everyone is welcome at Kings, no matter what your beliefs, background or lifestyle. So drop in and take a look!

Kings is made up of around nine hundred people across Eastbourne and Seaford. We have three venues; each sharing the same DNA — such as our beliefs, leadership, resources and teaching. We’re united as one church, yet each of our venues has its own feel and local expression.

Whichever venue is right for you, you will be welcomed into our community. Our groups are a great way of connecting with people and making friends in a smaller setting. For more information on joining our church, discover our Rooted course.

Hampden Park

Meetings are currently online, which you can find on YouTube
27 Edison Road, Eastbourne, BN23 6PT

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Hampden Park is the largest of our venues, gathering people from all over Eastbourne and the surrounding areas. The scale of the meetings and the spacious venue create a great context for worship, celebration and equipping. It’s family-friendly, with plenty of space for children to play and a full range of activities for kids and youth.

Our welcome team are here to help you from the moment you step through the doors to the time you leave. The Visitors Café is where you can get to know us, ask any questions, and find out how you can get connected to life at Kings.

The meetings last 90 minutes and have an interval mid-way through. Although the meetings are larger in size, our groups are small and are a great place to get connected and become part of the community.

Our Vivo Café Bar is open from 8am on Sunday, so if you’re an early bird, why not come in for tea, coffee or a light breakfast before the meeting starts?

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Centro is currently with our Hampden Park venue on Sunday mornings, 10am at the Kings Centre.

Kings Centro meets right in the heart of the town centre. With over 50% of the people who come living within walking distance, it’s a great community full of locals, internationals and people of all ages and backgrounds.

With around 170 in attendance the venue offers a smaller setting for church which many people love. In true theatre style there’s an interval mid-way through serving free drinks and snacks. And if you would like translation during our meetings, just ask at the Connect Zone, and we will do our best to arrange it for you.

Meeting in the Hippodrome Theatre, there’s a distinct blend of our modern church style with the historic building. Next door to the Hippodrome is Centro Lounge — our fantastic guest café where you can chat, get to know us, and ask any questions you like.

Our meetings last 90 minutes and there’s a full kids programme for 0-10s and youth programme for 11-15s. Situated in the town centre, it’s great for after-church activities and the occasional baptism in the sea!

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Kings Seaford meetings are currently online, which you can find on their YouTube channel
Meets at Kings Church Seaford,
12 Steyne Road, Seaford, BN25 1HT

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Our Seaford venue is a vibrant community with many young people and families. Serving the town, the venue meets just before 10am for coffee and brioche. There are great activities for kids and young people, and a fantastic visitors café, full of cakes and treats. Here you can chat, get to know us, and ask any questions you like.

We're right in the heart of the town and just a stone's throw from the beach. Meetings last around 90 minutes. While the same core elements unite all our venues at Kings, Seaford is led, served and loved by the local people.

Mid-week groups offer plenty of opportunity to make friends and get to know each other. There’s also lots of other events as well, such as curry nights, picnics, summer sports, and the occasional bake-off and Nerf gun war!

You can find out more about our Seaford venue online at www.kingsseaford.church

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