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  • Foster Child Service Project 2017

    An essential element of KingsWay's mission is to love our neighbors. This is done in many ways, both organic, day-to-day, interpersonal interactions and "church-sponsored" projects alike. This season, many in our church family are living out this directive with one such service project, sponsoring a local foster child for Christmas.

  • Fighting Against Sex-Trafficking & Prostitution

       On May 22 at 7:00 pm., Kingsway is hosting a Fashion Show / Sex Trafficking Awareness Event.  This will be a collaboration of efforts and talents highlighting the needs of Suti Sana, Elegantees and The Gray Haven Project. Our church has served both Suti Sana and The Gray Haven so this event is just another creative way of service.

  • Packing Party for Operation Christmas Child

    Operation Christmas Child is an amazing program that connects needy kids with the life transforming good news of Jesus Christ. Right now, all over the world, in churches, schools, and homes shoe boxes are being filled with ordinary items that God is using to show His love and care for children in need all over the world. Why fill shoeboxes?

  • OCC Countdown

      We have only two months left to collect gifts for our Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes. In case you missed what I shared last Sunday about the service project, here's a short video introducing the mission of OCC, a ministry run by Franklin Graham at Samaritan's Purse.  Here's a list of items you can donate at the collection table in the King'sKids hallway every Sunday: Small toys, games, and tools Soap, washcloths, combs, hair items School supplies and stickers Sewing supplies Clo...

  • Operation Christmas Child

    Have you ever noticed that the material in the Bible is not organized into age brackets? On one level, it would be really convenient. A book for 15 year olds.

  • Christmas Boxes Project Report

    Thanks so much for all of the help last weekend.  It was truly a sight to see with so many people wrapping boxes with Christmas paper, filling jars with layered cookie ingredients, making ornaments, and writing notes to the families in need in our area. God truly moved in our midst.