At King of Kings, members are a family in Christ. Our congregation consists of all ages and backgrounds. We want everyone to know that their sins are forgiven by God through what Jesus has done for us, and that by their faith in Jesus as their Savior, we will have everlasting life and salvation.
Dress comfortably. Some will dress up to worship God; some come as they are. All are welcome.
Bring the kids! We have children of all ages, and Jesus is pleased to see his lambs at worship. Feel free to take a little one to the children’s room, or out, if a respite is needed.
An offering will be collected. It is our privilege to give back to God a portion of the abundance with which he blesses us. However, do not feel obligated to participate.
Our worship is liturgical, meaning we use a structured order of service.
Our service folder will assist you to follow along, and you will be able to participate in many different ways: singing hymns, hearing Scripture, joining in prayer.
To experience the love and joy King of Kings Lutheran Church has to offer, visit us for worship this Sunday!
What is the point of Christian worship? Is the point of worship to be an act on our part to come and worship God and praise Him? Or more pointedly, would we say that the focus of worship is our action towards God? Is it that we recognize the merit or worth of God. When we do this, we offer the correct “pomp and circumstances.” The English word worship, makes the activity ours.
While it is a good thing to have the holy desire to come and worship God, to praise Him for the great wonders that He has done, that should not be our primary focus. The primary focus is not on what we do, but what God does. Christian worship has its genesis in God; indeed, God is the author and root of it. God is the one speaking, we are the hearers. God is the content, His Word speaks to us today. The Christian worship service is all about God giving to us in Word and Sacrament, and then we respond in faith and devotion. God is the mover and the shaker in worship, we are the ones who passively receive His grace.
As such, worship at King of Kings is liturgical; we follow set orders of service that are rich in God’s Word and point us away from ourselves and point us to what Jesus comes to give – forgiveness, life, and salvation. It can take an adjustment period if you’ve never been to a liturgical service before, but it isn’t hard. And we’re more than happy to help you if you have any questions.
We gather as the body of Christ and receive every good thing from Him. Every service we have a reading from the Old Testament, a reading from the New Testament, and a reading from one of the Gospels. At King of Kings, we are baptized into Christ’s death and resurrection, we receive His true body and blood for forgiveness in the sacrament of Holy Communion, and we hear His Word preached faithfully!
We invite you to join us, where we hear the voice of our Good Shepherd, who has laid down His life for us, His sheep! (John 10:11-18). If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
“In their hearts humans plan their course, but the Lord establishes their steps.” Proverbs 16:9 God has blessed our young congregation abundantly already. I can only imagine how exciting the future will be based on past blessings. Come join us and enjoy the journey!”
– Tim K. –
“God’s Word is spoken in its truth and purity at King of Kings and is explained so everyone can understand it. Sunday School is a joy-filled social group for little ones where they can learn about God in a way they can understand. They get to know Jesus and his love for us.”
– Patty L. –
“King of Kings is a place where I feel in touch with God.”
– Kristi B. –
“The best thing about King of Kings is it’s a place where God’s people of different backgrounds and cultures can unite in worship and faith.”
– Tony L. –
“King of Kings congregation is like my family”
– Andy B. –
“After our church service, I feel renewed and peaceful because the Word of God is taught in its truth and purity.”
– Sharon Z. –
“King of Kings always reminds me that our sins are forgiven.”
– Arlen B. –
““I rejoiced with those who said to me, ‘Let us go to the house of the Lord.’” Psalm 122:1 Unfortunately for many in the assisted living facility across the street from our church, they aren’t able to go to house of the Lord. Instead, Pastor Turner offers weekly services inside their facility as a benefit for the residents’ spiritual welfare. “
– Sally K. –
” King of Kings keeps my focus on what is truly and most important, our connection with God and each other.”
– Monika B. –
“King of Kings helps me better understand God’s Word, to learn of God’s love for all people. I like learning, worshiping, and singing to God. The best thing about King of King’s is the Bible class where I learn God’s Word.”
– Martin L. –
“King of Kings shows me how fortunate I am to be a redeemed sinner and that I have the opportunity to thank God for my redemption through my Savior, Jesus Christ”
– Isaak B. –