Whether you’re young or young at heart, single or married, there’s something for everyone in our church home. We invite you to check out our Bible studies, service or fellowship opportunities at any time during the year. All offer a great way to explore God’s Word, develop relationships and make valuable contributions with your God-given gifts.
Large group Bible studies are offered during the Sunday School hour (9:30 AM to 10:30 AM) in designated areas of the church. If you’re new to the Bible study experience, you won’t feel intimidated. Our studies vary in duration and topic – from marriage or parenting to the exploration of individual Books of the Bible. Currently, we have these Bible studies and you are invited to participate:
Isaiah: Tristan Walker is leading the conversation through the book of Isaiah. In this study we will learn what God is teaching ancient Israel and us today through the warnings and prophecies of the prophet. Please join us in the Fellowship Hall on Sunday mornings from 9:30 to 10:30 am.
Life Groups offer the opportunity to study God’s Word in an intimate environment with others who may share your similar life experiences. A variety of group options are available year-round. Most groups meet twice a month either at the church or in family homes.
Augsburg Confess: Young at Heart is on a journey through the Book of Concord, beginning with the Augsburg Confession in which the Lutheran theology is first clearly defined. This small group study meets on Tuesday mornings at 9:00 AM with a cup of coffee waiting for you in the Shepherd's Room.
Women of the Word meets Thursday morning from 9:15-11:00 AM, studying “Breathe: Making Room for Sabbath” from Priscilla Shirer in the Shepherd’s Room. To reserve a book for $11 contact the church office.
Parents of Teens are studying the book Raising Teens in a Contrary Culture by Mark Gregston. During this time will open an opportunity for study, discussion and community that will help make that journey a bit easier for parents. They meet every other Sunday from 6 to 7:30 PM. Contact the church office to order books.
Men are invited to join a Men’s small group for fellowship and topical discussions. Periodic Saturday morning Men’s breakfasts and Men’s weekend retreats are held throughout the year.
Women are invited to join one of our women's small groups. You may participate in the Lutheran Women’s Missionary League (LWML), the Altar Guild, the Sewing group, or the monthly Bunko fellowship gatherings.
Introduced to King of Kings in 2010, Stephen Ministries is a one-on-one caring relationship between a trained Stephen Minister and a person experiencing a spiritual or emotional challenge. Those who are hurting receive the love and care they need to support them. Contact a pastor or the church office if you would like the support of a Stephen minister or have any questions. Click HERE to learn more about Stephen Ministries.