Whether you’re young or young at heart, single or married, there’s something for everyone in our church family. 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.

Life Groups

We love to connect with and learn from the King of all kings. This happens in church on Sunday mornings and when we gather around God's Word in fellowship. We invite you to join one of our Life Groups and connect with each other and with God as He strengthens your faith through His Word.


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.


Scroll through our options for this winter. They are organized by day and time, beginning with Sunday. You can sign up for a Life Group at the bottom of this page.


Sundays at 11:15 am | In-Person, Shepherd's Room


This group covers the basics of the Christian faith. It is designed for those who are new to King of Kings and anyone who would like to review the basics of what we believe. It is recommended for new members to King of Kings.

GOD'S WORD IN STONE - King of Kings Artisans Guild

Sundays at Noon | In-Person, Fellowship Hall

Growing in art by growing in faith, growing in faith by growing in art. In God's Word in Stone you'll experience the artistry of six masterpieces of sculpture while discovering and discussing the scriptural inspiration behind each one. You'll explore the lives of Moses, Habakkuk, Haggai, Mary Magdalene, Paul the apostle, and the apostles. Each of the six sessions includes:

  • Selecting the Stone—an introductory, group-building activity that gives members an opportunity to share opinions about the main theme of study

  • Roughing out the Image—an examination of the work, life, and thoughts of the artist

  • Polishing the Art—a Bible study that places the work of the artist within biblical context

  • Displaying the Masterpiece—discussion questions that encourage group members to apply the principles of the study to daily life



Sundays at 6:00 pm | Online


Where do you turn when you need to replace a fuse, cook dinner, eradicate ants, or soothe your child's upset stomach? If you are like many others, you have a shelf full of "how-to" books to supplement your own knowledge and experience. Now it's time to add Proverbs to that shelf! Proverbs is the Bible's own how-to manual. The wisdom contained in its practical and simple instructions will help you to be successful and prosperous in your work, your dealings with family and friends, and your relationship with God.


Mondays at 7:00 pm | Online

A study of the Book of Zechariah from the Old Testament. In this study we shall consider how "God remembers" His people and the plans God has for rebuilding  His temple after a time of exile.

MYTH OR FAITH? CONTINUED... - Young at Heart

Tuesdays at 9:00 am | In-person & Online, Shepherd's Room


We will look at myths about the Jesus, the Holy Spirit, the church, and the goal we seek. We will look in the Bible to see God's truth on each matter.

ONE THOUSAND GIFTS - Faithful Friends Women's Group

Wednesdays at 6:00 pm, biweekly | In-person, Fellowship Hall

We will do the workbook study "One Thousand Gifts" by Ann Voskamp. How do we find joy in the midst of the life you already have? What if you discovered that the life you already have — is really life you’ve always wanted?

  • there was a way of seeing that opens your eyes to ordinary amazing grace,

  • a way of living that is fully alive,

  • and a way of becoming present to God that brings you deep and lasting joy?

What if joy is always, always, always possible, right where you are? What if you discovered that the life you already have — is really life you’ve always wanted? Dare you to live fully. Dare you to joy!


Thursdays at 9:30 am | Online

Sometimes hope becomes so real that it's almost tangible. But at other times--especially when tragedy or hardship intrudes--you wonder whether your hope will fail, leaving you exposed, vulnerable and overwhelmed. This eight-session LifeGuide® Bible Study, Jack Kuhatschek leads you to explore both sides of hope. You'll confront doubts and fears, and you'll anticipate the great joy that awaits you in Jesus Christ.


Thursdays at 9:30 am | In-person, Shepherd's Room

Sure, we find joy in our triumphs, but not so much in the trials. Yet real joy, genuine joy, is always ours in the saving grace of Christ Jesus. This women's Bible study on the Book of Philippians, the "letter of joy," unpacks messages of contentment, confidence, humility, and hope - all found in Christ and infused with joy - in the mountaintop moments and in the mundane.


Every other Thursday at 6:00 pm | In-person

Men of all ages are invited to get together to grab food/beer and focus on getting to know each other and grow together as men! Give "pray and praise" meaning. What can we be praying for and what can we celebrate with you? We are interested in really getting to know each other to create that authentic community with each other here at King of Kings. 

Our activities include going to Red Horn, Top Golf, Rosa's Mexican, hosting a Super Bowl party (February 18), and going on a men's retreat to Camp Lone Star (March 4-6).


Tuesdays at 7:00 pm | Online

We will study the book by Becky Thompson. The group is open to all women since the advise in the book applies to all women in any stage of your life who might be struggling with anxiety, not just mommas.