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For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I among them.
— Matthew 18:20

Adult Social Groups

Adult social groups provide a welcoming atmosphere for fellowship and a unique opportunity for people to connect and grow their faith with others. Everyone is welcome to an upcoming meeting — make new friends, drink good coffee, and be a part of this special community here at King of Kings. To learn more about the Adult Social Groups at King of Kings and how to get involved, contact Patty Bishop.

The 50+ Group started in 1996 as a social organization for singles and couples. King of Kings members and friends over the age of 50 are all invited to take part in our weekly and monthly activities! Each month, the group plans a social outing or event around the community and also gathers weekly for coffee and baked goods to catch up and “conduct business”.

When: Every Friday morning at 9 a.m.
Where: Holy Grounds Café
Who: Members and friends of King of Kings who are over the age of 50

Contact
To learn more about the 50+ Group, contact Kathy Britz at gkb@comcast.net.

A very active group of retired men who enjoy socializing, serving, and learning together. The group’s monthly meetings include breakfast, devotions, and an educational and inspirational guest speaker or tour of a local establishment. The men also stay active by taking on various projects around the church and the community as the need arises.

When: 2nd Tuesday of every month at 8 a.m.
Where: Holy Grounds Cafe
Who: Retired men looking to learn and grow with others

Contact
For more information about the Retired Men’s Group, contact:
Richard Boyer at rbboyer66@gmail.com
Galen Britz at gnkbritz@comcast.net
Keith Weber at keithpweber@gmail.com

King’s Sisters brings together retired and semi-retired women for the purpose of fellowship and education. Along with monthly meetings at King of Kings that includes lunch and a program, the group also take part in events around the community such as art gallery tours and outings to local restaurants and attractions.

When: Second Tuesday of each month
Where: The Holy Grounds Cafe
Who: Retired & semi-retired women looking to socialize and grow spiritually.

Contact
For more information about how to get involved with the King’s Sisters, contact:
Ruth Kosek at rlk_43@yahoo.com or (651) 739-6962
Jan Olson at jkolson@comcast.net or (651) 739-2924
Joanne Lillo at jespelillo@aol.com or (651) 735-2955

This is the perfect group for active adults interested in taking part in fun activities and fellowship around the community. Approximately once a month, the King’s Sociables come together for an exciting outing or event. Past trips have included museum trips and wine tastings. Whether you’re married, single, or looking to make new friends, everyone is welcome to join in the fun!

Contact:
For more information about the King’s Sociables, contact
Nancy Nelson  nancyfnelson@gmail.com
Mary Beth Johnson  elanderms@comcast.net
Rose Swenson  roseswenson2@hotmail.com

King’s Table is a great fellowship opportunity to share a meal and meet new people in the congregation. Here’s how it works: three couples or singles are grouped together to have three meals together within a 6-month period of time. Each person/couple takes a turn hosting. The host supplies the place and main course and invites another two people of their choice. The people who are not hosting bring a side dish, salad or dessert. A “gourmet” meal is not expected. Try a dinner, brunch, lunch, cook out, or even build your own pizza. Anything your group wants to try. Keep it simple and fun!
The Fall/Winter Session (October 2018 –March 2019) is now active. We will have another registration in March 2019 for the Spring/Summer session.
Contact: Janet Meyer at 651-207-5173 or jom54481@yahoo.com; Sue Oberg at sue.oberg@kingofkingswoodbury.org
NEW! This is for people with young kids that are interested in Kings Table but want to involve their kids. Two or three families will be grouped together with consideration for children that are about the same age. Each family will take turns hosting a meal at their home and be responsible for the main course and inviting another family of their choice. The other families will bring a side dish, dessert or salad. You can do whatever you like—make it a game night, or have the kids play while the adults enjoy conversation. You can order pizza, just have appetizers, or do a BBQ. Keep it simple and fun!
The Fall/Winter Session (Oct.18–March 19) is now active.
Contact: Christie and Daniel Lentz at christie.lentz@gmail.com; Sue Oberg at sue.oberg@kingofkingswoodbury.org

Connect With Us

Please call or email if you have questions, concerns or would like more details!

Patty Bishop
651.738.3110

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