Project Description

Fall Worship and Programming

Please click on our Overview of Fall With King of Kings to learn more about worship and education during September-December.

Reopening & In-Person Worship

Click here for our multi-phased Reopening Plan that will gradually get us up to full operations at our facility while allowing us to accommodate needed changes or additional state stay-at-home orders, restrictions, and/or recommendations identified.
We offer an in-person worship opportunity once a month for those who prefer to worship in church.

Click here to register for In-Person Worship on October 11
This service will be held on the 2nd Sunday of every month at 9:30 a.m. in the Sanctuary. We will have services on October 11th, November 8th, and December 13th. You can expect a devotional-type message, Holy Communion, prayer, and a time of music.

In order to comply with social distancing and current MN Department of Health & CDC guidelines, we are required to register everyone who attends worship. We are currently able to have 120 people per service. Masks are required. There will be no Congregational singing at this time. We will continue preparing our worship space with our existing cleaning protocols prior to these services so that you can come and worship knowing it will be clean and safe.

NOTE: Please select the number of people that will be attending worship when registering for your service choice.

Office hours are from 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Monday–Friday. During this time of limited office hours we would like to encourage scheduled appointments. As you enter the facility, new safety signage will be visible to promote physical distancing.

Do not worry about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God.  —Philippians 4:6

General Information

While the Coronavirus pandemic has called our church leaders to adapt and imagine church in different ways, our purpose and mission to “Feed Physical Hunger, Spiritual Hunger and the Hunger to be in Community” has not changed.

Consider gathering your family at normal worship times to worship and study together as if you were here. Don’t allow the on-site restrictions to impact the discipleship of you and your family. Please see our broadcast times to the right, or go to our Worship page to learn about more ways to watch.
One of the quickest and easiest ways to give at King of Kings is through online giving. And since we aren’t able to meet on-site, online giving becomes essential during this time. If you haven’t done so already, donate through PayPal by clicking on the DONATE NOW button at the bottom of the page, sign up for Simply Giving, or mail your check to the church.
As a community of faith we want to continue to care and support you during this time of social distancing. Please know that we are praying for all of you. If you have a private prayer that you do not want shared with our prayer chain please use the online care request form which will come directly to Sue Oberg and be shared only with Pastor Jon. This form can also be used to share an upcoming surgery or other needs you may have. Please remember that even though we aren’t physically together, we are united by one Spirit.

Our Congregational Care Team and other volunteers have been helping make calls to our congregation members over these last few months to check in and see how they are doing during this difficult time. We have made almost 800 calls.

Please know that we will continue to reach out to check on people in our congregation—and if you would benefit from a care call, please notify Sue Oberg or call her office at 651-289-8032 and leave a message and someone will get back to you. We want you to know that we care about you, we are praying for you, and would love to connect with you.

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Midweek E-Newsletter
Get the Mid-Week E-Newsletter (often referred to as the Wednesday blast) to stay informed on what’s happening at church. Sign up on our website or send your full name and email address to Jane Halbert.

Resources for the Entire Family

Spending time with God in prayer is an important part of our daily faith life. We encourage you to share your joys and celebrations, griefs and struggles to be lifted up in prayer by our prayer ministers. Our prayer ministers desire to bring you closer to Christ through praying, teaching, and providing prayer opportunities for others. All prayer requests will remain confidential. Please email your requests to
We’re thrilled to offer this resource to you! We want everyone to have the opportunity to develop a deeper relationship with God and with other people! It’s like the “Netflix of Video Bible Studies and Conferences” and has a HUGE library of faith-based Bible studies, training and leadership videos that you can access whenever and wherever you want–on your phone, iPad, computer, or at home on your TV. There’s everything from Veggie Tales for the kids to videos for teens, adults, couples and parents. This is OUR gift to you!

How do I get this amazing resource?
Simply text the keyword: RIGHTNOW KOKLC to 41411 and you will instantly get registered
to our RightNow Media account. If you have questions, please email Sue Oberg.

Family Prayer Walk / Scavenger Hunt
Prayer is something we all should be doing a lot these days! We certainly don’t lack in the things we can pray about. For the National Day of Prayer in May, we encouraged people to do a prayer walk around their neighborhood.  Even if you didn’t get to do it that day—pick another beautiful day to get out and walk/ride or drive around to pray for our neighborhood, city, country and the world! This fun guide is here to help you think of things to pray about and it is a fun thing to do with the kids! Get out and pray and have fun!

Small Groups & Bible Studies

Adult small groups are being offered in person, online or a combination of both this fall. Registrations clearly state your options. As many of our small groups establish their schedules and means of meeting, we will promote in the blast, on our website, and in upcoming newsletters! Be sure to watch your communications from church. If you have questions about a group, please contact Sue Oberg.

For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat…’ —Matthew 25:35


King of Kings continues to do ministry by caring for those in need. If you have questions about local missions, please email Susan Klosterman-Finke. We highlight opportunities on our home page. These are all following CDC guidelines. If you have questions about global missions, please email Elizabeth Hendrickson.

Please continue to pray for our partners in Honduras! They are under a quarantine order so everyone is to remain at home and only go out for necessities. The medical system is stressed and the coronavirus is continuing to spread throughout the country.

Linaje Escogido Church worships in two communities in Honduras, and they are posting their church services on their Facebook page, so check them out and join their worship! This is a wonderful opportunity to be the Global Church!

St. Margaret’s Academy resumed classes at the end of June, after a 3 month hiatus due to the coronavirus. Please keep the students and staff in your prayers as they return to school. The coronavirus remains a concern in their community, so please pray for everyone’s health and safety during their challenging times.

Dodoma Christian Medical Center is a new benevolence partner this year. DCMC is a 50-bed hospital in Central Tanzania that serves more than 100,000 patients each year. Click here to read the latest newsletter with updates from DCMC.

Click here to read the June Newsletter from Dr. Mark and Linda Jacobson!

Worship With Us Online

Livestreams of our Worship services are available on our website and Facebook.
Saturdays 4:30 p.m. Cont
Sundays 8:15 & 9:30 a.m. Trad
Sundays 10:45 a.m. Cont
Click here for details on worshiping online

Worship With Us In Person

Second Sunday of the month 9:30 a.m.
Click here for details and to register for In-Person Worship

Thank you for generously giving to God’s work!