We offer in-person Worship as well as online options! Services will be broadcast during our Worship hours on our website, on Facebook, or through the Boxcast app on Roku, Amazon Firestick, and Apple TV devices! We look forward to worshiping with you!
9:30 a.m. (traditional)
10:45 a.m. (contemporary)
The rebroadcast of these services will be available for viewing immediately after the live broadcast, and on Facebook any time.
The Worship Band leads our 10:45 a.m. Sunday service. The team leads worship with a variety of contemporary Christian songs and modern hymn arrangements. Rehearsals are on Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. We’re always looking for new talent! Instrumentalists and vocalists are added to the team by audition. If you would like to share your talent, contact Chris Vorrie.
All the King’s Men is a male choir that sings special music approximately once a month at the traditional worship services on Sunday mornings (9:30 a.m.). If you’re interested in singing with All the King’s Men, join the group during practice on Wednesday evenings from 8:15-9:00 p.m. in the sanctuary. For more information contact Chris Vorrie.
The King’s Choir performs special music approximately once a month during the traditional worship services on Sunday mornings (9:30 a.m.). This choir is open to all singers ages high school and up. Interested in joining the King’s Choir? Come to practice on Wednesday evenings from 7:00-8:15 p.m. in the Sanctuary. For more information, contact Jim Lindstrom.
The Jesus Jammers music group is an excellent way for children to share Christ’s love in a fun, energetic, and musical way. The group sings approximately once a month at both Sunday services and rehearses on Wednesday evenings from 5:00-6:00 p.m. during the school year. Click here to register or contact Aimee Pettey for more information about the Jesus Jammers.
This group participates in worship about once a month and plays a variety of music arrangements. No experience is required. All you need is a joy for music in worship! For more information about joining The JuBELLation Ringers, contact Jim Lindstrom.
The King’s Heralds Brass Ensemble plays brass quartet and quintet arrangements of a variety of styles. This group also leads congregational hymns with the organ about once a month at our traditional services. The group rehearses on Sundays from Noon-1:00 p.m. New musicians are always welcome! For more information about joining the Brass Ensemble, contact Jim Lindstrom.
Over 100 volunteers dedicate hours of their time to make worship possible each week. Through sharing their specific gifts and talents, these generous individuals come together to make King of Kings a great church. Learn more about the teams that support King of Kings below:
Production & Tech
The production and tech team makes everything you see and hear at worship possible. They manage the audio, visual, and lighting aspects at all of our worship services and other special events. They create a great worship experience by running the sound board, operating the slides, playing videos, adjusting the lighting within the sanctuary and so much more!
Interested in joining our Production & Tech team? Contact Chris Vorrie.
The Hospitality Ministry greeters are the first faces people see when entering King of Kings, and they make sure you feel at home the moment you walk through the doors. This team arrives early every week in order to greet everyone with a friendly word and smile and are happy to answer questions or provide resources to help visitors become familiar with our church. Ushers hand out communion kits and invite and welcome people into our sanctuary and provide seating assistance, when needed.
To learn more about the Hospitality Ministry, contact Chris Vorrie.
Deliver weekly scripture and other relevant readings from the pulpit during all services. In doing this they give the Word a new voice to compliment the pastor’s sermon.
To learn more about the Readers, contact Chris Vorrie.
Hand out service programs before worship, provide seating assistance, distribute offering baskets, and clean the sanctuary following worship.
To learn more about the Ushers, contact Chris Vorrie.
Aid in the distribution of communion during worship services. Working in pairs, communion assistants offer bread wafers and wine with a blessing to worshippers.
To learn more about the Communion Assitants, contact Chris Vorrie.
The Bible is the rock on which the Christian faith is built. We encourage you to strengthen and deepen your faith by spending 15 minutes a day reading and studying the Word. Use these daily verses to kickstart your bible study, grow your faith, and better understand God’s presence in your life.