Church Life, at the Kings Church, Selby
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You will receive a warm welcome when you visit our meetings, which start at 10.30 each Sunday. We sing songs - modern and ancient - led by our musicians. The talk will be Bible-based, and relevant to 21st century life. Check out our 'Preaches' page to find out more.
We have a few different groups that take place on a Tuesday evening, usually starting at 19.30. These take place in various people's homes and we believe they are a vital part of the unity and life of our church. A Thursday group also meets at church for people who find Tuesday evenings are inconvenient. Please speak to Dave or Ange if you aren't already part of a cell group and would like to join one. You would be most welcome!
Youth and Kids Work
We value our young people and love having them at the heart of our church. Young people in year six and above meet together fortnightly during the service, whereas creche and younger school-aged children meet every week. All our children's workers are passionate about the youth of the church, and all have undergone safeguarding checks.
Prayer is a very important part of church life at KCS; we meet at least once a month as a church and have various weekly meetings in small groups and also with two or three meeting together. We have seen many amazing things as an answer to prayer.
At 9.30am every Sunday morning we meet for prayer before the service.
Prayer meetings are usually at 6pm on the last Sunday of each month.
We host a weekly café on a Wednesday mornings at church from 10-12, gathering people from church and community along with people calling in to take a break from shopping. People of all ages gather for good tea, coffee and good company.
This is also the local Foodbank collection point. All donations are most welcome.
Our next Alpha starts in January 2017! Visit uk.alpha.org to find out more about Alpha.
We will start with an introductory evening on January 27th at 7.30pm (including a free buffet meal!) and would love for you to join us. Please contact us by phone or email if you would like to chat to someone before coming along. Invite family, friends and neighbours - the more the merrier! We hope to see you there.
Parish Nursing is all about supporting people and communities towards whole person healthcare. Parish nurses work with people of all ages and backgrounds, those with any faith or none.
Our Parish Nursing is available every Wednesday morning from 9-12. What can we do for you? We can be a listening ear, check weights, blood pressures, urinalysis. We can signpost appropriate support, visit you at home if you're unable to come down or have been recently discharged from hospital. We can discuss medication, health education, attend GP or hospital appointments with you for support, visit you in hospital and pray with you. No appointment is necessary at present - just walk in!
REFLECT is a charity already established in both York and Harrogate. Their aim is to support women and men who are facing pregnancy-related problems. This includes unplanned pregnancy, post-abortion, adoption, miscarriage and stillbirth.
REFLECT offers impartial advice, information and support regarding pregnancy choices and pregnancy loss. This is motivated by Christian compassion and a desire to support you through your difficult time. To find out more, please phone 01904 676710
We run a 'Little Rascals' toddler group on Fridays from 9am-11.30am during term time. There may be a waiting list, so please contact us to find out more. We would love to see you there!
"There I was: 25, happily married, gorgeous home and a beautiful baby boy! What more could there be to life? Well I was terribly lonely, exhausted and on the verge of depression when a lady with a baby the same age invited me for coffee. She had the same baby ‘troubles’ as me but something kept her smiling and full of peace. Then she asked me (somewhere between "Here is your coffee" and "Would you like a biscuit?”), "Do you know Jesus?” My life’s journey had begun; when will yours start? - Sonia"
""Why aren't you a Christian?" The question cut through our conversation. At college I'd just found out that my best friend was a Christian and was enjoying winding him up in front of the group. "Why are you a Christian?" I mockingly asked. Then that question came from a girl at the back of the class. I realised I didn't have a sensible answer as it was something I had never considered. If my friend thought it important, shouldn't I at least look at it and decide if there was something true about it? - Ralph"
"Unloved, a nobody - that's how I felt. God knocked on my door. Eventually I let him in. Now I know I'm loved for just who I am. Now I'm somebody. I'm special to God and He is special to me. It's so lovely to be loved unconditionally. -Mary, aged 57"
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