Connect with God. Connect with Each Other.
We invite you to get connected to the life of the church.
We believe that to grow and mature together we are connected in each of these areas.
We worship with our whole lives. Sunday morning is our corporate expression of worship where we gather to celebrate all God is doing in us and through us as the body of Christ.
We gather each Sunday at 9:30 am (online or in-person) or 11:15 am (in-person only). Youth and Adults are in the full service, Tweens are dismissed for their own class after the music portion, and Kids up to Grade 3 can be checked into their class before service begins.
We don't want to just learn, we want to explore! Exploring asks questions and leaves room for wonder—and it is always more fun when we do it together. Join one of our groups to explore faith and life, build community, have deeper discipleship, be equipped for life, and find freedom from your past.
Serving together is a great way to mature as a follower of Jesus and connect with each other. Everyone is equipped and gifted by the Holy Spirit to be an integral part of the church. Discover your God-given gifts and find out where you fit!
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I've got Questions
Got questions? Alpha is a great place to start. Learn about Jesus, faith, and what it all means in a small group where you can connect and explore together.
Becoming a Follower of Christ
The word “Christian” literally means, “belonging to the party of Christ” or a “follower of Christ.”
Unfortunately over time, the word “Christian” has lost a great deal of its significance and is often used of someone who is religious or has high moral values but who may or may not be a true follower of Jesus Christ. Many people who do not believe and trust in Jesus Christ consider themselves Christians simply because they go to church or they live in a “Christian” nation. But going to church, serving those less fortunate than you, or being a good person does not make you a Christian. Going to church does not make you a Christian any more than going to a garage makes you an automobile. Being a member of a church, attending services regularly, and giving to the work of the church does not make you a Christian.
The Bible teaches that the good works we do cannot make us acceptable to God. Titus 3:5 says, “He saved us, not because of the righteous things we had done, but because of his mercy. He washed away our sins, giving us a new birth and new life through the Holy Spirit.” So, a Christian is someone who has been born again by God (John 3:3; John 3:7; 1 Peter 1:23) and has put faith and trust in Jesus Christ. Ephesians 2:8 tells us that “…God saved you by his grace when you believed. And you can’t take credit for this; it is a gift from God.”
A true Christian is a person who has put faith and trust in the person and work of Jesus Christ, including His death on the cross as payment for sins and His resurrection on the third day. John 1:12 tells us, “To all who believed him and accepted him, he gave the right to become children of God.” The mark of a true Christian is love for others and obedience to God’s Word (1 John 2:4, 10). A true Christian is indeed a child of God, a part of God’s true family, and one who has been given new life in Jesus Christ.
Have you made a decision for Christ because of what you have read here? If so, we’d love to celebrate with you and find out how we can continue to pray for you.
Have you decided to become a follower of Jesus Christ? Water Baptism is a public declaration of this commitment.
Water baptism is an important part of becoming a disciple of Jesus. It is a public declaration of an inward reality. Water baptism is an act that publicly declares that you have accepted Jesus as your personal Lord and Saviour and are committing your life to his teachings and guidance.
A blessing and declaration of faithful, Christian parental commitment.
Dedicating our children to the Lord is an act each parent takes to acknowledge that our children are a gift from the Lord and parenting is a responsibility that is in partnership with Him. It is not the same as water baptism—when a child is able to make their own decision to follow Christ, they can then take that step of obedience and be water baptized.
Becoming a partner of Kingsview is a deeper level of commitment to this church community. It allows you to vote during our annual business meeting and is a necessary requirement to have your name stand during board member elections.
Our greatest passion is to see disciples of Jesus inviting others to be disciples of Jesus! If you are interested in being an explore group facilitator/helper, or team lead of a serve team, click the button below.