King’s Kids is led by Claire, Ben and our brilliant team of leaders. We have fun, make friends and meet with Jesus. Here’s five things that are BIG for us:
- Fun: We have a lot of laughs in King’s Kids!
- Friends: We make friends + look after each other
- God: We meet with Him through the Holy Spirit
- Love: We want children to know how precious they are
- Gifts: We love to explore the things we’ve been given
King’s Kids children are in five age groups. This helps us grow in the right place:
- Crèche: 0-3 years
- Sparklers: Age 3+ to Reception
- Shooting Stars: School years 1 and 2
- Rockets: School years 3 and 4
- Xplosion: School years 5 and 6
Sing-along every day, and to be in the groove for Sundays.
This is when we get together as King’s Kids to sing our hearts-out and our heads-off to our lovely, lovely Father in heaven.
King’s Kids Team
Thinking of joining in? Email firstname.lastname@example.org to ask about a Taster Session. This’ll let you see if this is the place for you. King’s Kids is a great place to have fun, make friends and meet Jesus. Our team are ordinary people who wannabe changed by Jesus, growing for God and changing the world.
Our BIG Word for Spring
Jesus spoke all these things to the crowd using stories.
He did not say anything to them without telling a story.
So the words spoken by the prophet came true.
He had said, “I will open my mouth and tell stories. I will speak about things that were hidden since the world was made.”
Where in the Bible do I find this?
Our Spring Term.
It’s all about stories Jesus told.
After his baptism and time alone in the Wilderness, Jesus started telling stories. True stories. Stories with a meaning, called Parables. We all love stories. We hear stories all the time in books, on the news, in magazines, on YouTube and by chatting with each other at home, in the playground and at church.
Stories are a BIG way we make sense of the world, our place in the world, and how we can get along with other people. So, it’s no surprise that Jesus told crowds of people about the kingdom of God by telling stories.
The whole of the Bible is the story of God. Through all it’s 66 books it tells stories of how God gets along with people, and how they get along with Him.
Have any questions? Contact King’s Kids and a member of the team will get back to you!