Frequently Asked Questions
Who comes to Kings Hill Christian Fellowship?
Before moving online in March, we usually had around 50 men, women and children coming on Sunday mornings. Now on Zoom we have slightly fewer participants, but they are of all ages and backgrounds, reflecting Kings Hill and the surrounding areas.
What happens in Sunday services?
We distribute a YouTube playlist each week of songs from our worship list which we encourage people to use in their homes for personal or family worship before the start of the service. This playlist can be accessed here. We then join together on Zoom for prayer from 10.40am followed by a time of sharing, teaching and worship at 11.00am. We are normally finished by about 11.45am. If you would like to access this meeting, contact our Church Secretary through this link.
How often do you have communion?
We have communion where we take bread and wine (non-alcoholic) once a month, normally on the second Sunday of the month. This is open for all who are Christians to join in. We ask parents/guardians to take responsibility for their children, whether allowing them to take communion or not. At the moment on Zoom, we ask you to come prepared with bread and wine, which we then take together during the service.
What does everyone wear?
There is no set dress code. Come in whatever you feel comfortable.
Will I be asked for money?
Before moving online, we took up an offering every week. This is primarily for those committed to the church to be able to give to the ongoing work of the church. If you would like to make a contribution, please use the online facility on this website here.
Will I be asked to do anything?
If you are visiting you will not be singled out. There may be times when we look for some participation of the congregation, but you are free to opt out of anything you are not comfortable with.
Are there provisions for the hard of hearing or partially sighted?
Unfortunately because we use a community hall with no built-in sound system, there is no loop system in place. The words to all songs, together with the bible reading, are projected onto a large screen at the front of the hall.