Kings Hill Christian Fellowship

To know Jesus Christ and to make him known

Making Disciples

Equipping people to make disciples in Kings Hill, the surrounding area and all nations

For us at Kings Hill Christian Fellowship, we can say that God has transformed our lives, giving us purpose for today and a wonderful hope for the future. It is logical that we should want to share this wonderful news with others, encouraging them to become followers, or disciples, of Jesus too. This also matches Jesus' call to all Christians to 'go and make disciples of all nations' in the gospel of Matthew 28:19.

As well as encouraging and equipping our church family to live for Jesus in their homes, neighbourhoods and work places, we also run a very popular annual Dads & Lads camping weekend. We also join together with St. Gabriels Church of England on Kings Hill to lead our Remembrance Sunday service and an annual Carols by the Christmas Tree in the centre of Kings Hill.

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Simply Christianity: is a 5-week course looking at the gospel of Luke and aiming to answer some fundamental questions about Christianity. For more information, contact Matt Ross.



Mentoring: we encourage our members to engage in a relaxed mentoring programme within the church. This helps us to remain accountable to one another in our spiritual journeys.

Linking with others:            
As a church we are part of Churches Together in Malling. We are also a member of the South Eastern Baptist Association and the Evangelical Alliance.

CTiM SEBA Evangelical Alliance 

Baptism: This is part of the journey of discipleship. In January we celebrated this significant event in the lives of four of our church family.


Mission further afield:
Whilst individuals within the church support many different foreign missions, corporately we have committed to giving 4% of our annual income to Starfish Malawi. Click on the link to find out more. 

Starfish Malawi

 

Starfish Malawi


Watch a short Youtube video of our trip to Malawi in March 2015

 

 We are also committed in support to Sunday Active - a new mission initiative in the fast developing Ebbsfleet garden city. Find out more on their Facebook page: Sunday Active