Brickwork completed July 6th! The old sign is still present, but will be gone after the new signs arrive, hopefully, later this month.
It has begun……………..the brickwork for our new sign began on June 21st. You can tell by looking at these pictures that a new one was badly needed.
June 9th was a busy day for our sole Confirmand and his parents. God bless you on this important day of your life.
On June 2nd, King of Kings celebrated the high school graduation of six teens. Good luck in the future!
A trunk load of hams and a truck load of food for the Easter Food Baskets that will go to those who are hungry. May God bless all those who receive these food items.
April 7th was the date of our Easter Party/Egg Hunt for the Sunday School kids. Looks like lots of fun!
Sunday School is busy every Sunday teaching our children in different fun ways about Jesus.
The Sunday School Pageant was held on December 23rd. It is always very enjoyable and full of surprises. This year, a little birdie told us that the dress rehearsal was chaotic and worrisome but, of course, that means a terrific performance!! Which it was. Praise be to God!
Our annual Living Nativity was held on December 9th. Everyone enjoyed the pageant, soup, chili, desserts and fellowship.
Our 12th annual Thanksgiving Dinner on November 22nd was another big one, over 100 guests! Not only were we all thankful, but also filled with plenty of food and blessings.
On November 20th, the Ladies Group hosted a Cricut, Coasters & Cards Craft Event. Much concentration AND much fun!
The parent/child playgroup held their Halloween Costume Party on October 27th. What a colorful group!
October was the month King of Kings introduced another Little Free Library to the community. Stop watching the condensed version on TV and read the original source!
A new teaching moment was held on September 27th when Shari Murray taught us Flower Arranging. We were a small group but did a magnificent job of making flowers come together in beautiful bouquets!
September 9th was National “God’s Work, Our Hands”, an opportunity to celebrate who we are as the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America – one church, freed in Christ to serve and love our neighbor. Service activities offer an opportunity for us to explore all of life in Jesus Christ – every act of service, in every daily calling, in every corner of life – flows freely from a living, daring confidence in God’s grace.
On August 5th, two more families joined King of Kings. Of course, we enjoyed fellowship and refreshments following!
The Sunday School children’s garden includes a variety of vegetables and fruits, AND bunnies!
On July 8th, King of Kings welcomed two new families to our congregation and said goodbye to another. Afterwards, we enjoyed a reception in their honor.
The Senior High Group and advisors headed for Houston, Texas, on June 27th for the ELCA Youth Gathering “This Changes Everything.”