Every time we enter the presence of God we worship. There are many expressions of worship including: singing, commitment, praying, hearing the word of God, giving, baptism, meditating, and the celebration of the Lord's Supper. (Matthew 4:10, John 4:23-24)
Community Outreach Program (Evangelism)
The communication of God's word to a lost world is evangelism. The Bible declares that God is not willing for anyone to perish and that God's desire is for His people to come back to him. The Bible places the responsibility of evangelism on the church. "His intent was that through the church, the manifold wisdom of God should be made known." (Ephesians 3:10, II Peter 3:9)
Pastoral Care Counseling (Ministry)
The hands-on demonstration of Christianity to one another and to the community we serve is ministry. God has put a high priority on ministry. The Bible says, "By this shall all men know that you are my disciples-that you have love for one another." (John 13:35)
To teach God's people in His word is discipleship. Discipleship brings about fulfillment and maturity in the church. "Let us leave the elementary teachings about Christ and go on to maturity.” (Hebrews 6:1)
The first thing the early church did when they assembled was pray together. Prayer is the fuel that drives the ambitious priorities of the church and the spiritual power that changes the world. Christ demonstrated the power of prayer by making it a priority of His earthly ministry. If the Church is going to be effective, it must pray. (Acts 1:14, John 17, I Peter 5:7). In order the effectively push this agenda and commission, the Ministry of Prayer.
Church in the House
Church in the House is our cell structure in King’s Court Church.
1. The CHURCH IN THE HOUSE concept does uphold many key biblical principles. It takes the Great Commission seriously, and urges us to take it up with a sense of urgency.
2. It sees the church as a great reservoir of untapped strength. In particular, it wants to mobilize the laity to impact the world. It sees the layman as a potential minister, thus freeing the church from over-dependence on and over-taxing her scarce pool of clergy. It sees every member in Christ’s Body as significant. It is an inclusive and a can-do concept.
3. It sees the church as capable of cohesive and meaningful community life. It encourages ordinary members to take the initiative to connect with and care for one another. It stresses that being community imbued with spiritual vitality and fruitfulness is the true form of the church.
4. It rewards the otherwise passive and stagnant believer in the pew with a sense of participation and purpose. It emphases that church life is not just up-front show, but real-life, widespread witness, down to the grass-root level. It caters well for those who have the need for highly organized activity and the hand of strong leadership over them.
CHURCH IN THE HOUSE SCHEDULE
1. Cells meet every Tuesday in the week at 19h00
2. Cell meetings are confined to work in the space of an hour i.e. 19h00 to 20h00
3. All cells converge and meet together every last Tuesday of the month. In other words, it is a combined cell meeting to be held in the church hall or as announced.
LOCATION OF CHURCH IN THE HOUSE
1. The church in the House runs from different locations. Please contact email@example.com for the cell closest to you.
TRAINING AND ALLOCATION
1. There will be quarterly training for aspiring cell leaders.
2. Trained cell leaders will wait for such a time as to when a cell divides to take up leadership
3. Trained cell leaders can also be allocated to a newly formed cell
4. Trained leaders are also allowed to start a cell
Our women’s ministry has created a platform for connecting and discipline the women of our local congregation.
The King’s Court Church Men’s ministry engages men with Jesus Christ to take their stand/position to live to honour Him.
King’s Court Youth is a fun and vibrant group that is on a journey of discovering more about self, God and the world in which they live.
Our children’s ministry teaches children about the important part they play in God’s Kingdom through age-appropriate activities and lessons.