At the King’s Fellowship worship is central to life and keeping God at the heart of all we do. Whilst we believe that we must each individually be offering our lives (eg attitudes, actions, thoughts, time, words….) as worship on a daily basis, it is vital to our growth and encouragement to come together regularly as a whole family to worship God and give him thanks, adoration, and enjoy His presence. More on ‘God’s desire for us to worship’.
At King’s we choose to do this on a Sunday morning using music, songs, dance, and multimedia amongst other things. We use these particular expressions of worship when we meet because they enable everyone to be able to participate corporately. What does the Bible say about the way we should worship?
Because at the heart of the King’s Fellowship are our children and young people we are very tolerant of their presence and participation in our Sunday meetings…. In fact we believe that most of us adults can learn a lot about being in God’s presence by observing our children worshipping!
Whilst worship is not limited to the creative arts, at the King’s Fellowship we value the gifts and abilities given to our dancers, artists, musicians etc, and believe that what God has given them is for the encouragement, inspiration and leadership of those around them.
You can find out more here about the Worship Teams that serve the King’s Fellowship family on a weekly basis at our Sunday meetings and at other times.