Fellowship is at the heart of Church life and we want to facilitate and encourage relationships to grow by meeting together outside of our Sunday services. The Introductory Moravian Group, Connect Groups and Family Nights are the life-blood of the church and we would warmly recommend that you consider becoming a member of the family so that you can enjoy this rich fellowship and get involved.
The 'Intro' Group
Newer members of our church family meet at a mid-week Introductory Group hosted by Pip Earl and others from the core leadership team. Over a course of 16 once-weekly meetings at the Moravian Chapel, newcomers are able to enjoy wonderful worship, times of giving testimony, praying for one another, and an opportunity to hear the vision for King’s Gate London. The course provides an invaluable introduction to the fivefold vision of the church, as well as an opportunity to drink in the wonderful atmosphere of worship in the chapel. If you are a member of King’s Gate and you haven’t yet been to the Intro group please speak to Pip – we would love to welcome you along!
Connect Groups are at the very heart of our fellowship structure in King’s Gate and, alongside our Sunday services, they are key for building meaningful relationships within the family. There are several Connect Groups meeting across London at different times and places, usually made up of between four and eight people. Each group typically meets for around 1/1.5 hours to enable people to have weekly fellowship in the midst of their busy city lives. If you are a member of King’s Gate, have started or completed the Moravian Intro group, and are not in a Connect Group, we would love to encourage you to join one. They are a wonderful way to get to know people and to form mutual relationships of love and support. We don’t want anyone to miss out on the fellowship they offer! Connect Groups are overseen by Pip Earl so please contact him or Joan if you would like to join one.
Every few months all the family members are invited to meet together for a family time of food, worship, prayer, encouragement and fellowship. This gives everyone the opportunity to meet new people outside of their Connect Group and is a place where we can share a meal, learn and grow together. If you are a member of King’s Gate London you will receive an email notifying you of the next Family Night date and venue.
Every so often we run gatherings for women so we can support and encourage one another, form deeper relationships and strengthen each other through prayer. Members will be notified of these events via email.
The men of King’s Gate London meet occassionally for prayer, worship, fellowship and food. The aim is to look out for one another, to deepen friendships and to help release one another into our destinies.
We meet regularly to pray, seeking God’s face and partnering with Him to extend His Kingdom reign of love throughout the nations. We are privileged to meet in the Moravian Chapel, which itself has a powerful heritage in the Spirit (the Moravians were an incredible part of the history of “24/7 Prayer”, a movement which is sweeping across the Church today). The family members of the church meet here every Wednesday as we come together to intercede and pray and stand in the gap for our families and the Nation/s.
" WE ARE NOT SIMPLY TO BANDAGE THE WOUNDS OF VICTIMS BENEATH THE WHEELS OF INJUSTICE, WE ARE TO DRIVE A SPOKE INTO THE WHEEL ITSELF" Bonhoeffer
In addition to the teaching provided during our Sunday services, we occasionally run additional teaching series at other times when there are specific things we want to share. King’s Gate family members will receive email notifications about these events.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the King’s Gate family, please email Joan Keen on email@example.com for more information.
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