Blue Christmas Service 2017

Here is an Invitation … for you.

Ever notice how happy people seem to be around Christmas time? Everyone seems to be smiling, rushing around shopping for presents, attending parties, and looking forward to the various events of the season.

But what about those of us who aren’t quite feeling it? And what about those of us who are downright blue during the holidays? Sometimes there’s a reason – the loss of a loved one, or other memories we’d really rather not remember, and sometimes, it’s just what’s going on in the world around us, that beats us down and causes us not to enjoy the things we used to enjoy – like celebrating Christmas.

Where is our hope? Can we be honest without bringing everybody else down? Is it okay to feel this way? Is it normal!?

Ever ask those questions? If so, you might want to attend a special service:

A Blue Christmas – A Service of Hope (For Those Who are Grieving)
Wednesday, December 20th
6:30 pm

Come and share an honest look at the Hope of Christmas…

Come…
Celebrate in a new way.

Come…
And be comforted

Happy Thanksgiving 2017

We at King’s Grant pray you will have a safe and blessed Thanksgiving weekend! Count your many blessings. 

Remember that the office is closed from Wednesday at noon through Friday this week.

Please remember your assignments for Sunday – teachers, preschool volunteers, musicians, sound board guys… you know who you are. Our worship services don’t happen without our committed leaders.

Missions Giving Catalog for 2017

For more information about the organizations featured in our Missions Giving Catalog, please click the links below:

Catalyst Resources International

International Mission Board – Lottie Moon Christmas Offering

Cooperative Baptist Fellowship – Global Missions Offering

Alma Hunt Offering

Judeo Christian Outreach Center

Campus Crusade

John Leland Center for Theological Studies

Virginia Voices International

People in Need Ministries

 

Journey to Christmas 2017

November 19th and 26th
Advent in a Box distribution
[ Advent Devotionals ]

December 1st
6:00 p.m. – Youth Christmas Party

December 2nd
6:00 p.m. – Pre-teen Christmas Party

December 3rd – Advent I
8:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. – Worship Service

December 4th
5:00 p.m. – JOY Club to Tidewater Winds Concert at Sandler Center

December 8th
5:30-8:30 p.m. – Winter Wonderland: Parents’ Night Out
Registration is Required [ more info ]

December 10th – Advent II
8:30 a.m. – Worship Service
11:00 a.m. – Worship Service (combined with the Well)
6:00 p.m. – A Night of Worship
“Hallelujah For the Baby Who Came”

December 14th
3:00 p.m. – JOY Club to Christmas Town at Busch Gardens

December 17th – Advent III
8:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. – Worship Service

December 24th – Christmas Eve Services (Advent IV)
9:00 a.m. – Christmas Fellowship
10:00 a.m. – One Church Wide Worship Service
5:00 p.m. – Vespers (Candles, Carols, Communion)

Blood Drive at KGBC 2017

Blood Drive Volunteer Opportunity!

November 13th at KGBC – 1:00 -7:00 p.m.

Parents of Students: Does your kid need volunteer hours? Volunteers are needed to hand out juice and snacks at the canteen.

Please contact Karen Rowell if you can help!

DONORS: schedule an appointment in the welcome center, or go online. (on that page, click the red arrow to get to the appointment times)

The Leadership Pipeline Seminar

After all this talk about church and vision over the past few months, it’s time to make this practical.

  • What are the next logical steps to develop this equipping model of ministry?
  • How is the church designed to free members to find and fulfill what God has called them to do?
  • What are the next steps in personal spiritual development?
  • What is difference between a map and a menu?
  • What is the difference between a destination and a direction?
  • What is the difference between training volunteers and training leaders?
  • How would you describe our current leadership pathway?
  • How can we get this vision from a pipe dream to a pipeline?
  • Who will succeed you in your ministry after you are gone?

Beginning on Wednesday, October 25, we will have a 7-session video and discussion series on what is called “Leadership Pipeline.” Why? Because of this new vision Ken has been casting, and what we are calling “the next” for King’s Grant (development of an equipping culture), it cannot not happen apart from leadership development.

These video sessions are from the 2016 leadership pipeline conference and will cover these topics…

  1. Conviction, Culture, Constructs (Eric Geiger)
  2. A Vision for Pipeline and Your Vision’s Pipeline (Will Mancini)
  3. Strategy (Kevin Peck)
  4. Collaboration (Jenni Catron)
  5. Who Moved My Pulpit? And Other Change Issues (Thom Rainer)
  6. Leading Leaders (Carey Nieuwhof)
  7. Discipleship (Paul Tripp)

It all starts this Wednesdays October 25 in the sanctuary at 6:15.