Many people struggle with hurt, worry, addiction, unforgiveness, guilt, shame, relationship issues, and more. Based on eight biblical principles, Celebrate Recovery’s weekly meetings offer support to men and women as they seek freedom from their ‘hurts, hang-ups and habits’.
For all the information you need on Celebrate Recovery please click the link.
Cameo is our monthly club promoting friendship and fun with those who can’t get out of their house easily on their own. Come and chat over a free scone and cup of tea and enjoy the entertainment provided from various performers. Generally we meet on the 4th Tuesday of the month 10:30AM – 12PM and would love to see you at the next meeting.
Not sure about Jesus? Got lots of questions? Great. Then our Alpha course is perfect for you. Alpha is for anyone wanting to investigate Christianity, it looks at questions like; who is Jesus? What about suffering? We tend to start the meetings with great food, before we move on to a short talk, followed by discussion around the subject for the session. No question is too small, too big or silly on Alpha. Please just get in contact if you would like to be on the next Alpha, we would love to see you there.
This ministry is a unique inner healing and deliverance ministry in which the main aim is to get to the root of those things hindering your personal connection with the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. A Sozo session may last 1.5-2 hours and is conducted by two team members. Sozo is not a counseling session but a time of interacting with Father, Son and Holy Spirit for wholeness and pursuing of your destiny. Click the link for more information regarding Sozo Ministry at King’s.
Hi everyone and welcome to King's Church Darlington website. We realise that this has been well out of date for some time due to our technical staff being furloughed.
We are now back with all the relevant information you need at the present time plus recordings of recent talks.
Remember this: God is with us, He is alive and in control, He is not locked down and He is not restricted in any way. So stay close to God, allow Him to guide your steps and fill you with His peace and with His Holy Spirit.
We plan to launch a new site early next year when we trust that life will be back to something like normal.
God bless you all,
Phil & Sally (Senior Pastors)
Due to the current UK lockdown restrictions, we're unable to welcome you to the King's Centre. However, all of our services are streamed on our Facebook and YouTube channels. The stream will begin around 10:25am each Sunday morning and you're welcome to join us for as much or as little as you're able. There's no expectation on you to participate but we love it when people interact in the comments section. We've been having some trouble with our YouTube stream - if it doesn't work, please use the Facebook link above.
Over the last few weeks we've had an unexpected preaching series where the Very Hungry Caterpillar featured heavily. To view those talks, please click here.
Our Foodbank is unaffected by current lockdown restrictions and we are doing everything within our power to keep running as normal. We are not currently taking any new volunteers but please click to find out about our opening hours, how to make a food donation or contact our office to make a financial donation.
Our café is open for delivery orders only. If you would like to book, please contact the church office (01325 469446 Option 0) before 11.30am on the day. Minimum order: 2 meals for £10.00 which includes a main course and dessert. Your food will be delivered between 12.30pm and 1.30pm.
During the current lockdown restrictions, our furniture reuse scheme remains closed. We may be able to help in an extreme emergency but our staff are all on furlough so are unlikely to respond quickly.
At this time, there are no sports happening in our sports facility. Kings Football Academy will not restart until at least January 2021. Please contact Darlington Table Tennis Association or other groups directly for information on their activities.