19th May 2019
In the last of our sermon series from the start of the book of John, Mark McKnight (part of our leadership team) takes us through John 2: 13-25 – Jesus Turns Over The Temple. Or to give the message Mark’s title: 10 Tips To Becoming A Superfan.
12th May 2019
Phil Hillsdon (our senior elder) takes us through John 3: 1-21 – Jesus Teaches Nicodemus.
28th April 2019
Paul Davison (one of our elders) takes us through John 1: 35-51 when Jesus called some of his disciples.
14th April 2019
Mark McKnight (our youth worker and part of our leadership team) leads us through the story of Jesus’ first miracle – turning water into wine from John 2: 1-12. Unfortunately there was a technical hitch which meant the message wasn’t recorded. If you want to read Mark’s notes then click this link.
31st March 2019
Sally Hillsdon (who with her husband Phil leads King’s Church Darlington), goes a little bit off piste today and takes us through Isaiah 40:3-5; the voice of one calling in the wilderness, preparing the way of the Lord. How does that fit with our current series on John? This prophetic passage from Isaiah not only describes the preparation for the visit of a king, but also looked forward to John the Baptist preaching in the wilderness to prepare for Jesus the Messiah. It doesn’t quite fit with the rest of our series but this was a challenging and emotional message from Sally.
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 We realise that this has been well out of date for some time due to our technical staff being furloughed.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.