A message from the Overseers

No meetings but still working

Following advice from the Government and in line with other sectors of society The King’s Church will not be holding public meetings and events until further notice. We will still be church together but in different ways.

This means that in respect of those gatherings coming under the covering of the church we have stopped all those regular activities where people have been invited to come together in a building – public or private – such meetings are suspended i.e. Sunday services, Messy Church, After Hours, training groups, prayer meetings etc.

Independent of our decision the management of The Queen Mary Centre has decided to close that venue until the crises is past.
We can still function as The King’s Church and listed here are the ways we would encourage everyone to be involved.

  • On Sundays there will be live streaming of teaching, music, prayer testimony and fellowship news.

  • Mutual support through the Barnabas Team – giving regular contact and prayerful support.

  • The King’s Church Prayer Chain. Share your concerns and testimony to answered prayer.

  • Phone calls and e-mails – maintain relationships make new contacts.

We have said from the beginning that our identity is not in a church building – the church is people – here is a great opportunity to demonstrate that together.

We will endeavor to circulate all the information you need. This will be on our website or through letters and phone calls.

If you are involved in any project that supports your local community through these weeks please let us know so that we can see and celebrate the good that emerges in challenging times.

From
The Overseers of The King’s Church Wisbech

18th. March 2020