Welcome to King's Community Church
Ordinary people seeking to reveal the extraordinary love of God in our communities through authentic discipleship
Whatever your age or story, you are welcome here.
Thank you for visiting King’s Community Church.
We are a church located in the heart of Brandhall, near Oldbury.
We are all about enjoying God, building relationships and changing lives.
KCC Statement on the Coronavirus outbreak
20th March 2020
Following the latest government guidance on Covid-19, King’s Community Church and the Oak Tree Centre trustees have taken the step to suspend all groups and meetings for the foreseeable future.
This includes all Oak Tree Centre groups, activities and Sunday meetings.
We urge members of the church and centre family who have self-isolated to let Matt Nott know on 07727613081, so that we can find ways of offering appropriate pastoral care during this time.
We are still meeting together - online!
EVERY SUNDAY at 10.30am
We are excited to announce a way in which we can connect together via the internet using a platform called zoom. It allows us all to connect together and interact. When we meet, there will be a time of worship, prayer and a short talk. Our time together will also be interactive and we will have opportunity to talk/prayer.
If don’t use the internet, you can still join in by dialing in via your landline/mobile.
How do I join?
There are 3 ways to join:
1.Download the Zoom app from your app store/playstore and go to click on this link and it will do it all for you https://zoom.us/j/337598885
2.Go to https://zoom.us/j/337598885 and join the meeting
3.To join via landline or mobile, ring 02034815240 and when asked type in the ID code 337598885.
Our meeting ID 337 598 885. If you have downloaded the app, simply click on this link and it will do it all for you
New KCC youtube channel
We have also setup a new youtube channel as a way of communicating key messages from the church leaders. We have uploaded 2 videos
In accordance with government advice please wash your hands, with soap and warm water, for at least 20 seconds several times a day and in particular after coughing or sneezing, or before preparing food.
Please cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when you cough or sneeze, and put used tissues in the bin straight away and wash your hands afterwards.
If you have unwashed hands we encourage you not to touch your eyes, nose and mouth.
Those who have travelled back from a high-risk area (as defined by the UK Government at that time) should self-isolate for the recommended 2 weeks even if you feel fine.
If you have come into contact with someone who has the virus, or begin to feel unwell yourself (cough, high temperature, shortness of breath) then we ask you to also self-isolate for the recommended 2 weeks.
We will continue to monitor government advice and will make any necessary changes to our activities in line with government advice.
How can we respond to this outbreak in a Christ-like way?
We should bear in mind that taking sensible precautions is not principally an act of self-protection, but primarily an action designed to protect others who are at risk in our congregation and our community. And we should continue to be open-hearted and attentive to the lonely, the vulnerable and the anxious, both within the church and beyond. Above all, we will face the future (which is always uncertain) with courage and faith in God.
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Brandhall Uniform Bank @ Kings Community Church
King’s Community Church host Brandhall Uniform Bank on the 1st Friday of every month 10am – 12pm.
We are delighted that we have been able to help 56 children since 31st July 2019.