Hello and welcome! Whether you've just moved to the area, or have lived here all your life, we hope our website helps you to find out everything you want to know about King's Community Church.
We are a growing community church made up of people and families from all walks of life.
Paul Bowgett and Keith Donnelly are the Lead Pastors and we have a team of faithful Trustees who meet regularly to discuss the overall running of the Church. Our Trustees are Keith Donnelly, Malcolm Douglas and Esther Rowe. Paul Bowgett is also our Centre Manager at The Well.
We are very active in our local community. We run Teddy Tots our weekly baby and toddler group, Cuppa & Chat our social once a month and the Bereavement Cafe.
New to our church? Here are more details you might find helpful:-
Where & when does the church meet?
Whether you're exploring faith for the first time, returning to church, looking for a place you can call home, or just visiting, you are very welcome to come along to our Sunday morning service.
We meet at The Well every Sunday at 10.30am. Please use our carpark at the side of the building and feel free to double park there or please park along Kingston Crescent. Unfortunately the parking in St Martin's Court is for their residents only.
Our address details are:
St Martin's Court
Middlesex TW15 3NB
You can see a map on our contact us page.
What should I expect when I visit the church?
You will receive a very warm welcome and we do not sit in pews, instead we have comfy chairs which can easily be moved around for flexibility. We normally start with a time of uplifting worship music, followed by biblical teaching and sharing our faith in Jesus.
Tea and coffee refreshments are served after the service at around 12pm.
What happens to the children at church?
We have a Sunday school for the little ones, kids and teenagers, and they go out to their supervised groups just before the main word/sermon.
I have more questions, how can I get in touch and ask them.
Please feel free to contact us.
Everyone is welcome, come as you are, we would love to see you here one Sunday morning.