What to Expect

We want your first experience at King Street Church to feel as comfortable as possible, so we’ve tried to answer some of the most common questions that visitors might have.

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Our parking lot is busiest prior to our two 9:45 worship services. Starting at 9:15, you can expect traffic attendants to be directing cars in the lots and on King Street. If you are not sure where to go, and the lots seem full, roll down your window and ask for directions to an empty area; the attendants will be more than happy to help you. You can also print the map below, which shows available parking less than a block from the church.

How should I dress?

Come as you are! At King Street, you’ll find everything from jeans and shorts, to dresses and suits. We want you to feel comfortable. You’ll fit in no matter what you wear.

Who can I ask for help?

Literally as soon as you enter the doors at King Street Church, you should meet a Connector wearing a “can I help you?” vest. If that person is already helping someone, a Greeter should not be too far off—they’ll be holding a stack of worship folders and looking friendly. Either of these volunteers will be glad to help you find where you’re going. Our Ushers are stationed at the doors of each worship service, helping to seat our guests. The service may look full to you, but they are specially trained to find you a great seat. Our main lobbies all have informational kiosks with facilities maps. If you locate the “you are here” arrow, and follow the hallways to GUEST CENTRAL, you’ll have reached our home base of help and information.

What’s available for children?

We love kids!  Our children’s area is safe and clean, and staffed with loving, well-trained volunteers. The programs and worship activities have been carefully planned and designed to provide your children with a dynamic experience that will teach them that God loves them, and wants to be their friend forever.

Children (through grade 5) need to be checked-in. You will be provided with a receipt sticker that is presented when you pick up your child. We have check-in areas on the main level near Guest Central, and upstairs in the Children’s Ministry Center, but first-time guests must register in Guest Central. Don’t worry—it’s a quick and easy with our trained workers helping you.

We also have a large student program for teens called The Street. They meet in the lower level of the Baker Center. This exciting group has their own live praise bands, worship services, small groups, activities, retreats, Facebook page, and much more.

Didn’t answer your question?

Please contact us if you are curious about any other aspect of King Street Church. We’d love a chance to chat with you about our church, and get to know you a little bit more. Call us at (717) 264-4651 or email info@kschurch.org.