Next Steps

So often in life, we are called to take the next step. The next step in your walk with Christ might be making your faith public by getting baptized. Or it might be picking up the pieces after the loss of someone precious with GriefShare. You may be planning a marriage or celebrating a birth. Whatever it might be, we’re ready to help you make the next big step in your journey.

BAPTISM:    

Baptism provides an opportunity for believers to make a formal profession of their faith in Jesus before the church and the testimonies are a great encouragement to the body of Christ. A special outdoor baptism will take place at the Church Picnic on September 2. Preparation classes will be held in M17 following each worship service on August 5 and 12.  Anyone interested in being baptized should attend ONE class. 

CHURCH PARTNERSHIP:   

Here at King Street Church, we like to call it “partnership” when you become a church member, because the focus is on partnering together as a body of believers.  Partnership classes will take place again this fall.

CHILD DEDICATION:   

Child dedication has as much significance for parents as it does for children.  Much like a wedding ceremony, parents are making public promises before God to raise their children in a way that pleases the Lord.  Preparation classes will be offered again in the fall.

GRIEF SHARE:   Wednesday evenings  | 7:00 pm  |  M121  

GriefShare is a faith-based support group for people grieving the loss of a loved one. This group is led by people who understand what you are experiencing and can offer comfort and encouragement during this difficult time. A new session will begin in the fall.

SALVATION: 

We believe there is no decision more important than surrendering your life to Jesus Christ, and starting a “faith journey” with Him as your Savior and Lord. This is the essence of what the Bible calls salvation.  Salvation is not a formula you say or an action you complete. Salvation comes by transferring your trust from yourself, or from anyone or anything else — to Jesus Christ alone.

Salvation is not a formula you say or an action you complete. Salvation comes by transferring your trust from yourself, or from anyone or anything else (parents, church, stuff you did, possessions, achievements)—to Christ alone.  LEARN MORE

SERVING: 

Getting plugged into the body of believers as an active participant is an important step in your Christian walk.  FIND OPPORTUNITIES