We are a Bible-believing, Spirit-filled, sacramental congregation
ministering to the greater Houston area.
At King of Kings we place
special emphasis on:
Loving God. Our foremost goal is to love and honor the Lord Jesus
Christ, and to make him supreme in our lives. We develop that love relationship through our worship services, and by
spending daily personal time in the Scriptures and prayer.
- Loving one another. As we study, pray, and work alongside one another,
we find that trust, affection, and love are being built among us. We believe each person in our church family has a special,
God-given purpose. From the youngest child to the eldest senior, each of us has something to contribute. We need you to
be yourself with us, share your thoughts, contribute your efforts. You help us become more Christ-like just by being
yourself with us. Each of us has a vital contribution to make to the body - just by being ourselves, and by becoming the
person Jesus has called us to be.
Blessing the lost,
the last, the least - We joyfully join with Christ in continuing his ministry of love and outreach
to those the world has left behind. Children, teens searching for meaning, adults who have given up hope... Jesus
showed a special compassion for people the rest of the world ignored or discarded. We share the Lord’s love by
reaching out to those who are desperate to know love and hope: the lonely, the suffering, the young, the elderly,
“Lord Jesus Christ, you stretched
out your arms of love on the hard wood of the cross, that everyone might come within the reach of your saving embrace.
So clothe us in your Spirit that we, reaching forth our hands in love, may bring those who do not know you to the knowledge
and love of you; for the honor of your name.”
Do you want to make a real difference in people's lives? We are
praying for you! We are asking God to send us people with a heart for others, especially in the areas of:
- Children's ministry and Christian education
- Youth ministry (especially people who will mentor and "be there" for our teens)
- One-on-one mentoring relationships with adults struggling with marriage, finances, child-rearing
- Ministry to Spanish speaking families
invite you to join us in experiencing the Lord’s saving embrace, and in reaching out to our community to share the
love of Christ.
Services are held in the Gobins' home near I-10 and Fry Rd in far west Houston.310 Houghton RdKaty, Texas 77450
Worship & Holy Communion
- Sunday 10:00 am
Small "Growth Groups" meet together during the week for Bible study, prayer, and sharing.
The youth Growth Group meets on Sunday evenings for supper, Bible study, prayer, and activities.
Who can commune at King of Kings Church?
We take the Lord's Supper very seriously at King of Kings.
It a supernatural moment of initimate contact with God, when we receive the blessing of Christ's body and blood. It does not
matter how “good” or “spiritual” you are, what you’ve done for the Lord, or how much of the
Bible you know. Rather, these four things are necessary for a person to rightly commune:
A) Faith that Christ’s death was for you is
necessary. Do you believe Jesus Christ died for your sins? Then you are prepared. If someone does not believe the words
which Christ speaks about his Supper, “for you” and “for the forgiveness of sins,” he should not
Faith that Christ’s words mean what they say is necessary. When Jesus said “This is my body,”
he spoke literally, not figuratively. Christ himself is actually present bodily in the Lord’s Supper. If someone does
not believe that that which is blessed is the body and blood of Christ, he should not commune. (The cup of blessing
which we bless, is it not a communion in the blood of Christ? The bread which we break, is it not a communion in the
body of Christ? [I Cor. 10:16])
C) Willingness to forgive is necessary.
In other words, if someone would commune knowing he willfully harbors unforgiveness toward another, he eats and drinks unworthily.
(Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us.)
D) Willingness to confess and turn from sin is
necessary. A communicant who knowingly and willfully continues in sin, eats and drinks judgment on himself. However, all
those who are sorry for their sin and failings, and desire grace and forgiveness, should commune. The Lord’s Supper
is for those who know they need mercy and forgiveness, and believe God will indeed receive them on the merits of Christ. It is “for you.”