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What We Do

Sunday Morning

Our Sunday mornings start at 10:20 in the main hall at Cockermouth School with Coffee. Our worship starts at around 1040 and then we enjoy listening to a talk based on the bible. You can hear the current talks at . We normally finish at around 12:30.

We strongly believe in the active presence of the Holy Spirit, and expect God to speak to us through the Gifts of the Holy Spirit. We encourage participation from anyone in the Church, and love to see people stepping out in faith to encourage the Church.

Our Worship is lively, God honouring and Jesus centered.

MIDWEEK

Please see our church diary link to find out when and where our midweek groups take place.

PRAYER 

We meet regularly for prayer during the week - 7am on Thursday morning at the Hub, and 9.45am on Sunday morning. we also meet once per month on a Tuesday evening for prayer - check the dates on our diary

Alpha

We have 2 Alpha courses per year – September to December and January to Easter. Alpha is aimed at people who have questions about their faith, want to explore the meaning of Christianity or simply get their big questions answered. The evening always includes a meal, a personal story, a 20 minute talk and loads of time for discussion – no question too hard, no question too simple! Please contact us on admin@kingscc.org if you want more information.

Connect@

Our connect@ groups are small groups that meet mid week. Each group has a unique flavor, but all meet to grow in friendship, pray together, encourage each other and enjoy God together.

Connect4

Connect4 groups are either activity or focused groups that include Badminton, Running, Study, Cherish (a group for women) and Crack and Cayk (Chat And Cake – a coffee morning for anyone who cares to turn up!)
We have just started a monthly Sunday lunch for those who are by themselves, or feel vulnerable and lonely.

The Bridge Café

Since the floods in December 2015, we have been running a temporary café at the Wakefield Road Car Park on the North of the river. Here, we meet and welcome people who have been affected by the flood. We are able to help in many practical ways, and spend time visiting people who live in this area of town.