May 19th, 2019
Today immediately after service we will be holding a town hall meeting, where we will share about how God has been working in and through the body of Christ. All are welcome to attend.
King's Cross Church will be hosting a Memorial Day Picnic on Monday, May 27th at Forest Park (bbq area next to the parking lot) at 11am. We invite you to bring friends and family to join us! We are asking for volunteers to stake-out, cook, and contribute sides, drinks, and picnic essentials. Please sign up online to volunteer. If you have any questions please contact Kris Shei.
Sandy Ooi, who is serving in Indonesia as a missionary, is collecting clean clothes and shoes for an Afghani refugee family in need. The family has five boys between the ages of 2 - 12 years old that are in need of pre-washed and tear-free clothes and shoes. If you have any that you would like to donate, please give to Trusty Pei no later than May 30th.
Register online for the Congregational Retreat June 14-16th at Spruce Lake in Pennsylvania. Our retreat speaker will be Pastor David Whitehead. Payments can be made through Venmo @kingscrossnyc or check with "Congregational Retreat" in the memo line. Scholarships are available on a need basis. Please direct any questions or concerns to Ester Linton.
Are you looking for a place to serve and like meeting new people? Welcoming ministry is looking for people who enjoy connecting visitors to our church family. For more information contact Lily Chang (email@example.com).
Join us for Sunday Suppers! Facilitated by the Welcoming Ministry, Sunday Suppers offer the opportunity for all members of the congregation to get to know each other over group dinners. If you'd like to host or attend, please complete this form (to be updated with new dates on a rolling basis). For questions or more info, contact Brendon.
Community groups are small gatherings of people committed to growing together in the Gospel. If you have yet to join a group, we are starting a new session and welcome you to join. If you are interested, but don't know where to start, please email Norman (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The parking lot of PS 20 has been blocked off due to construction for the next two years. Please continue to come early to utilize street parking as much as possible. The church is also offering free parking at "Central Parking" garage (entrance on Barclay Ave between Kissena Blvd and Union St). Ask the welcoming table for a parking voucher sticker after parking and receiving a parking stub.