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Our History

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Background

Kingdom Movement Community Church embraces the following statements of truth. The Bible is our all sufficient rule for faith and practice, but the following statements are a reflection of our fundamental teachings.

  • We believe that the Holy Scriptures,

    Both Old and New Testament, were given by inspiration of God and are the final authority for all matters of polity and conduct. We believe that the Holy Scriptures are infallible and inerrant in their original manuscript. (2 Timothy 3:16)

  • We believe that the eternal Godhead

    Exists and has revealed Himself in three persons; Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. (Matthew 28:19, Colossians 2:9)

  • We believe that Jesus Christ

    Was miraculously born of the Virgin Mary. (Luke 1:27).

  • We believe the fall of man

    Produced moral depravity in all of humanity and that the only hope of redemption is through repentance toward God through faith and confession in the Lord Jesus the Christ (Romans 10:9).

  • We believe that God instructs

    Every believer to be filled with, be led by, and serve through the power of the Holy Spirit (Ephesians 5:18, Romans 8:15, Acts 1:8). persons; Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. (Matthew 28:19, Colossians 2:9)

  • We believe in the perpetuity of spiritual gifts

    As described in 1 Corinthians 12-14. We believe that God imparts these gifts through the Holy Spirit as He chooses for the edification of the body of Christ (1 Corinthians 12:11).

  • We believe in the corporate expression of praise and worship

    As a response to God’s person and work (Psalms 46:5).

  • We believe that tithes, offerings, and alms

    Are God’s financial plan for the support of His work (Malachi 3:10, Matthew 23:23, 2 Corinthians 9:6-12).

  • We believe that Discipline is a gift from Christ

    Given to His church to promote its health and productivity (Matthew 18:15-20, Proverbs 19:18).

  • We believe in one Universal Church

    Made up of genuine believers of many backgrounds irrespective of race, color or ethnicity (1 Corinthians 12:20).

Background
  • When do I become an official member of the church?

    You become an official member of this church the moment you join. However, you will not be permitted to hold leadership positions in any of the church’s ministries until you complete your New Member’s Orientation.

  • What denomination is this church?

    Kingdom Movement Community Church is a contemporary non-denominational Christian Church.

  • What is Kingdom Movement’s dress code?

    Kingdom Movement’s dress code can be considered whatever suits you. You can “dress up” or “dress down” as long as your attire is appropriate for worship.

  • What do I need to do to join a ministry?

    Kingdom Movement ministries are implemented for the purpose of EVANGELIZING, EQUIPPING AND EMPOWERING. Before participating in one of our ministries, each member must complete the new member’s classes. Upon completion of the criteria in the New Members classes you can request and fill out a ministry interest form.

  • I served as a minister at the church that I am transferring from, are my credentials transferable?

    At Kingdom Movement Community Church your call is transferable; however, your credentials are not. The role of a minister can vary at different churches, therefore we require a minister to fully understand our church mission and vision. We require that a minister complete the Ministers in Training Institute before carrying out ministerial responsibilities.

  • What are the times of services?

    Our Church Sunday School “hour of power” is held at 9:45 am, and worship services begin at 11:00 am every Sunday. Each Wednesday night at 6:00pm we have a midweek service called W.O.W. [Worship on Wednesday], which serves as an extension of Sunday worship. This service is an opportunity for you to be refreshed and enriched. W.O.W is about 75 minutes long and it is packed with transformative worship along with illustrative teaching and preaching. Every Thursday at 12 noon we have a half hour time of devotion and intercessory prayer.