Download messages given at King's Church in Lewes. King's Church is a lively community church made up of people of all ages and backgrounds whose lives have been transformed by God though Jesus Christ. We meet together every Sunday morning to encounter God through modern worship and relevant teaching from the Bible. We also meet mid-week as Small Groups in people's homes. We are part of the Newfrontiers family of churches and have a strong emphasis on helping people meet God, live well and make a difference. King's Church is affiliated with the Evangelical Alliance and is a registered charity (number 1081337).
Accept One Another - One Another - being church together or apart
We all know that none of us are perfect, yet it can be so difficult to accept those who are different from us and who might frustrate, inconvenience or upset us. How can our church community be a more accepting place and a demonstration of God’s acceptance?
Love One Another - One Another - being church together or apart
No one would seriously disagree with Jesus telling us to love one another. And yet it can be so hard to actually live it out day to day. Do we just need to try harder, or is there a better way?
Being a One Another church - One Another - being church together or apart
It’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking that the strength of a church is found in its services and programs – but if all that stops, what’s left? In fact, the real strength of a church is in our relationships – how we are with ‘one another’.
Hope in darkness - Summer Sundays
When Jesus was in the darkest of times, he quoted a song. Why did he quote this song, and how does that help us when we suffer?
Stay Rooted! - Summer Sundays
Jesus uses the simple but profound picture of a vine and its branches to help us understand the importance of staying 'rooted' in him. Doing so will help us to overflow with fruitfulness and love for others.
Are you ready? - Summer Sundays
We are looking at Jesus’s parable about the 'Wise and Foolish Virgins’. It is part of a large section of his teaching on the ‘End Times’ (all of Matthew 24 & 25) and we will be asking the question 'are we ready?’