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Koinonia Christian Center Church (KCC) was founded by Bishop Rosie S. O’neal in 1989 with seven members. The name of the church was Koinonia Christian Church (which was later changed to Koinonia Christian Center Church Ministries, Inc.). The church held its first service on February 3, 1989, at the Ramada Inn in Greenville, NC. After the initial service, KCC moved back into the home of Bishop Rosie and Bro. Toiriste O’neal in Greenville, NC. Bishop O’neal continued to have Sunday services and Tuesday night Bible Study for about 18 months at their home.

In the summer of 1991, KCC moved to a storefront facility which held about 60 people and the church remained there until July 1993. On August 15, 1993, KCC moved into a church facility on the corner of Hudson and Ward Streets that could seat approximately 440 people. During this time, KCC began to experience tremendous growth. Bishop O’neal was divinely connected to her spiritual father, Bishop I.V. Hilliard, and received principles that helped catapult the ministry to another level of excellence and favor. In August of 2004, KCC moved into their present facility at 1405 SW Greenville Blvd. We currently minister to over 2300 members and have a location Raleigh, NC at 1110 Buck Jones Road.

Our worship encounters are Sundays at 9am and 12pm and 2nd and 4th Wednesdays at 12pm and 7pm. Our app is available in the google and apple play stores. www.kccfamily.com Connect with us @koinoniachristiancenter on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter.

Koinonia Christian Center Church Bishop Rosie S. O'neal

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Koinonia Christian Center Church (KCC) was founded by Bishop Rosie S. O’neal in 1989 with seven members. The name of the church was Koinonia Christian Church (which was later changed to Koinonia Christian Center Church Ministries, Inc.). The church held its first service on February 3, 1989, at the Ramada Inn in Greenville, NC. After the initial service, KCC moved back into the home of Bishop Rosie and Bro. Toiriste O’neal in Greenville, NC. Bishop O’neal continued to have Sunday services and Tuesday night Bible Study for about 18 months at their home.

In the summer of 1991, KCC moved to a storefront facility which held about 60 people and the church remained there until July 1993. On August 15, 1993, KCC moved into a church facility on the corner of Hudson and Ward Streets that could seat approximately 440 people. During this time, KCC began to experience tremendous growth. Bishop O’neal was divinely connected to her spiritual father, Bishop I.V. Hilliard, and received principles that helped catapult the ministry to another level of excellence and favor. In August of 2004, KCC moved into their present facility at 1405 SW Greenville Blvd. We currently minister to over 2300 members and have a location Raleigh, NC at 1110 Buck Jones Road.

Our worship encounters are Sundays at 9am and 12pm and 2nd and 4th Wednesdays at 12pm and 7pm. Our app is available in the google and apple play stores. www.kccfamily.com Connect with us @koinoniachristiancenter on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter.

    For Them, For That, But Not For Me?

    For Them, For That, But Not For Me?

    • 26 min
    In Search Of Noah

    In Search Of Noah

    Bishop O'neal brings us a message to bless us and our families as she explains why God was in search of Noah. Through this message, she explains why this relationship was so special to God in seven points and reminds us that we have time to not just just hear the voice of the Lord but to act on what he’s told us. We can also witness to others before the door is shut.

    • 40 min
    Contentment

    Contentment

    Conquering The Senior State

    • 47 min
    Maximizing The State Of Marriage

    Maximizing The State Of Marriage

    Pastor Shondell and Elder Christy talk about having enough, not enough, and more than enough. As a married couple one should always discuss financial issues and have a plan. Being able to discuss matters such as finances helps you manage your money. God wants us to make use of our time when we’re running a household. Being good stewards of our money will cause the Lord to bless us. Lastly we should give back to the Lord.

    • 28 min
    Don't Rush

    Don't Rush

    • 41 min
    Contentment

    Contentment

    Haven't we all seen an enticing infomercial urging us to "Act RIGHT NOW because this offer ends at MIDNIGHT!"? The next day we see the same blessed ad selling the same pitch! The devil uses similar vices to provoke half-baked decisions that ruin more than our finances. But Bishop Rosie O'Neal teaches us how to divert from desperation in her titled sermon, "Contentment". She covers how thin the line is between longing for & lusting after. God is the only one that we can safely haste towards without suffering any loss. His offer never expires and comes with a lifetime warranty!

    • 43 min

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