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A Church in Irmo for Irmo

We sincerely believe "church" shouldn't just be a place people show up at once per week. The church is a family brought together by God's grace and connected to one another through the gospel of Jesus Christ. We are a church that is reaching out and reachable here in Irmo.


There are three primary ways we connect with one another and you can connect with us at King's Church. 


1. Corporately | Sunday Worship

Every Sunday morning at 10 a.m., we gather together to worship God. We come expectantly - expecting to receive God's instruction, blessing, and assurance of the hope that is ours in Christ and we come expecting to see our friends and make new ones. Everyone is welcome. You might come empty but you will leave full.


2. Publicly | Weekly Gatherings

There's usually always something going on at King's Church to get involved in. Whether it's a weekly Men's Bible Study or Women's Bible Study or an event / fellowship gathering, there are a number of ways we keep open so we can honor our committment to be a church in Irmo where people can find community. Always feel free to join us and don't be afraid to invite people who might not even attend our church. All are welcome. 


3. Personally | One-on-One

We don't need a organized church function as an excuse to get together! We want to grow in our relationships with one another in the church and those in our community by meeting for a cup of coffee, grabbing lunch together, or inviting someone over for dinner. No man is an island and no Christian can receive the love of Christ apart from other Christians. We recognize that as a church and everyone is encouraged to be intentional about connecting with each other and those in our community.


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"Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for he who promised is faithful. And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near."(Hebrews 10:23-25