Painting Time at the Lumberyard

It is painting time at the Lumberyard.

We are needing to complete the painting before other things on the construction schedule can continue, so we are hoping to attack it quickly.

The areas where we will be painting include the multipurpose room, classrooms, restrooms and gathering area. All areas will need a primer coat and two additional coats of paint.

Everyone is encouraged to consider participating in one of the painting time slots.  If able, please bring a roller and roller pad.  There will be plenty of rollers and other things at the Lumberyard if you don not have one.

This is a great opportunity to participate in the transformation process.  We are specifically in need of people to give of time this coming weekend to help keep things on schedule.

Below is an online sign-up form with the dates and times that we need people to help with painting. Please sign up for as many shifts as you are willing to serve.

Lumberyard Painting Sign-Up Form

Name *
Phone *
I/We Can Help Paint at the Following Times: *
Posted on November 24, 2014 and filed under News.

Informational Meeting Scheduled for December 14

Pastor Rich will hold an informational meeting on Sunday December 14, at 9:30 a.m., between worship services.

The informational meeting will discuss what worship will look like as we transition into our new facility. Tentatively, the first worship services at the new facility will be February 1.

Individuals who attend the first service are encouraged to stay for the meeting, while those who attend the second service are asked to come early to attend this meeting

Posted on November 20, 2014 and filed under News.

UnFrozen Christmas Event Scheduled for December 14

The King of Glory UnFrozen Christmas Event and Celebration will be held on Sunday, December 14, from 5-7 p.m. at The Point is to Serve, located at 506 N. Kiwanis Ave.

This event is being hosted by our Children, Student, Worship and Fellowship Ministries. The event will feature skits, readings and songs that will create a night of joyful worship, playful presentation and a fresh examination of Jesus Birth.

As a special treat for this event, appetizers will be served during the program's intermission. After the program, dessert will be served.

Invite your family, friends, and neighbors for this special evening!  To help us plan for set up and food, please use the RSVP Form below or you can sign-up on the Sunday Connection Cards.

UnFrozen Christmas Celebration RSVP Form

Name *
Posted on November 20, 2014 and filed under News, King's Kids, Student Ministries.

Special Sunday on Nov. 16

Matching Gift Challenge Frequently Asked Questions

Should I save my normal weekly offering for the next week?

You are encouraged to give your normal weekly offering this week and consider going beyond through a sacrificial gift to help us reach the $50,000 match.  We are currently one week ahead of budgeted giving in 2014 for the general fund and we are trusting that God will continue to provide for our operational needs as we repurpose this offering on Sunday.   

What will the funds be used for?

All of the funds will go towards completing the phase one remodel at the Lumberyard.  These funds will be combined with our Vision Fund to provide the necessary cash for $500,000 in construction expense in 2014.  Phase one includes building out the multi-purpose room for worship, bathrooms, three classrooms, and a gathering area.  The future phases will include the parking lot, serving kitchen, office area build out, and floor coverings for multipurpose room and gathering space. 

What if I will not be at worship this coming Sunday?

You can mail in your offering for this coming Sunday using the enclosed envelope and it will be counted towards the match. 

Will we be given an opportunity to hear the amount raised and given additional time to raise more if needed to get the whole match?

The offering total will be announced on Monday November 17.  If we have not reached the goal at that point we will have until the end of November to raise the remaining amount to get the full $50,000 match. 

An Unique Giving Opportunity: Thrivent Choice Program

One unique way you can give towards this special campaign is through the Thrivent Choice Program.  Some King of Glory members who have Thrivent Financial insurance, annuities or other products may be eligible to participate in the Thrivent Choice program. The Thrivent Choice program allows eligible members to recommend where some of the Thrivent Financial charitable outreach funds go by directing Choice Dollars to approved organizations such as King of Glory. The amount of Choice Dollars designated to each eligible Thrivent member is based on the amount of premiums paid or contract value of products owned. Thrivent designates these funds monthly, and they accrue on a yearly basis. If you do not know if you are an eligible Thrivent Financial member, please contact your Thrivent representative or sign in to your accounts through

If you are going to use this method of giving for the matching gift campaign please simply place a note in the enclosed envelope with your name on it and the amount you intend to give.  The gift must be received in 2014. 

Posted on November 12, 2014 .

Serve Sunday Recap


Here is a recap of all the service projects that were completed on Serve Sunday, November 2. Thank you to everyone who took part in this special day.

  • Over 200 Thanksgiving and Christmas cards were made for residents of Southridge Health Care Center
  • 36 fleece blankets were made for homeless teens and the Furniture Mission
  • 290 treat bags were made for staff at the SouthRidge Nursing Home, 211 Helpline, and County Jail Employees
  • 50 blessing bags were made for families at the Safe House and homeless teens
  • 120 single-serve meals, 100 breakfast burritos and 23 casserole dishes were prepared for individuals including teen moms and homeless teens and families at the The Walsh Village
  • Numerous data was entered for the Center of Hope and The Community Outreach Sharing Christmas Program
  • Songs were sung to children at Lifescape Children’s Care Hospital
  • Compassion Child Care was deep cleaned
  • 11 Lawns were raked and gutters cleaned
  • Clothes were sorted at Y's buys
  • 27 Pajamas were wrapped in “homemade” wrapping and prayer card keepsakes were made for all the children at Robin's Nest for Christmas
  • Cleaning was completed at Ronald McDonald House
  • A meal and 2 desserts were prepared for the St Francis House
  • Yard work, tree trimming, demolition and painting was done at the Summit House
  • 5 KOG children were lovingly cared for

If you have any feedback, ideas, or new projects for next year’s Serve Sunday, please call, text or email Katie Reilly at 359-0465 or

Posted on November 6, 2014 and filed under News, Outreach.