King of Glory Office Hours Established

King of Glory now has designated office hours when at least one of the staff members will be at the Lumberyard. The office will be staffed Monday-Friday from 8:30-11:30 a.m.

At least one staff member will be in the office during these hours. Staff members will also be around at different times of the day, but that varies depending on their schedules. If you need to stop by the office at a different time, please call the church office at 605-271-3456 to make sure someone is around or to set up an appointment.

Here’s the staffing schedule for the weekday mornings.

Monday: Julie Burnside
Tuesday: Kevin Ludwig
Wednesday: Pastor Rich
Thursday: Julie Burnside
Friday: Pastor Rich

Because Student Ministry Coordinator Doyle Burnside does not have established office hours, anyone wishing to see him should contact him at doyle@kingofglorysf.org or at 605-310-2561.

Posted on August 19, 2014 and filed under News.

Serve Sunday Planning Meeting Scheduled for Sunday

One of the projects of last year's Serve Sunday was to decorate flip flops for the children at Robin's Nest Children's Home in Jamaica.

One of the projects of last year's Serve Sunday was to decorate flip flops for the children at Robin's Nest Children's Home in Jamaica.

Planning for the Fourth Annual Serve Sunday is going to start this Sunday, August 24, with a planning meeting at 1:30 p.m. at the Lumberyard.

Anyone who is interested in helping plan and organize this year's projects is welcome to come. If you are interested in helping but are unable to attend this kickoff meeting, please contact Amy Johnson 351-1613 or Katie Reilly 359-0465.

Serve Sunday will be held on November 2.

 

No Worship at KOG on August 31

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There will be NO worship services at King of Glory on Sunday, August 31.  Members are encouraged to join the Sunday Community Worship Service that day at the LifeLight Festival. The worship service is scheduled to begin at noon at the festival grounds, 2 1/2 miles east of Worthing, S.D.

If you cannot make it to LifeLight, you are encouraged to attend worship at another church in the area.

Renowned Christian recording artist Geoff Moore will lead worship, while Ken Ham, president/CEO and founder of Answers in Genesis-U.S. and the Creation Museum, will deliver the message.

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There are a variety of ways to get to the LifeLight Festival grounds. From I-29, you can take Exit 64 and travel 5 1/2 miles east.  You may also take Minnesota Avenue south approximately 15 miles. At 280th Street, turn left.

Another way to take would be to take South Dakota Highway 11 south about 15 miles. At 280th Street, turn right.

Anyone who needs a ride to the LifeLight Festival on Friday, Saturday or Sunday is asked to call the church office at 271-3456.

Each year, a large group of King of Glory family members take in the LifeLight Festival in the Main Stage together. If you would like to be a part of this group, look for the purple King of Glory flag.

For more information about the LifeLight Festival, or to see a festival schedule, visit the LifeLight web site at: www.lifelight.org

 

Posted on August 18, 2014 and filed under News.

An Invitation from Pastor Rich

Hey King of Glory Friends, we are in the midst of exciting times at King of Glory.  We are about to kick off a new season of small groups along with kids and student programming re-starting in the coming month.  We are also in the process of getting the Lumberyard transformed into a mission post.  During the next couple of months I am also hopeful that we will take steps as a congregation to sharpen our focus on becoming a people group on mission with Jesus. The transformation of the Lumberyard is only a piece of the overall picture.  We need some transformation ourselves as well. 

I am going to be leading a book study over the next couple months and want to invite you to join me.  This book study will help you understand where I am hoping we go as a congregation and where I will be focusing my leadership energies. This book is a tool that we are using to help us during this transformational time.  We will always keep God's Word at the forefront and this book is helping us understand the mission of the church as given in the Bible.  

Please feel free to pick up a copy of the book a the welcome table on Sunday mornings or order one from Amazon.  CLICK HERE to order book from Amazon. 

A reading schedule and other information regarding this process of transformation will be released in the coming weeks. Above all, please be in prayer during this season of transformation.  Pray for God to break our hearts for the things that break His heart and to equip us to be His people here in Sioux Falls, SD.  

Press On, 
Pastor Rich

Posted on August 18, 2014 .

Abiding Savior Hosting Beth Moore Simulcast

Abiding Savior Free Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls is hosting a Living Proof Live Simulcast with Beth Moore on Saturday, September 13, from 8:15 a.m. until 3:15 p.m. Abiding Savior is inviting women in the Sioux Falls area to attend the event.

During the event, women will dig into Scripture with noted author and teacher Beth Moore and worship with Travis Cottrell, who will be in Fort Wayne, Ind., on that day.

The cost is for the event is $20 per person, which includes lunch. Theregistration fee can be dropped off or mailed to Abiding Savior at 4100 S. Bahnson Ave., Sioux Falls, SD, 57103. Tickets will be held at Will Call, or you can pick them up at the church office weekdays between 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Interested women are asked to register via the Abiding Savior Free Lutheran Church web site. CLICK HERE to register.

Posted on August 9, 2014 and filed under News.