Congregational Information Session

All King of Glory friends are invited to attend an informational session on Sunday April 12 from 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.  Pastor Rich and other congregational leaders will share important updates regarding a variety of different things taking place in 2015 at King of Glory. 

The following will be the topics covered at the session:

  • 2015 Focus Areas & Goals
  • Partnership Update with International Outreach Ministries (the other congregation that is meeting at our facility)
  • Construction Update & Parking Lot Update
  • Worship plans regarding future of traditional worship service and overall plan for our worship gatherings

2nd Crock Pot Freezer Meal Party Planned

King of Glory is hosting it's 2nd Crock Pot Freezer Meal Party on Saturday, April 11 beginning at 9 a.m. at Patrick Henry Middle School (2200 S. 5th Ave.). Participants are asked to use the main entrance to the school by the flagpole.

This fellowship event will be a fun morning of crock pot meal prep for busy households. The registration fee for this event is $20/person.  Apron space is limited to the first 20 participants who sign up and pay the registration fee.  To sign-up, use the form below or call the church office at 271-3456.  Once you have signed up, you can drop off payment at the Church office or give to coordinator Haley Dettler.

All of the planning and  prep work will be done beforehand. Participants will join us for a fun morning of fellowship and leave with 4-5 meals that will take the worry out of that “what’s for dinner” question.

This is a great opportunity to invite a friend, co-worker, or neighbor to meet other King of Glory people.  Please use the form below to sign up for this fellowship event. Each participant is asked to fill out a form.

Crock Pot Freezer Meal Party Sign-Up Form

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Student Ministries Lock-Ins

Our Middle school and high school students are going to be breaking in the building with the first lock-in at the new location. This spring's lock-in will be focused around New Life. As the spring begins to show, we too can celebrate new life in Christ Jesus!

The High school students (8th-12th) will be held April 10th-11th. We will start at 9:00 p.m. and being until 7:00 a.m. on Saturday morning.

Middle School students (5th-8th) will be held April 24th-25th. Again, we will start at 9:00 p.m. and go until 7:00 a.m. on Saturday morning.

If you have questions or are interested in volunteering to help for a shift or for the whole night please contact Doyle Burnside at, 605-310-2561, or below through submitting form.

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Wednesday Night Teaching Invitation

Hey, please consider joining us for worship and teaching on Wednesday nights beginning February 25. There will be a thirty minute worship service at 6:30 followed by a thirty minute teaching/conversation. I will be leading us through a conversation on what it means to be on mission with Jesus. In other words, we will be studying what it means to be the church.  Last fall many in our congregation read a book entitled, "Breaking the Missional Code: Your Church Can Become a Missionary in Your Community." We will be using various items from that book. You do not need to the read the book to participate but you are invited to bring it along if you have a copy.  
We are blessed to now have a permanent facility.  Now we have to look at how we can be serious about Jesus' mission here in this location. We all come with different visions of what a church should look like so it is important for us to have these classes to create a unified understanding of what it means to be the church.  
Lent is usually a time when we focus on the cross and its affect on our lives.  Jesus went to the cross to save sinners like you and I.  Now Jesus desires for us to be on mission with Him and bring that good news to others. These conversations on Wednesday nights will help us get focused on sharing the good news of Jesus.  Please join us for worship and this important conversation.  

Pastor Rich