What is it like to worship with King's Cross? Think of gatherings with King's Cross like meeting with friends. The gospel calls us into a community of people who are seeking to treat each other as those created in God's image, bearing a mark of divine dignity and believing in His perfect promise to make us new. When thinking about worship, consider these three things: historical connectedness, present comprehensibility, and an orientation around God's promise to renew our souls, families, communities, and world. We invite you to join us at 10:00 am every Sunday at Smith Middle School
A Link for the directions and our covid 19 guidelines is listed below.
BEFORE THE SERVICE
Check-in at the Welcome Table
DURING THE SERVICE
WHEN DOES WORSHIP START?
Our worship service begins at 10:00 a.m. Please come a little early so you can meet some new people and give yourself a chance to find a place to sit without rushing.
WHAT ABOUT MY KIDS?
Your kiddos are precious to Jesus, and we are so thankful for the opportunity to join with you in loving and caring for each one of them. During the worship service we provide:
Nursery - for infants through 4 years. It is available every Sunday through the year. Children can be dropped off beginning at 9:30am and picked up as late as 11:45am.
King’s Kids Worship Guides - These are available during worship for younger children. Our King’s Kids WG help keep young hands busy while following along during the worship service. These are located at the Connection table.
WHAT AM I REQUIRED TO DO?
Come. Worship. Rest. As you gather with us we hope that you will be encouraged to use your gifts and talents to participate in some way!
AFTER THE WORSHIP SERVICE
All the things we are able to experience and participate in as God’s people cannot be done on a Sunday morning. We are called by Jesus to go out and be his disciples by Loving God, Loving People and Loving Cypress. Whether you are getting together for a dinner with the neighbors, heading to your Life Group, a Women’s or Men’s Ministry event, getting involved in a service project or helping out some friends we want to be a reflection of Jesus in our community and to our world. We are dismissed each week by declaring to God and each other:
“LET US GO FORTH TO LOVE AND SERVE CYPRESS AND THE WORLD AS THOSE WHO LOVE OUR LORD AND SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST!”