We welcome you to come along on a Sunday morning. There is no dress code and the atmosphere is warm and easy. We begin at 10.30am with a chance to enjoy a cup of coffee and have a chat before the service begins at 11am.
The service begins with half an hour of worship led in a contemporary style, with a high level of energy and movement, but also including more reflective moments. The teachings are based on a Bible passage, and there’s often an opportunity to respond if desired, while the service finishes with more worship. We aim to finish by 12.30pm.
During term time the children and teens stay in for some of the worship, then leaders accompany their groups out for ministry and activities.
In August we have All-in services, so toddlers, children and teens stay in for the service. These are high energy, inclusive meetings for all ages, and are shorter and more interactive than the regular services.
Children & Teens
We explore faith and life in creative & fun ways, and within the context of Grace, Growth, Group, Gifts, and Good Stewardship.
- STEP & TREK For children age 5 to 11 years. Learning about God, caring for one another, and fun! We look at bits from the Bible together and discover further.
- Inspire meets on Sunday mornings – ages 12 to 16 years. This is a relaxed and welcoming time for young people in our church (and our lovely visitors!), where they explore how the love of God transforms their lives, and those of the people they do life with.
Babies & Toddlers
We have a Breakout area next to the main reception. This is a family-friendly area available at any point during the service which provides space for babies & toddlers to play freely while mums, dads & carers enjoy the service via a live feed. Baby changing facilities are available in the disabled toilet adjacent to this area.
The creche is for 3 to 4 year olds – a perfect little place for games, with toys and very friendly people!
The King’s Church Chesham is committed to safeguarding and Disclosure & Barring Service practices as per Thirtyone:eight (previously Churches’ Child Protection Advisory Service)