want to see God help people out of addictions of every kind,
out of unhealthy relationships, depression, violence etc.
We are trying to bring His word to people who donít know him
and to be a practical support to those who need it.
are working closely with Family of God
Churches in central Africa to see how we can help each other.
Sadiki, the leader of Family of God, is often with us in Devon
bringing straightforward Bible teaching and an insight into
what God can do with those who will trust Him. We are specially
involved in bringing not only humanitarian aid but also practical
teaching on forgiveness and reconciliation to Rwanda, so badly
needed after the genocide of 1994. We are encouraging these
lovely people to serve the Lord and each other, and to honour
and help their church leaders. The work has grown to include
Congo, Burundi, Uganda, Tanzania and Kenya (so far!).
are especially welcome to come and meet with us at King's
Church! We meet at the Kingís building, Pixon Lane, Tavistock,
Devon (see map below).
are very important to God and to us. We would love to welcome
you for coffee and a chat before our family service with singing,
drama, stories, teaching and, sometimes, a lunch together.
We meet at 10.00am for prayer, have a coffee together at 10.30am,
with the service starting at 11.00am. Our regular meetings
are listed below.
Phone 01822 612100 or 616625 for more details
10.00am Prayer - 10.30am Coffee - 11.00am Service
Church lunch once a month
|Mondays & Wednesdays (every two weeks)
Home groups (7.30pm every other Monday, 2.30pm every other Wednesday)
|Wednesdays (every other two weeks)
Prayer group (2.30pm on the Wednesday that the home group's not on!)
can help you or if you would like to help us, then do contact
us on 01822 610570 / email@example.com,
Pastor: Colin & Joy Bond 01822 616625
Elder: Dave & Kathy Palmer 01822 612100
Treasurer: Vince & Shelly Edwards 01822 614091
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