Visitor's Guide


 

If you are visiting King of Kings for the first time, here are some helpful tidbits:

  • Some web-sites and some GPS coordinates put our location 2 miles south of where we really are, just north of Maitland Boulevard rather than Lee Road. Please use our “Directions to King of Kings” link for an accurate map.
  • Our Sunday worship is generally traditional in style. We have a high respect for the historic liturgy of the Church. At the same time, we recognize the freedom we have in Christ. Let the bulletin of the day guide you through our service.
  • There is no cost to attend. We do collect an offering during the worship service. However, visitors are not expected to give. If in your heart you would like to, we certainly welcome it.
  • The Lutheran Church is known as a singing church. Congregational singing is an important part of our worship. But again, join in only as much as you feel comfortable.
  • We practice membership (or ‘close’) communion. If you are visiting and would like to take Communion, please speak with the pastor well before the service.
  • We encourage children to be a part of the worship service. However, if a child becomes a distraction to others, our lobby has speakers and a children’s area.
  • Our adult Bible class, Sunday school, and teen group meet at 9:00 am on Sunday mornings. Adults and children meet in our Family Life Center. Teens meet in the office area.
  • If you are visiting during the week, please come to the office door near the playground.
  • There are restrooms in the narthex (entry room), including a changing table in the larger ladies' restroom.
  • We have a Wednesday evening service, 7 pm. This service is less formal and more interactive.
  • There are a few “visitor parking” spaces near the door.