King of Kings Lutheran Church
1101 N. Wymore Road
Maitland, FL 32751
Sundays @ 10 am
Family Bible Time:
Sundays @ 9 am
- Sunday School (PreK-Grade 5 - School Library)
- ACTS (Grades 6-12 - Conference Room)
- Adult Bible Study (Sanctuary on Feb. 16!)
Midweek Bible Study:
Wednesdays @ 10:30 am
7 pm - Evangelism Team (Conference Room)
8:05 am - School Chapel
10:30 am - Midweek Bible Study (Conference Room)
10:30 am - Bible Information Class (White)
9 am - Family Bible Hour (SS/ACTS/ABS)
10 am - Worship w/ Lord's Supper
11:30 am - Call Meeting
Phil & Staci Warnecke
Holding Calls to serve as Grade 5 & K5 teachers @ Risen Savior Lutheran School - Milwaukee
Frank P., Jim L., and Sierra
Dealing with various health issues
Pr. Rod W.
Father of Phil W. - Continues to undergo treatment for cancer
Father of Suzi K. - Poor health due to pulmonary fibrosis
Jesus came to reconnect us to God, but why are we here? We are here to connect to God’s people by providing opportunities to grow together and gather together in Christian fellowship. The following devotion is adapted from Sunday's sermon on Acts 2:42-47 - Why Are We Here? To Connect to God's People. For the full text of the sermon, click on the title or listen to the sermon by clicking on the Messages from the King graphic below.
There’s something unique, even unusual about a Christian congregation that loves to spend time together as a family in Christ. You see, we live in a world where everyone is hyperconnected through social media and smartphones. We are available 24/7. We have all kinds of connections even around the world, but yet we all seem to be getting lonelier.
Lent Is Coming Soon! - Starting Ash Wednesday, February 26, we will begin the 40-day church season of Lent. Our theme for our midweek Lenten services will be The Son of God Goes Forth to War – Many picture Jesus as a gentle shepherd, guiding his sheep. Others see him as a glorious king, sitting on a heavenly throne. Yet Scripture pictures Jesus as a brave and often-opposed warrior against sin and death. Join us as we focus on the tremendous courage, humility, and power of our Savior Jesus. On Ash Wednesday, we begin the Lenten season with a focus on Christ—the promised warrior. We will celebrate the Holy Supper. A dinner will be provided @ 6 pm.
Martin Luther College Choir Concert - On Tuesday, March 3 @ 7 pm, King of Kings will be hosting the Martin Luther College Choir as part of their Spring Tour. Martin Luther College is our church body’s college of ministry where future pastors, teachers, and staff ministers are trained. This concert will take the place of our midweek Lenten service that week. We will have a special catered dinner in the Family Life Center @ 5:30 pm. Sign up to help with drinks and desserts! We will also provide overnight housing for the 62 members of the choir. Hosts are asked to provide breakfast and a sack lunch. Stop by the bulletin board in the foyer or contact Renee Zastrow to help us host one of the premiere choirs in our church body! To listen to some of their music, check out the videos below:
One Message, Multiple Options - We have been working hard to get our weekly sermon podcast up and running. As noted above, we've named it Messages from the King. Besides our podcast site (VisitKoK.com/Sermons), you can also subscribe to receive the newest sermons as they are posted on the following platforms:
Growing in Hope – Does the Bible really apply to my life? Where can I learn more about Jesus? How can I become part of the King of Kings family? How can I grow in my understanding of God’s Word? Pastor offers Bible Information Class to answer these questions and more! New sessions start all the time! If you interested in joining our next session, reply to this e-mail or contact Pastor!
An Encouraging Word: Instead, speaking the truth in love, we would in all things grow up into Christ, who is the head. From him the whole body, being joined and held together by every supporting ligament, grows in accordance with Christ’s activity when he measured out each individual part. He causes the growth of the body so that it builds itself up in love. (Ephesians 4:15-16)