are always looking for talented singers & musicians to lead
worship on Sunday evenings and at Family Services. Contact M-J
Church Choir meets for practices every Thursday evening at 18:30.
Our Choir plays an important part in Sunday Worship as well
as other Services that may take place. There is a Sung Evensong
when there is a 5th Sunday in a month. For these Evensongs we
link with other churches in the Diocese and alternate the venue.
If you enjoy singing and would like to be part of this choir
please contact Gill 083-772-1957.
offer a vital service to worshippers. Contact Charles (011) 818-4665.
very exciting development in the life of the Parish has been
the development of an additional Ladies Group. These ladies
meet every 2nd Sunday after the Church Service and is headed
by Bonnie Mhambi who can be contacted at 011 366 1426
Kidz (Junior worship)
aged 3-13 will find King’s Kidz stimulating, relevant
and informative – just the place to be to learn
all about Jesus at their level. Join us each Sunday
during term time at 08h15.
Contact Neil 083-212-9454.
evening ladies’ group meet on the second Monday of each
month. They have lots of fun and work very hard for the parish
and community. Contact Liz (011) 818-1618.
another exciting development has been the formation in the Parish
of a Men’s Group which meets every 1st Saturday of every
month at 08:00. Each session begins with a Bible Study after
which the guys tackle projects at the Church or at Kwasa. Their
latest activity has been the laying of a concrete path in front
of classrooms at Kwasa. Your contact for this group is Don at
you feel called to serve God by quietly cleaning and polishing
and preparing the things of the altar etc, then contact Francis
Allen (011) 818-1543 if you would like to help welcome people
to the church and seat them comfortably.
ladies’ group meets once a month on a Thursday morning
after the Eucharist. Like Mary’s and Martha’s they
work extremely hard raising money for parish projects and the
community. Contact Audrey (011) 813-1734.
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