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Psalm 147: 3 says “He heals the broken hearted and binds up their wounds”.

At King’s Church we will provide a personal Celebration of Life service that is uniquely tailored to each individual family.

Our team offers support after bereavement should an individual or family request it to help them slowly through their journey of pain and grief.

Please contact:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 07716304206

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King’s Church CAP Job Club meets at Penwortham Community Centre Kingsfold Drive PR1 9EQ every Thursday 10.00am to 12.30pm ( term time only)

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The club is a friendly place where individuals will receive practical help as they actively seek employment. It’s a relaxed environment with the chance to meet other jobseekers, get support and gain the tools required to find work.

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Whether an individual has been unemployed for a short time, several years, or yet to enter employment, the team will help individuals create a plan that works.

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We use a unique mix of a practical course, one to one coaching and a supportive group to provide the support and help to make steps back to employment. The club has access to Wi-Fi, printing, laptops, free refreshment and course materials.

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 The Club is run by trained volunteers who understand the challenges faced by individuals looking for work, they want everyone to succeed. The team are led my Mark Willett, who has been managing the Club since 2011. If you would like further details see our dedicated web site www.theworkclub.org.uk or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for details. Alternatively drop along to the club, meet the team and find out more about the help that can be provided. 

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Find out more you can call free on 08003280006 (or call from mobiles may be cheaper on 01274760839)

image007Over the last 6-7 years King’s Church has developed a special involvement with Chinese and international students and staff at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN) in Preston.

Usually around 70-80 come to the introductory meetings and there may be 20 or more in church on a Sunday with 60-70 Chinese involved in the various housegroups.

Introductory Meetings...

Who for? International students and scholars
When? Tuesdays in September (see calendar)
Where? The Salvation Army in Preston, Harrington Street, Preston, PR1 7BN

  • free food
  • singing
  • small "skits"
  • words from past students
  • a talk translated into Mandarin
  • opportunities to meet some British people

Sunday Services...

  • open to those of any or no religion
  • friendly giving an opportunity to meet English people
  • a minibus leaves each Sunday at 10am from the Foster car park to take any students or visiting scholars who wish to go the 1.8 miles to where we meet
  • often we provide sermon notes in Mandarin as the talk is in English
  • overseas students who come are likely to be invited to someone's home

Housegroups...

  • meetings in homes with British & Internationals (some Mandarin translation)
  • refreshments
  • singing
  • a teaching session on Christianity & discussion
  • comparison between Chinese and British culture
  • English practise
  • Other Activities...
  • outings to the Lake District & Yorkshire
  • cycling trips
  • parties
  • other special events

For more info please visit: kingschurchchinese.com and flickr.com/kingschurchstudents

King's Kids Fun Club

children smilingWho for: primary school age children
When: Fridays 6pm-7.15pm (term time only)
Where: Penwortham Youth and Community Centre, Priory Lane, Penwortham
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The evening consists of a mix of crafts, games, baking and a Christian message.

 

 

 


King's Kids

Who for: children aged 3-10
When: Sundays 10.30am during the service
Where: Penwortham Girls' High School, Cop Lane, Penwortham
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The children stay in the service for the first 25-30 minutes, and then meet together for a time of singing, prayer and games followed by small group, age-related activities, where they can explore the Bible and develop their understanding of and relationship with God through teaching, craft, games and drama.

Toddler Group

tortoise toysWho for: all parents/carers with children from 0-4
When: Fridays 9.30am-10.45am & 11am-12.15pm (term time only)
Where: Penwortham Youth and Community Centre, Priory Lane
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Push along and ride upon toys - puzzles - small world toys - a book corner - crafts linked to a Bible story - songs and nursery rhymes -refreshments...

New members always welcome!! A good opportunity to meet and make new friends in a warm, relaxed and friendly atmosphere! 

All leaders over 16 are CRB cleared (now known as DBS) and the activities run in compliance with the church's safeguarding policy. If you have any concerns regarding the safety or welfare of a child/young person please contact Cath Whitehouse on 01772 745140 or you can ring CCPAS 0845 120 45 50

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Time out for Parents

Our Time Out for Parents course: The early years and the Teenage years are available now!