WHO WE ARE2018-04-30T16:27:42+00:00
Who We Are

CHURCH IN THE COMMUNITY…

Kings Church is a thriving, growing, multi-cultural Church based in Halifax, West Yorkshire. It is made up of people of all ages from all walks of life who share a common identity – a passion for Christ and His Kingdom.

Why not take some time to look over our website and see what is happening? Better still why not come and taste for yourself the goodness of God? We would love to have you come and be our special guest.

What to expect

Our service starts at 10:30am with praise and worship followed by the word of God.  We have a friendly welcome team to welcome you as you arrive, as we want you to feel welcomed at Kings, especially if you are a guest.

The whole community at Kings worship together. Following worship children and youth learn about God at their level. On the last Sunday of every month we have communion and we have full-immersion baptisms on a regular basis.

Once the service has finished at around 12:30pm you are invited to stay for refreshments at the Kings Coffee House.

INTRODUCING

THE LEADERSHIP TEAM…

Paul & Val McMahon

Senior Leader Paul and Val’s passion is to see the Church fulfill its God-given vision and to see the people reach their full potential as fully equipped and available ministers of the life of the Kingdom wherever they are planted.

Paul & Eve Clift

Paul and Eve have a heart to see the Kingdom of God invading this earth and to leave an inheritance for future generations of the church. They are Directors of the Healing Rooms of Halifax and are recognised as apostolic ministries by the International Association of Healing Rooms (IAHR) and ordained in 2008.

Neil Deakin

Neil is married to Alison with teenage children Joseph & Cerys. Last year he took up the role of youth pastor. Having studied fine art Neil went on to become a teacher. Whilst moving from education into corporate roles he has been involved with children’s and youth work throughout his adult life.

Peter Hamlett

Peter Hamlett was just seven when he decided to follow Jesus. He acknowledges however that it was many years before he grew up spiritually even though he was given leadership responsibilities at an early age within The Salvation Army, into which Peter was born and brought up.