Our Sunday morning gatherings begin at 10.30 a.m. and is a time to share in the presence of God as a church family. Each week we will typically have a time of praise, worship and singing together followed by a message where we learn together from God’s Word, the Bible, about how He wants us to live. During the message there are dedicated activities for children and youth to engage in. We also offer opportunities for people to receive prayer ministry as the Holy Spirit leads. After the meeting we serve tea and coffee which provides an opportunity to chat and get to know people. If you are visiting our welcoming team will do their best to make you feel at home!
As a local church, we are grateful to be a part of the wider body of Christ and to play our part in God’s bigger plans and purposes in the world today for our local area.
From time to time we connect with Romney Marsh Community Church and Ramsgate Christian Fellowship for regional activities. We are also actively involved with Churches Together in Folkestone and also work alongside/with the churches represented in Hythe.
At a wider level we are part of the Salt and Light family who have many churches across the country and internationally. We are very grateful for the apostolic leadership our elders receive through these relationships and seeing how God is using us as part of a wider movement across the country. As part of the Salt & Light UK vision, Spheres were set up in 2017 (groups of churches within the Salt & Light UK family). So SKCC is now joined with 10 other Salt & Light churches in the South/South East region to a Sphere known as FORGE. For further information go to www.forgesphere.org
As part of FORGE Sphere there is opportunity to gather at events such as The Big Church Day Out https://bigchurchdayout.com/south and also at Transform http://www.saltlight.org/uk/ which is a family camp for the wider Salt & Light family.
We are also part of the Evangelical Alliance who represent nearly 2 million evangelical christians across the UK.
The EA connect people for a shared mission, whether it’s nurturing a church culture which is increasingly confident in the gospel, getting involved in community action or lobbying the government for a better society. They inform and inspire Christians with resources, analysis and articles about our society, what the church is doing and how they can get involved. They also represent evangelicals to the media, presenting God’s truth with grace and telling good news stories about the difference Christians are making