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Hi and welcome to Kingdom Faith Church!

We’re Christians from loads of different cultures and backgrounds with one thing in common...we love Jesus Christ!

We’re passionate about Jesus and worshipping Him and for us that’s what life is all about! Our desire is to know God more and to help everyone discover how amazing He is!

Whether you’re new to Jesus, new to Church or just visting you are very welcome at Kingdom Faith Church...we hope you feel at home!

If you’re thinking of visiting one of our services we’d love to see you. Come as you are, wearing whatever you like and if you have any questions ask one of the connect team when you arrive. We’d also love to invite you to our next Open House where you can meet some new people from the Church - click below for more information.

sundays (Launching 07 April)

Join us on Sunday evenings from 6:30pm-8pm at Woodlands Meed School, Burgess Hill

Sunday evening is our opportunity to come together as a family and celebrate all that God is, all that He’s done and to kick start the week in an atmosphere of faith, hope and love. Bring a mate, come expectant...it’s what Sundays were made for!

Kevin & Sharon Vandeput

“We’re so excited about what God wants to do in this town and we can’t wait to meet you!”

Kevin & Sharon Vandeput
Burgess Hill Congregation Leaders

Church isn’t somewhere where we go - it’s who we are!

Small Groups are the relational heart of the Church - it’s where people connect, share life and grow together. If you want to meet new people and get plugged in why not join a Smal Group?

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What’s your next step?

Take the next Step on your journey with God...

As we move through the year we will be building a Discipleship Pathway for people into the life and culture of the Church, so that each one of us grows and becomes more effective in making a difference in our lives, in our families and in the world around us.

Know God
Live in Freedom
Discover Purpose
Make a Difference
Got questions about life? Tuesday nights in Caffè Nero 07 Feb - 04 Apr. Click for more info

Upcoming Events

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21Mar

Alpha

7pm @ Caffè Nero, Burgess Hill

If you've got questions about life, Jesus and the Christian faith, we invite you to join us and try alpha.

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Caffè Nero, 31 Church Rd, Burgess Hill, RH15 9BB

22Mar

United

7:30pm @ Foundry Lane, Horsham

Do you go to secondary school or college? If so then United is for you! We meet up each week on Friday nights in The HUB at Foundry Lane during term time. It's our main youth meet-up of the week and is a time for meeting friends, making new ones, fun, laughs, worship, Word and advice for life!

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Foundry Lane, Horsham, West Sussex, RH13 5PX

24Mar

Baptism Celebration

4pm @ Foundry Lane, Horsham

Join us as we gather together to celebrate with all those getting baptised this afternoon.

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Foundry Lane, Horsham, West Sussex, RH13 5PX

28Mar

Alpha

7pm @ Caffè Nero, Burgess Hill

If you've got questions about life, Jesus and the Christian faith, we invite you to join us and try alpha.

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Caffè Nero, 31 Church Rd, Burgess Hill, RH15 9BB

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going deeper ...to go further

This month we’re focusing our daily readings on scriptures about prayer alongside reading a Psalm each day and a chapter from Acts. Prayer is about relationship. In prayer we learn to hear God’s voice and speak His will into our circumstances with faith to see His Kingdom come and His will done here on earth as it is in heaven.

Let’s spend some time everyday reading, applying and praying these scriptures over our lives so that we can go deeper and further in His purposes for us. Below you’ll see what we’re reading today.

  • MAR 11:24-25 Mark 11:24-25
  • ACT 19 Acts 19
  • PSA 109 Psalm 109
  • 24So I tell you, no matter what you ask in prayer, believe it is yours already, and it will be yours!25"Whenever you pray, it is essential that you forgive anyone against whom you hold anything; for then your heavenly Father will also forgive you all your sins.
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  • Corinthians baptised in the Spirit1While Apollos was in Corinth, Paul took the inland route to Ephesus.2There he found a group of disciples to whom he put the question: "When you believed, did you receive the Holy Spirit?" "No," they replied, "We have not heard anything about the Holy Spirit."3So Paul then asked them: "Then what baptism have you received?" "John's baptism," they replied.4Paul explained: "John's baptism was for repentance. But he made it clear to people that they were to believe in the One who was to come after him, Jesus."5On realising this, they were baptised into the name of the Lord Jesus.6-7Then Paul laid his hands on them, praying for the Holy Spirit to come upon them. When he did so, all twelve spoke in tongues and prophesied.8Paul spoke boldly in the synagogue for three months, arguing persuasively about God's Kingdom.9But some of the Jews obstinately refused to believe and openly insulted the Way. So, together with those who had become disciples, Paul left the synagogue and began daily meetings in the lecture hall of Tyrannus.10They continued to meet there for two years, enabling both Jews and Greeks who lived in the province of Asia to hear the Lord's Word.God works miracles through Paul11God worked amazing miracles through Paul.12When handkerchiefs or cloths that he had touched were laid on the sick they were healed of their diseases and set free from demonic oppression.13Some Jewish teachers who travelled from place to place tried to use the name of the Lord Jesus to drive out evil spirits. They said such things as, "In the name of Jesus whom Paul preaches, I command you to come out."14The seven sons of Sceva, the Jewish chief priest, tried this.15One day an evil spirit answered back, "Jesus I know and Paul I know about, but who are you to command me?"16Then the man with the evil spirit leaped on them and overpowered all seven. They were attacked so violently that they fled naked from the house with their wounds bleeding.Fear of God grips people of Ephesus17When both the Jews and Greeks who lived in Ephesus heard of this, the fear of God came on them and they highly honoured the name of the Lord Jesus.18As a result, many of the believers were moved to confess their sins openly.19Those who had been involved with occult practices brought their books of so-called magic and burned them publicly. The scrolls that were destroyed were reckoned to be worth a fortune.20So God's Word was spread more and more widely and became increasingly influential and powerful in its effect.21Later, Paul decided to go to Jerusalem, taking the route through Macedonia and Asia. "After I have been to Jerusalem, I must visit Rome," he said.22He sent two of his assistants, Timothy and Erastus, to Macedonia while he spent a further short period in Asia.Idol maker stirs riot against Paul23It was around this time that a great controversy arose concerning the Way.24Demetrius was a silversmith who made silver shrines of the goddess Artemis, a business that involved several craftsmen.25He called them and workers in other related trades together and said: "Fellow workers, you know we prosper financially from this business.26But you have both seen for yourselves and have heard how this man Paul has persuaded large numbers of people here in Ephesus and in nearly the whole province of Asia to depart from the worship of the gods. He says that man-made gods are not gods at all.27Our trade is in great danger and will lose its good reputation. Even the temple of the great goddess Artemis will become discredited and the goddess herself, who is worshipped not only in Asia but throughout the world, will be robbed of her divine honour."28These words so angered them that they began shouting: "Artemis of the Ephesians is great!"29It was not long before the whole city was in an uproar. The people seized Gaius and Aristarchus, who had travelled with Paul from Macedonia, and dragged them to the theatre.30Paul wanted to address the crowd but the other disciples wouldn't allow him to do so.31Even some of their provincial officials, as well as their friends, sent Paul a message imploring him not to go near the theatre.32The crowd there was in complete confusion, shouting contradictory things. Most did not even know why they were there.33The Jews pushed Alexander forward to be their spokesman, wanting him to explain their position. He called for silence so that he could defend their cause.34But when the crowd realised he was a Jew, they shouted for two hours: "Great is Artemis of the Ephesians!"35Finally the city clerk managed to quieten the crowd and said: "People of Ephesus, the whole world knows that the city of Ephesus is the guardian of the temple of the great Artemis, whose image fell from heaven.36This fact is undeniable; so you ought to be quiet and not take matters into your own hands.37These men who have been brought here have neither robbed our temples nor have they blasphemed our goddess.38"So if Demetrius and his fellow craftsmen have some charge to bring against anyone, the courts are available and there are proconsuls to judge such matters. That is the right way to press charges.39If there are any other matters of dispute they must be settled according to our legal system.40As it is, we are in danger of being charged ourselves. Because of what has happened today we could be charged with causing a riot. If that was the case we could give no adequate explanation for all this commotion, for there is no reason for it."41He then dismissed the crowd.
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  • For the director of music. Of David. A psalm.1My God, whom I praise, do not remain silent,2for people who are wicked and deceitful have opened their mouths against me; they have spoken against me with lying tongues.3With words of hatred they surround me; they attack me without cause.4In return for my friendship they accuse me, but I am a man of prayer.5They repay me evil for good, and hatred for my friendship. 6Appoint someone evil to oppose my enemy; let an accuser stand at his right hand.7When he is tried, let him be found guilty, and may his prayers condemn him.8May his days be few; may another take his place of leadership.9May his children be fatherless and his wife a widow.10May his children be wandering beggars; may they be driven from their ruined homes.11May a creditor seize all he has; may strangers plunder the fruits of his labor.12May no one extend kindness to him or take pity on his fatherless children.13May his descendants be cut off, their names blotted out from the next generation.14May the iniquity of his fathers be remembered before the Lord; may the sin of his mother never be blotted out.15May their sins always remain before the Lord, that he may blot out their name from the earth. 16For he never thought of doing a kindness, but hounded to death the poor and the needy and the brokenhearted.17He loved to pronounce a curse— may it come back on him.He found no pleasure in blessing— may it be far from him.18He wore cursing as his garment; it entered into his body like water, into his bones like oil.19May it be like a cloak wrapped about him, like a belt tied forever around him.20May this be the Lord’s payment to my accusers, to those who speak evil of me. 21But you, Sovereign Lord, help me for your name’s sake; out of the goodness of your love, deliver me.22For I am poor and needy, and my heart is wounded within me.23I fade away like an evening shadow; I am shaken off like a locust.24My knees give way from fasting; my body is thin and gaunt.25I am an object of scorn to my accusers; when they see me, they shake their heads. 26Help me, Lord my God; save me according to your unfailing love.27Let them know that it is your hand, that you, Lord, have done it.28While they curse, may you bless; may those who attack me be put to shame, but may your servant rejoice.29May my accusers be clothed with disgrace and wrapped in shame as in a cloak. 30With my mouth I will greatly extol the Lord; in the great throng of worshipers I will praise him.31For he stands at the right hand of the needy, to save their lives from those who would condemn them.
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  • S.O.A.P.

    In order to go further in the mission God has given us, He said we need to go deeper in our relationship with Him. As with any tree or plant, the fruit is determined by the health and depth of the root. One way we have been going deeper is by reading and journaling through the Word every day. We’ve called it S.O.A.P.

    [S]cripture - Read the Word
    [O]bservation - Write down what God is saying/showing you
    [A]pplication - How do we apply this in our lives?
    [P]rayer - Pray through and over your life

    As we read the Word (Scripture), listen to the Holy Spirit (Observation), discover how to apply that to our lives (Application) and pray these things over our lives and those in the Church (Prayer) we’re going deeper in our relationship with God so that we can go further in the mission He’s given us.

    Throughout the rest of the year we’ll be continuing our Bible Reading Plan to press deeper into God so that we can go further in His purposes. Get yourself a Bible, a journal and a pen and SOAP your way through the scriptures!

    You can see which chapters we’re reading today above this section.

VisionSunday06 Jan

Watch the message from our Senior Pastor, Clive Urquhart, to hear what God is saying to us as a Church for this coming year.

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