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!

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Kingdom Faith Church
Foundry Lane
West Sussex, RH13 5PX


+44 (0) 1403 275025

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Holy Trinity School
Buckswood Drive
West Sussex, RH11 8JE


+44 (0) 1293 854601

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Dragon Hall Community Centre
17 Stukeley Street
London, WC2B 5LT


+44 (0) 7976 724 189

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The Summit
St Nicholas Street
Yorkshire, YO11 2HF


+44 (0) 1723 374516

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Crescent House
3-7 The Mount
Somerset, TA1 3NR


+44 (0) 1823 664186

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Exhibition Hall
Worthing College
Hill Barn Lane
Worthing, BN14 9FD


+44 (0) 1903 253105

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going deeper ...to go further

Throughout 2018 we’re reading 3 chapters of the Bible every day; one from the New Testament, one from the Old Testament and one from the Psalms.

As we read through the New Testament let’s fix our eyes on Jesus and be built up in our faith in Him. As we journey through the Old Testament we’re reading God’s story of redemption and unfailing love. Through the Psalms we get a glimpse of God’s greatness and majesty - it’s the perfect place to pause, reflect and worship, as we turn everything going on around us into praise.

  • ACT 21 Acts 21
  • 2SAM 17 2 Samuel 17
  • PSA 21 Psalm 21
  • Paul sets sail again1After this emotional farewell, we set sail first to Cos, then on the following day to Rhodes and from there to Patara.2When we found a ship bound for Phoenicia, we boarded and set sail.3We passed to the south of Cyprus and sailed to Syria, landing at Tyre where our ship was to unload its cargo.4We met with the disciples there and stayed for a week with them. Through prophesies from God's Spirit they told Paul not to go to Jerusalem.5Despite this we returned to the ship when it was time to set sail. All the disciples, together with their families, escorted us out of the city and knelt with us on the beach to pray.6After greeting each other we boarded the ship and they returned home.7From Tyre we continued our journey to Ptolemais, where we landed and were greeted by the believers.8We spent the day with them before leaving for Caesarea, where we stayed with Philip the evangelist, one of the seven set apart by the apostles.9He had four unmarried daughters, all of whom prophesied.Agabus prophesies Paul's fate10When we had been there a few days, a prophet from Judea named Agabus arrived.11He came over to us, took hold of Paul's belt and tied his own hands and feet with it, declaring: "The Holy Spirit says, 'This is how the Jewish leaders in Jerusalem will bind the owner of this belt and deliver him to the Gentile authorities!'"12On hearing this, both we and the local people begged Paul not to go to Jerusalem.13But Paul was adamant. "Why weep like this?" he asked. "Are you trying to break my heart? I am prepared not only to be bound but to die in Jerusalem for the sake of the Lord Jesus."14Because he would not be swayed by anything we said, we surrendered to the inevitable saying: "May the Lord's will be done."Paul returns to Jerusalem15Then we prepared ourselves for the journey to Jerusalem.16Some of the Caesarean believers accompanied us and took us to the home of Mnason, one of the early disciples from Cyprus, and we stayed there with him.17When we arrived in Jerusalem the believers there welcomed us with joy.18On the following day we went with Paul to visit James and all the elders of the church.19Having greeted them, Paul gave a detailed report of all that God had done among the Gentiles through his ministry.20They gave God the glory for what they heard and then told of the many thousands of Jews who had become believers. "And all of them are truly obedient to the law of God," they said.21"But they have been told that you teach the Jews who live in Gentile lands that they do not have to keep the law of Moses, that they should not circumcise their children nor live by our customs.22What shall we do? Your coming faces us with a dilemma.23"This is what we suggest: Four men in the church here have taken a vow.24Go with these men to the temple, join with them in the purification ceremony and pay for them to have their heads shaved. This will prove to everyone that there is no truth in the rumours about you, and that you yourself live in obedience to the law.25"We have already written about our decision as far as Gentile believers are concerned, that they should not eat food that has been sacrificed to idols nor the meat of strangled animals. They should not drink blood and must refrain from sexual immorality."26So on the following day Paul went with the men and took part in the purification ceremony. At the temple he announced publicly that when the time of their vows expired, the appropriate offering would be made for each of them.27When the seven days of purification were nearly completed, some Jews from the province of Asia saw Paul in the temple and stirred up a large crowd by shouting:28"Men of Israel, help us! Here is the man who teaches against our law and this temple everywhere he goes. Not only that, but he has defiled this sacred place by bringing Gentiles into the temple."29Earlier they had seen the Ephesian, Trophimus, with Paul in the city and had assumed that he had brought him into the temple.Paul arrested at the temple30The discontent spread rapidly and people came running from every direction. They seized hold of Paul and dragged him out of the temple. The gates were then shut.31However, while they were trying to kill him, news of the disturbance that had now spread to the whole city reached the Roman commander.32Immediately he led a troop of officers and soldiers to where the crowd had gathered. When those involved in the riots saw the commander and his soldiers, they stopped beating Paul.33When he arrived at the scene the commander arrested Paul and ordered him to be bound with two chains. He then asked about his identity and crime; but some in the crowd shouted one thing and some another.34Because of the confusion the commander could not find out the truth and ordered Paul to be taken to the barracks.35But when they reached the steps, the crowd became so violent that Paul had to be lifted clear by the soldiers.36Still the crowd followed shouting: "Take him and kill him!"Paul addresses the crowd37As they neared the barracks, Paul asked the commander: "May I speak with you?" The commander was surprised that Paul spoke Greek.38"I thought you were the Egyptian who started the revolt of four thousand terrorists in the desert some time ago!"39Paul replied: "No, I am a Jew from Tarsus in Cilicia, a city of note. Please allow me to speak to the people."40The commander consented and Paul stood on the steps and motioned to the crowd to be quiet. When they were all silent he addressed them in Aramaic:
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  • 1Ahithophel said to Absalom, “I would choose twelve thousand men and set out tonight in pursuit of David. 2I would attack him while he is weary and weak. I would strike him with terror, and then all the people with him will flee. I would strike down only the king 3and bring all the people back to you. The death of the man you seek will mean the return of all; all the people will be unharmed.” 4This plan seemed good to Absalom and to all the elders of Israel. 5But Absalom said, “Summon also Hushai the Arkite, so we can hear what he has to say as well.” 6When Hushai came to him, Absalom said, “Ahithophel has given this advice. Should we do what he says? If not, give us your opinion.” 7Hushai replied to Absalom, “The advice Ahithophel has given is not good this time. 8You know your father and his men; they are fighters, and as fierce as a wild bear robbed of her cubs. Besides, your father is an experienced fighter; he will not spend the night with the troops. 9Even now, he is hidden in a cave or some other place. If he should attack your troops first, whoever hears about it will say, ‘There has been a slaughter among the troops who follow Absalom.’ 10Then even the bravest soldier, whose heart is like the heart of a lion, will melt with fear, for all Israel knows that your father is a fighter and that those with him are brave. 11“So I advise you: Let all Israel, from Dan to Beersheba—as numerous as the sand on the seashore—be gathered to you, with you yourself leading them into battle. 12Then we will attack him wherever he may be found, and we will fall on him as dew settles on the ground. Neither he nor any of his men will be left alive. 13If he withdraws into a city, then all Israel will bring ropes to that city, and we will drag it down to the valley until not so much as a pebble is left.” 14Absalom and all the men of Israel said, “The advice of Hushai the Arkite is better than that of Ahithophel.” For the Lord had determined to frustrate the good advice of Ahithophel in order to bring disaster on Absalom. 15Hushai told Zadok and Abiathar, the priests, “Ahithophel has advised Absalom and the elders of Israel to do such and such, but I have advised them to do so and so. 16Now send a message at once and tell David, ‘Do not spend the night at the fords in the wilderness; cross over without fail, or the king and all the people with him will be swallowed up.’” 17Jonathan and Ahimaaz were staying at En Rogel. A female servant was to go and inform them, and they were to go and tell King David, for they could not risk being seen entering the city. 18But a young man saw them and told Absalom. So the two of them left at once and went to the house of a man in Bahurim. He had a well in his courtyard, and they climbed down into it. 19His wife took a covering and spread it out over the opening of the well and scattered grain over it. No one knew anything about it. 20When Absalom’s men came to the woman at the house, they asked, “Where are Ahimaaz and Jonathan?”The woman answered them, “They crossed over the brook.” The men searched but found no one, so they returned to Jerusalem. 21After they had gone, the two climbed out of the well and went to inform King David. They said to him, “Set out and cross the river at once; Ahithophel has advised such and such against you.” 22So David and all the people with him set out and crossed the Jordan. By daybreak, no one was left who had not crossed the Jordan. 23When Ahithophel saw that his advice had not been followed, he saddled his donkey and set out for his house in his hometown. He put his house in order and then hanged himself. So he died and was buried in his father’s tomb. 24David went to Mahanaim, and Absalom crossed the Jordan with all the men of Israel. 25Absalom had appointed Amasa over the army in place of Joab. Amasa was the son of Jether, an Ishmaelite who had married Abigail, the daughter of Nahash and sister of Zeruiah the mother of Joab. 26The Israelites and Absalom camped in the land of Gilead. 27When David came to Mahanaim, Shobi son of Nahash from Rabbah of the Ammonites, and Makir son of Ammiel from Lo Debar, and Barzillai the Gileadite from Rogelim 28brought bedding and bowls and articles of pottery. They also brought wheat and barley, flour and roasted grain, beans and lentils, 29honey and curds, sheep, and cheese from cows’ milk for David and his people to eat. For they said, “The people have become exhausted and hungry and thirsty in the wilderness.”
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  • For the director of music. A psalm of David.1The king rejoices in your strength, Lord. How great is his joy in the victories you give! 2You have granted him his heart’s desire and have not withheld the request of his lips.3You came to greet him with rich blessings and placed a crown of pure gold on his head.4He asked you for life, and you gave it to him— length of days, for ever and ever.5Through the victories you gave, his glory is great; you have bestowed on him splendor and majesty.6Surely you have granted him unending blessings and made him glad with the joy of your presence.7For the king trusts in the Lord; through the unfailing love of the Most High he will not be shaken. 8Your hand will lay hold on all your enemies; your right hand will seize your foes.9When you appear for battle, you will burn them up as in a blazing furnace.The Lord will swallow them up in his wrath, and his fire will consume them.10You will destroy their descendants from the earth, their posterity from mankind.11Though they plot evil against you and devise wicked schemes, they cannot succeed.12You will make them turn their backs when you aim at them with drawn bow. 13Be exalted in your strength, Lord; we will sing and praise your might.
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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.

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