Sundays at 10:15am
Mission: Our mission is to build a community that gathers around the person and teachings of Jesus, grows in the gospel of Jesus, and glorifies the name of Jesus as we make disciples, share life together, worship, and show mercy to the broken in eastern Loudoun County.
“Look for the helpers...”
As a church family, we serve together for God’s glory. We are praying for you as you face the uncertainty of the coming weeks. Together we can love the vulnerable in our community and help those in need.
This weekend! Student Ministry Night Out!
Play date at Udvar Hazy tomorrow! 🚀
Men’s Bible study meets this Tuesday night. We will continue to discuss the J-Curve together.
But God, being rich in mercy, because of the great love with which he loved us, even when we were dead in our trespasses, made us alive together with Christ-by grace you have been saved- and raised us up with him and seated us with him in the heavenly places in Christ Jesus
Sunday is such a special day! Let’s gather to worship our great God together!
A quick reminder to set you clocks forward! See you in the morning, 10:15am at Stone Bridge High School for worship.
Communicants meet in the library at 9:15. ⏰
The season of Lent is a time of anticipation, in which we prepare ourselves to celebrate Jesus’ life, death and resurrection on behalf of God’s people.
These days we may seek to intentionally re-orient our affections and longings to follow Christ, who spent 40 days in the wilderness fasting. We are praying that you would individually and that we will corporately, deepen our understanding of God’s provision for us in Jesus as we prepare to celebrate Easter.
In this passage, the word “but” tells us there has been a transition; everything before it explains how the kingdom of self operates. This verse demonstrates the struggle between two kingdoms that campaign and wage war in our hearts.
We were made to worship, we ARE worshippers and will worship something. But because of fall, we now place value on other things and often give them higher importance than God, the One we were designed to treasure. Our words and actions demonstrate what is important to us, but this isn’t merely about our behavior, but what our behavior puts on display—which kingdom we are living for and what we truly worship. This flows from our hearts.
Make time over the next few weeks to consider if you have attached your identity, purpose, and inner sense of security to the earthly treasures which are part of the kingdom of self or to the heavenly treasures of the kingdom of God.
Women’s Bible study continues this week. Our Psalms studies meet tonight or Thursday morning (see image) and our Garden to Glory study gathers this Saturday at 8:45am at Ridgetop Coffee and Tea to look at Lesson 7 - The Hero Arrives.
We hope that you will be able to join us so that as we gather, we may grow and continue to glorify Him!
As a church plant, we are committed to studying God’s Word together and prayerfully considering how to apply it to our lives. While Sundays can feel transitional and our lives may be full of change, God’s Word remains true and unchanging—an anchor for our lives and lamp to our feet.
We love to see how God shows up as we gather together! Come and join us over the upcoming weeks as we look at the book of Ephesians together, at 10:15am.
This morning Pastor Chris Sicks joined us and preached, All in Together: With One Voice. It is a beautiful thing to see God draw us into community through the gospel.
#lovewhereyoulive @ Ashburn, Virginia
On Sundays, we gather to worship the Lord our God.
He is worthy of our praise, the Author of life and the orchestrator of our redemption.
We come to him as the all-powerful, all-knowing One. Looking to Him, by faith we can lay our limitedness before Him and find rest for our souls in His sovereign and good rule. His worthiness leads us to worship and joy!
We often live life as if Jesus + ______ will bring fulfillment, but the Bible shows us that the good news is that Jesus is enough! He is the fulfillment, sustainer and giver of all that we need even as we live in this world still impacted by the Fall. He the Promised One who offers life, joy, hope and peace.
Today, as you consider your circumstances, think about if you have made Jesus part of the equation. Everything that we need and long for us already ours in Christ. Just as the Father in Luke 15 told his eldest son, “everything I have is yours.” .
This changes everything. We don’t merit God’s blessing, but instead, you are invited to receive it by grace. You are deeply loved! You do not need to look elsewhere. Look to and celebrate what is already yours in Jesus.
If you have questions about why this is true, please let us know.
Photos from King's Cross Church's post
Students, this Sunday, we will be combining classes as we look at Mark 12, and Lesson 7 in our book!
🎒 We believe everything that we have has been given to us to by God in love and it a blessing to share. We have been supplied with all that we need, and it is our joy to support others in our community in love.
If you would like more information about how to join the backpack buddies team, please let us know! @kingscrossva
This morning, our Children’s Church classes were learning about how God hears every one of our prayers! 🎈
We are thankful for teachers who share the truth of God’s love with our children! @ King's Cross Church
The beauty of the gospel is that it transforms us and transfers our citizenship to the Kingdom of God. We are thankful for @brheiney who shared about the declarations of the power of the call of Christ. Everything about ourselves and what we have been given belong to Him.
It is amazing to see this lived out by everyone in the community. We are grateful for you and what God is doing.
@ King's Cross Church
Join us this morning as we gather to worship at 10:15 at Stone Bridge High School. Each person is important and valued, and together we lift our voices and surrender our lives to serve our great and generous King.
What a privilege it is that we can join with the saints to celebrate the goodness and steadfast love of the Lord!
We ❤️ our King’s Kids! And we love telling them about the steadfast love of the King!
thank you to our volunteers who make every Sunday special and possible. The gospel changes everything!
Tomorrow!! 🎶 📚 🎉 PLAYDATE!
Newcomer’s Lunch • Share the Love Sunday
Thankful to worship together.
#gathergrowglorify @ King's Cross Church
💕Share the Love Sunday tomorrow! 💕
Please bring Valentines to share with our friends at LAWS and Ashby Ponds.
📣 Calling all King’s Cross Students!!
Join us on Feb 28th at Atomic Trampoline followed by Rita’s and at The Zone on March 13th for Laser Tag followed by a trip to burger21.
We love all of our brothers and sisters at King’s Cross Church and in our community! People do not just have needs to be met but beautiful gifts to share! Thankful for Stephanie Hubach who has so much to share about the ways we can love, support and celebrate those that we know who have disabilities.
We will be sharing Valentines with our friends at Ashby Ponds and @lawslcsj again this year. This afternoon, our children started creating cards to share! Bring some this coming Sunday!
#valentines @ King's Cross Church
Thank you church for the best Chili Cook Off yet! We love spending time with you! 🔥
We hope to see you tomorrow for our annual Chili Cook Off after the service! 🥣
Mark your calendars for our Student Ministry Jump Night at Atomic Trampoline followed by Rita’s 🍦! The cost is $17 for an hour of jumping. If you need a ride, please contact us @kingscrossva
This Sunday is Youth In Mark! 📖
We will be looking at Lesson 6 in Mark: How Jesus Changes Everything and the 11th chapter of the Gospel of Mark together!
🥄 Also, our students have one the chili cook off in the past, so feel free to bring some heat to the competition! 🌶
You are always welcome to jump in to one of our women’s Bible studies! We have a number of groups meeting during the next week!
Send a message to @kingscrossva for more information!
🥣 The chili cook off is this Sunday! Join us after church with your award-winning entry. This is one of our favorite times of fellowship of the year, and there is always room for more! 🌶
So grateful to have Matthew DeLong preach for us this morning!
Make King’s Cross Church a part of your story this weekend. Special location!
Join us for Women’s Bible study this week! What a privilege it is to gather together and study God’s Word. We have grown as a community and as children of God.
Our Monday Bible study met for lunch this Martin Luther King Jr. Day. @ Ashby Ponds
“The person who loves those around them will create community.” Dietrich Bonhoeffer
You are welcome here! Community is important to us. God has made us for community, so we talk about it a lot. We celebrate what God is doing in our messiness. Every Sunday morning we get a glimpse of the redemption that he is bringing.
Sunday mornings are special times of worship, and they are also special because we see a community of people serve each other and love each other as they glorify God.
Today, Kristin Drum stepped into the role of Women’s Ministry Presbytery Coordinator for the Potomac Presbytery. Please pray for her and the churches she will be serving and supporting in the new role!
King's Cross Church
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Our communicants class covered questions 15 & 16 in the New City Catechism.
They used this exercise to consider how sin fractures their relationship with God.
We are so grateful for our teachers who instruct our children! We know it is important to help them lay a strong biblical foundation.
It’s looking pretty snowy so our activities for the evening are cancelled. Please stay safe. Women’s Bible study will meet at Panera in Ryan Park in two weeks.
A new semester of study has started. These are some of the ladies we get to study the Bible with on Mondays!
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