One initiative is to visit one another's church so starting Sunday, January 12, KOG will be joining Luther Memorial at their 9:00 a.m.worship service. Their church is located at 2840 S 84th St, West Allis. (Luther Memorial also welcomes us to a Saturday, 4:00 p.m. service at the same location.)
There will be no Sat or Sun service held at the King of Glory location on January 11 or 12, 2020.
We look forward to joining Luther Memorial in worship Sunday as
well as their visit to our KOG church in the future.
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when we will visit other churches, when they will be worshiping at KOG, and other joint activities.
This service in a more relaxed atmosphere with upbeat music and discussion. Great for all ages. **THERE WILL BE NO VINE SERVICE SATURDAY DEC 28.
Our sunday service is structured more along the lines of a traditional church service discussing the old/new testaments, biblical histories and how religion fits in your daily life. Great for all ages.
Throughout the year we have a wide variety of special services based on the religious holidays we follow. Advent, Christmas, Easter etc. We have special childrens services throughout the year as well. To learn more about these services check out our holiday service schedule for 2019.
Christmas Eve Service
Tuesday, Dec 24, 2019 at 3:30pm
The Birth of Christ Readings and Carols. A great service to bring the whole family together and celebrate the birth of Christ, learn from the readings and sing the carols that celebrate his birth.
The season observed in many Christian churches as a time of expectant waiting and preparation for both the celebration of the Nativity of Jesus at Christmas and the return of Jesus at the Second Coming.
The season of Lent lasts 40 days to represent the amount of time Jesus spent in the desert, fasting and preparing for his ministry.
A time period upper room dinner occurs throughout the service with various courses being served during readings of the service. Perfect service for all ages explaining the history of the message. (The upper room also known as the Cenacle, is located in the southern part of the Old City of Jerusalem on Mount Zion, and is perhaps best known as the traditional site of the Last Supper since the fourth century AD.
This service has a diminishing light feature. After each reading a portion of the facility lights are turned off. By the final prayer the church is in total darkness. It remains that way until the Easter morn service that is set up as a sunrise service.
This service starts out in total darkness, carried over from Good Friday Service. At the start of the first major hymn, all the lights are turned on and the windows are un-darkened.