The King’s Park Growth Track introduces you to the nature and purpose of God and how you fit into His plan. Growth Track is made up of four steps to help you Know God, Grow Together, Discover Purpose and Make a Difference. If you’re interested in learning more about us, getting more involved or becoming a member, join other guests at Growth Track. Growth Track usually takes place every Sunday right after service, with lunch and childcare provided. Read on to find out how you can complete Growth Track during King’s Park at Home.
Complete Growth Track Online!
We will offer Growth Track every Sunday after our live stream of King’s Park at Home. Meet us back here Sundays at 12:15 and use the button below to join us online via Zoom video conferencing. If you have any questions or difficultly joining the group, contact our Growth Track coordinator, Macaela Campbell, at email@example.com.
stepONE – Every First Sunday
We believe the first step in growing as a Christian is knowing God. stepONE provides an opportunity to learn more about the Gospel in more detail, including information about water baptism. You also have the opportunity to be baptized at the end of stepONE.
stepTWO – Every Second Sunday
We believe the best next step is to connect with others. stepTWO explores the history and mission of King’s Park, the purpose of Life Groups and how you can be involved in the mission of King’s Park.
We believe the next step is to discover our unique God-given purpose. stepTHREE is where you can identify spiritual gifts, personality traits and ways to utilize them in your life.
stepFOUR – Every Fourth Sunday
We believe a person’s next step is to start making a difference in the lives of others by participating in the Gospel mission. stepFOUR is where you have the opportunity to speak with a ministry leader one on one to discuss next steps and the possibility of serving on the King’s Park Go Team. To attend stepFOUR, you must complete steps one through three and the Go Team Application.
[Note: There is no Growth Track during the months of July and December.]