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In seeking to be a church that is 'expressing His life and fulfilling His purpose', we have found it helpful to use three key words or motifs, each flowing from the other, which serve as anchor points or pillars.


The first half of the above statement is ‘expressing His life…’, but who is this God whose life we want to express and what implications does this have? Through the Scriptures, God has revealed himself as Triune. The nature or being of the one God is dynamic personal communion between  Father, Son and Spirit. It is the plan of the Father, through the Son and by the Spirit, to invite and draw humanity into the loving communion of the Godhead.

The doctrine of the Trinity shows us that we are beings-in-relationship, rather than creatures complete in ourselves. The church then, which has been called out from humanity and tasted the ‘first-fruits’ of this reality, should seek to reflect this (albeit in a fallible, finite way) by being a community that is made up of rich, loving personal relationships. We are called to be a community that builds and models 

loving relationships as an echo or reflection of who God is.


The second half of the purpose statement is ‘fulfilling His purpose.’ God’s purpose for us is outlined in the prayer Jesus taught his followers to pray: ‘Your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth, as it is in heaven.’ In other words it is to see God’s rule and reign (Kingdom) come in every area of life, both on a personal level (spiritually, emotionally, physical and relationally) and  societal level (locally, nationally and globally).

This purpose or mission is something that flows from and originates within the Godhead (Trinity). The Father sends his Son, in the power of the Spirit, as the King and embodiment of his kingdom, to restore his rule and reign. In Jesus, we see the life and kingdom of God expressed in a way that we can appreciate and comprehend. The Father then sends the Spirit, through the Son, to form a community of believers called ‘Church’, who are called to be both an agent and sign of the kingdom. All our outreach should be in order to see God’s kingdom established and give people a taste of the blessings of God’s rule and reign. In short, our purpose is to co-labour with God in order to see his kingdom come in every area of life on earth, the same as it is in heaven, and the greatest expression of this is in making disciples of Jesus Christ.



How then can we be a community that is ‘expressing His life’ and ‘fulfilling His purpose’? God did not remain aloof and separate from the world he created, but  entered into it in the person of his Son and Spirit. In Jesus, people can know and encounter the living God present to them, and in knowing and encountering the presence of God in Jesus there is transformation.
Although unique in his divinity as the Son of God, Jesus in his humanity  functions as a model of what it means to be a true human being, filled with the Holy Spirit, and thus a host of God’s presence; expressing God’s life and fulfilling God’s purpose.
The means, then, through which we can express his life (Trinity) and fulfil his purpose (Kingdom), is Presence; the presence of God in us by the Holy Spirit. Every person and every aspect of our church life must seek to be initiated, empowered and soaked in the presence of God’s Holy Spirit.


. . .  all that has been discussed so far seeks to outline a theology of what it means to worship God. As we seek to grow in our relationship with God and with one another (Trinity), as we seek to share in God’s mission of love to his world (Kingdom), all in the power of the Spirit (Presence), we are worshipping.


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New to Church?

Welcome! Whether you've just moved to the area, or have lived here all your life - we hope our website helps you to find out everything you want to know about King's Church Mildenhall.

Some key information about the church...

Where & when does the church meet?
King's Church Mildenhall meets every Sunday at 10.30am for our Sunday Service.
Aim to arrive at least 10 minutes early to ensure you get a parking spot and seat in time for the service to start.

We meet at the church building in the middle of the town. The address is:

Market Street
IP28 7EF

You can see a map on our contact us page

What should I expect when I visit the church?

You will receive a very warm welcome particularly from our Welcome Team who will be able to answer your questions and direct you to where you need to go. There will be a time of singing with opportunity for church members to pray or read a passage from the bible. After prayers there will be a preach from one of the leaders sometimes with a chance to respond at the end of the service.

Tea, coffee and biscuits are served after the service where there is plenty of time to meet new people and ask more questions.

What happens to the children at church?

We have a fantastic programme for the children at KCM for ages 0-16. Children stay with their parents at the start of the service as we worship (sing songs!) together for the first part of the morning. Someone will announce when the children need to go to their programme. You will need to go with your children and register them.

For more information about what happens in the children's work please visit the relevant age groups for you under church life.

Is there a dress code?

No! Please just be yourself and come dressed in your 'normal' clothes.

Will I have to join in?

Not at all!

You are free to simply observe or participate as much as feels comfortable for you.

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If you want to know who works in the church office, check out our Ministry Team page.