The King's School was founded as a Christian School and throughout its history Christian ministry has always been a vital part of School life. The School has a broad ministry as it seeks to serve students, staff, Old Boys and their respective families. The Chaplaincy team is busy ministering to the current students through the classroom, chapels and Christian student groups, and we seek to reach our wider community and to minister to them through our two Church congregations within the School.
Church@Kings, established in 2005, meets each Sunday at 9.30am in the Auditorium of the Centre for Learning and Leadership. Church@King is a vibrant Christian congregation that seeks to minister to all of the family. There is a Quiet Room for parents, a crèche for toddlers, Children's programs up to Year 9 and Bible Teaching for the adults.
Church@The Chapel meets every Sunday in the School Chapel at 6.00pm. The focus of the service is for young adults, including current students, Old Boys, students from TARA and other friends.
Traditional Communion Service
Once a Term at 8.00am, we also celebrate a traditional Communion Service in the Chapel with our School Choirs leading us through the Service.
These Church Communities provide an opportunity for us to discover and grow in our Christian Faith as we seek to understand God and His Word. There are also many other opportunities throughout the week to explore the Christian Faith, including Bible Study groups, prayer meetings and "Simply Christian Courses". We also seek to care for our community through various seminars for parents, marriage and baptism couples, providing meals for those in need and supporting Anglicare in their appeals. The King's School is more than just Christian by association. The establishment of our Church Communities exhibits our desire to live out our Christian Heritage.