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We have a solid foundation at King of Kings. We are grounded and growing on the cornerstone of Christ and God’s Word as well as the generations of faithful Christians who have gone before us. Below you will learn a little bit about why we exist, where we’ve been, where we are, and by God’s grace, where we’re headed.
Mission Statement
We, the members of King of Kings, exist 
to glorify God by growing in His Word and sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
King of Kings started as a four-family group in 1968. They grew to be able to support their own pastor in 1970 and built and dedicated our current church building in 1975. At one point, King of Kings ran a Christian K-8 day school in our current Fellowship Hall.
We are currently growing and out-growing our facility. As we grow, we are getting younger and younger. In response to this blessing, we are making plans to expand our ministry and have begun working with an architect to build a new church building. Our current property at 5209 W 5th Avenue is still being utilized for our worship, education, fellowship, and administrative needs, but it is for sale.
Only God knows what is in store for us, but guided by His Word and our mission statement, we are planning to expand our ministry in the Tri-Cities in three specific ways:
  • We own land at the corner of W Hildebrand and S Sherman (just west of Southridge High School) and plan to be worshipping in a newly constructed church by Summer 2017. VIEW OUR LATEST BUILDING CONCEPT
  • In addition to a new worship space, classrooms will also be included in our new building to serve as an Early Childhood Center. We hope to begin a preschool (3K, 4K, and 5K) curriculum for the 2017/2018 school year.
  • As we plan out our new building and early childhood ministry, we are also beginning to explore the possibility of having a physical presence in Richland or Pasco in order to reach more people with the Gospel and better accommodate some of our current members who are located outside of Kennewick. Our desire is to eventually have a multi-site campus with locations in Kennewick, Richland and Pasco which each meet for worship, education, and fellowship.
The corner of W Hildebrand & S Sherman, Kennewick
A view of the property from Thompson Hill, Kennewick
Future home of King of Kings (2017)