events & gatherings
We gather weekly on Shabbat mornings to worship the God of Abraham, Issac, and Jacob in and through His Son Yeshua by the power of the Ruach Hakodesh (Holy Spirit). All people are welcome to join in our Shabbat Service. Our main goal is to glorify the Lord when we gather, to love Him with all our hearts, souls, minds, and strength. We love the Presence of God that dwells with us in our gatherings. God is the most Treasured Inhabitant in our Community. It is important to know that Kingdom Living Messianic Congregation is a relational congregation that is interconnected in small groups throughout Kansas City. We believe one of the reasons God's presence is so powerful with us when we gather together on Shabbat is because we are pursuing growing faithful relationships through small groups that function as outpost for the Kingdom of God.
Our service begins at 10 am and goes until about 12:15 pm. Our worship services include biblically based traditional Jewish liturgy, intercessory prayer, and scripture readings based on the Torah, the Prophets, and the New Covenant writings, followed by a brief exposition. We then transition to announcements to keep the community in the loop of what is going on, then all the men surround the congregation as a person prays a blessing over the women & children. Then at this point, the kids five and under are dismissed to their classes. This is followed by a time of liturgy flowing into musically accompanied Holy Spirit led praise & worship which includes planned songs and may also include prophetic singing. After this, the kids 5 and over are dismissed to their classes. We complete our service with 30-40 minute biblically based, edifying teaching and a benediction. We also have post-service prayer ministry for encouragement and healing. Our congregation is a Holy Spirit-oriented congregation so while we have a planned service, our goal is always to follow the Lord wherever He leads us and therefore He is always free to change the service if He chooses.
We have weekly and monthly Prayer Gatherings. Every Wednesday morning we meet from 9-11 am to worship and pray. We also have monthly Prayer Gatherings on Rosh Chodesh. We meet at New City Church for these Gatherings unless otherwise noted. You can always check our Facebook page for the most up to date announcements.
To inquire about attending one of our Prayer Gatherings, please contact us.
2019 Biblical Festivals
Kingdom Living celebrates the traditional Jewish festivals found in the Hebrew Scriptures. Seven of these (called God's Appointed Times) were commanded by God in Leviticus 23 to be observed by the Children of Israel. However, we do not celebrate them out of obligation, but from a place of joy and blessing. Other festivals listed here were not commanded by God (such as Hanukkah and Purim) but were celebrated during the time of Yeshua. All Jewish festivals begin and end at sunset of the dates listed.
Begins Wednesday, March 20 | Ends Thursday, March 21
1 - Pesach (Passover)
Begins Friday, April 19 | Ends Saturday, April 20
2 - Unleavened Bread
Begins Saturday, April 20 | Ends Friday, April 26
3 - First Fruits
Begins Saturday, April 20 | Ends Sunday, April 21
4 - Shavuot (Pentecost)
Begins Saturday, June 8 | Ends Sunday, June 9
5 - Rosh Hoshana (New Year 5780 / Feast of Trumpets)
Begins Sunday, September 29 | Ends Tuesday, October 1
6 - Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement)
Begins Tuesday, October 8 | Ends Wednesday, October 9
7 - Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles)
Begins Sunday, October 13 | Ends Sunday, October 20
Simchat Torah (Day of Celebrating the Torah)
Begins Sunday, October 20 | Ends Monday, October 21
Hanukkah (Feast of Dedication)
Begins Sunday, December 22 | Ends Monday, December 30
2019 Modern Holidays
In additional to the Biblical Holidays, we join with Jewish people around the world in observing memorials and times of remembrance. We do this so we can "rejoice with those who rejoice, and mourn with those who mourn." (Romans 12:15) Each modern holiday is one day long, and begins at sunset on the evening prior to the listed day.
Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day)
Thursday, May 2
Yom HaZikaron (Israel Memorial Day)
Wednesday, May 8
Yom HaAtzma'ut (Israel Independence Day)
Thursday, May 9
Yom Yerushalayim (Jerusalem Day)
Sunday, June 2
Tisha B'Av (Destruction of 1st & 2nd Temples)
Sunday, August 11