& Gatherings


Everyone is invited to our weekly worship services, held every Saturday at 10 am. Come as you are! Our services are a fusion of Messianic liturgical and contemporary worship with a wide range of biblical patterns and expression of worship. For example, some of us like to express our love for the Lord through Jewish-style circle dancing. Some like to raise their hands, and others prefer to sit in their seats or stand still in reverent reflection.

You will hear a short "equipping" message (often called a "drash"), which is short, and can address a wide range of subjects such as healing, finances, relationships, biblical feasts, bible interpretation and more. We also have a 40-45 minute sermon related to our weekly Scripture readings. After service, we regularly hold prayer sessions where people can receive healing prayer and encouragement. A typical service will last 2 to 2 1/2 hours.

Upcoming Special Events

Prayer Gatherings


Charles Stanley once said about prayer, "If you want to win this battle, you must fight it on your knees." We are a community who lives and breathes in prayers to God, and we do it together. We do not fight alone. This is why we gather for informal group prayer three times per week, at our place of worship: 7456 Nieman Road in Shawnee, Kansas.

To inquire about attending one of our Prayer Gatherings, please contact us. Or, to request prayer, fill out this form.

Special Events Calendar

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2018 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, February 28  |  Ends Thursday, March 1

1 - Pesach (Passover)

Begins Friday, March 30  |  Ends Saturday, March 31

2 - Unleavened Bread

Begins Saturday, March 31  |  Ends Saturday, April 7

3 - First Fruits

Begins Saturday, March 31  |  Ends Sunday, April 1

4 - Shavuot (Pentecost)

Begins Saturday, May 19  |  Ends Sunday, May 20

5 - Rosh Hoshana (New Year 5779 / Feast of Trumpets)

Begins Sunday, September 9  |  Ends Tuesday, September 10

6 - Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement)

Begins Tuesday, September 18  |  Ends Wednesday, September 19

7 - Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles)

Begins Sunday, September 23 |  Ends Sunday, September 30

Simchat Torah (Day of Celebrating the Torah)

Begins Monday, October 1  |  Ends Tuesday, October 2

Hanukkah (Feast of Dedication)

Begins Sunday, December 2  |  Ends Monday, December 10

2018 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)

Saturday, January 27

Yom HaZikaron (Israel Memorial Day)

Wednesday, April 18

Yom HaAtzma'ut (Israel Independence Day)

Thursday, April 19

Yom Yerushalayim (Jerusalem Day)

Sunday, May 13

Tisha B'Av (Destruction of 1st & 2nd Temples)

Sunday, July 22