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Local Work


Our History

Our ministry started offering meetings in weekly basis, according to age groups:

The children's group (ages 4-12) gathers  and the youth group (ages 13-18) .

At our meetings we ate together, played, practiced dance and drama, worshipped God and studied from the Bible. In the kids' group we splitted in to small study groups, and did  crafts 

In addition to the weekly activities, we also celebrated the holidays together, went on trips across the country, had weekend camps, and preformed on various occasions.


Alumni gatherings

Some of our group members attended King's Kids groups from an early age, and even returned after their army service to become staff members. We see ourselves being a family, and still determine to keep in touch with our alumni during their army services and afterward.  We want all of our kids and youth feel and know they'll always have a second home with us.


Giving back to the community

King's Kids Jerusalem was involved in various volunteering activities, which included:

  • Visitations to hospitals, orphanages and retirement homes, where we arrange social activities, sing and dance with the residents, and make crafts together.

  •  Participation in small renovation projects

  •  Activities with refugees

  •  Collecting and distributing clothing to the needy, both in Israeli and Palestinian communities.


King's Kids Israel

The King's Kids ministry in Israel was established 25 years ago, with a vision of bringing together Arab and Jewish believers. It included two local groups, one in Jerusalem (operated by "Sarigim" charity), and one in Shefa- Amer in Galilee (operated by the "House of Light" charity). The two groups met a few times a year to build relationships, learn from the scriptures, pray, worship and serve the community together. Reconciliation ministry is still a very special testimony in Israel, where often these two national groups stay separated.

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King's Kids family camps

2-3 times a year King's Kids Israel organized gatherings of Jewish and Arab families. The program included team building games within and among the families, providing educational tools for parents, and learning communicational skills to improve the family dynamics. 

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