Clusters

Introduction

Student Clusters are at the heart of student ministry at Kings – if Kings is your church in Durham, clusters are the first place to get involved.

Each cluster is a group of 40+ students that meet together midweek, three or four times all together as a big group, and at other times in smaller cell groups. They are for students who want to get involved with Kings, to grow in their faith, and to grow in their gifts and ministry.

Clusters provide a place for students to participate in Christian community in a context smaller than the Sunday meetings but bigger than a cell: a place for worship, learning and fellowship. The cell groups within a cluster provide the opportunity for small group discipleship, bible study, and accountability.

Join a Cluster

This year we will have 2 cluster groups meeting on Thursdays one is Equip, which meets in The Appleby Rooms weekly, and the other is City which meets in the centre of Durham with cells around the city. Our Wednesday cluster, Appleby, also meets in the centre of Durham with cell groups spread across the city.

To get involved in a cluster let the student team know and they’ll be in touch as soon as possible.

Equip Cluster

Thursday evenings, 7.15pm at The Appleby Rooms

Equip Cluster meets together every single Thursday of the academic term in The Appleby Rooms.

Appleby Cluster

Wednesday evenings, 7.45pm at The Appleby Rooms

Appleby Cluster meets a few times a term as a group of cells and then in its cells on the remaining Wednesday evenings in term.

City Cluster

Thursday evenings, 7.45pm at Hatfield Chapel

City Cluster meets a few times a term as a group of cells and then in its cells on the remaining Thursday evenings in term.