Building Project


Building for the next generation

Our vision at King of the Nations – to minister to the Nations in our region and abroad – must be lived out now and in the generations to come. The building that we are planning to construct will serve as a base of operations where we will be able to continue to equip believers to be lovers of God and a blessing to the nations. There is a need for a larger sanctuary that will provide enough space for us to worship and fellowship as a community, while reaching out to those around us. With this new building, we will more than triple our seating capacity, have an entire floor dedicated to children’s classrooms, have ample office space, as well as additional space for various community activities. “Our vision is to evangelize the nations, making and teaching obedient disciples, establishing assemblies locally and globally, and declaring the truth of the Gospel as confirmed through signs and wonders.”


In the 1980’s, the Lord graciously provided the land where our temporary buildings are presently located. In the early 1990’s, God birthed in Pastor Greg the vision for a local church that would establish Jesus as “King of the Nations” in the hearts of people from all nations, here and abroad. Since then we have been operating out of the existing structures that have long outlived their intended lifespan. This new building will allow us to continue to fulfill the vision the Lord has given us and extend our impact now and in future generations.


We need approximately $5.4 million dollars to build our new building. This includes site improvements, architect & design costs, and furnishings. We know that “with man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible!” (Matthew 19:26). Prayerfully consider partnering with us by investing in this project. No gift will be too small or too large! Join us in our endeavor!


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