Ministries

Kids, Worship & Arts, Congregational Care & More!

Worship & Arts

We believe that worship is placing priority on the only one worthy of our deepest and truest affections.

It's living a life consumed by His presence.

It's waking up every single day and walking in His nature.


As a spirit-led multi-generational church, we seek to lead the body of Christ into a place of UNCOMPROMISED WORSHIP; unhindered by age, style, or spiritual maturity

Our focus is to fearlessly worship Jesus Christ with all that we have, in all that we do, magnifying His name giving Him all of the Glory!

Whether it is singing, painting, acting, dancing, or playing an instrument; we are committed to seeking after the Heart of God in all that he has created!

Shiloh Strobel - Director of Worship & Arts

KPC Kids

Children’s Ministry here at KPC is a vital part of our vision and we welcome children from infants through 5th grade to join us on Sunday Mornings for KPC KIDS. 

Our heart is to introduce and cultivate the love of Christ and compassion for others in each and every child with the Bible as our foundation. Children experience, grow and learn to serve alongside teachers, peers, family members and volunteers. We use a multitude of age appropriate activities to reach kids of all ages incorporating music, games, Bible stories, crafts, collaborative play and student leadership.


We are highly intentional about your child’s safety while you are worshiping at KPC. Every child from Nursery through grade 5 is checked in via computer and receives an alphanumeric ID sticker, which is worn by the child during service. Parents receive a matching sticker. If at any time during the service the child needs their parent/guardian, we are able to easily access you via an electronic alert that posts your child’s ID on the bottom corner of the screen in the sanctuary. This ID also ensures that your child is leaving with his or her proper guardian at pick up. 

We strive to partner with parents and volunteers to meet the needs of each child. To volunteer please email Kim Soto at kim.soto@kpc.org.

We look forward to welcoming you and your family to KPC!

Kim Soto - Children's Ministry Coordinator

Crossfire Student Ministries

Crossfire, KPC’s Student Ministry, is for student in grades 7 – 12 who attend private school, public school or are homeschooled. Crossfire endeavors to be a place where all students are welcome, regardless of where they are on their spiritual journey with God and are challenged to know Him more deeply through a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. 

At Crossfire, we believe in cultivating a spiritually safe and vibrant atmosphere where students are inspired to seek God together, worship Him together, learn more about Him together and serve Him together by serving others. This kind of great stuff happens, not only when Crossfire meets, but also in small groups, at retreats, on mission trips and service projects—or while hanging out and having a blast together. 


Currently, Crossfire meets every Sunday night in KPC’s Fellowship Hall from 6:00 – 8:00pm. 

To get updates on Crossfire happenings, please do all of the following: 

  • Get our weekly Crossfire email update every Wednesday. Simply email Marc Santom and give him the email address(es) at which you’d like to receive this weekly email update.
  • Like our Facebook page.
  • Follow us on Instagram
  • If you’d like to receive periodic text updates, let Marc know that you would like to be added to Crossfire’s mass text distribution list. You can do this by clicking on his picture below and sending him an email!
Marc Santom - Pastor of Youth & Young Adults

College & Young Adult Ministries

KPC College & Young Adult Ministries extends its ministry reach to traditional age college students and young adults between the ages of 18 – 25. While married couples who fall in this age range are welcome to be a part, we encourage young married couples with children to seek out other growth and service opportunities in the church.

According to a recent Christianity Today research article, 70% of young adults who indicated they attended church regularly for at least one year in high school do, in fact, stop coming to their evangelical churches. Even though many of them eventually return, there is clear evidence of a problem in the church if so many college students and young adults don’t feel connected enough to stay.
KPC endeavors to care for the fellowship, spiritual growth and outreach needs of our traditional age college students and young adults—so that they’ll feel connected, experience growth and have the opportunity to serve others around them. 

Currently, KPC’s College & Young Adult Ministry has a Life Group that meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday evenings of the month from 7 – 9pm. If you have questions on how to get involved, don’t hesitate to contact Marc Santom: marc.santom@kpc.org

You can also LIKE our Facebook page.

Marc Santom - Pastor of Youth & Young Adults

Women's Ministry

The women’s ministry at KPC strives to provide a space where all women feel welcomed and wanted. No matter your generation or phase of life we desire that any and all women would feel that they have a place with us. 

We are currently in the process of writing a vision and mission statement for our ministry but we can tell you we are passionate about worshiping our Heavenly Father, sitting at the feet of Jesus and being in fellowship with the Spirit and one another.

We would love for you to join us at our next event, The Fall Gathering. We will be spending time in community as we worship and hear testimonies and teachings that focus on the faithfulness of God throughout the generations.

Bethany Keller - Next Steps Coordinator

Men's Ministry

The Men’s Ministry is open to all men of the church 16 and older. The essential purpose of the ministry is to connect men of the church together—so that they may grow in Christ together while serving the church and community together. This is accomplished through various means: a monthly church-wide breakfast, smaller groups that meet to discuss God’s Word (like the Men’s Caffeine Revival) and to encourage each other to be better fathers (like the Dads Group). We also have special events where we cook out and eat lots of meat, find people in the church and community to serve—and, what’s more, we have an annual Men’s Retreat each Spring.

There is a Men’s Ministry committee that meets regularly to discuss ministry endeavors, to plan events and to pray for the hearts of the wonderful men of KPC.


If you have any questions about how to get involved, contact Marc Santom: marc.santom@kpc.org / 757.495.1913 x218. 

Feel free to LIKE our facebook page page to stay connected to events, updates, prayer requests, etc.

Marc Santom - Pastor of Youth & Young Adults

Congregational Care

Congregational Care is about ministering to the Body of Christ at KPC. Congregational Care ministers in a variety of ways. It is about bringing the Lord’s healing to hurting people. It is about helping people walk with Christ through the many seasons of life. It is about facilitating and encouraging people in God’s plan to be conformed to the image of Christ. It is about helping individuals and families walk with Christ in their daily lives. And Congregational Care is about encouraging and training people to minister to others and share the love of Christ. 


Congregational Care includes the following ministries:

  • Altar Ministry
  • Prayer Chain
  • Grandparents’ Prayer
  • Hospital Visitation
  • Ministry to Shut-Ins
  • Christmas Baskets
  • Healthcare Seminars
  • Family and Life Care Seminars
  • Seniors About Town
  • Ministry to Widows
  • Travel Events
  • Pastoral Counseling


For further information stop by the Congregational Care Tent and talk with Pastor Neil or email your questions to neil.ellison@kpc.org. Consider signing up to serve as a part of this vital ministry.

Neil Ellison - Associate Pastor, Congregational Care