We’re glad you’re considering joining us at the HCC Kent Campus, and trust that you will find our church to be a warm, inviting community. No matter what your background or life story, there is a place for you to connect with others and grow in your faith. I encourage you to learn more about our church family by checking out the information below and helpful links here. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you have a question or if there is any way that we can serve you.
Pastor Jay Haugh
What to expect
• A friendly welcome when you arrive
• Laid back atmosphere of family
• High quality programs for children and students
• Heartfelt, Christ centered worship
• A biblical, practical message, either preached live or on video.
• The opportunity to be known, and connect with others.
• Lots of great food & coffee in between services.
The Kent Campus meets at Kentridge High School
12430 SE 208th St. Kent, WA 98031
There is lots of easy and accessible parking. Follow the signs from the parking lot to the PAC (Performing Arts Center) for the worship services and the Education Wing for the Children’s and Student Ministries classes.
9:30 am Also meeting this hour: Children’s ministries for infants – 6th Grade Middle School Young Adults
11:10 am Also meeting this hour: Children’s ministries for infants – 6th Grade High School
ASL interpretation is provided at the 9:30 am service
Kent Campus News & Opportunities
God has given us the truth of his word so that we can fight sin, temptation, and error. Join us in memorizing these verses!
…we rejoice in our sufferings, knowing that suffering produces endurance, and endurance produces character, and character produces hope, and hope does not put us to shame, because God’s love has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us. Romans 5:3-5
December 3, 10, 17 & 31 / 9:30 AM / Room 203 / Prayer is the fuel that moves the mission that God has given His people. This class will inspire God’s people with biblical principles and practices of prayer by using scripture and Bill Thrasher’s book A Journey to Victorious Praying.
Beginning October 15 / 9:30 AM / Room 203 / Do you want to lead your kids or family in a spiritual devotional? Often times this step can seem daunting or impossible. Come and learn how to take an active role in the spiritual life and development of your children/grandchildren. This workshop will give you very practical ideas and information that you can share with those you love. For more information, please contact Tom Durrant at Tom.Durrant2@gmail.com.