REAL Student Ministry
Wednesdays | 7PM
4th Sundays | 6PM
Sundays | 10AM
Pastor Dave joined Kfirst as Lead Pastor in April of 2009. Dave’s vision is to see Kfirst as a vibrant, life-giving community that makes it simple for people to find and follow Jesus. He loves teaching and preaching, and his passion for ministry is based on healthy relationships.
Pastor Dave and his wife, Anne, have been married for over 24 years and have three children: Camryn, Ethan, and Josh.
New to Following Jesus?
Deciding to follow Jesus is a big step and one we believe is best celebrated in community. We would love to hear about your decision and celebrate with you by sending you a small gift!
Current Series:Prophet / priest / king
There are three main “offices” spoken of in the Old Testament—prophet, priest, and king. Jesus fulfills all three of these roles. Normally, the three offices of prophet, priest, and king were distinct from each other, with no overlap. That is, a king was not a priest or a prophet. A priest did not function as a prophet or a king. And a prophet simply did a prophet’s job without trying to be a either king or a priest. But Jesus Christ perfectly fills all three roles simultaneously: He is the Prophet, Priest, and King, to the great blessing of the world. This series looks these roles that Jesus has fulfilled and still fulfills – He is our Prophet to give us direction, He is our High Priest to free us from shame, and He is our King to give us unity and strength.
Join us in February for Missions Nights where we will hear from dedicated missionaries as they share their stories of life on the mission field. We will also have missions-focused roundtable discussion and Q&A with the missionaries. Missions Night will take place from 7-8pm every Wednesday night in February. Please register on the Church Center app or at Kfirst.org.
Here at Kfirst, We’re constantly enhancing our online presence, which includes our website, Church Center app, and social media platforms. Additionally, we’re working on various marketing projects as well as in-house projects such as flyers posters and signs. We’re excited about these projects and even more excited to feature you in our print and web materials.
We understand the importance of privacy and respecting individual preferences regarding media exposure. So, we offer a Media Opt-Out form for those who prefer not to be photographed or featured. You can access the form through the church center App or pick up a paper copy at the connect center in the lobby. If you opt-out, we kindly request a reference photo for accurate identification.
Thank you for being part of our community. Your participation is invaluable, and we’re committed to upholding the highest standards of respect and inclusivity in all our communications.
Our culture is big on belief. You could even say there is a belief in belief. Yet moments happen that can shake the foundations of what we believe and calls everything we held onto into question. When that happens, we really have to get to the bedrock of who we are and ask, “What do I really believe in?”
The word “believe” is closely associated with the word “faith.” So when Jesus says, “Believe in me,” what He is really saying is, “Have faith in me.”
This Easter, join us as we look to the cross and resurrection. Come out as we look to Jesus and choose to “Believe Again.”
Kfirst is holding a Tenebrae service on Good Friday, March 29. The word Tenebrae is Latin for “shadows” or “darkness.” It can also be translated as “night” or “death.” The Tenebrae service is a tradition in Christian history that helps us recognize the intimacy of the Last Supper, the tension of Christ’s betrayal and trials, and the power of the crucifixion of our Lord. As we read the scriptures recounting the story of Jesus, we will periodically lower the lights to step into this dark moment and embrace the depth of what happened at the cross. Join us for an evening of song and Scripture reading as we remember the power of Good Friday.
Kfirst Food Pantry
The Kfirst Food Pantry Team organizes food distribution to those in need in our community. The food pantry happens on the third Thursday of the month.
Stories are important for two reasons. First, they put into word what we’ve experienced to form gratitude in our hearts. They help us both appreciate and articulate the goodness of God. Second, the become the vehicle to reveal to others God’s faithfulness in the past. Stories remind us that God has been working in the past and He continues to work today.