Our Values
    • KIBC values meaningful worship through preaching, music, prayer, Scripture reading, sharing faith stories, baptism, the Lord’s Supper, offerings and other expressions of faith. Worship music at KIBC includes choirs, traditional and contemporary instruments and choral participation.
    • KIBC values life-changing spiritual growth through Christian education. On Sunday mornings various Bible studies for all ages take place simultaneously with each service. At other times a variety of study options are available for Christian growth. 
    • KIBC values Christian community as people create and sustain relationships in order to provide care and support for one another. 
    • KIBC values the reality that all things belong to God and as God’s followers we are to share generously our God-given resources through the church. This is done through biblical stewardship principles that include our time, abilities and material blessings.
    • KIBC values church membership as a sign of our commitment to God and the local church. 
    • KIBC values the freedom of each person to explore the tenets of the Christian faith according to the way God’s Spirit guides. As a church we seek to provide a safe environment in which we may search the Scriptures and explore possible answers to life’s important questions.
    • KIBC values sharing the love of God by word and deed throughout the world. To this end we support missions by giving and going.
    • KIBC values sharing the Gospel of Salvation in Jesus Christ as individuals and as a church, so everyone may have an opportunity to enter a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

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    • About Header Banner Caption 2: “Let your roots grow down into Christ, and let your lives be built on him.” (Colossians 2:7)
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    • About Footer Banner Caption 2: “Be joyful. Grow to maturity. Encourage each other. Live in harmony and peace.” (2 Corinthians 13:11)