Preventative care, Outreach, Visitation and Personal counsel
Healthy living opportunities include blood pressure monitoring, blood sugar monitoring, annual flu vaccination clinic, strength and balance training, educational classes in basic CPR, AED and First-Aid, mental health classes, babysitting classes, caregiver workshops and end of life issues. King of Glory partners with Vitalant Blood Services, holding quarterly blood drives at the church.
Please contact Karen Hernandez for more information.
Daily Open AA Meeting
KOG Center (Lower Level Plaza) at 6:45 am
On July 26, 1989, a group of 7 members of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) decided to establish a new AA group, named the Rising Spirit Group, and were welcomed at King of Glory.
They have been meeting every morning since then in the KOG Center at 6:45 am.
Today there are more than 100 members of the group. Total group sobriety exceeds 1000 years!
On any day of the week, there will be between 15 and 30 members attending the meeting. The group has welcomed hundreds of newcomers to AA.
All meetings are “open meetings,” meaning anyone can attend. Discussion is limited to alcohol-related issues.
If you or anyone you know needs more information, please call the church office (leave a first name and contact number only) or call Ron N. at 602-469-3568 or Connie N. at 480-244-8363.
All inquiries are confidential.
Families In This Together (FITT)
Families In This Together (FITT) meets the 4th Thursday of each month in the Welcome Center.
The JEM Foundation hosts a parent/caregiver support meeting to provide support for any parent/caregiver that has a child who struggles with mental illness. This group has been temporarily suspended due to COVID-19 precautions, please contact the JEM Foundation for more information.