Thank you for considering King’s Harbor Church as a venue for your important life event. Below you will find information that will help you determine if our facility is a good fit for your event. The leadership at KHC desire to be good stewards of this beautifully designed space God has entrusted us with, and while it is our hope to serve you, specifically during times of celebration and loss, please note availability is limited during the week due to surrounding business parking restrictions and on weekends due to weekend services.
Our facility is not available for use during the following times: Easter week, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving week, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, the day and week following Christmas, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.
We believe marriage is a gift from God and look forward to helping you prepare for this very special celebration.
To begin the process of reserving KHC for your wedding please complete our online application.
KHC is committed to helping you honor the life of your loved one. We have experienced staff pastors that will walk with you during your time of grief and will help you plan a memorial service that will bring honor to their memory.
To begin the process of reserving KHC for your loved one’s service please contact Annie Chase at .
Other Outside Events
If you are interested in reserving a room at KHC for a meeting or other outside events please go to our OUTSIDE EVENTS page to complete our Outside Events Form and for more information. Our Communications team reviews requests for facility usage every Tuesday and you will be notified once a decision is made. Please be aware our facility has limited
A monthly baptism class is offered the last Sunday of the month and we celebrate "Baptisms at the fountain" the second Sunday of the month. For more information please contact Pastor Henry Kaney at
Baby Dedications are designed not to make much of the parents or the child, but rather to focus on Christ. By participating, parents are publically declaring their need for Christ’s help, and the church is corporately praying that these children will one day love Christ above all things and agreeing to come alongside the parents.