King’s Way Church is connected with a number of other Christian ministries both local and abroad. The church supports some of these ministries financially, others are supported through the sending out of mission teams and some use the church building supported by church members who are actively involved. This page outlines some of these related ministries.
There are several overseas situations the church supports to various degrees. Overseas involvement is good for both the local church and for those in these overseas situations, reaching out to the unreached and untaught. Our connections include the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Myanmar, Malawi, South Africa and USA. Our involvement includes short term mission involvement as well as financial and prayer support . For further information contact email@example.com
- MACEDONIA // Christian Church Centre, Skopje
- MYANMAR // Pastor Go
- MALAWI // River of Life Evangelical Church
- SOUTH AFRICA // Laura Haas
- UK // Sandes Mission
- USA // King's Way Connection
- DUNMURRY // Resound
- DUNMURRY // Bodybuilders
- DUNMURRY // Churches Together
Zoran and Rebecka Spasovski are part of the leadership of the Christian Church Centre in Skopje, Macedonia. They faithfully serve the church there as well and being involved in gospel outreach to the world’s largest gypsy community in Shutka where they also provide basic provision like food and clothing as well as a pre-school for children. Rebecka is from Sweden and was part of a Mission team which was sent to help plant a church there in 1992. Since 1992 Rebecka returned on many occasions with the mission teams and married Zoran 2001. Shortly afterwards they both moved to lived in Sweden for three and a half years. Zoran and Rebecka later moved to live in Belfast for 9 months where they practiced and served in King’s Way Church, Dunmurry. In 2006 against all odds and financial barriers, Zoran and Rebecka moved back to Macedonia with a strong calling on their lives to minister there. Zoran is now leading the “Missions in Macedonia” which involves lot of traveling around the country for the purpose of planting churches. Zoran moves extensively in the prophetic and there are many manifestation of the Kingdom of God in his ministry. Their heart and God given vision is to see churches established all over Macedonia in places where they do not exist and to help the believers to be firm in spiritual understanding and equipping them for the harvest in Macedonia. The relationship formed through their time spent at King’s Way Church continues. King’s Way Church support of the work of Zoran and Rebecka in Skopje and the Church in Dunmurry sends short term mission teams to encourage and serve the Church there.
Pastor Go runs a teaching seminary in Myanmar (Burma until 1989) and has also established an orphanage. King’s Way Church has supported his work and some of the orphans are supported individually church members.
Mvuala in senior pastor in the River of Life Evangelical Church in Malawi.
This is an indigenous church established in 2001 to preach the word of God with total transformation of people’s lives in their communities and nation. Their desire is to equip communities with relevant knowledge and skills to further their own development in a sustainable way. They believe that communities will be able to fully thrive when they are spiritually, socially and economically transformed.
Mvuala Mvuala moved to Dunmurry to study at the Belfast Bible College for two years before returning to the church in Malawi. Mvuala was involved in the church life at King’s Way and often taught and preached both in small groups and church services.
The relationship established through his time spent in Dunmurry continues. Teams from King’s Way Church have visited his church in Malawi to support the work and we have also provided a number of bicycles for his pastors to use as they travel in ministry.
Laura Haas has been serving God in the township of Kkayelitsha in South Africa since 1989. She runs a Sunday School for some 900 children, a youth work with about 120 members, as well as providing an educational program, a food scheme and assistance to the elderly and AIDS orphans. As an independent missionary she is totally dependent upon God for the resources to support these activities.
Tommy Mearns is Mission Director of Sandes Soldiers’ and Airmen’s Centre which has served the armed forces since 1869. The mission currently has recreational and social centers at Pirbright, Harrogate and Ballykinler. All are staffed by Christians who provide a homely atmosphere in which the caring gospel is demonstrated.
Robert Mearns is founding pastor of King’s Way Church in Dunmurry and oversees a number of churches across the world linked together in King's Way Connection. Robert was born in Aberdeen in Scotland and grew up West Belfast in Northern Ireland. He graduated from Queen’s University in Belfast with a degree in Economics which led him to to work in both private and public sectors of industry across Northern Ireland. King’s Way Church began as a house church in Dunmurry in the 1970’s and was led by Robert and Ken Brown. Robert began serving the church as an itinerant minister in 1981. He has been involved in the planting and oversight of churches in Europe, Africa, the Balkans and the United States of America. Robert and his wife Iris moved to the United States in 1992 and now lives in North Carolina with their three children and their families. Robert travels both at home and abroad teaching and encouraging churches and pastors.
So what exactly is this?
resound is an attempt at a fresh expression of church based in Dunmurry, Northern Ireland. We hope to be a church that is not just relevant to, but shaped and changed by the people who are not yet a part of us.
What makes it different?
Northern Ireland is full of churches, but more and more people are finding it difficult to relate to church as we know it. We are going back to first principles, and losing the baggage that has been built up over two thousand years. We have no church building, no entrance exams, and no noses that we will look down at you through. The only thing you need to belong is a desire to belong. We will welcome you with open arms.
The word resound means "to celebrate or praise". As our lives are meant to be lived out as praise to God, we thought that it pretty much sums us up. Plus we voted on a few and it won.
Bodybuilders is a holiday Bible club for children from P1 – Year 12. The club runs for two weeks at various locations throughout Dunmurry area including our own church building.facebook twitter
Churches together is a group of churches and fellowships in and around southwest Belfast brought together by a growing sense of unity in both evangelism and prayer. This has developed from the monthly Saturday morning prayer breakfasts and other forms of cooperation over recent years. Having been encouraged by the joint worship services we have held, and the feedback from them, we decided to plan various regular events. We hope that all church members will participate in one way or another. Our hope is that we will remain mutually encouraged, supported and strengthened in the Lord’s work locally, to God’s glory (Ephesians 3: 14 – 21).