Kingston Road Church was started in the home of our late Mother Lousie Manigo. Elder Pollock has been the pastor of this assembly since August of 2003.
Under the direction of Elder Pollock, Kingston Road has an acting youth department that reaches out to the youth in the community to provide educational and motivational programs to support growth and development. The “Back to School” bash is one of the yearly celebrations the church has in the community to provide school supplies to all who come and participate in the event. We are currently in the process of enhancing its education program by adding a tutoring program and a small library for children to read age appropriate books.
Kingston Road has an active Missionary department who serves our community by visiting the sick and shut-in as well as providing assistance to prison ministry. They frequently visit of Magnolia Manor Assisted Living in Columbia bringing food and holiday gifts to help improve their quality of life. Elder Pollock volunteers his time and expertise to facilitate workshops that teaches participants on hospital and home visitation.
Kingston Road has an active outreach ministry where the members of the church go into the community to visit and deliver the gospel of Jesus Christ and reach out to those we can assist in some way. One of the ways we help is by cutting grass for individuals who could not otherwise do it themselves.
Kingston Road’s mission is to evangelize the world for Jesus Christ; to equip every believer to become true Disciples of Christ; and to engage those social problems that challenge our community we have been called to serve by partnering with community leaders and organizations who invoke progressive change.
That the Holy Bible is the Word of God (John 1:1).
That God is our Creator (Genesis 1:1).
His Son is Jesus Christ, born of a virgin Mary, (Matthew 1:23)(2 Corinthians 1:19)( John 3:16).
When Jesus departed he sent the Holy Spirit for all believers to give us power and to teach us (John 14:26).
We believe the Father, The Son (the Word) and the Holy Ghost bear record in heaven and these three are one (1 John 5:7).
We believe that salvation is for all that will beleive. To make our salvation complete we must be born of the water, (Acts 2:38) and receive the gift of the Holy Spirit to enter the kingdom of God (John 3:5).
Last but not least, we must continue in the apostle's doctrine and fellowship to fulfill our walk with God (Acts 2:42).