On a Wednesday night in May 2002, seven people met in the home of Felix and Jolene Waller and the King's House was born.
In June 2002, at the Aldridge Ballroom, the first Sunday service was held with 23 people in attendance. For seven weeks, the King's House met and worshiped at the Aldridge as the numbers slowly increased.
Finally securing it's first building, the King's House moved to 20 E. Cherokee in late July 2002. Through the years, growth remained steady, at one point doubling in one week from 40 to 80 people after a citywide Power Team crusade.
During the next eight and a half years, the church experienced growth spiritually, numerically, and financially. The base of ministries, volunteers, and pastoral staff also increased throughout these years.
On December 31, 2008, the church caught fire and instantly became a mobile church. After the fire, the Kings House met at the Southeast Expo Center west of McAlester OK. With storage trailers on site and a heart for excellence, various teams formed to overhaul the facility to recreate the King's House every weekend. God's grace was upon the body as the church went through three and a half years of set-up and tear-down.
During that time, the Kings House was in a campaign to raise funds for a new facility. Land was secured for the new facility to house the Kings House, and on August 19, 2012, the first worship service at the new facility was held. The new facility is located at 124 V. Hubert Smith Drive.
The King's House is a body of believers made up of great diversity. God is drawing people together from every religious, racial, and economic background. Knowing God's heart is for unity, we long to represent the diversity we will see in eternity.
We are thankful for all God has done during the past years. We remember the things God has accomplished in order to stir our faith for what He will do in the future. His faithfulness continues to accomplish His purposes on earth. We pray God will lead you to partner with us.