WHO WE ARE

We are an Interdenominational Community Church in Burien, WA. Our church consists of people of all ages and cultural backgrounds. We are a Bible based church that believes in the Trinity - God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. Our goal is to be the light of the world, to bring the lost to Jesus Christ, while encouraging those who are already believers to go out and reach others.

In the year of Our Lord 2000, a few Christian believers from Kenya met and organized themselves as a fellowship. The aim of the fellowship was to worship God together, to pray together, and to encourage one another in a foreign land. Pastor Charity Kisanga was one of them. They agreed to start a Church and named it Kenyan Community International Church, later to be named Kenyan Community Interdenominational Church (KCIC). This is how this congregation was born, with one of its purpose being to reach out the immigrants in Washington State and beyond.

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OUR CORE VALUES

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Bible Based:

Bibl The Scripture is the final, foundational Truth which is taught and lived out in every part of our personal, home, work and church life.

Worship driven

To exalt Jesus Christ as the center of every aspect of our life. We seek to give our people opportunities to worship

Welcoming

We intentionally welcome and receive with warmth and love all who interact with our KCIC Church family.

e intentionally welcome and receive with warmth and love all who interact with our KCIC Church family.

Great Commission

Comitted to the process of becoming fully devoted, reproducing disciples of Christ by intentionally empowering and equipping every person to minister and to utilize his/her spiritual gift(s) to serve others. Matthew 28:18-20

ommitted to the process of becoming fully devoted, reproducing disciples of Christ by intentionally empowering and equipping every person to minister and to utilize his/her spiritual gift(s) to serve others. Matthew 28:18-20

Holy Communion

We believe the bread symbolizes Christ’s body and the wine His blood. We do it in remembrance of Christ as He instructed us in 1st Corinthians 11:23-26. We celebrate it once a month (1st Sunday of each month).