Featured Events

April 4th at 9:15 & 11:11 
Kings Highway Christian Church, Shreveport, Louisiana
806 Kings Hwy, Shreveport, Louisiana 71104

New KHCC Senior Minister Steve Lesher

Easter Sunday, April 4 is an exciting day for the church as we celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ and welcome our new Senior Minister Steve Lesher and family to Kings Highway Christian Church. We can’t wait to get this next KHCC chapter started! Hopefully, you are planning to join us and begin this journey together!


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Sunday Morning
Kings Highway Christian Church, Shreveport, Louisiana
806 Kings Hwy, Shreveport, Louisiana 71104

On-Site Worship at KHCC

KHCC will offer three worship services to be held as follows:

Traditional Worship, Sanctuary, 9:15 am

Contemporary Worship, Family Life Center, 11:11 am

Worship in Spanish, Hispanic Chapel, 11:30 am

We look forward to worshiping with you on Sunday, and/or online via email and social media.



Children and Youth Sunday School

Adult Sunday School

Choir/choir practice


All other on-site church/outside groups



Until further notice, it is expected that masks will be worn by everyone entering the building in consideration of your KHCC Family. Children 10 years of age and younger are not required to wear mask. You are encouraged to bring your own mask from home, but if you need a mask, the church will provide one on Sunday mornings.

Hand sanitize stations will be located at the front entrance of the Sanctuary and Family Life Center front entry.

Please try not to touch any unnecessary surfaces.

Social distancing (6 ft. apart at all times) will be in place.

Ushers will welcome and direct you to your sitting area. You will be seated by household.

Traditional Service will enter and exit through the side doors of the Sanctuary.

Contemporary Service will enter and exit through the front doors of the Family Life Center.

Hispanic Worship will enter through the Welcome Center doors to the elevator.

Bathrooms in the Family Life Center will be open for use.


Ushers will direct you to the designated exit.

Upon exiting there will be a basket in the narthex for offerings. You may still continue to do online giving and mailing your offerings.


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Sunday, February 28 at 2pm - 5pm

Great River Region Youth Snoasis

GRR Snoasis 2021 (Virtual)
Youth Grades 6-12
Sunday, February 28, 2021
Please join us from 2:00-5:00 pm
Registration is open. Click here to register and order your T-shirt.

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Sunday, March 28, 9:15, 11:11, 11:30

Kingsh Highway Christian Church, Shreveport, Louisiana

806 Kings Hwy, Shreveport, Louisiana 71104

Palm Sunday Worship

Join us for Palm Sunday Worship March 28th, Traditional Worship at 9:15am, Contemporary Worship at 11:11 am, and Worship in Spanish at 11:30 am. 

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Sunday, April 4 at 9:15, 11:11, 11:30

Kings Highway Christian Church, Shreveport, Louisiana

806 Kings Hwy, Shreveport, Louisiana 71104

Easter Sunday Worship

Join us Easter Sunday for our Easter Worship service to Celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Traditional Worship 9:15AM, Contemporary Worship 11:11AM, Worship in Spanish 11:30AM.

We also welcome our new Senior Minister Rev. Steve Lesher and family on this joyous day!  

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Past Events

Wednesday, February 17th at 6pm

First Christian Church - Bossier

2205 Shed Road

Bossier City, LA  71111

Ash Wednesday (A Service of Penitence)

First Christian Church & Kings Highway Christian Church invite you to a joint Ash Wednesday Service, February 17th at 6:00 pm at First Christian Church, 2205 Shed Road, Bossier City. 

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Sunday, December 27 

Kings Highway Christian Church, Shreveport, Louisiana

806 Kings Hwy, Shreveport, Louisiana 71104

Christmas Sunday

We want to warmly invite you to join us at KHCC to come celebrate the birth of Christ together.  Our prayer is that this Sunday Service and Christmas Eve Service lead to more of his hope, peace, joy and love in your life. Traditional Worship at 9:15, Contemporary Worship at 11:11 and Worship in Spanish at 11:30.

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Thursday, December 24th at 6PM

Kings Highway Christian Church, Shreveport, Louisiana

806 Kings Hwy, Shreveport, Louisiana 71104

Christmas Eve Candlelight Service

Join us Christmas Eve at 6PM for our Christmas Eve Candlelight Service.  We sing carols, celebrate Communion and end the service singing "Silent Night" with candles glowing.   What a wonderful way to celebrate the birth of our Lord & Savior Jesus Christ.

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Saturday, September 26 at 10:00am CDT

Kings Highway Christian Church, Shreveport, Louisiana

806 Kings Highway, Shreveport, Louisiana 71104

Memorial Service Rev. Dwight Bailey

Memorial Service for Rev. Dwight Bailey was held on Saturday, September 26th, 10:00 a.m. at Kings Highway Christian Church. The Memorial Service is available on the Dwight Bailey Live Stream link located on the main page.


Celebrating the Legacy of Rev. Dwight Elton Bailey

Dwight Elton Bailey was born on January 28, 1952 to Henry and Mary (Powell) Bailey in Wilson, North Carolina. He grew up in the Pentecostal Church and became a Christian while in elementary school. He graduated from Atlantic Christian College (now Barton College) in 1973 with majors in Religion and Philosophy. While there, he became intrigued with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and the openness and welcome he found. Intending to pursue further study in philosophy, Dwight explored continuing his education at Brite Divinity School at Texas Christian University. It was at Brite that he grew to love the Church and its mission to reach each generation and accepted his call to ministry. Completing his seminary work, he was ordained in the Southwest Region of the Christian Church (DOC) at Greenville Avenue Christian Church in Dallas, TX on July 25, 1976. Rev. Bailey lived a life of commitment to God’s work in and outside of the church. He received further training at Xavier University Seminary in Cincinnati, OH focusing on teaching adults. Over the last four and a half decades, Rev. Bailey gave his life to serve for the building of the Kingdom. After an extended illness, God called His servant home to rest on Thursday morning, September 17, 2020.

Ministering through the local, Regional, and General expressions of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) denomination, Rev. Bailey’s was able to nurture God’s people through campus ministries, pastoral and interim congregational ministry, the Disciples Anti-Racism/Pro-Reconciliation mission initiative, and ecumenical ministries. Rev. Bailey served congregations throughout Texas, Kansas, and Illinois. He also served at Ballard Community College in Lawrence, Kansas from 1977 to 1978, and Campus Ministry from 1985-1990 at United Ministries Higher Education in Austin, Texas (The University of Texas/Huston-Tillotson College Minority Ministry) and United Campus Minister for Illinois State University and Illinois Wesleyan University, 1979-1984.

Rev. Bailey served as Associate Regional Minister, Chicago Disciple Union, and Christian Church in Illinois/Wisconsin from 1991-2000 in a pastoral oversight role for the Chicago, Northern Illinois and Wisconsin churches. In 2000, he resigned from his position in Illinois/Wisconsin and moved back to Wilson, NC to care for his ailing mother. After his mother’s death, Rev. Bailey returned to his home in River Forest (Chicago suburb) and became Co-Pastor at the Austin Boulevard Christian Church in Oak Park, IL, and later as Pastor until the congregation closed in December 2011. He did interim ministry at First Christian, Princeton, IL and Grace Community Church, Aurora, IL. In both places his presence brought healing and encouragement. He kindly gave each permission to change and to relate to their communities in transforming ways.

“Dwight,” as so many called him, worked well with a diversity of people. God blessed him with a dose of both common sense and wisdom. Teaching came natural to him, and he was able to communicate knowledge and ideas to groups of people and at the same time, challenge them to work together in love. One of Dwight’s passions was his work on the denominational Anti-Racism/Pro-Reconciliation Mission Initiative, both on staff and later as the Christian Church in Illinois/Wisconsin’s Committee Co-Chair, serving alongside Martha Herrin. Together, they created a model program and did significant education with the Regions’ boards and congregations. In 2012, Dwight began his work as a Trainer for Reconciliation Ministries in the Office of the General Minister and President.

Rev. Bailey was a BIG man - Chicago Bears middle lineman BIG, intimidating! However, when talking with him you quickly realized he was warm and loveable, and he gave you his full attention, the example of a faithful and compassionate minister. He was encouraging - always looking for positives in the present and positive possibilities for the future. He worked diligently to be reconciled with every person, and to bring reconciliation among persons and groups in conflict and had a way of taking the anxiety and confusion out of any setting. He was extremely comfortable in racial discussions, often using stories and illustrations to bring understanding, always looking for ways to plant seeds for beneficial change.

Rev. Bailey retired in 2017 and moved to Shreveport, LA. He joined Kings Highway Christian Church, where he served as a bible study teacher, pulpit supply preacher, board member, and search team member. He joined the Great River Region’s Regional Commission on Ministry (RCOM), where he began to mentor candidates for Commission and Ordained Ministry. The impact of his trailblazing ministry will be known and experienced as grace, personal relationships, mentorship, dignity, and integrity.

Preceding Rev. Bailey in death are his parents, Henry and Mary (Powell) Bailey, his sister LaFerne Bailey, and brothers Jimmie and Wallace Bailey (Phyllis). He is survived by his cousins: Jean Powell, Shirley Singleton, Robert Powell, and Jasper Powell; his sister-in-law, Phyllis Bailey; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends. The congregation of Kings Highway Christian Church, and indeed a cloud of witnesses from around the country were also family to him. His life truly had an impact for good on everyone he met, and his church, indeed our world, is diminished by his passing. 

A memorial service for Rev. Bailey will be held at Kings Highway Christian Church on Saturday, September 26th at 10:00 a.m. CDT. The service will be livestreamed – follow the link on the church’s website: khcc.org. dditionally, the service will be available for viewing later in the day, also on the website.

Donations and memorials may be sent on behalf of the Dwight E. Bailey Trust Fund to Kings Highway Christian Church, 806 Kings Highway, Shreveport, LA 71104-4296.


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Wednesday at 10:00am - 11:00am

Kings Highway Christian Church

806 Kings Highway

Shreveport, LA  71104

Wednesday Bible Study

Join us for our Adult Bible Study Wednesday Mornings at 10:00am beginning February 19th.  

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