Norwich is the bustling heart of Norfolk; a blending of modern highstreets and cobbled medieval lanes, the city is as metropolitan as its inhabitants.

King’s Community Church is spread over three sites throughout the city to serve and interact with as many people as possible. Our longest-established location is our City Centre site on King Street (pictured), where we also have our main offices. To the north of Norwich is our Mile Cross site where we have several community outreach groups during the week. For the west of Norwich, we have the City West site, near the University of East Anglia.

We are a community of people working out what it means to follow Jesus in the 21st century. We love God and we love people.

Over the course of the ID year you'll be immersed in the life and mission of King's, where you can serve in a wide variety of exciting ministries and be lovingly discipled. In previous years our ID students have got involved in worship, kids work, our community projects and youth work - to name a few areas!

King's are able to support ID students by paying 50% of your course fees.

If you’re considering doing ID at King’s please come and chat to us! We would love to discuss your options further and whether there are the opportunities for you to serve in the areas of work you are passionate about. To get in contact with us please email 


Why be an ID intern?

ID is a year-long church internship program designed to help you walk with Jesus into the adventures that he has for you. Over the course of the year you'll be immersed in the life and mission of a local church, where you can serve in a wide variety of exciting ministries and be lovingly discipled. We also expose you to exciting missional opportunities with Relational Mission churches in the UK and Europe.

We want to intentionally disciple you. To help you grow in knowledge and passion for God, to learn you are you, and how you can live and speak for Jesus in every area of life.

Why host or send an ID intern?

Our hope is that ID not only blesses the individual interns but also the churches that host and send them. Having an ‘IDer’ in your church who is well invested in and given opportunities to serve and step out demonstrates a commitment to investing in individuals.

Likewise, sending folks on ID shows that as a church you are committed to Christ’s commission and value the apostolic as much as the local.

So, who could you send onto the course? Could your church offer someone a placement?

Who is it for?

Anyone aged 18+ who is able to take a year out and who wants to grow in their faith.

ID can be a wonderful opportunity for college/school leavers to get a solid foundation of theology and character before heading to the work place or off to university. Likewise for those finishing university considering what to do next. We have also had a good number of men and women in their twenties and thirties take career breaks in order to do the course. We haven't yet had anyone in retirement come onto the course, but we’re open to that!

I'm in! How do I apply?

The application process can be found on the ID webpage. Applicants complete an online form which comes through to the ID team who then contact the sending church to discuss the applicant and the placement options available.

Or you can contact Matt Fell directly to ask any questions and to find out more.