“Finding God in Work Transitions” Discussion Panel
Executive Director and Founder
About KIROS Bellevue
Welcome to the Bellevue Chapter page. The original KIROS chapter, which held its first meeting in March of 2002, serves Christians in business throughout the Eastside.
We meet monthly for breakfast at Maggiano’s Little Italy on NE 8th Street in downtown Bellevue where we connect, encourage, and equip each other to be transformed by rooted relationship in our personal, KIROS community, and business lives. Additionally, we meet in various small group settings to discuss the intersection of our Christian faith and our work.
The Bellevue Chapter is a place for everyone, not just senior leaders and entrepreneurs, but people from all walks and stages of business life. We work across sectors – financial services, the trades, design, manufacturing, sales, consulting; and with a diverse community: business owners, young entry-level employees, corporate executives, and entrepreneurs. We are intentionally co-ed, providing a safe environment for men and women to interact in a business setting.
If you have any questions or would like to learn more about the Bellevue Chapter, please contact the Bellevue KIROS Administrator at email@example.com.
“Transforming Lives Through our God-Given Abilities”
In January 2017, our Bellevue breakfast meeting featured Robert Katende, Founder of The Robert Katende Initiative – a non-profit organization whose mission is to enable the less privileged to realize their full potential in life…
Post-Event Discussion Group
KIROS may be starting a discussion group after our Bellevue meetings (beginning at 8:30am) to continue deeper discussion of the morning’s topic. Please contact us if you are interested in leading and/or joining this group. No cost will be involved. Contact info(at)kiros.org.
Bellevue Chapter News
The Bellevue chapter is seeking volunteers for our breakfast meetings and people to serve as table captains.
KIROS Transitions exists to connect, encourage and equip Christians who are in career transition and to be of support to one another…