How to Become a Member
KIROS is a volunteer-led organization. As such, a broad and deep membership base is a crucial aspect of a thriving KIROS organization. This robust membership group exists to support the KIROS mission and each other as Christian business professionals.
If you feel led to support the KIROS mission, its statement of purpose, and its core values, we would be honored if you considered standing along side of KIROS as a Member. It is easy to take this step to stand along side of KIROS:
- Agree with KIROS statement of purpose/core values
- Agree with KIROS statement of faith
- Agree with KIROS guiding principles
Click below to become a new KIROS member and pay your Annual Membership fee of $100.00 by credit card. By paying the KIROS membership fees, you acknowledge agreement with the above statements. The KIROS membership list is posted on our website and at select breakfast meetings. If you would like to opt-out of this posted list, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to create or renew your Annual KIROS Membership.
You may also pay via check directly. Please make the check payable to KIROS and mail to:
PO Box 481
Bellevue, WA. 98009-0481
Membership Update: We are pleased to announce that as a new benefit of KIROS membership, each member with receive an official KIROS name badge. These badges are to be worn at our monthly breakfast events to thank you and honor your membership.
The badges will have a white background with the KIROS logo and are 1.5″ high x 3″ wide with a magnetic fastener. We will be customizing each one with the member’s name, company and position.
The badges have been sponsored by one of our members and will be provided at the chapter breakfast of your choosing, i.e. Seattle, Bellevue or Tacoma. If you would like to have a name badge available at additional chapter breakfasts, they can be purchased for $10 each. Please click here to pay for an additional name badge (for those that are already members).
Name badge information can be provided when you fill out your membership application or be emailing to email@example.com.
We are here to set the context that creates a rooted community at a practical and emotional level — connecting, encouraging, and equipping each other for transformation of our business communities.
Our unmatched level of accessibility and balance sets us apart.
+ We balance thoughtfulness with practicality. Our meeting environment welcomes theologically-minded individuals and working professionals alike.
+ We bridge the gap between people who think business means mission and people who think the nature of work and business has intrinsic value. We equally affirm both.
+ We focus on a wide variety of working professionals, not just high-level leaders, and entrepreneurs, but people from all walks of business life. At the same time, we aim to work across sectors, e.g., in financial services, the trades, design, manufacturing, sale, consulting; and with a diverse community: business owners, young entry-level employees, executives, entrepreneurs, retired seniors, men and women, etc.
+ We are not a networking group but we believe in the power of transformed, meaningful, and rooted relationships, which may or may not lead people to work with one another.
So what we are saying is: we are balanced and we are accessible. This doesn’t mean we are diluted. It means we are transformed and rooted.