King Shenjing of Zhou (Chinese: 周慎靚王; pinyin: Zhōu Shènjìng Wáng), or King Shenching of Chou, was the thirty-fifth king of the Chinese Zhou Dynasty and the twenty-fourth of Eastern Zhou.
His personal name was Dìng, whilst his ancestral name was Jī. He is commonly known as King Shenjing; this was actually his posthumous name. It means "prudent and tranquil".
He was a son of his predecessor, King Xian of Zhou and thus nephew of King Lie; his paternal grandfather was King An of Zhou.
Shenjing fathered his successor, King Nan of Zhou, who had a very long reign.