You have spoken. We listened. Now, we’re responding. Beginning in September, Christ the King’s Sunday morning schedule will be adjusted in order to offer faith formation for all ages between our two worship services. Read More
CtK continues to discern following our recent worship and music study. Ahead of making any more sweeping decisions regarding worship, a clear take-away from the study was that more time was needed between services. Read More
Now our eyes are set on Mary and Joseph as they travel to Bethlehem and as we prepare to light the candles of joy and love the next two Sundays. It is the perfect theme as our Sunday school children lead us in worship with their pageant, “Woven Together in Love: It’s Amazing.” Come, hear the Christmas story and witness the gift of our children leading worship. Read More
Woven together of diverse strands, Christ the King is a faith community that serves, prays and lives together both on Sunday mornings and during the week. God weaves us together in worship, in life and in community.
We are not a church of “either/or,” we are a church of “many/and.”
By creating worship services that are not restricted by labels, we open ourselves up to listen to God who calls us into new, abundant life together. Read More
Celebrate Recovery is a biblical and balanced program that helps us overcome our hurts, hang-ups, and habits. It is based on the actual words of Jesus rather than psychological theory. The twelve steps and 8 principles are biblically grounded in scripture.
CtK member, Fred Bergsrud, is a volunteer with the Reading Buddies program at Bel Air Elementary School. There is a need for more volunteers with this program. Volunteers meet with students on Tuesdays from 10:00 – 11:00.