What is our “why?” Put another way, why does Christ the King exist as congregation in New Brighton, Minn. in the year 2016? This question—recently posed to the new Stewardship Team by our consultant from Kairos—ought to be at the heart of our discussions about our ministry at CtK. Read More
Each year, the church remembers all of the saints who have gone before us. But what is a saint? On this All-Congregation Night, members of every generation will be invited to share stories of the saints who have blessed our lives. Read More
Founded in part by Christ the King’s Liberian members, our Liberian Partners Ministry works to support a congregation and school in Monrovia, Liberia. Join us Sunday, Oct. 23 to learn more about this continuing partnership. Read More
Whether you’re new to the faith, haven’t belonged to a church for a while, or are a long-term churchgoer simply looking to transfer your membership, we would love your participation in this process. 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.