We can't wait to meet you!
No matter if this is your first time visiting or you've been here before, you are welcome!

Even during this strange COVID time, if you're new we're excited to meet you and help you take the next steps in your faith.

How do I worship at CTK?

During this COVID pandemic, we are worshipping digitially every week. Check out the Events page for a list of upcoming services, which livestream right here on our website. If you miss a livestream or want to worship at another time, you can access our recent semons, songs, and services on our Worship page.

What about my kids?

Kids are important at Christ the King! We believe that "a cry in the church is a prayer of the future". We have special parts of worship dedicated just for kids and lots of ways to learn and play every week. Even in this distanced pandemic time, you can sign up to receive special at-home packages full of activities and family devotions.

Am I welcome?

Our vision of God's Kingdom is for "all God's people". That means we welcome, with no exceptions, all people to the full life of this community of faith. We invite you to come as you are, and leave connected to something deeper and more magnificent than you can possibly imagine.

How can I get connected?

If you've been worshipping for a while and want to take the next step in your faith, here are three ways to build that deeper connection here at Christ the King:

Contact a Pastor to schedule time for a one-on-one conversation.

Drop in one of our weekly Bible studies or one of our Discipleship Discovery Groups, a class-like experience that dives deep into a particular area of our Christian lives. Find upcoming opportunities on our Events page.

Participate in the work of our many and varied Ministry Teams. For Christ the King, ministry teams are the focal point for living out our commitments to the Gospel (our divine awakening), to discipleship (the inward journey), and to justice (the outward journey). For us, ministry teams carry the seeds of the destiny of humankind. We believe that the future depends in large part on how God acts through faithful, committed groups like these around the world.