Our approach to worship:
is designed to connect with the hearts and minds of a diverse, multi-generational community in contemporary and fresh expressions of worship, leading us in a vibrant relationship with Jesus.
At the same time, we gratefully worship in the historic traditions of the early church — in an interactive liturgy including Scripture and Sacrament (most particularly Communion, or the Lord’s Supper, or Eucharist, instituted by Jesus himself).
Our music is led by a team of gifted vocalists and instrumentalists and ranges from Wesley and Bach to Matt Redman and Andrew Peterson.
Each week, we have two services, each with a slightly different flavor of traditional Anglican worship.
The 8:30 a.m. service on Sunday mornings is a bit more formal with more traditional music. Clergy will wear robes, and we follow primarily the 1979 Rite II Order of Worship and the liturgies from the Anglican Church in North America.
The 10:45 a.m. service is more casual and contemporary in format and feeling. Often clergy will not wear robes, with more praise songs along with traditional hymns, more extemporaneous prayer, occasional times of personal sharing by those in the congregation, etc. We use Anglican liturgy from the Church of England, Diocese of Sydney, and Provinces of Kenya and Rwanda.
Teaching & Community Time (TCT)
Our two services are interluded with a time of fellowship and study, beginning at 10:00 a.m. We'd love to have you join us for some coffee and conversation in the Christ the King Fellowship Hall or to join in our rotating teaching series, which cover topics from specific books of the Bible to Political Theology to the New Urbanism. We also hold Sunday School classes for Children and Youth from Pre-K through High School, and nursery care is also available during this time.
The Church is a family made up of families. Jesus loved children, and we do too. Children of all ages are welcome in all our worship services. We do offer nursery care at both services and we typically invite children aged 2nd Grade and below to Children's Church after the opening songs during the 10:45 a.m. service. Children who leave for Children's Church re-join their families for the Eucharistic liturgy.