Isaiah 6:8  And I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?” Then I said, “Here am I! Send me.”

Anglican 4th Day

Meeting Christ The three day weekend provides a living experience, meeting Christ and meeting fellow Christians in a friendly, non-threatening, and joyous atmosphere. The Anglican 4th Day weekend begins on Thursday evening and ends Sunday evening.  During the three days, you will hear 15 talks and 5 meditations given by clergy and laity who make up the team.  The talks are on topics such as Grace, Faith, Piety, Study, Action, and Sacraments. There is also daily Eucharist and time for…

Bible Study

Weekly bible Studies The Apostle Paul encourages us to “stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together” (Hebrews 10:24-25). Wednesday 10:30 am – CTKA Sanctuary – Father Don Men’s Bible Studies Tuesday, 7:00 am – United Way Bldg, 1401 NE 2nd St – Father Don Thursday, 6:45 am – 1107 E Silver Spring Blvd, Ste 2 – Walter Berman Thursday, 12:00 pm – 2201 SE 30 Ave – Joe London Saturday, 7:00 am –…

Christmas Shoe Box Ministry

Shoe Box Ministry Since 1993, Operation Christmas Child, a division of Samaritan’s Purse, has sent Christmas Shoe Boxes to children around the world who have endured difficult circumstances:  war, poverty, loss of family, weather disasters, etc. Every Shoe Box is an opportunity to share the gospel and celebrate the true meaning of Christmas. We work year-round to prepare the boxes and hold fundraisers to pay to ship the boxes.  Edna arenado 352-342-0871

Children’s Ministry

Children’s Ministry We love children at Christ the King Anglican Church! “Jesus said, ‘Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.’” Matthew 19:14 Children are vital members of our church, and we believe that it is our responsibility to give them the tools and opportunities to establish a lifelong relationship with Jesus Christ. During our 10:15 am Sunday worship service, children engage in a liturgical service just…

Daughters of the Holy Cross

Empowering Women The vision of the Order of the Daughters of the Holy Cross is to gather Anglican women and girls into a nurturing and empowering community.  We are called to be servants of Jesus as He unites and builds up His Body, the Church. We meet on the third Monday of every month at 4 pm to serve the Church and the community in practical ways.  Diane Townsend – 352-237-0815

Parish Nurses

Faith Community Nursing Parish nurses minister their skill set by taking blood pressures every first Sunday of the month, they call to check in on our sick and/or hospitalized church family. We welcome any nurse who would like to be a part of this rewarding ministry.

Daughters of the King

Vow of prayer This is an Order of Women who take a vow of prayer and service.  One of their ministries is to provide receptions for funerals. Members accompany the priest every Wednesday to visit our parish shut-ins.  We meet on the second Monday of the month at noon in the North Hall. Alana Baxter – 352-895-7629

Helping Hands

Helping others This ministry provides repair work of various kinds, carpentry, plumbing, electrical work, painting, etc. around the home for members of our congregation who are no longer able to handle these tasks.  We are always looking for skilled workers to help with this ministry. Steve Forrest – 352-694-7673.

Knitters and Stitchers

We gather together to knit, crochet, or quilt while visiting with one another, encouraging each other, and teaching beginners these crafts.  We have created countless prayer shawls, baby blankets, and lap throws that have been distributed to those in need. This ministry is one of prayer and caring for others started by Gail Tuck in September 2008.  We welcome anyone interested in knitting, crocheting, or quilting. We meet at 6 pm on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month.…

Men’s Ministry

God desires for the church to reach men with the gospel of Christ and help them grow to maturity. Our men’s ministry intentionally draws men to God and to each other. By strengthening the lay leadership in the church, men’s ministry serves the needs of the congregation and community. Contact Fr. Don 352-351-9727

Prayer Ministry

“You will show me the way of life, granting me the joy of your presence and the pleasures of living with you forever.”   Psalms 16:11 Praying for and with each other The goal of a prayer ministry is not to do all the praying for the church, but to equip, enable, and encourage church members to pray continually and effectively while making prayer a part of everything they do.  Eleanor Curran 352-812-7894


gathering together Christ The King Church sponsors a regular monthly luncheon for older adults. In addition to the covered dish meal, a speaker or program entertains, informs, and/or inspires. We welcome all Seniors, both men, and women, to bring a side dish and gather for a potluck luncheon and short program on the 4th Friday of each month in the North Hall.  Fran Christman – 407-953-9226
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