There are many ways you and your family can get plugged into the fellowship at Christ the King. Below are just a few of the ministries that Christ the King either hosts or supports. Please contact us for details, directions and inquiries.


Perspectives is a 15-week course that highlights God's global purpose through: Theology, History, Culture, and Strategy. The Perspectives coarse seeks to awaken the Body of Christ to pursue the fulfillment of God’s global purpose within every people. The course is taught by a different instructor every week and will open your eyes to a deeper vision of God’s mercy, greatness and love. Perspectives begins the first week of August 2019.


Watch this video on Perspectives, visit the Perspectives website, or sign up now for this fall’s class.

Global Missions

How can they believe if they have not heard? At Christ the King our families and fellowship nurture the call to go, tell, and make disciples. This call to go is for all believers, but for some that call extends to other cultures and nations. Christ the King currently supports six people serving or preparing to serve as cross-cultural workers and missionaries. These partnerships include prayer, finances and maintaining relationship through volunteer Missions Advocates. We are a congregation eager to go and remain connected to all who have been sent because, “how will anyone go and tell them without being sent” (Rom 10:15). For more information contact Matt Foster, Director of Mission & Ministry, at

Christ and Kilos

Christ and Kilos is a weekly Bible study for men of all ages. The guys meet at the Moshers' home to practice weight training, fellowship and discuss various topics related to becoming men after God's own heart. 

Contact: Matt Mosher

Hospitality House

The fellowship at Christ the King prepares a dinner at the Hospitality House each month. There is also a worship service on the second and fourth Sundays following a hot breakfast of pancakes and sausage. Come to serve, fellowship and share life with our community.

Contact: Matt Foster

Hope Pregnancy Center

Hope Pregnancy Center is a faith-based non-profit organization committed to empowering women with unplanned pregnancies to thrive. Any woman facing an unexpected pregnancy, regardless of her faith background or what choice she makes about her pregnancy, will receive non-judgmental and compassionate support.