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.

College students

"On our campus God’s praise is often absent in classrooms, residence halls and organizations. We want to see the name of Jesus proclaimed and exalted on our campus, amongst our friends, within our community and ultimately around the world. InterVarsity is not just another Christian organization on campus. We host Bible studies, Large Group gatherings, conferences, missions trips and other things but we are not interested in simply providing Christian programs or functions for people to attend. These things are the means by which we introduce students to the transforming grace of the Gospel. They are means by which we develop strong disciples who engage the world with the life, message and truth of Jesus Christ. We want our campus to see the Lord lived out in the lives of our students. We want our campus to hear the Gospel proclaimed faithfully. We want our campus to experience the love of God through the power of His Spirit."

Contact: Zane Pinkleton

Men's Ministry

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

Men's Breakfast

3rd Saturday of each month, 8:30am at the Waterwheel Cafe on 105. Enjoy breakfast and a time of encouragement from Christian brothers. 

Women's Ministry

The Gathering of Daughters

The Gathering of Daughters takes place at 7:00 pm on the second Monday of each month, where the women of the church gather to share fellowship at the Blackburn home.

Contact: Lauren Blackburn


Hope Pregnancy Center

Hospitality House

The fellowship at Christ the King prepares a meal for the community at the Hospitality House each month. Come help us prepare and serve a meal for the struggling of our community. 

Contact: Matt Mosher