UPDATE: 3/1/2021 ALL IN-PERSON WORSHIP at this Time!
Masks Required & Social Distancing

Saturday, 6:00 P.M. (Casual, Rite II, Inside)
Sunday, 8:00 A.M. (Outside, Rite I, East Patio)
Sunday, 10:30 A.M. (Inside. Rite II, and Live Stream)

The design of Christ the King’s music program complements and enriches services and also expands the congregation’s knowledge of the breadth and depth of Sacred musical traditions.  Children, adults, volunteers, and professionals all help to create a strong, diverse, and active music program at Christ the King. Pictured above is Christ the King’s pipe organ. The installation of the Aeolian-Skinner (Op. 1192) organ was completed in the spring of 2012.

 

Technical specifications for CTK’s pipe organ:
Great (Manual I); Gedeckt 16′; Principal 8′; Bourdon 8′ (from Gedeckt 16′); Dulciana 8′;  Unda Maris 8′; Octave 4′; Harmonic Flute 4′; Twelfth 2 2/3′; Fifteenth 2′; Mixture II; Clarinet 8′; Chimes; Tremulant; Swell (Manual II); Geigen Diapason 8′; Rohrflote 8′; Gamba 8′; Gamba Celeste 8′; Gemshorn 4′; Flute Triangulaire 4′; Nazard 2-2/3′; Flute 2′ (from Flute Triangulaire 4′); Larigot 1-1/3′ (from Nazard 2-2/3′); Trompette 8′; Vox Humana 8′; Hautbois 4′; Tremulant; Pedal; Bourdon 16′; Gedeckt 16′ (Great); Principal 8′; Gedeckt 8′ (Great); Octave 4′ (from Principal 8′); Gedeckt 4′ (Great); Contre Trompette 16′ (1-12 digital; 13-32 from Swell); Hautbois 4′ (Swell)

Full complement of couplers. Solid-state combination action with 8 levels of memory.