See “Our Services” for special Services

Saturday, 6:00 P.M. (Casual, Contemporary Music),
3rd Saturday – Taizé,
5th Saturday – Evensong

Sunday, 8:00 A.M. (Rite I)

Sunday, 10:30 A.M. (Rite II, and Live Stream)


Our Sunday Live Stream Service at 10:30 am on Facebook Live and YouTube Live.


Saturday 6:00 PM – Omega Service (Rite II)
This is a contemporary, laid back service that includes Holy Communion and a Dutch Treat fellowship dinner after the service at a local restaurant.
                   3rd Saturday 6:00 PMTaizé Service.  This is a meditative and quiet service with Holy Communion

                   5th Saturday’s 6:00 PMEvensong Service.  This a service of evening prayers, psalms, and canticles, conducted according
to a set form, especially that of the Anglican Church with Holy Communion.

Sunday 8:00 AM – Traditional Service (Rite I) 
We offer a Communion service with traditional hymns played on our pipe organ.

Sunday 10:30 AM – Family Service (Rite II)/Live Stream Service on Facebook Live and YouTube Live.
This service has a variety of music provided by the King’s Choir, cantors. and pipe organ organ.  Our bell choir, The King Ringers plays on occasion.  During this service, children ages 4 through fifth grade are encouraged to participate in our Children’s Sunday School during the school year from September through May.

Free Nursery (Open for 10:30 am Service on Sunday)
The nursery is located east of the atrium across from the library. Free nursery care is provided each Sunday morning from 10:15 a.m. until 11:45 a.m.

LIVE STREAM – Sunday’s at 10:30 am (countdown begins at 10:20 am)

You can find current and past Facebook Live stream videos here. The services are also available on YouTube.

Follow along with the service by downloading the latest Sunday Bulletin.

Instructions for Accessing our Live Stream

1.  If you are a Facebook User go to our CtK Facebook page:`

Click “Like” and Click “Follow” under the picture.

When you do this, when we go live on Facebook, you will get a notification
on your Facebook page that Christ the King Episcopal is going Live.

2.  Via Email:
Those of you that get the E-Herald Newsletter (and this e-mail)
should be getting an email when we go live that will look like this:

From    Kathy Hatter          Subject   CtK is going Live

If you click on the link inside this email it will take you to the Live Stream
on Facebook, even if you do not have a Facebook account.

Note: If you are not getting an email when we go Live and would like to,
please let me know at

Notes and tips: 
If you go to website before the Live Stream starts, you may have to
Reload” your page. To do this, click on the round arrow on the top
left hand of the website, right next to the page URL (
You may have to do reload more than once.

When you initially get into the Live Stream through the Website, it
will be muted.  Click on the speaker picture in the bottom left corner
of the video to unmute it.

If you would like to watch in Full Screen mode, click on the button
(bottom left corner) that says Full Screen.