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Welcome to the Episcopal Church of Christ the King, Arvada, Colorado


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Today's Message

We invite you to join us in creating a spiritual home where we center ourselves in God,
build connections among our members and neighbors,
and care for our community and God's world.

What's New at Christ the King


Ralston House to Receive Open Offering

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Each month, Christ the King designates an agency or church program to receive our “open” offering.  This month, as part of a national effort to highlight the importance of preventing child abuse, Ralston House will receive this offering. Ralston House offers a safe place for young people to tell their stories and to find the support they need to heal.  Each week, we’ll be adding more pinwheels – watch our garden grow!

Interested in making your contribution?  Contact Ralston House and plant your own pinwheel garden!

The Gratitude Project

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Looking to make the world a better place? During this Easter season, we invite you to join us in practicing gratitude as a spiritual discipline.  Over the next few weeks, we will be offering suggestions for your own practice; just click on the links below. Feel free to use what is helpful to you.

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Welcome to Our Website


Please visit often. Our website is a work in progress.

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We'll add new information and pictures,events, and announcements concerning opportunities for worship, prayer and study.

Feel free to send comments to Rev. Becky.

Sunday Mornings at Christ the King


Sunday is the busiest time for our community, and all ages are welcome to participate in worship. Soft toys and age-appropriate bulletins are available for our younger children; there is a also a family room for parents who would like to let children move more freely. Nursery Care  is also available  for children from infancy to 4 years old on Sunday mornings beginning at 9:45 a.m. under the careful supervision of Kaela Bredine. Following our worship services, people gather for coffee hour and occasional programs or discussions of parish concerns.  Visitors and newcomers often find that this fellowship time good opportunity to meet the members of Christ the King.

Neighborhood News


Our Next Neighborhood Dinner will be on Wednesday, April 25.  We'll be serving meat loaf, a variety of side dishes, salad, and desserts.  We hope you will come!

 

We've started a craft group here at Christ the King, which is open to all.  We'll meet next on Monday, May 7, 10:00 a.m. - noon. Bring your projects and ideas with you!     

 "Dare to Be Different" is our theme this year for Bible Friends Camp, which will be held June 25 - 29, from 5:30 - 8:30 p.m.  Registration will open on May 15; camp includes dinner for attendees!