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

Deborah Pearce to Speak at CTK

Sunday, February 25, 8:45 and 11:00 a.m.

Deborah Pearce, the principal at Peck Elementary School, will be our guest speaker, following both of our services (at 7:45 and 9:45 am).  Christ the King is looking for ways to cooperate with Peck and better serve our neighbors, including participating in a Neighborhood Walk on Saturday, March 10.

How Can I Make Lent Meaningful?

Renewing Relationship with God and One Another

The season of Lent is set aside in the Christian calendar as a time to renew our relationships with God and one another.  That means, there are two dimensions to Lent:  a personal practice, which is focused on deepening our relationship with God, and a communal practice, which helps us to deepen our relationship with other people.

For your personal devotions, we’ve compiled a group of online resources for you to use on a daily basis.

For your communal practice, in addition to our regular Sunday worship, Christ the King will be offering several home Eucharists, where we will share communion with one another, followed by a potluck dinner. (See Events for specific dates.)

We will also be going, as a group, to attend the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit at the Denver Museum of Science and Nature.  Tickets are required for this event; more information is available at the church office (Office; 303-424-5288).

You are also welcome to volunteer with one of our outreach ministries, such as St. Clare’s Table and our Neighborhood Dinner, or look for other volunteer opportunities in your community.  Finally, Lent is also an appropriate time to make a financial donation to a charity of your choice.

May this Lenten season be a blessing to you and others.

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Welcome to Our Website

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

Carr St. view in June 

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

We've started a craft group here at Christ the King, which is open to all.  We'll meet next on Monday, February 5, 10:00 a.m. - noon. Bring your projects and ideas with you!     

All are welcome at our Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper on February 13, 6:00 - 7:00 pm.  Tickets are $5/person, $15/family.

Our Ash Wednesday Services will be held on February 14 at 6:30 am, 12:00 Noon, and 7:00 pm.

Our Next Neighborhood Dinner will be on Wednesday, February 28.  We hope you will come!