Christ the King-Epiphany is grounded in the Lutheran and Episcopal traditions, as well as enriched by those who have come to us from various faith traditions. We invite you to join us for worship.
When do you worship?
We worship every Sunday at 8:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m., although in summer we have a single 9 a.m. service. We also offer seasonal worship services during Christmas, Lent, Holy Week and for other special events throughout the year. Click on “Get Involved” in the menu above to check out “This Week at CTK-Epiphany” (a weekly calendar that is also emailed each Saturday—contact us at email@example.com to receive it), our monthly newsletter, and our monthly calendar.
What is worship like? (How long does it last?!)
Our Sunday worship observes the rich tradition of the Christian church: we read from Scripture, hear a sermon, sing hymns and songs, pray for one another and those in need, celebrate Holy Communion, and go forth to serve. Worship generally lasts one hour. Following worship, join us for coffee and light snacks.
Are there special ministries for children?
Yes. On Sunday mornings (September-June), children in preschool through middle school participate in a Sunday School program. Children of all ages are welcome in worship and, if you choose, nursery care is provided during worship for children 5 years old and younger. In addition, our children take part in other programs throughout the year, including Rally Day and an annual Christmas pageant.
Can I receive Holy Communion?
We celebrate Holy Communion each and every week. All baptized Christians, from any tradition or denomination, are welcome to receive, and guidance is provided in the bulletin. If you don’t wish to receive communion, you can still participate by coming forward for a blessing from the pastor. If you wish to receive communion but are unable to walk forward, please let an usher know, and the communion assistants will come to you.
Is there an offering?
Christ the King-Epiphany sustains its ministries and supports ministries in our community and throughout our world through the regular giving of its members and friends. Financial stewardship is an opportunity to respond to the gift of God’s abundance by giving back to God through financial support of the church. Just before Holy Communion, the ushers will collect an offering. We certainly don’t expect newcomers to put anything in the offering plate; this is completely up to you.
What should I wear?
On any given Sunday you may see neckties and dresses as well as shorts and sweatshirts. Whether you like to dress up or are more casual, just come as you are.