Ministries

Pastoral Care

Are you looking for answers about God or about life, and you wonder where to turn? Do you want to grow in your relationship with God, but you don't know how? Would you like to know how to meet God and grow as a person of faith? At Christ Our King, our pastors are ready and willing to help you on your journey and are available to serve and care for all who attend our church. They are committed to knowing you, to be a friend and a listening ear, and to walk with you on your journey toward God.

Community Groups

Our community groups are small gatherings of people meeting all across our town. In these groups we dig deeper into the work of building close-knit relationships: sharing our stories, our joys, our fears, and our needs, and exploring God's Word together.

Nursery & King’s Kids

Children of all ages are always welcome in our worship services. We have a professional and highly skilled child care worker ready to serve you. Please see a greeter or a deacon for assistance. Children ages 3-9 are invited during the sermon to hear a Bible lesson, do a craft, and sing songs. Children return in time for communion.

City-wide & Global Missions

Members of Christ Our King are involved in many local organizations and events, including Love, Inc. and Granny's House. We also support several missions elsewhere in our nation and the world.

Special Events

We love to party! Throughout the year there are always picnics, parties, and other gatherings for you to experience community. Check out our event calendar to see what's coming up.

The Elswicks in Nicaragua

Team Elswick is made up of Tony and Amber Elswick along with their four daughters: Abigail (11), Hannah (10), Bethany (8) and Nicolette (5). They moved to Nicaragua in February 2015 to learn Spanish before starting their ministry. Evangelical Christianity in Nicaragua is growing rapidly but the pastors and lay leaders are woefully undertrained due in large part, to a lack of resources. The Elswicks have made it their mission, then, to help the church...