What Will Your Ministry Be?
We’re all called to and created for ministry. We all have a mission field in our daily lives. And throughout the week, we practice some of that ministry together. Check out where we serve and where you might like to join us.
Serve the Poor & Marginalized
Caring for the Vulnerable Seniors in Our Community
God's Special Friends
2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Wednesdays of the month (September-May) 7:00-8:30pmGod’s Special Friends is a ministry to the special needs residents in our community and beyond. The group shows God’s love through Christian fellowship, prayer, and bible teaching with stories, fun games, movies and crafts. Ages vary from teens to senior citizens with a wide range in levels of ability.
Tuesdays at 7:00pm: Alcoholics Anonymous
Thursdays at 7:00pm: Narcotics Anonymous
Fridays at 8:00pm: Alcoholics Anonymous
Christ the King Vineyard hosts 3 weekly recovery communities. Alcoholics Anonymous is a support and recovery group specifically for those struggling with an addiction to alcohol. Narcotics Anonymous is a support and recovery group specifically for those struggling with an addiction to narcotics.
Mom Life Group
2nd Friday of the Month (September-May, 9:30-11:30am)
Mom LIfe Group is about meeting the needs of every mom of a child from conception through high school. At Mom Life Group, you will experience authentic community, mothering support, personal growth, and spiritual hope; all to help you be the best mom possible. See the group FaceBook page for mom nights out, play dates and other events: https://www.facebook.com/CTKMOPS.
Nurture Your Spirit & Growth
In spiritual direction we carve out a space where we can more attentively notice and nurture how Jesus is speaking and leading in your daily life. Appointments are typically one hour every month.
CTK has biblically and theologically trained spiritual directors on staff to meet with you through a period of discernment, journey with you through the next phase of your spiritual development, or even help you plan an individual spiritual retreat.
Retreats & Prayer Experiences
Retreats are simply a way for us to break from the ordinary to experience the God of our everyday life with a special attention and focus.
Every other winter, we facilitiate an off-site weekend retreat soaked in prayer and reflection.
Between biennial retreats, we host afternoon creative prayer experiences one Saturday each quarter to continue exploring new and deeper ways that we can relate to an extraordinary God in the midst of the ordinary.