“If” by Rudyard Kipling, is one of my favorite poems. Each stanza begins with “if” followed by a summons to maturity. My favorite stanza is “If you can fill the unforgiving minute with sixty seconds of distance run…”. While I’m not entirely sure, I believe Kipling is suggesting that not all minutes are created equal. Some matter more than others. In our next sermon series “The Unforgiving Minute” we will look at important minutes in the lives of a few biblical characters. What made the minute important? How did they respond? How did their faith inform their response? I look forward to studying them and learning from their example so that we, like them may fill the unforgiving minute with sixty seconds of distance run.
~ David Glade
Men's Ministry
Low Country Boil
Join us
for dinner and fellowship.

Sunday, June 2
6:00 pm

David Glade's Home

CtK Concert Series

Sunday, June 9
Chatham Rabbits

Folk music & food truck from
Rockland's BBQ

5:00 pm

To listen to a preview of their music,  click here .


Join us for
the "Shipwreched" theme adventure.

July 23- July 26
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Youth and Adult Volunteers are needed.

Register Here
CtK Soccer Outing

Sunday, August 11

Audi Field
DC United vs.LA Galaxy 

Discounted tickets - $40 (Scholarships available)

Invite your friends for a fun evening of fellowship and "football." Youth are welcome.

RSVP to  Peter Schwanda  to reserve a ticket.

Welcome Lunch June 2, following worship. Studio 9. If you are new to CTK, please join us for lunch and learn more about our church family.

Membership Class June 2, 9, 16. Studio 9. Join us if you are interested in becoming a member of CTK.

CtK Concert Series   Save the dates for these upcoming concerts at Convergence.
June 9, 5:00 pm - Chatham Rabbits. Folk music & food truck from Rockland's BBQ.

Education & Formation May 12-June 16 will offer two courses:
Early Church History & Church Councils: This class will explore church history by looking at the "ecumenical" church councils, the doctrinal beliefs expressed by the creeds that came out of them. Taught by Arthur Freyre, this class will be followed by a class this summer on Anglican Church History taught by Rev. Sam Pascoe.

Conversations With Jesus: This Bible study series will explore various conversations with Jesus from the Gospels, both to deepen our understanding of who Jesus is, and to contribute to our CtK missionary partnership with Getachew. Part of our work on this summer's trip to Kenya will be to lead a group of evangelists through a simple series that they can use as they minister to the unreached. In order to prepare this resource, we will go through the studies here, and flesh out illustrations, applications, and teaching points that will be a help for our missionary partners. 

Women’s Ministry  Email  kdoster@ctkalexandria.org  for more details.
· Lunch Bunch—June 9, following Education & Formation.
· Mom's Morning Out— June 10, 10:15-11:30am. Emily Newman's home.
· Praying in Color—June 11, 7:00-8:00 pm.
Men's Low Country Boil June 2. David Glades's home. Join us for dinner and fellowship.

Father Daughter Camping Trip June 15-16. Register here .

CtK Summer Picnic June 23, following worship.

Vacation Bible School and Youth Adventure Trips July 23-26! 9:00 am - 12:00 pm.
Ages 3 (toilet trained) through 5th grade. Register here .

Summer Mission Trip  We are receiving applications for our summer mission trip to N. Kenya. Tentative dates are July 21-31. Please contact Barb Nelson barb.nelson@starpower.net for more information.

Children’s Ministry  Our interim director is Krystyn Carey. She can be reached at kcarey@ctkalexandria.org if you have any questions.

Children's Ministry Director Christ the King is seeking a Director of Children's Ministry. This is a 20 hour a week position overseeing our mission for kids from birth through 5th grade. Interested candidates should contact   dglade@ctkalexandria.org
Click Here to view the job description

The Anglican Church  Christ the King is a member of the Anglican Church in North American and the Diocese of the mid-Atlantic. Both distribute regular updates and newsletters. You will find information about the Anglican Church in North America here - information about the Diocese of the MidAtlantic here .
Ministry Update   Sojourners is the name given to the ministry we began in 2016 as we intentionally opened our doors to Michel. Like so many, Michel had fled the violence of his own home and found a new home with us. Due to the exciting and likely possibility that Michel will soon be reunited with his family of four, we have not yet expanded this ministry. Our goal is to first provide for this dear family and then prayerfully consider expanding this ministry to others. For more information, please contact the coordinator for this ministry, Jack Rusenko at jack@rusenko.com .

Midweek Eucharist Service Tuesdays, Noon. Stained Glass Room, 1801 N. Quaker Lane.

Small Groups   Small groups are coed and geographically based, and meet biweekly for friendships, study, prayer, and support. Click here for more information about small groups.

Holy Table  Please consider joining the holy table set up team. This team prepares the table for worship. Service is monthly. Linda Greenberg will be in the front of the church following service to receive volunteers or you may contact her at  lindaroseveargreenberg@comcast.net .

Welcome Team We need additional ushers to serve monthly on the Sunday morning Welcome Team. This is a great way to serve our church family. Email rpruitt@ctkalexandria.org or sign up in the Welcome Area this Sunday.

Meal Ministry CtK seeks to bless those in challenging circumstances by providing meals. If you need a meal or if you would like to provide a meal to an individual or family, contact hayleypost@gmail.com

Flower Ministry Parishioners may sponsor floral arrangements each Sunday. Dedications/memorials may be listed in the bulletin and flowers may be taken home or given to someone in need. A $75 donation for each floral arrangement is requested. Contact Pat Tierney for more information. Sign up in the Welcome Area this Sunday.

127:1 Fund  Th is is the name of our savings fund for our permanent church home. The name of the fund refers to Psalm 127:1. Our target is 1.5 million. Our building fund has a current balance of $339,630, with an additional $426,768 pledged for a total of $766,398.

Missed a Sermon?