Children and Youth at Christ the King  2017-2018

Christ the King offers Christian education for children and youth ages 3 and up, in addition to nursery care for children under 4.  For children ages 3-5 and 1st-5th grade,  Sunday school begins at 9:45, and ends with the children joining the rest of the congregation for Holy Eucharist at 10:40.





Ages 3-5

For ages 3-5, we offer Godly Play, a Montessori-based curriculum that engages children’s imagination and sense of wonder, as they learn our sacred stories.



1st-6th grade

For ages 6-11, we offer Sunday School based on the Weaving God’s Promises curriculum. Children engage with the stories of Scripture, and learn about the liturgy and traditions of the church.





Special Activities

Christ the King also offers a special children’s service on Christmas Eve, a Christmas Pageant, and a special service for children during Holy Week. In the summer, children can participate in vacation bible school.  There are also many opportunities for children to serve in the various ministries of the church, as acolytes, lectors, greeters,singing, helping with parish clean up days, cooking and helping out with the Food Pantry.






Our youth are encouraged to participate in all aspects of parish life.  We value their leadership and gifts.  Youth sing in the choir, volunteer at the food pantry, cook, make repairs and participate in outreach.  They gather for fellowship and learning, and confirmation classes are offered every other year.







Youth attend an annual overnight
retreat at St. John the Divine (Nightwatch) and gather with other youth for annual mission trips and other activities.










Young people are encouraged to participate in worship as acolytes, readers, greeters or lay eucharistic ministers. 




Youth at Christ the King have the opportunity to go on mission trips each summer.  In recent years, we have alternated between trips to Kentucky to repair homes for low income homeowners, and trips to Navajoland in Bluff, Utah, to offer vacation bible school and learn about Navajo culture.  Young people participate in planning and fundraising for each trip.