There are many ways to get involved at Christ the King and share your gifts.  If you have an interest or an idea that is not on this list, please let us know—we are always open to new possibilities.


• Adult Education—there are many opportunities for adults to continue their spiritual formation, including bible studies, book studies, prayer groups, retreats and adult forums. To find out about current offerings or to help plan or lead an educational event.  Contact:  The Rev. Alison Quin,




• Building Committee—If you like doing repairs, this group helps keep the church in good repair, welcoming to all who come to us.   Contact: Donal Carroll,


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• Choir–If you like to sing, and want to share your gifts, we would love to have you.  Contact:  Dr. Barbara Wild,




• Coffee Hour—one of the most important ministries is welcoming people and what better way to make people feel welcome than by providing food?  Volunteers take turns bringing food and making coffee for the coffee hour after each service.    There is a sign-up sheet on the bulletin board for 8am and 10am coffee hour.  Contact: Rod Basten,

• Communications Committee—this group works on evangelism and publicity through our website, social media, news media and signage.  Contact: Jeff DaPuzzo,

 • Pastoral Care—members of this group care for those in the church who are sick, homebound, bereaved or distressed in any way. We visit, make phone calls, send cards and pray, as well as offering occasional practical assistance.  Contact:  The Rev. Janet Vincent,


• Quilting–This group creates quilts for newly baptized babies, as well as people with chronic illness.  No experience necessary–we will teach you!  Contact: Linda Fitzpatrick,

• Stewardship—the church is supported mainly through the donations of members, each of whom is asked to make an annual pledge of financial support. The committee organizes the annual pledge campaign, which takes place each fall. In recent years, the campaign has featured a parish dinner with skits. Volunteers with various skills are needed, from fundraising to cooking, acting and directing.  Contact:  Tully Anderson,



 • Sunday School—we currently have four Sunday school classes, Godly Play for ages 2-4, grades 1st-3rd, grades 4th-6th and grades 7th and up.  Volunteers teach Sunday school, with the help of assistants.  Contact: Linda Fitzpatrick,



• Vestry—the vestry is the elected board of the church. A nominating committee invites people to run for vestry and they are elected by the parish at our annual parish meeting each January, and serve for three -year terms. The vestry is responsible for the finances and property of the church, and for hiring the rector. They also serve as liaisons for different areas of ministry, and provide spiritual leadership.   Contact: the Rev. Alison Quin,


• Welcome Committee–this group helps reach out to the community, invite people to church and welcome newcomers.  Contact:  Colleen DePuy,



• Worship—there are many ways to help out with worship. You can serve as a greeter, a reader, an acolyte, a lay Eucharistic minister, a member of the altar guild, or you can join the Worship Committee to help plan worship.  Contact: The Rev. Alison Quin,





DSC_0848Youth Group–the youth group often needs adult chaperones for their mission trips, trip to St. John the Divine etc.  They also need adults who are willing to help plan fundraisers or other events along with our youth.  Contact:  The Rev. Alison Quin,