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We believe that God created us for community. God calls us to community within the local church, the global church, our neighborhoods, our jobs, our school-- all areas of our daily lives. Christian discipleship and intentional evangelism work together to structure biblical community. At CTKC we practice this through

  • Mission Communities
  • and DNA groups.

These groups have distinct focuses and goals that orient our focus on both sharing the gospel and learning more about Christ together.

Mission Communities

We define Mission Communities as a family of believers who regularly fellowship together for the sake of gospel engagement in their local community. M/C’s have several distinct purposes:

  • Evangelism
  • Kingdom Advancement
  • Gospel Intentionality in everyday life
  • Low barrier gospel conversation

Meet our Mission Community Group Leaders.

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Cedar St : Kirk and Kourtney Richeson

Rayne MC (2)

Fairfield : Rayne Dodd

Matt and Kayla

Cherry St : Matt and Kayla Schreiner

DNA Groups

DNA Groups are how we structure intimate, Christian fellowship at Christ the King Church. DNA stands for discipleship, nurture, and accountability. We define a DNA groups as a small group of 2-3 believers who gather together weekly to read scripture, practice accountability, confession, and prayer so that we may pursue and desire Christ most. The purpose of DNA groups are:

  • Reading scripture
  • Prayer
  • Confession
  • Accountability

DNA groups will meet every week- women with women and men with men. This is a time for believers to study scripture together and apply it to their daily lives. These groups are designed to be vulnerable, intentional and transparent.

To sign up for a group, fill out the form here For more information, you can contact us at