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.
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:
- Kingdom Advancement
- Gospel Intentionality in everyday life
- Low barrier gospel conversation
Meet our Mission Community Group Leaders.
Cedar St : Kirk and Kourtney Richeson
Fairfield : Rayne Dodd
Cherry St : Matt and Kayla Schreiner
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
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.