We value the children and youth of our church, and we are committed to building sustainable children and youth ministries that are going to have a deep impact on our church and local community.
Youth Bible Study:
Travis and Rachel Meyer are leading a 6th-8th grade bible study the first and third Sunday of each month from 7-8:30PM. Please call/text Rachel Meyer for more information, 602-317-4785.
Christ the King offers Sunday School for Children 4 years and older each week at 9:15am using a curriculum developed from Spark Curriculum and Weaving God’s Promises. NOTE: Last day of Sunday School before Summer Break 2019 is May 26 – Classes Resume August 11. See the Sunday School page for more information.
Nursery for children 0-3 is offered from 9:00am through the 10:30am service and following coffee hour.
Snack & Play is also offered for Children after the 10:30am service through 12:30pm
Please consider joining our CtK Episcopal Church Children and Youth Ministries Facebook Group so that you can participate in the discussion!
Youth and Families Program Development
Ministry Architects, a church consulting organization, visited our church and listened to our needs to help us build a better Children and Youth Ministry. We thank you for your involvement.
Leslie Manning presented the results of these discussions and her recommendations on August 25 and you may read the full report by clicking Ministry Architects Report August 25, 2018.
During the September Vestry Meeting, Christ the King agreed to engage Ministry Architects for Infrastructure Development – click to see the Youth Infrastructure Ministry Architects Contract
The Youth Cohort is actively working with Ministry Architects to define our programs and is increasing our scheduling of Youth Grade 6-12 events – please contact Denise Greene if you’d like to participate or have ideas for these events.
In addition, the Vestry made a strategic commitment to provide Childcare for all events at the Church where not having it would be a barrier to your participation, or where the intended audience might be better served. Please help us know when to cover all appropriate events.