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WeeklyAdult Formation

Here at Christ the King, we are deeply committed to and passionate about living faithfully into our baptismal covenant by "continuing in the apostles' teaching and fellowship, in the breaking of the bread, and in the prayers." In addition to our Sunday morning Christian formation offerings, there are several opportunities for adult formation during the week. In each of the below offerings, there are opportunities to grow closer to God and to one another. 

Sunday 9:15 am
November 26 - December 17

Heaven and Earth: Advent and the Incarnation DVD Series

What is the Season of Advent really all about? Watch out. God is on the way! It’s not within our own power to make a fresh

start. If we’re to have a future different from the past, it must come as a gift, something not of our own devising. What we need is a God who refuses to be trapped in eternity, a God who not only cares about us but is willing to show up among us and do something with us, here, now. In Heaven and Earth: Advent and the Incarnation, Rev. Dr. Will Willimon introduces you to the God who does just that, bringing heaven to earth and changing everything. In Advent we celebrate and anticipate the earth-shaking, life-transforming good news that God is coming to us. Watch out. Get ready. God is on the way. Contact John French at (850) 420-9803 or with questions.

Thursday Evenings

Fall Women's Bible Study

Join Rev. Emily Proctor (and Church Historian Justo L. Gonzalez) on a 13-week journey with the Gospel of John on Thursday evenings.

For more information, email Emily at or text 850-783-0237.

Monday 8:30 - 10:00 am

Habits of the Household - Parlor

“Habits of the Household” introduces simple habits and easy-to-implement daily rhythms that will help you find meaning beyond the chaos of family life as you create a home where kids and parents alike practice how to love God and each other. We meet in the parlor on Mondays from 8:15-10:15!  RSVP to Rachel Meyer Nursery available.

Thursday - 10:00 a.m.

Centering Prayer/Lectio Divina/Book Study - Sanctuary & Library

Thursdays offer several ways to increase our community spirituality. We begin in the library at 10:00 am for 20 minutes of Centering Prayer. We then pray a passage of lectio divina at 10:30. (This is a quiet method of letting scripture speak to you.) At 11:00 we read and discuss Intimacy with God, by Thomas Keating. If you would like more information about Centering Prayer please contact Linda Boland

Wednesday 12:00 - 1:30 pm
Lunch Provided

Noonday Prayer, Lunch and Discussion

Join Fr. Richard every Wednesday for Noonday Prayer in the Church followed by lunch and discussion in Sandefur Hall. We will be discussing The Rev’d Tish Harrison Warren’s book “Advent: The Season of Hope.” This book is the first of a series in the recently-released Fullness of Time series, which focuses on the seasons of the Church year. From the book cover: 


“We tend to think of Advent as the season of anticipation before Christmas – and while it is that, it’s also much more. Throughout its history, the church has observed Advent as a preparation not only for the first coming of Christ in his incarnation but also for his second coming at the last day. It’s also about a third coming of Christ to meet us in our present moment, to make us holy by his Word and sacrament.” 

Fellowship: 8:00 - 8:30 am
Bible Study: 8:30 - 9:30 am

Men's Breakfast & Bible Study - Sandefur Hall 

Bible Study and prayer.  We are currently studying The Gospel of Matthew. The Bible Study is led by Darold Smith, who is using William Barclay’s Commentary “The Gospel of Matthew.”  Contact Darold Smith for more information.

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