"There are different kinds of service in the church, but it is the same Lord we are serving." (1 Corinthians 12:5, NLT)
Sunday Worship of Holy Eucharist begins at 9:00 a.m. in the chapel followed by fellowship in the Parish Hall with light snacks and beverages.
First Sunday of the Month Breakfast-Brunch and Fellowship. Traditional 'pot-luck' dishes are provided by members in the Parish Hall and begins shortly after the conclusion of the worship service.
Adult Sunday School begins ~ 10:40 a.m. in the Parish Hall following the worship service and fellowship time (except on Breakfast Sundays). (Presently on a sabbatical. TBD on restart date)
Wednesday Morning and Evening Bible Studies. Meet on Zoom on Wednesdays at 11:00 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. respectively. Study/discussion questions and zoom connection info are provided to all attendees. Each meeting time discusses the same study questions.
Discovering the Way Forward with Jesus Christ, Becoming a Committed Follower of Jesus Christ. This discipling process is designed to integrate those new to CtK, as well as those worshipping at CtK who desire to be committed members of CtK. The process also serves to prepare one for confirmation, reaffirmation or reception into the Anglican church. The process is structured using a one-on-one, mentor-mentee relationship format allowing time for discussion, prayer, and guidance over an approximate six month timeframe. See the Resource Page under Discipling Ministry for more info.
First Thursday of the Month Community Wide Healing Prayer Service. We at CtKAC believe that Jesus' gospel ministry includes prayer for healing and deliverance in Jesus' name and with his authority as part of the proclamation of the gospel message. The Healing Ministry remains relevant for today's broken and needy people, and we desire to continually offer this ministry for all who seek the Lord for his help and grace.
The service is held at the Chapel and broadcast on Facebook beginning at 6:30 p.m. We invite everyone in the Franklin County and surrounding community who have personal requests and situations that are in need of healing whether they are physical, emotional, mental and/or spiritual in nature, to bring them before the Lord Jesus for healing prayer. Prayer is administered through the laying on of hands and the anointing of oil by trained ministers and with the permission given to do so by those who come for prayer.
Sunday Morning Lay Ministries are available for those at CtK who desire to share their gifts of time and talents in support of the Sunday morning worship service. These ministries include: Greeters (for visitors), Ushers (providing a service bulletin, seating worshipers, and collecting the offerings); Lectors (those who read the appointed Scripture lessons and/or, lead the people in prayer), Servers (assists the priest at the altar), and Acolytes (for children/teens age 9 through 18 who carry the processional cross and assist the priest).
Altar Guild Ministry. This ministry involves preparing the altar table and worship space for Sunday worship and other services throughout the year. For all who are interested, please see Doris Scott, CtK's Altar Guild chair person.
Prayer Shawl Knitting Ministry. This ministry is open to all who love to knit and to provide prayer shawls to those who are in need of comfort, aid and assistance. Please see Ann Higgins for more info.
CtK Nursery and Young Children. Our nursery room is available for parents to take their children from infants up to 3 years of age every Sunday morning. The Nursery is unsupervised at this time. Children age 4 and up are provided an approximate 25 minute program in the Children's Sunday school room located in the Parish Hall on Sunday mornings during the time between the Sequence Hymn and the beginning of the Holy Communion liturgy.
Stations of the Cross service is offered at 12 noon on Fridays during the Season of Lent and on Good Friday.