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Holy Week Services

Many have asked about Holy Week and why we have so many services.  Unlike any other time in the year, Holy Week is a chance to follow in the footsteps of the Savior as He climbs the stairs to theUpper Room, descends to Gethsemane, staggers to Calvary, and finally is laid in the tomb.  It is from this place of death that He bursts forth for the feast of the Resurrection.  Please join us as wefollow our Savior during the last week of His life on earth.

Maundy Thursday, April 13~ 7 p.m.

Good Friday, April 14 ~ 7 p.m.

The Vigil Service, April 15 ~ 7 p.m.

Resurrection, April 16~ 10 a.m. 

Bring your bells for the Saturday night and Sunday morning services.

(Childcare provided for all services)

 

 

Welcome Letter from Our     Pastor

We thank you for your visit to our website and we hope that you will find much to encourage and bless you.  Our congregation began in November 2007 and we have experienced steady growth since that time. Our focus is on traditional worship of Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Our music is a blend of traditional hymns and God-centered contemporary worship. We believe that all Christians are called to know and study the Bible so that it can be our guide for living. To that end, our weekly sermons focus on the text read and then explicated.  Believing that the church is intended to bless us as a family, the children join the adults for the second half of the service so that they will learn and experience, from an early age, God’s love for them demonstrated through His people.

During the week, our flock meets in community groups, special interest meetings, and for times of fellowship. Believing that we are called to share the blessings we receive, our congregation gives away 50% of all money received into the General Fund. We support missions, local outreach, future church plants, and compassion for those in need in our flock. Because of this giving pattern, we are called to be creative in funding parish needs and many people in our congregation donate time and talent to help keep our church vibrantly alive and markedly committed to reaching others.

Pastor Lyle

When and Where

Sunday services are at 10am in Hodges Chapel of Beeson Divinity School on the campus of Samford University. The chapel is located at the west end of the campus, across from the footfall field. For a map and directions, click here.

Christ the King Anglican Church is a member of PEARUSA, a sub-jurisdiction of the Anglican Church of North America.