Biblical Community is so central to Spiritual health that we say that to be a part of CtK is to be a part of a Community Group. Being a part of a Community Group is not mandatory for CtK members, but is essential for their health. We are not a church that has a "program" of community groups, but we are a church OF community groups.
Our community groups meet 3/4 weeks per month in homes. (the other is our church-wide Ministry Community Meeting for equipping) A typical meeting includes:
15-20 min: welcome/mixer,
45 min: Sermon discussion using notes from the week's sermon, then
30-45 min: break up into smaller same-gender groups (3-4 people) for prayer.
Groups are being largely centered around geographic areas of Raleigh. This is for the purpose of built-in diversity. Affinity groups will always happen. But we are working geographically in the hope that the group is diverse in ages and life stations. It also facilitates our relationships; we hope people see one another in their neighborhoods. Finally, it encourages a missional focus: a common prayer focus and serving opportunities in their area of the city.
How Do I Get Connected to a Community Group?
- You can begin participating in a community group at Christ the King at any time, and we are glad to welcome you. They are all “open groups.”
- Feel free to connect directly with any of our community group leaders listed here.
- If you are having trouble finding or connecting with a community group, contact our Director of Community Life, James Sutton -