We are a biblically-based Anglican church that helps people grow in the knowledge and love of Jesus Christ and serves the World in His Name.
To restore all people to Unity with God and each other in Christ Jesus by the gift of the Holy Spirit.
Fr. Darryl Pigéon, Rector
We hold two services every Sunday. Our 8:30 am service is a said mass with no music. The 10:30 am service is a mass with music.
We are part of the Anglican Church in North America and connected to the worldwide Anglican Communion. We combine ancient and contemporary forms of worship that fosters a holistic spritual experience and seek to apply the eternal truths of the Gospel to Christian life today.
We invite your to connect with us by filling out the Visitor Card in the pew and placing it in the offering plate.
Communion. The Church teaches the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist. Baptized Christians are invited to receive the Sacrament through which “we will live forever” (John 6:51). Generally speaking, wait for the usher to guide you to the altar rail. You may kneel or stand, hold out your hands, and when you receive the host, the priest will say “the Body of Christ,” and you should respond “Amen.” When the chalice is offered to you, take a small drink. The person offering the cup will say “the Blood of Christ,” and you should respond “Amen.” If you do not not wish to drink from the chalice, leave the host in your hand, the host will be dipped in the wine and placed directly into your mouth.
Because Communion is complete in either form, reception of either host or wine alone constitutes a full communion. If you do not wish to receive communion, you may cross your arms over your heart to receive a blessing. Baptized children may received at the discretion of their parents or guardians.
Children. We offer a nursery and toddler area at the 10:30 am service to care for your children. Sunday school classes are available most Sundays for children preschool through 12th grade. If you need assistance locating our children’s ministries, please ask an usher.
Tithes and Offerings. the Church of Christ the King and All Saints’ is completely dependent on the financial support of its members. Giving to the church is a thankful response of offering back to God a portion of what He has provided.