March 19, 2020 RE: Update on Mass schedule and pastoral care in response to COVID-19 Dear Parish Family, The Prophet Jeremiah spoke for the Lord when he said, “I will give you shepherds after my own heart, who will feed you with knowledge and understanding” (Jer....
Sunday School information will be sent under separate cover for the weeks while under suspension. Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, The Peace of the Lord be with you! You have just read the Bishop's directive regarding the COVID-19 epidemic. Here is some additional...
A scared world needs a fearless church... Sunday School information will be sent under separate cover for the weeks while under suspension. Please see the pastoral message from Fr. Mark Kurowski, Dean of the Cathedral, concerning further information by clicking on the...
At Christ the King we believe that all People are created in God’s image and as image bearers, we believe that the Kingdom of Heaven is a multiethnic Kingdom with every nation, tribe, people and language represented (Rev. 7:9). We desire to reflect in our church, God’s vision of his multiethnic Kingdom. We aim to be intentional in everything we do; making sure cultural diversity is represented as we seek to see His Kingdom come and His will be done on earth as it is in Heaven.
Christ the King
2 Eugene Brown Drive
New Paltz, New York 12561
10 am Sundays
12 n Monday
5:30 p Tues
12 n Wednesday
7 a Thurs
12 n Friday
8 a Saturday
What to Expect
At Christ the King our worship space is an environment that revels in the arts and in the sacred. Our church is steeped in the ancient liturgy and worship and yet is also full of modern technology and music.
Typically you will hear spoken word through prayers, readings, a Bible based sermon, smell incense, and sing hymns as well as contemporary praise music, worship with a full band, and be in the presence of God. Our worship is evangelical, charismatic, and sacramental—together.
Our building is decorated with the thought of an ancient & modern blend. It is colorful and robust, has a feel of a home, yet also exudes a feeling of it being sacred and older than us.
Our services are centered around the Eucharist/Communion and everything points to it. We believe in taking communion each week and all who are baptized in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit (including children and those who are divorced) may take part. It is the Lord’s table, not ours.
During the school year Sunday School is offered during the sermon for younger (elementary age) children and a quiet room in available for fussy infants and a changing table is available in the Nursery.
Magnifying Jesus Christ in Word.
Magnifying Jesus Christ in Sacrament.
Magnifying Jesus Christ in Spirit.