Outreach is what Christ commanded us to do. Even though the word
“outreach” is not mentioned in the Bible, the intent of Christ's message is
clearly given in the following passages, and these are only a few of many:
Matthew 28:19: “Go ye therefore and make disciples of all nations,
baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy
Mark 16:15: “And he said to them, ‘Go into all the world and proclaim the
good news to the whole creation’.”
Luke 4:18: “The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he has anointed
me to bring good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim release to
the captives and recovery of sight to the blind, to let the oppressed to go
From the above passages, we see that our mission is to carry the message
of Christ to the world. This fits with our mission statement: We are
called, "To be a light, living as a witness to Christ's love, serving and
nurturing all."
When we interact with others as witnesses of Christ's love, we are
reaching out. That is the basic element of Outreach.
The most obvious outreach is when we provide service to those in need:
feeding the hungry, clothing the poor, visiting the sick. These are
certainly scriptural. However, we must look beyond service to the way
we are viewed as Christians. Christ‐centered interaction with the
community and with individuals is essential to outreach.

You Can Be An Outreach Participant
Let an usher, a choir member, a lay reader, etc. know you are interested in
any of the following outreach activities, or share a new idea that you may
have to help us reach out to others as Christ’s witnesses:

≈ Once a month, we deliver donated food to Humble Area Assistance Ministries in Humble or to Churches
United in Caring in Crosby.
≈ Join us as we serve breakfast three times per year at Lord of the Streets in downtown Houston.
≈ Join one or more of our ministries (Altar Guild, Ushers, Choir, etc.)
≈ Bring a friend to our Bible Studies.
≈ Volunteer to help with our Outreach events, such as Breakfast with Santa and Bean Bag Golf.
≈ Say hello to an unfamiliar face and have coffee and a sweet roll together in our Parish Hall.
Each of us can be a light, living as a witness to Christ’s love, serving and nurturing all.


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We are glad you found us! All families welcome. Please join us for Sunday Services at 8am or 10:30 am. Meet our Rector and our family.

Join us at Christ the King for all sorts of fellowship. From our Annual Bean Bag Golf Tournament and our Christmas Pageant, and Parents Night. out there is something for you at Christ the King.


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Episcopal church meets every 2nd Saturday at the church from 8:30-9:30 am. Any and all men and boys are welcome to fellowship and study. Membership in the Brotherhood or the Church is not required. Our mission is to "The Spread of Christ's Kingdom among Men and Boys."

Choir practice is Sundays at 9:15 am. No prior experience is necessary! Enjoy our Sunday Service music with our new pipe organ. Learn more about our music ministries and our new pipe organ.

Daughters of the King is an order for women in the Episcopal Church. The purposes of the order are prayer, service & evangelism. St. Monica's chapter at Christ the King welcomes any interested woman to attend our meetings. The Daughters of the King meets monthly to share prayer, study and fellowship and to further the purposes of the order.


Sunday School at Christ the King has pre-K through adult school classes. Those who teach and those who attend are enthusiastic and dedicated. We routinely maintain a Wednesday evening Bible Study, featuring focused Bible or book studies in 6-12 week increments. Vacation Bible School is held each summer.

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The Youth Group at Christ the King is small but very active. The group, which is comprised of students from the sixth grade to the eleventh grade, meets twice monthly. The members of the Youth Group are all active in other areas of Christ the King, such as the Acolyte Guild and congregation-wide outreach programs.

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