About Us

Less a Mission Statement than a story to tell–and live.

Christ the King (CtK) is a community seeking to live within a Story, the story we believe God has been writing for a very long time.  As with most good stories, this Story tends to confound everyone within it along the way.  But what keeps us faithful to the storyline is the promise that in time “everything sad will become untrue.” So we remain present–attentive and responsive–to how the story unfolds within each of us, among us, and through us.

“Presence” is a prevalent and powerful word in our day–especially in story.  Authors are present to their work, plots form around how characters are present to each other, and any work worth its salt will draw its readers in, impelling them to be present to every detail. As a community we’re seeking to be “faithfully present“–to God, to one another, and to our world(s).


What is it that we believe?

Many people have asked what we at Christ the King Presbyterian Church believe. Sometimes the questions are asked these ways: What are our theological distinctives? What does it mean to be a Presbyterian Church? What does it mean to say we are reformed? Are these issues even important? Do we, in our theological tradition, care about evangelism; that is, in seeing people come to identify with Jesus?

For more info start here.


Where and when we meet?

Canterbury Episcopal School • W Wintergreen & N Westmoreland • DeSoto • Texas

Worship: 9:30-10:45 (nursery available, ages infant-4 yrs)

Q&A: 11-12:00

Children’s and Youth Sunday School: 11-12:00p

1708 N Westmoreland Rd • DeSoto • Texas • 75115 • South of Downtown Dallas

Canterbury-Campus-MapChrist the King, a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America, is meeting at Canterbury Episcopal School located just south of I-20 at the Hampton Road exit, and east of US 67 at the Danieldale Road exit. The school sits adjacent to St Anne Episcopal Church. We meet on the Canterbury Campus near the back of the property in Bishops Hall.

 

 

 

 

 


Follow us

facebook_logo

 

Christ the King on Facebook