FAQs

New to Christ the King and wanting to learn more about us? Take a look at the following frequently asked questions from new visitors.

How do I get there?

We’re located on the campus of North Cross School, which is located at the corner of Electric Road and Colonial in Southwest Roanoke County.

When is your service?

From Memorial Day to Labor Day we are abiding by our Summer Hours. During these months there will be no Sunday school and worship will begin at 10:15 a.m.

Under our normal hours, our Sunday morning worship service is from 10:45 a.m. – noon.  We have an hour of Sunday School each week prior to worship from 9:30-10:30 a.m.

What should I wear? 

On Sunday mornings you will find people in everything from jeans to suits. We encourage you to wear what you feel comfortable in.

What do children do on Sundays?

We believe that children and their families are a vital part of our community. We are committed to serving and loving throughout their whole lifetime.

Nursery: We have a fully staffed nursery with designated nursery captains and volunteers serving during Sunday school hour and worship. We care for children from birth to three years and meet in the multi-purpose room of Ellis Hall.

Sermon Pages: We also have pages and Crayons available for the younger-aged worshipers at the welcome table.

Cry Room: If you need to step out with your child during the service, there is a cry room available at the back of the worship room.

Where can I find information once I’m there?

Look for greeters near any entrance. There is also a welcome center, located at the main entrance of New Slack Hall.  You will find brochures and other information about the various ministries we have taking place at CTK.

What is the service like?

During worship we will read the Bible, sing hymns both old and new, and listen to a sermon rooted in God’s Word. Our music is accompanied by piano, acoustic guitar, and various other instruments. Every Sunday we celebrate the Lord’s Supper.