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Seminars, Conferences and Retreats

Spiritual Formation resources include day seminars developed through spiritual direction and spiritual formation, one- and two-day seminars on healing developed by the healing team and staff at the Healing Center, and a lending library. Independent seminars offer guidance and training in personal and marital finances, and specific aspects of the healing ministry.

 

Christ the King also offers an array of conferences and retreats featuring prominent, inspiring speakers including:

● Annual Advent Retreat
● Annual Women’s Retreat
● Annual Men’s Retreat
● Seminars on marriage, healing and spiritual direction
● Group retreats for church vestries and ministry teams

Events

  • Tuesday Healing Service

    We are pleased to announce that Tuesday Healing Services will resume

    Tuesday, June 7, 2020  |  10:00 a.m.  | CtK Welcome Center

    The guest speaker for this service will be

    Mr. Reuben Todd, Executive Director
    Christ the King Center

    Social distancing and masks required

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  • Spiritual Formation Webinar

    September 19, 2020  |  9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

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  • Weekly Events

    Our weekly events will resume, begining July 7. We will be following all CDC guidelines, including social distancing and the use of face masks. Please contact us with any questions at:
    (518) 692.9550. 

News Feed

  • Beaver Cross Summer Camp 2020

    Video update on Beaver Cross Summer Camp 2020. Click here to go to the video announcement.

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  • Stay Connected

    During this time when we are unable to be together, we encourage you to stay connected through any of our outreach videos. For more information, click here

  • Update from the Executive Director

    Please click here for the latest update from Christ the King, regarding our response to the COVID-19 situation.

     

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Friday's storm left us with some cleanup work. At least 10 trees snapped off or ripped up by the roots. No damage to any buildings. Praise God.

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