As a church, we want to see community impact happen as we live out the values of God’s Kingdom in Cincinnati. We believe we can accomplish our mission through simple acts of service and kindness to our neighborhood. We are by no means limited to these things, but here are some opportunities that we have chosen to work as a church.
To get involved in any of these mission opportunities, please contact us at email@example.com and we’ll get you plugged in right away.
Mosaic is a new ministry at Christ the King Church that is designed to equip us for Cross-Cultural Love and help us engage in Cross-Cultural Love. More details can be found here.
FreeStyle (the outreach formerly known as Corryville Kids) is a homegrown ministry where CTK folks welcome neighborhood kids into their homes to share the gospel, have fun activities, eat meals, and meet practical needs.
Whiz Kids is a one-on-one tutoring program for children in our neighborhood. It takes place at Taft Elementary School on Wednesday nights from 4:30-5:30 through the school year. This is a great way to get to know the needs of the community and practically meet them. Commitment is for one school year.
This ministry houses international students for a week or so while they find an apartment in the city. Many international students never visit an American home. This is a great opportunity to build relationship and share the gospel.
The Outlet is a ministry of City Gospel Mission that we partner with. The goal is to share the love of Christ with homeless folks by simply hanging out, playing games, and building relationships—great opportunities to share the gospel. Every 5th Saturday of a month (5 times annually), 8:30AM-12:30PM.
India // Vision Nationals
Christ the King Church has partnered with Vision Nationals to plant churches all over India. The goal of Vision Nationals is to plant 10,000 churches by the year 2030. Yeah, you read that right. Check it out here. They also have an orphanage, an accredited seminary, school, and various other ministries to the people of India, Nepal, and Thailand.