The Gospel for all of life

Sunday worship is the focal point of our community, but there are multiple ways to get more deeply involved. We encourage you to invest in any of these connection points throughout your week. 

Prayer

Wednesday AM Prayer Meeting: 6:30-9:30am every week. St. Mary's Church, chapter room. We pray in 15 minute increments so come as long as you can. 

Wednesday PM Prayer Meeting: 7:30-9:00pm every week. St. Mary's Church, chapter room. 

 


Community Groups

We currently have three groups meeting in each other's homes to pray, study, serve, and do life together. Visitors are always welcome to any group. Feel free to contact any leader with questions. 


Women's Bible Studies

Tuesday Evening Group: 8:00-9:30pm every week at Kelly Mills' home. Contact Kelly for more info. 

Thursday Morning Group: 9:30-11:00am every week at St. Mary's Church, Chapter Room. Contact Meda Barnes for more info. 


Men's Fellowship

CTK Newton's men meet on the fourth Thursday each month to share a meal, fellowship, and discuss a timely topic relating to faith and work, family and friendship. Join us at Jake's Falafel in Newton Center. Contact Bradley Barnes for more info. 


Youth & Family

Our Junior and Senior High kids have multiple chances to grow in their faith each month. From regular Sunday Supper Clubs, to serving our community, to having crazy adventures together, at all points we seek to "glorify God and enjoy him" together. Contact Robbie Mills for more information. 


Reading Groups

Nothing like a cozy pub and pint of Guinness to prepare you for thoughtful discussion of a good book. Join us the third Thursday every month, Terry O'Reilly's Pub, Newton Center: 7:00-9:00pm. Recent books have included Renewal as a Way of Life, The Freedom of Self-Forgetfullness, and Prayer


Community Gatherings

We regularly get together for wine-tastings, lawn games, group outings, and our annual winter retreat. Check the calendar for upcoming gatherings. 


Service

Through our diaconal team, CTK Newton cares for a range of needs within our community. Our Missions Committee leads the way in building partnerships with area non-profits with a vision of seeking the "flourishing of our city." Learn more about ways to serve our body, our city, and our world