Welcome to Christ the King Church in Newton! We are one congregation of Christ the King Presbyterian Church. As a multi-congregational church we seek to provide both autonomy and interdependency among our congregations.
Our sister congregations include:
To see people gathered in Newton to worship God, to be a blessing to our community, and to seek our own as well as our community's transformation through the power of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Gospel, Community, Hospitality, Evangelism are the four core principles of CTK. We believe that the Gospel of Jesus Christ leads us into community. Such community is marked by hospitality (love of the stranger). And hospitality is the conduit for evangelism, proclaiming the reason for our faith, hope, and love.
We believe that a community of people is the best avenue through which to apply the truths of the Gospel to the estrangement of sin in each of us. Simply put, we need each other. We grow in both our apprehension as well as our application of the gospel through community. And it is through such a community that a watching world perceives the validity of Jesus Christ.
Congregations of Christ the King Presbyterian Church
Christ the King Newton is one congregation of Christ the King Presbyterian Church, a multi ethnic, multi-site church serving greater Boston. We understand ourselves to be one church, meeting separately in local communities throughout the greater Boston area. We gather together semi-annually to celebrate all that God is doing in each of our communities, to recognize our unity, and to seek the welfare of our communities through prayer. It is our hope and intent to have many more congregations throughout the region in the months and years to come.
Southern New England Presbytery
CTK is connected to dozens of other Presbyterian churches in Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts. We meet quarterly as a representative body to encourage each other in ministry, pray, and take up administrative matters relating to the governance of area churches.
Presbyterian Church in America
We belong to the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), one of the largest and fastest growing Presbyterian denominations in North America.