Safety Notice

Safety Notice: Our church is in an urban place, and we sometimes encounter some of the brokenness of the city. We’ve experienced theft, found needles on the property, and confronted other occasional unpleasant things. We especially want to remind those of you who are parents to be mindful of where your kids are and what they are getting into. Please let a deacon, elder or church staff member if you see anything that concerns you.

Worship Service in Spanish

On Saturday October 22nd, we will have the first Worship Service in Spanish, with the theme: "Uno en Cristo", as we start a new challenge in preaching the gospel to the Spanish speaking community. All are invited to join in this special occasion. In addition, we extend the invitation to those interested in helping as volunteers in this project. For more information please see the event flyer or contact Pastor Leandro.

Justice Day Boston

With so many injustices happening in our world it is hard to know where to begin. The Bible clearly values justice on many different issues. But how do we move towards living more justly in our day to day? Join Justice Day Boston on October 21-22 at Park Street Church. The event will present materials from the national Justice Conference sponsored by World Relief and include local leaders engaged in the issues of our city. We hope you will discover new ways of thinking about Biblical justice, engage with your community and celebrate justice as we worship together. For more information contact Brenda Souto

ESL Classes

CTK offers beginner, intermediate, and advanced ESL classes on Monday evenings at 7:00pm throughout the school year. Classes are open to anyone in our church and community. ESL is a cooperative ministry between our AM and PM congregations, and we are looking for volunteers to participate. If you have any interest (no experience necessary!) in helping out, or if you or someone you know have questions about attending, contact for more information. To register for classes click here

Employment Opportunities

Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary has current employment opportunities available at the South Hamilton and Boston, MA Campuses. In conjunction with world-recognized academic programs and faculty, they also have an outstanding staff and an overall great community in which to work and learn. All full-time, regular positions are eligible for an attractive benefits package, to include medical and dental coverage, an excellent time-off schedule and much more.  Interested individuals are encouraged to send a cover letter and resume to Laura Bowerman. Fore more information on current job openings please visit Staff Openings.

Housing Available

I am very soon moving out of my studio, located near Davis Square, and looking for someone to take over my lease. Moving-in date would be around November 15th, but is negotiable. It's a really nice, fully furnished studio (including dish washer and laundry in the basement), in a really wonderful location! Rent is $1650. For more information please contact

CTK Officers Nominations

Nominations for CTK Officers are now being received. If you are a member of CTK and want to nominate someone for elder, deacon, or deacon assistant, please follow these steps: 
1. Read 1 Timothy 3.1-13 and Titus 1.5-9 for biblical qualifications. 
2. Approach your nominee and ask that you pray together for wisdom. 
3. With the approval of the nominee, please submit the nomination to the elders via the church office.

Faith and Work Tech Group

For Technology Vocational Groups at CTK - Indigitous #Hack is a 48-hour global event backed by Cru, IV, Wycliffe and others. It will take ~10 tech-related challenges from sponsoring organizations and arrange teams of technologists to address the issues over the course of ~48 hours. The event will be held on November 4-6 at the MIT Media Lab. Also, Dave Murgatroyd, a former elder at Park Street, has recently started a LinkedIn group called Boston Christians in Tech.  This is a great opportunity to network and share wisdom and experience with other Christians working in the industry.

Faith and Work

Christ the King's Faith and Work Community for Entrepreneurs and small business owners offers an opportunity for business owners to participate or contribute in an environment of fellowship, learning and prayer with other entrepeneurs from the CTK churchwide community. The next meeting will take place Monday, October 24 at 7pm at the Cambridge Office. Please contact John Maudlin for more information.