To be a light, living as a witness to Christ’s Love, serving and nurturing all.”
Christ the King is a pastoral size parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Texas. We are a compassionate, generous, outreach-oriented congregation. We have approximately 70 families on the active roll and the average Sunday attendance is between 90 and 100 people. There is a place for you at Christ the King!
We are glad you found us!
All baptized Christians, regardless of denominational affiliation or age, are invited to the Lord's holy table to receive a blessing and/or the Eucharist. Learn about how easy it is to become a member of our Church!
In the Episcopal Church we follow a "liturgy," which means that the worshippers praise God through standard forms and prayers and readings from Sacred Scripture. We offer God our praise through use of the Book of Common Prayer, the Anglican expression of Christian worship beloved by many through the centuries.
19330 Pinehurst Trail Drive, Humble, Texas 77346, United States
Christ the King was started in October 1977 on the east side of Lake Houston, to serve Episcopalians in the communities of Crosby and Huffman.
By 1986, the Diocese of Texas had determined that Atascocita was the most strategic location for Christ the King and a move across Lake Houston to Atascocita was taken.
At Christ the King we are a community of faith centered upon joy. If you come to worship, expect a chance to meet new friends, discover a place where children are treasured, and know that you are welcome. In worship expect to hear scripture readings, prayers written by great poets, a sermon that engages with daily life, and finally celebration of the Holy Communion.
If you come here, know that you are in our prayers and you matter to us and that you matter to God.
Yours in Christ,
Edie McDaniel has been the Parish Secretary of Christ the King since 2007. She takes care of the daily office needs and supplies the weekly Sunday bulletin. Edie loves working for Christ the King and has been blessed by the continued support of Father David, the Vestry, and our wonderful congregation.
You may contact the church office: Tuesday - Friday 9:00am - 12:00 pm
Tracey Bulau is the Director of Children's and Youth Ministry at Christ the King. She coordinates the Children's Chapel, leads youth Bible studies, coordinates and leads fellowship and service opportunities for the Episcopal Youth Community (EYC ages 4-12), organizes and leads annual summer youth mission trips and Vacation Bible School. Tracey also coordinates the Safeguarding God's Children process for all who wish to volunteer with children and/or youth at the church.
Sunday Services and Bible Study are in person with access through Facebook and Zoom.