St. Christopher's Sunday worship is centered on Christ through the proclamation of Holy Scripture and the administration of Holy Communion.
Christ the King Sunday was established in the early 1900s in the face of threat of growing secularism and communism. We proclaim that Jesus is King and his kingdom is over and above any kingdom or government of the earth.
In the season of Trinitytide (between Pentecost and Advent), we grow in faith and discipleship and remember that the one true God is encountered and experienced in a trinitarian way because God is Trinity. We have been created by God the Father, redeemed, restored, and reconciled to the Father by the Son, Jesus, and sustained by the Holy Spirit, who dwells in the hearts of those who welcome the life of God into their lives. For in Christ, the Church, "being constructed, grows into a holy temple in the Lord (Son), in whom you also are being built together into a dwelling place for God (Father) by the Spirit (Holy Spirit)" (Ephesians 2.21-22).