Welcome to the web site of The Cathedral of Christ the King in Sharpsburg, Georgia! At Christ the King, we provide sound biblical preaching and teaching, joyous celebrative worship and praise, a warm and friendly atmosphere, the beauty and structure of ancient, yet relevant, liturgy, and a Spirit-led and Spirit-filled Eucharist (Holy Communion). While our area has many wonderful and growing churches, Christ the King is unique. At Christ the King, we are committed to “Bringing the message, power, and worship of the ancient Church to a new generation.”

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Cancer Care Ministry Training

Wednesday, May 27th, 2015

IMG_1506Karen Romano-Taylor, Commissioned Minister in Hospital Ministry, and Bishop David Epps, both of the Cathedral of Christ the King, Sharpsburg, GA, completed training for establishing a cancer care ministry in the local church. The training was offered by Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Atlanta.


Sermons Presented at Christ the King

Saturday, May 23rd, 2015

Deacons at CTK April 2015Several ordained deacons in training for the priesthood in the Diocese of the Mid-South presented timed sermons during training held at the Cathedral of Christ the King, Sharpsburg, GA. The sermons were each critiqued by six experienced ministers and the deacons met one on one with one of the ministers for personal evaluation and advice.

From left to right on the front row in the photo were the sermon presenters:

Joseph Liptak, Fayetteville; James Gardner, Tyrone; Anthony McGee, Newnan; Justin Allen, Canton; Paul Dickinson, Sharpsburg; and Andy Ellis, Tyrone.

Those serving as advisors and evaluators were, left to right on the back row:

Rev. Kim Holman, Fayetteville; Father Dan Hale, Peachtree City; Dr. Robert Wills, Woodland; Father Charles Shores, Hogansville; Dr. James Taylor, Peachtree City.
Not pictured- Bishop David Epps, Sharpsburg


The Blessing of the Hands

Thursday, April 16th, 2015

Many people at Christ the King use their hands to minister to and/or bless other people.
Certainly included in this number are nurses, teachers, musicians, ministers, doctors,
healthcare workers, caregivers, Licensed Liturgical Ministers…
but the list goes on and on!

This Sunday–in both services–we want to anoint those hands that touch lives
and ask God’s blessing upon them.

So, be in church Sunday to have your hands blessed or to stand with those whose hands
touch so many lives in so many ways.

If you use your hands to the benefit of others, we want to thank you and to bless your hands!

See you Sunday morning at 8:30 or 10:00 A.M.!

The Cathedral of Christ the King
4881 Highway 34 East
Sharpsburg, Georgia 30277
www.ctkcec.org