Serve Our Church

There are a wide variety of ways that you can serve at our church.

Serving in a local church community is a great way to get connected and use your God given talents. 

  • Serve on Sundays

    Volunteer to serve at our services on Sundays. Volunteers are needed in the following areas: 


    Acolytes, Altar Guild, Bell Choir, Chancel Choir, Children's Chat, Children's Choir, Decorating Teams, Hostess Set up, Pew Stewards, Scripture Readers (Sunday), Sound System and Video Technicians, Ushers, Welcome Team & Worship Team Leaders


    For more information on these teams, click here.

  • Join a Council Ministry Team

    Use your gifts to serve in church leadership.  


    To view the Ministry Teams, click here.




  • Other Ways to Serve Our Church

    CTK has several areas for volunteering, such as:


    Children's Ministry, Discipleship Ministry, CTK Food Boxes, English Languages Classes, Memorial Luncheon Team, SERT (Safety and Emergency Response Team), and Visitation Ministry.


    For more information on these teams, click here.

Serve Our Community

At Christ The King we value serving our local community.

Pick an area to serve that suits your passion for those in need.

  • Brother Benno's

    Brother Benno’s is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization that has been committed to serving the poor and homeless in San Diego North County since 1983. They started as a soup kitchen, but have expanded their services tremendously over the years.

    Contact: John Mattson jnbmattson@gmail.com

  • CPR: Christians Praying for Revival

    The goal of CPR is to pray for our neighbors, that's it! We are encouraging everyone to commit to walk up and down your street at least once per month and pray for the people living in each home. It's a movement to cover our community with prayer! For more info and to sign up click here

  • CTK Food Pantry & Fallbrook Food Pantry

    Bring canned food items the first Sunday of the month to donate to the CTK Food Pantry here on campus. We also share these donations with the Fallbrook Food Pantry which serves low income and disadvantaged families by providing basic food items, clothing and small household items. Donations are also accepted at the Food Pantry weekdays, from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm.

    Contact: Church Office office@ctkfb.org

  • God's Bounty

    God's Bounty is a neighborhood food distribution held at Vallecitos School in Rainbow. CTK, in partnership with The San Diego Food Bank, distributes fresh produce, bread and assorted canned goods on the 3rd Friday of every month. Volunteers begin distributing food at 2:00 p.m. Registration for recipients is required. If you are interested in volunteering for this greatly needed outreach ministry, please call the church office or email.

    For more information, click here.

  • Hope Clinic for Women

    (Formerly known as Fallbrook Pregnancy Resource Center)

    Offering services to those who are facing an unexpected pregnancy. Provides a variety of free services. Pick up an FPRC baby bottle in the church office, fill it with change and when it's full, return it to the office and take another one. Encourage your friends to do the same.

    Contact: contact@fallbrookprc.com

  • Seeds of Hope

    Seeds of Hope is a ministry serving teenage street children in Kenya. Our mission is to build and support the development of a self-sustaining children’s home and vocational school which will provide occupational skills training, allowing these children to become employed, contributing members of their community.


    For more information CLICK HERE or visit www.seedsofhopekenya.org 760.593.HOPE(4673)


    Contact: Dean Sbragia dean@medicalfitsolutions.com

  • Stitch n' Give

    Stitch n' Give is an outreach ministry of CTK Women who create quilts that go to Lutheran World Relief where they are distributed worldwide to people affected by conflict, epidemics, and disasters regardless of any religious affiliation. In past years their quilts have gone to the Philippines, India, and Africa, as well as locally to Camp Pendleton. The quilts are used for hospital and home bedding, roof covering/walls, backpacks, infant care, and display mats for market vegetables and wares. They meet throughout the year to baste and tie quilts. *No sewing experience is needed, they will teach you what you need to know. All levels of participation appreciated.

    More information: click here