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Welcome to Christ Our King Anglican Church:

We are a congregation within the Anglican communion nestled into the rolling hills of New Braunfels TX churches. Christ Our King is a fellowship of those who have been drawn by Truth in Jesus Christ our King, driven by faith in Him, and devoted in love for God and one another. Our church incorporates both the historic and the contemporary in our worship, and we are a member of the wider body of believers known as the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA).

Sunday Service Times:

[Traditional Liturgy 8:00AM][Contemporary Liturgy 10:30AM]

Upcoming Holiday Schedule:

December 18th – 8AM & 10:30AM – Lessons & Carols
December 24th – 6PM Christmas Eve Candlelight Service (w/children’s pageant)
December 25th – Only 1 service at 10:30AM (no breakfast or Sunday School)
January 1st – Only 1 service at 10:30AM (no breakfast or Sunday School)

Current Office Hours Monday – Thursday 10am – 4pm

We welcome you to join us for worship in the sanctuary at 8:00 AM or 10:30AM, which includes Holy Eucharist.

We also livestream our service each week at 10:30AM, both on our website and on our church Facebook page.

Our Vision, Mission and Beliefs

What is Anglicanism? That’s a great question! Ultimately, Anglicans are Christians who are rooted in Scripture, theology, and history. Click here to read more about what we believe.

Biblical Teaching:

Every Sunday, we bring a message of hope through God’s living Word. Join us for worship via our livestream, or scroll down for past sermons on audio.

Get Involved:

Sunday School & Brunch: Come for the bacon, stay for Sunday School! 9:40AM each week, with a complimentary breakfast.
HOME Groups: Get plugged in to a community! Our Acts2:42 HOME group model focuses on discipleship and reaching our neighbors for Christ.
Global Missions: We have regular mission outreaches to Jerusalem, the Philippines, and countries all around the world.
Children’s Ministry: We provide a variety of ways to engage your children in worship.From Sunday School to Children’s Chapel, there’s something for every age!
MOMS: MOMS provides a great opportunity for fellowship and encouragement. Click here to register!
Youth Ministry: Open for all students in middle and high school. Come for some rich discipleship and great fellowship!
Men’s Ministry: Join other men at some of our weekly Bible studies for a rich time of fellowship and growth in God’s Word.
Women’s Ministry: Every fall and spring, we offer a women’s Bible study, along with an annual Diocesan retreat and various yearly events.
CMJ: Church’s Ministries Among Jewish Peoples equips local congregations to share the love of Jesus with Jewish friends and neighbors.

Family Promise: is a community response to family homelessness and helps to lift families into safe housing, gainful employment and independence.

Click on any section above for more detailed information about each ministry.

Who We Are:

Christ Our King is a community of confessing Anglicans, committed to living into our King’s commission. We fulfill this by making disciples who will join us in fully loving Him and one another. We are a member of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) and we are in communion with over 100,000 Christians in North America and over 80 million Christians worldwide.

What We Believe:

We believe in God’s inerrant Word. We believe that salvation is found in Jesus Christ alone, through His death on the cross and in His bodily resurrection. We believe in the Holy Spirit and that He empowers us to carry out the Gospel to a hurting world.

Our History:

The life of this parish began in October 2008 when 225 people joined with Pastor Chuck Thebeau in founding a new church plant. Father Chuck and his family had actually ministered here in New Braunfels for 7 years prior to establishing Christ Our King. In 2012, our new ministry center was completed, and we have been pursuing God’s call to be a “City on a Hill” ever since.

What is Anglicanism?

Anglicanism is oft times referred to as: the ancient/future faith. The Anglican Church was formed out of the English Reformation, when the Church in England became the Church of England. The denomination was formed by men and women who were trying to find a middle ground between Roman Catholicism and European Protestantism. Today, the Anglican Church still represents a balance between the governance and worship style of Roman Catholicism and the reformed theology and preaching of Protestantism.

We Are Social:

The Church is not a building. We extend God’s love to our community and online through all our social media channels. Follow us on Facebook and view teaching videos on our Youtube channel. We want to connect with you!


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