4805 Lawrenceville Hwy, Lilburn GA 30047 - (behind Chick-fil-A) - 770.309.8589 - johnsewakray@aol.com
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Welcome home!
Every Sunday at 10:30 am 
join us for an informal,
joyous  celebration in
obedience to the  command
of Jesus, “Do this  in
remembrance of me.”
Sunday School for
children  of all ages and
infant care is  provided
every week.
 Children learn
to know and  love God
through Bible stories  and
interaction with each other 
and with dedicated teachers,
Every Wednesday
at 10:30 am, join us
for a Healing Eucharist
that is quiet, prayerful and
meditative. We pause and
respond to the Word, and 
then receive the Sacrament
as  we pray for the sick and
all in  need. This is followed
by a  group Bible Study
discussion  and lunch
together. Welcome!
At Christ the King, all are 
welcome to the Lord’s
Table.
  We are an
international, multi- ethnic,
biblical community  where
everyone is warmly 
welcome in Jesus’ Name.
“Come to me, all you that are weary and are carrying heavy burdens, and I will give you rest.”
Welcome to Christ the King Episcopal Our international congregation started its journey in March 2005  when the Founding Rector, The  Rev. John Sewak Ray, was  ordained as the first Asian priest  in the ninety-eight year history of  the Diocese of Atlanta. We moved to our first worship space on Lawrenceville Highway, Lilburn, the international corridor of Metro Atlanta, in December 2007.  And in January 2012, we moved across the road to our larger, newly-renovated location in Lilburn Market Place. At the 2009 Annual Diocesan Council, Christ the King was welcomed as a full parish in the Diocese of Atlanta, a new,  intentionally-planted, multi-ethnic congregation. Christ the King has a new home We have moved directly across Lawrenceville Highway from where we were before to larger, newly-renovated premises. Look for Chick-fil-A in Lilburn Market Place, 4805 Lawrenceville Hwy.  We are right behind it - easy to locate, easy to park, easily accessible . . .  
This year we are honored to have The Rev. Canon Alicia Schuster Weltner, newly appointed Canon to the Ordinary and Chief of Staff in the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta, as Preacher and Celebrant at our 10:30 am Service of Holy Eucharist. The Epiphany Band will lead our worship music in their own much-loved and inspiring way.The Service will be followed by our now-famous International Lunch with food from around the world for everyone. Bring your favorite dish if you want but, more importantly,  
  bring yourself, your family, friends and neighbors for a joyful Celebration of Word and Sacrament - and food! There's always plenty for everyone.
Sunday, November 23 is Christ the King Sunday, our Patronal Feast