Tours

We want you to get the most out of your CTK experience! Whether you’re new to our church, or have been coming for a while, ask one of our welcome team—in the yellow vests—and they will give you  a brief tour of our premises.

What do I need to know?

Everyone is welcome! Regardless of your beliefs or background, everyone who enters our doors is an honored guest. We’re here for you. And don’t feel like you have to dress up. Most people wear casual attire, but you are welcome to wear whatever makes you comfortable.

Where should I go when I get there?

We only have on street parking. We do have handicapped parking along Keith Street and behind our building — take the alley from Beckwith or Ronald Streets. Our building is handicapped accessible. Our greeting team will meet you at the door and show you where to find the sanctuary, restrooms, and children’s programs. If you need anything, just ask anyone in the bright yellow vest. We’re here to serve!

What do you do for kids?

We love kids and want them to know that they are always welcome at CTK. Our Kidzone programs are safe, age-appropriate environments where kids have their own service with singing, a Bible lesson, and small group time. Children 6 weeks through 6 years check-in beforehand and attend Kidzone during the entire Mass. Children in grades 1 through 5 attend Mass with their parents and are invited to step out during the readings & homily for our Liturgy of the Word for Children program. We conclude every Mass with a special blessing for our kids.

What can I expect at Mass?

We’re a Catholic church, so if you have ever been to Mass before you’ll recognize the liturgy and prayers. You may notice we do a few things differently as well. We project the words to our songs and responses on our screens to help everyone participate. At each Mass, we also invite everyone to have a prayer partner. A prayer partner is simply someone who will hold you in prayer, and you will hold them in prayer. Don't worry to don't have to say what your prayer is, God knows and that's what is important! Prayer partners remind us that Mass is not a spectator sport, we are all invited to be involved.