covid-19 rESPONSE

This is a difficult and unique time in our world. The coronavirus, or COVID-19, has caused many disruptions in our lives, and the church is no different. However, we know that the God we worship is still in control, and that He is still with us. Christ the King Dorchester has adapted many of the ways we do things during this season. Please take a look below for information on how we are adjusting as a church. Ultimately, we know that the Church is not a building, but the people of God, and we are thankful that we are in this together.

PLEASE NOTE: Because of the threat of online spamming and "zoombombing," we are not displaying all of our virtual information on our website. Our main tool of communication at this time is our weekly email newsletter. You can sign up to receive these here.

Please feel free to reach out to Pastor Moses Park or Sarah Riddle with any questions or concerns.

  • sUNDAY WORSHIP - in person & online

    We are currently meeting outside on the side lawn of First Parish every Sunday (starting July 5th) at 4:00pm. We are practicing recommended safety guidelines such as social distancing, wearing masks, and disinfecting common surfaces. We ask you to bring your own lawn chair or blanket to sit on. 

    FAQ's about in-person Sunday Worship Services.

    We will continue to stream our services live here at 4:00pm every Sunday.

    In the case of inclement weather, we will not meet in person, but livestream the service at 4:00pm at the link above.


    If you or someone you know is in need of support or assistance during this season, please contact our Deacons by email or at (617) 299-9066.

    If you are in a position to give, please consider giving an additional gift towards our Benevolence Fund here. 100% of these donations go to individuals and families in need. (Select "Dorchester Benevolence Fund")


    We are continuing to meet virtually with weekly Community Groups! For information about how to log into these groups, please contact Sarah or sign up for our weekly email newsletters

  • prayer resources

    If you have any needs that you would like prayer for, you can send them to our Prayer Ministers here. All prayer requests are kept confidential.

    The Christ the King network of churches is also hosting daily morning and evening prayers from Monday to Friday. For information about how to join these prayer calls, sign up for our weekly email newsletter.

  • Children & Youth Ministry

    Ministry to children and youth during this seasons is unique. For more info, sign up for our newsletter or contact Keith Riddle.