We aim to help students know Jesus as the defining reality of their lives,
capture a vision of God that overcomes competing loyalties, and form a life
built upon Scripture.
To these ends, we engage The King’s Liturgy.
The King’s Liturgy defines our experience together as a Christian community.
It outlines the rhythms that we celebrate with the Church-at-large: selected
Scripture readings, Sabbath habits, and celebration of Holy Days and
The following are other key facets of our life together:
Students, staff and faculty gather outside of the City to kick off the
academic year with a school-wide retreat that includes teaching, worship,
and the annual Drama Contest.
Corporate Worship (“Refuge”): Twice per
month, students gather to worship together on campus and to hear brief
messages from various faculty members.
Church Involvement: When students arrive
at The King’s College, we help them make connections with churches in New
York City. Find a church that meets your needs at:
Mentoring: We provide opportunities for
students to be mentored by older Christians. The
New Canaan Society connects male
students with influential men in the City. Women can connect with older
women at the College and in the City by contacting Laura Merritt at
Theological Roundtables: Members of the
faculty host periodic theological round-table discussions on the tension
between culture and faith.
Engagement: Opportunities for service range from mentoring high
school students to serving the homeless. To find an opportunity that meets
your interests, contact Elijah McCready, Director of Global Engagement, at
For more information about spiritual life at The King’s College contact
Eric Bennett, Vice President for Student Development, at