Father Christopher N. Walker is a veteran of the United States Air Force, where he served as a Human Resources Manager for 10 years. After his honorable discharge, Christopher served as a Veterans Employment Counselor for the Commonwealth of Virginia.

On June 1, 2021, Christopher became the full-time Pastor of Christ the King. Christopher is the proud husband of Crystal and father to Sydney, Hannah, and Zachary.

Father Christopher is a passionate student of the early church fathers. He is eager to join with others in our community to spread the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ through Word and Sacrament. He is an avid camper, so don't be surprised if your see him at one of the many campgrounds in our area.

Vicar Emeritus

Father David D. Reed was ordained as a United Methodist pastor in 1979 and served as a Chaplain in the U.S. Navy for 21 years. After retirement David was named Director of the Wesley Foundation at Old Dominion University. He was appointed Pastor of Staunton’s Central United Methodist Church in 2001 and retired in 2008. Upon his retirement David served as the executive director of the Valley Mission. In 2015 David was ordained as a Deacon within the Anglican Church in North America & was ordained a Priest in 2016.

Father David is the founding Priest and first Vicar of Christ the King.

Father David is also an avid camper and sports fan. He particularly loves the Kentucky Wildcats!


Spend any time with Bishop Alberto Morales and you’ll quickly learn a few things. The bishop brings it all back to following Jesus, and the bishop has a rich sense of humor. Laughter, music, good food, and an eye for mission follow Bp. Morales all the places his ministry take him.

Born on the south side of Puerto Rico, in the town of Yabucoa, Bp. Morales loved the church from a young age. As a child, he would pretend he was a priest for his cousins and family. Later he would frequent all of the churches in town, learning from and drawing from many expressions of our catholic Christian faith.

His call to ministry from that young age took Bp. Morales to the Carribean and Spain for seminary.

After seminary, Bp. Morales returned to Puerto Rico and founded St. Benedict’s Abbey as an ecumenical abbey, reflecting his deep understanding that all churches that profess Jesus is Lord are all part of the body of Christ.

In 1996 St. Benedict’s Abbey moved to Bartonville, Illinois at the invitation of Bishop Keith Ackerman. Bp. Ackerman and Bp. Morales met through the Anglican communion, and Bp. Ackerman welcomed the Benedictine monastic experience into the diocese.

His Mission as Bishop

Bp. Morales committed, from the beginning, to work hard to make the Diocese of Quincy prosper and to bring people in our communities to the knowledge and love of God. And it’s happening. The diocese doubled in size during his first three years as bishop.

With a deep passion to build up the Kingdom of God, the bishop loves helping start new congregations. We are all missionaries, and Bp. Morales is constantly reminding laity and clergy alike of that shared role.

His vision for the diocese is that its congregations would work as missionaries to bring hurting, broken, and searching people to faith in God. For Bp. Morales, making disciples is an imperative, not just a nice statement.

The strengths of the Diocese of Quincy are its history and roots, he says, and its new strengths are coming from the new people, congregations, and clergy flocking to the diocese.