A New Class on “Basically Lutheran 101”

Sundays, January 12, 19, 26, and February 2 at 12:30 p.m.
Have you ever wondered what is distinctively (or peculiarly) Lutheran about Christ the King Church? Do you want a refresher and/or an “update”? Are you from a different tradition and are mostly new to how and why we Lutherans worship and think the way we do? And why we here at CTK are “sorta different” from even other Lutheran congregations? For that matter, how are we like the rest of Christianity? Why keep any distinctive behaviors and doctrines?
Discover the answers to these questions and much more in a new four-week series, with lunch, after church on Sundays at 12:30 p.m., January 12, 19, 26, and February 2. Lunch is free to non-member inquirers and for whatever others are inspired to donate. We’ll meet for an hour each of those Sundays.
The class will be introduced to Martin Luther’s life, the origin of the Lutheran movement, Lutheranism’s central Theology of the Cross, Lutheran worship and preaching, Lutheran ethics, and Christ the King Church’s own expression of Lutheranism. This class is NOT a “requirement” to be a CTK member. All interested in deepening one’s understanding of who and why we are the way we are in an ecumenical and interreligious world are encouraged to check it out.
Anyone can come, even at the last minute. But we do encourage you to sign-up for the class by contacting the church office, or speaking with Pastor Duane.