Children’s Time on Sundays – Adults, peak in!

This week all children will spend their time working on the Lego Luther Rose and other projects, and will finish with a feast. Anyone who is curious about the Godly Play feast is welcome to join us at 9:45 a.m. in room 212. Our goal is still to finish one row each week in the giant Lego Luther Rose.

Stop by the Crafts Workshop!
A local church was just about to begin a Godly Play program when Harvey totally destroyed their building and all their Godly Play items. They are determined to begin in the fall in their temporary quarters. We are helping to make lesson materials for them, so all who can help paint items, cut felt, nail and glue wood, etc. are invited to stop by our “shop” in room 212 at 9:45 on Sundays. It would be helpful to contact Marie Monroe at to schedule the larger projects.

Love Your Neighbor during the Summer- Discussions and a Parade

CTK’s Love Your Neighbor group will continue during the summer with a more leisurely pace. We meet on Wednesdays, at 6:00 p.m. around  food and fellowship. Bring food to share, as well as a favorite beverage (Yes, wine works).

The group will continue to read and discuss work dedicated to reducing racism. We’re reading a past presidential address of a theological scholarly society, “Confessions of a White Catholic Racist Theologian”. Copies are available from Pastor Duane or Rebecca.

Beginning Wednesday, June 20, we will read The Definitive History of Racist Ideas, by Ibram X. Kendi. Contact Rebecca to find this week’s location and if you’ve any questions.

Speaking of “Loving One’s Neighbor”…
Help Build our Float on June 22

Walk in the Pride Parade on June 23
The group is collaborating with other area Lutheran churches to walk as a united Lutheran group in the Pride Parade on June 23. Want to participate? Volunteers are needed to help construct the float on Friday, June 22, from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. at Zion Lutheran, 3606 Beauchamp. The parade begins Saturday evening at 8:30 p.m. at the corner of Smith and Lamar. Wear plain shirts with no logos or labels. We’re walking behind a banner and float that just identifies us as Lutherans from throughout Houston. Further details forthcoming. For now, join our walker list. We look for a great and fun time together with hundreds of other Lutherans from all around, including our own Bishop Mike. Contact Rebecca