Pastor Karin Liebster will lead a three week series reading and discussing the study Faith, Sexism, Justice. The study is a work by the ELCA Taskforce Women and Justice: One in Christ, put forth to all congregations of the ELCA as an invitation to engage in conversation on the topic. The task force writes, “countless people are suffering under the weight on injustice. … Many individuals and their families struggle emotionally, physically and economically because of the effects of sexism and patriarchy. These forces are personal, religious, social and economic. As member of the body of Christ … we are called to help all people live abundant lives that are just and sufficient – lives in which every individual and community is committed to the mutual values of respect, dignity, interdependence and equity.” Continue reading
Join Houston’s leading ensembles, Bach Society Houston, Mercury, Piping Rock Singers, Houston Early Music, and Ars Lyrica Houston, for a week of cutting-edge music — two of the six events take place at Christ the King Church!
Madrigals, Motets, and Merryment
Friday, February 17, 7:00 p.m. at Christ the King Church
Join our member Karl Lothmann and the Piping Rock Singers as they present Madrigals, Motets and Merryment, an evening of rarely heard street song style madrigals and beloved favorites. The program combines works by Dering, Gibbons and Janequin with a sampling of madrigals by other treasured Renaissance composers.
Bach Family Motets
Sunday, February 19, 6:00 p.m. in the nave
Bach Society Houston presents the final concert of the 2017 Houston Early Music Festival: Bach Family Motets. The Bach family was enormous — Johann Sebastian had eight siblings and 20 children, many of them composers, and he almost certainly studied their compositions. Continue reading
Sunday, February 19 7:00 p.m.
Anyone “young at heart” is invited on the third Sunday of the month to the Ginger Man pub, located at 5607 Morningside Dr. on Sunday, February 19 at 7:00 p.m. meet new friends, enjoy beer, and discuss faith, religion, worship, and life. Newcomers welcome! For more information, contact Pastor Duane.
Anyone interested in making their alliance with God’s cause “public and official” as a member of Christ the King Lutheran Church is welcome to attend a luncheon/orientation at 12:15 p.m, Sunday, February 19. The lunch is free. Continue reading
RSVP by Wednesday 8:00 a.m. February 8.
Together with family and friends, you are invited to a fabulous evening of music, fun, and a four-course meal presented by Nathan Winston on February 11. Come at 7 p.m. for a night of luxury reminiscent to the 1920s. Dress is festive – you may give it a 20’s flair! This special, fun and fine night is hosted by the Luther League youth group as an outreach to the congregation and to raise funds in support of their summer programs such as Faith Camp and the trip to Wittenberg, Germany. Tickets for the evening are $50 for one or $90 for two. Free childcare is available. Email Ben Remmert to RSVP