Our Calling and God’s Word Spilling Over

Fifth Sunday after Epiphany         February 10, 2019
Karin Liebster,  Associate Pastor

Isaiah 6:1-13
Psalm 138
1 Corinthians 15:1-11
Luke 5:1-11

Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.

This church building gives witness to the Scandinavian heritage of the people who built it. We call this the nave, ship, not the sanctuary, holy place. The sanctuary is the space inside the altar rails. But look to the rafters. We are sitting securely protected under the hull of a boat turned upside down, or downside up. Continue reading

Sunday Forum

9:45 a.m. in the parish hall

February 17
Our Lutheran Liturgy — The Root of Spiritual, Emotional and Physical Healing
presented by Ann Gebuhr

Dr. Ann Gebuhr concludes a two Sunday Forum session on the nature and history of our Lutheran Liturgy. This second presentation will take a close look at our Worship liturgy. Dr. Ann Gebuhr is a retired university professor, music theorist and composer with specialties in contemporary music, Hildegard of Bingen, and Krzysztof Penderecki. She has been a member of Christ the King for many years.

February 24: Our Lutheran Liturgy — Influences from Around the World
presented by Deacon  Rick Erickson
Join our Christ the King Cantor and Bach Society Houston Director for a look at influences from around the world on music in worship.

Calling All Members to Complete our Time and Talent Survey by February 17

You are cordially encouraged to be involved in the life of our congregation and community this year.  Our 2019 Time and Talent Booklet describes the various opportunities available for you to use in completing the survey online.
If you prefer to complete the survey on paper, both the booklets and response forms are available on the table in the narthex.  Feel free to take one and return it to the designated basket or to the church office.  Thank you for your faithful service to our congregation, our community and the world as God makes us into “a healing place.”