Join us for the Blessing of the Animals service in the courtyard of Christ the King Church on Saturday, October 5 at 9:30 a.m.
The service, which was first offered by Christ the King Church in 1995, lasts about 45 minutes. In the past it has drawn pet owners both from the congregation and from the community at large. A diversity of pets have been presented, including ferrets, crabs, and gold fish, as well as the more typical cats and dogs. Pet treats and human snacks will be available following the service.
Wednesdays, 6:00 -7:15 p.m.
September 11-October 16
Join us for a book study at church and from afar via Zoom. This six-week book study will read Nadia Bolz-Weber’s 2019 book “Shameless: A Sexual Reformation”. Some of the topics she tackles in this book are: Adam and Eve story, church history influences on LGBTQ acceptance, abortions, sexual trauma, divorce, and purity culture. The book is available in hard copy and eBook. Please read ch. 1-2 for the first meeting. This book study will be a safe space for all thoughts and opinions on these topics. All are welcome to attend. Please contact Pastor Karin Liebster to RSVP.
On September 29 at 12:30 p.m. all who are interested in learning more about Christ the King Church’s ministries and community are invited to a luncheon with the pastors. On October 6, we will receive all who would like to join themselves to the mission of Christ the King Church as new members.
All are invited to Friday Morning Bible Study. Join us for a cup of coffee at 10:00 a.m. in the council room Bible Study and prayer begin at 10:30, and we finish approximately 11:40 a.m.
We read the texts assigned for the Sunday liturgy and prepare ourselves for the encounter with the living Lord who promises to be with us in word and sacrament. No need to pre-register, simply join us!
Senior Pastor, Duane Larson
Based on Luke 14: 7-14
It’s a common question here in Houston, one of the top Foodie Amusement Parks of the nation. “Where do you want to go for dinner?” We have choices on top of choices. Even our all-time favorite lists are too long to memorize. Dining out can be a “little” pricey even for the few middle of the middle class folks who are still around. But the prices are not as high as elsewhere. Continue reading