We welcome Sergio Rodriguez as our Pastoral Intern here at Christ the King for the calendar year of 2020. Sergio is a student at Wartburg Theological Seminary. His ministry with us, as well as his taking Clinical Pastoral Education, will complete his academic requirements for a Master of Divinity degree and advance his candidacy for ordained ministry in the ELCA. He comes to us having served two congregations as a licensed lay minister, and, among many other duties, will help us reinvigorate campus ministry with Rice University. We are excited to welcome Sergio and his two cats!
Friends who are new (or not so new!) to Christ the King Church are warmly invited to a luncheon and orientation on Sunday, February 24 at 12:30 p.m., in the 3rd floor conference room. Reception during worship the next Sunday (March 3). Continue reading
In June parents of our youngest children will have the opportunity to meet with ministry staff to talk about visions for children’s ministry at Christ the King Church. Please join us for in “faithful imagination” conversation.
Wednesday, June 13, 7-8:30 p.m., wine, cheese, and conversation, location tba
Please rsvp for a head count.
Wednesday, April 25, 6:00 p.m.
Confirmation youth and parents meet for a Faithful Imagination session in the council room.
Music Programs for Children and Youth
April 25, 5:45 p.m.
Music Explorers, Jr. Choristers, and Choristers will meet for fellowship and fun during our final spring WNA! class time. While singers celebrate, parents and grandparents are invited to meet with the music staff and Beverly Davis to discuss future plans and expectations for children’s educational and musical programs. We look forward to reviewing the year and envisioning the future with you!
Help us create the vision for the next five years and more at Christ the King Lutheran Church!
On Thursday, March 22, from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Pastor Duane will lead the next general strategic planning “Faithful Imagination” session in the parish hall. He’ll share what your ministry staff and Congregation Council have imagined so far. We’ll draw also from what the congregation has expressed in hopes for the shape of CTK’s future. Above all, we’ll talk about your hopes and dreams for worship, education, outreach, and life together at CTK. We’ll use our God-given human imagination and God-given faith to begin to answer the question of “What do we want the world to know of us five and more years hence?” Continue reading