We welcome to our staff and congregation this week Cassandra Nagle. Cassie joins us as a senior at Pepperdine University, with her family home here in greater Houston. She is discerning a possible call to church ministry and will use the next two months here at Christ the King as an intern, “shadowing” the pastoral staff, so to see just what the “inside” work of pastors and deacons is all about. This program is part of the LEAD (Living Everyday As Disciples) program of the Texas Louisiana Gulf Coast Synod. Do introduce yourself to Cassie and get to know her. We are excited and grateful that God is raising up new leaders and that Cassie is so responsive to God’s call as to learn from our ministry here at Christ the King Church.
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
On Sunday, November 13, noon, a light lunch will be provided for any inquirers about membership. No classes are required for baptized Christians who wish to join Christ the King Church. This orientation will last about an hour. New members will be received at worship on November 20 as part of our grand Christ the King Festival Weekend, along with all current members who wish to re-dedicate themselves as members of Christ the King Church’s mission. Please contact or speak with Pastor Duane about your interest in attendance at this orientation meeting.
We welcome Pastor Duane Larson and wife Joen to Christ the King Church. Pastor Larson will serve as head of staff during the search process for the senior pastor. Pastor Larson reports to the council as does the seach committee. Continue reading
The columbarium will be located in the new Meditation Garden on the south side of the church. It is expected to be complete in the summer of 2016. There will be 288 niches on the south wall of the columbarium. If you are interested in purchasing a niche, please review the brochure and contact Cheryl Gaspard for a copy of the “Policies and Regulations of the Columbarium.” If you have questions, you may also contact Gaelyn Lesher, member of the Columbarium Committee.