It is time to register for this week of fun and learning for kids and adults. Spend a week “away at camp” while not away from home in the late afternoon/early evening hours for a whole week. Kids (ages 5-12) will enjoy camp led by staff from the synod’s outdoor camp Lutherhill. Adults pick from two tracks of classes, see below.
The night starts with dinner in the parish hall and ends with prayer for all together. Cost for dinner and program for the week is $60. RSVP by Sunday, July 21. You may register by email to email@example.com.
Sundays at 9:45 a.m., in the parish hall
July 14: The Great Shift:
encountering God in Biblical Times, by James L. Kugel, reviewed by Kristine Wallace.July 21: Songs of America, by John Meacham and Tim McGraw, reviewed by Jessica Lockheed and Tom Frank
July 28: The Meaning of Mary Magdalene:
Discovering the Woman at the Heart of Christianity, by Cynthia Bourgeault, reviewed by Linda Alexander.
August 4: Railroaded, by Richard White, reviewed by Logan Faron
August 11: Educated: A Memoir, byTara Westover, reviewed by John Boles
August 18: Leaders Eat Last, by Simon Sinek, reviewed by Mary Ann Beseda
Those interested in writing their family stories are invited to a Summer Writing Circle. In these informal sessions, participants will choose their own story themes or explore other writing interests such as personal essays or fiction. No previous writing experience is required. The sessions will be facilitated by Anna Fay Williams, published writer and teacher. The sessions will be held on Fridays from 1:30 to 3:30 pm ( will not meet again until June 14) at CTK third floor conference room. For further information and participation, please contact Anna Fay.
Have you wondered how to dance? How to cook? How to study the bible? What messages are in the Marvel Comics Movies or the New Yorker? How to taste beer & wine? How do I sew a button? A new summer ministry opportunity is coming to Christ the King Lutheran Church this summer. Each night from Monday, July 29 – Friday, August 2 we will come together for fun and learning with sessions taught by members and friends of Christ the King Lutheran Church. Lutherhill Ministries will be here as well to offer summer camp for our families with children ages 5-12. Dinner is at 5:30 p.m. Sessions begin at 6:15 p.m. and every night has closing worship at 8:00 p.m. Cost is $60.00. Look for details soon. For information, contact Deacon Ben Remmer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer Wonder for children:
• Lutherhill Day Camp for children ages 5-12, led by Lutherhill Staff
Register here for Children’s Activities
Tentative Summer Wonder for youth and adults:
• Bible Study, led by Kristine Wallace
• Beer Tasting and Instruction led Nathan Wiker and Karli McGowen
• Dancing, led by Trish Chapman and David Karohl
• NY Times Theology, led by Pastor Duane Larson
• Marvel Cinematic Universe Theology, led by Deacon Ben Remmert
• Technology 101, led by Luther League Youth
Register here for Adult Activities
9:45 a.m. in the parish hall
Our Sunday Forum series will explore multiple methods of prayer each week that you are invited to “try on” as possibilities to begin or to enrich your own daily spiritual practice.
March 10: Lectio Divina and Visio Divina
Lectio Divina: Reading with the Ear of the Heart
Lectio Divina is an ancient Christian practice in which one reads a small passage of scripture, trusting in God’s presence and relevance in daily experience. Lectio Divina is not about acquiring head knowledge of Scripture, but is about a personal encounter with the heart of God inspiring one’s attention and already praying through the reader.
Visio Divina: Seeing with the Eye of the Heart
Visio divina shares roots with the ancient practice of lectio divina, inviting one to encounter the divine through images. A prayerful consideration of and interaction with a photograph in the magazine, icon, piece of art, or other visual representation allows the viewer to experience the sacred in unique and powerful ways.
March 17: Centering Prayer and Walking Meditation
This session in the Lenten discussion of prayer and meditation will focus on two other ways to simply show up with God. One is quiet and still while the other gets us moving in our meditation. Continue reading