Christ the King Church will celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation with a plethora of events – educational, musical, family oriented, and service minded. Instead of one big event, we will offer opportunities for the congregation to engage at church and in the ecumenical community September – November.
See our working schedule below. Continue reading
Join us for breakfast tacos in the courtyard and the start of our new Sunday School year. Sunday School classes are offered for children and youth ages two through high school. Children, youth, and parents will meet in the parish hall and then children will go to their classrooms to meet their teachers and have class pictures taken. Parents wanting their children to newly join Sunday School or Confirmation class please contact Pastor Liebster.
8:30 and 10:50 in the nave
- Blessing of all school children and youth
- Third grade Bible presentations
- Welcome for Music Associate Brian Glikes and teachers
9:45 courtyard and Sunday school rooms
- Breakfast Tacos and Sunday School Kick-off
- Picture taking in classrooms
- Reformation Quiz for Adults – What Do YOU Know about the Reformation?
On Sunday, September 3, Msgr. Dennis Mikulanis will be the first in a series of outstanding guest speakers for Christ the King Lutheran Church’s Reformation 500 observances. Msgr. Mikulanis will preach at both services on Sunday morning (8:30 and 10:50), speak at the 9:45 a.m. Sunday Forum, and address a luncheon following worship at 12:15 p.m. The luncheon will be open to the public as well as to those unable to attend the morning’s Sunday Forum. An informal luncheon conversation for area clergy and lay leaders is also scheduled for Saturday, September 2, at 11:30 a.m. Continue reading
Wednesdays, 6:00 p.m., at the parsonage
The “Love Your Neighbour” discussion group invites you! The group who read James Cones’ The Cross and the Lynching Tree with Pastor Larson wants to continue discussion about racism in American society. All are welcome. The group is committed to caring, honest, and safe conversation on issues of race, seeking how more faithfully we as Christian individuals and as church can bring our part to God’s intended rule of reconciling love to neighbor and world. The book basis for our conversations over the summer is Michael Eric Dyson’s, Tears We Cannot Stop, A Sermon to White America. It is available on Amazon in softback and Kindle format. All is casual; snacks and beverages to share are welcomed.
The summer book reviews are a beloved tradition as an educational offering on Sundays at 9:45 a.m. during the summer months.
July 2: Bill Pelham,
Burke and Demaret – The Wit and Wisdom of Golf’s Most Colorful Duo, by Bill Pelham
July 9: Carolyn Jacobs,
Making Sense of the Central African Republic, a collection of essays edited by Carayannis and Lombard Continue reading