Writers Circle Begins Friday Afternoons

Anyone interested in some encouragement and input on writing projects is invited to join us for informal writing sessions on first and third Friday afternoons 1:00-3:00 p.m. beginning September 7. If you’re interested in writing your memoirs this will provide you with some assistance in beginning.  No previous writing experience required. Contact  Anna Fay Williams, for more information.

When Too Much is Not Enough: Dealing with Addiction

by presenter Cheryl Rhode, LCSW
Thursday, September 13, 6:00 p.m.
Christ the King member Cheryl Rhode is a licensed clinical social worker in private practice.  She has extensive experience in chemical dependency and other compulsive behavioral issues. Her topic “When Too Much Is Not Enough: Dealing with Addition” is one that all of us can benefit from, especially in light of the opioid crisis we are hearing about in the daily news. Every congregation and community has members with chemical dependency issues. Please join our Community of Hope lay chaplains for this important discussion on Thursday, September 13, 6:00 p.m. in  the second floor council room.

Wednesdays @ Church


Fall 2018: September 5-November 28*
Christ the King Church comes together every week of the school year for Wednesdays@Church or W@C. All activities are centered around dinner together. There is music for children and parents, singing for children, classes and music for adults. With dinner at the center there is ample time to make and meet friends. Continue reading

Summer Book Reviews

On Sundays in the summer members and friends have the opportunity to present and discuss any work of interest at the Sunday Forum hour 9:45-10:45 a.m. – this may be a book (the “classic” book review), or a project you are working on, art that you create, etc.

Offerings  scheduled:
August 19: Linda Schoene, Falling Upward: A Spirituality for the Two Halves of Life, by Richard Rohr

Children’s Time on Sundays – Adults, peak in!

This week all children will spend their time working on the Lego Luther Rose and other projects, and will finish with a feast. Anyone who is curious about the Godly Play feast is welcome to join us at 9:45 a.m. in room 212. Our goal is still to finish one row each week in the giant Lego Luther Rose.

Stop by the Crafts Workshop!
A local church was just about to begin a Godly Play program when Harvey totally destroyed their building and all their Godly Play items. They are determined to begin in the fall in their temporary quarters. We are helping to make lesson materials for them, so all who can help paint items, cut felt, nail and glue wood, etc. are invited to stop by our “shop” in room 212 at 9:45 on Sundays. It would be helpful to contact Marie Monroe at to schedule the larger projects.