Change up your weekday dinner routine and have a home cooked dinner from 5:30 p.m. to 6:40 p.m. Meet and make friends, and just have a good ol’ time! Before and after dinner there are many options to pick classes, join conversation/discussion groups, or make music. It’s not too late to join our infant and toddler music classes. Contact Beverly. 
We will be offering three new classes beginning on Wednesday, October 17.

Family Friday: October 5

Join us for our first “Family Friday” on October 5, 2018, 5:00-7:00 p.m. at Christ the King. Make your place for Friday dinner together with other families. Bring the kids, a bottle of wine or beer to share and let’s “crash together” after the work week. We will eat, enjoy fellowship, and play. We close with a good night story and prayer at 7 p.m.

Invited are all young families with babies, toddler and kindergarten children and their older siblings. Dinner, water and lemonade will be provided. Family Fridays take place very first Friday of the month (mostly). For more information, please contact Pastor Karin Liebster at karinliebster@ctkelc.org.

Dinner Out is a Go!- October 7

Are You Interested in Faith, Friendship, and Dinner Out? Are you a Fresh or Seasoned Empty Nester? Do you like exploring diverse foods and meaty conversations? If so…Join us for a new CTK fellowship where we will experience some of Houston’s lesser-known restaurants & explore our city’s wonderful diversity.

When: October 7 at 6:00 p.m. (1st Sunday of October thru May)

Where: Himalaya Restaurant, 6652 SW Freeway,  Himalayarestauranthouston.com Future restaurants & neighborhood locations – TBD

Who: 12 or so CTKer’s who can commit to spending (1) Sunday per month sampling new & different cuisines, developing friendships & exploring Houston’s cultural richness.

RSVP by Sunday September 30 to Richard & Courtney Harper at courtney@courtneyhp.com.

Blessing of the Animals: October 6

Join us for the Blessing of the Animals service in the courtyard of Christ the King Church on Saturday, October 6 at 11:00 a.m.

The congregation and the community at large are invited to bring any and all of their pets and have them blessed so God may “fulfill in you the purpose for which you were created” (from the rite of blessing). Pet treat and human snacks will be available following the 45 minute service.