Food and Fellowship
Ever Popular Sociables
Piecemakers Quilt Drawing
Wishing Wall
Wine Pull

Proceeds from our Festival party benefit Lutherhill Ministries and our Service and Care Ministries, including Christian Community Service Center, SEARCH Homeless Services, Meals on Wheels, the Hospitality Apartments and more.

Admission Tickets: $15 per person with advance purchase now through November 7 online or at church.  Late sales $20 per person.

Donations Needed

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Dinner for Hospitality Apartment Residents: Thursday, October 4

Give the gift of a couple of hours of your time and talents for our Annual Fall Dinner for the residents of the Hospitality Apartments! (hospitalityapartments.org) Mark your calendar for Thursday, October 4 at 6:00 p.m. This is a great one-time volunteer opportunity for those looking for a meaningful way to serve others. Please join us to provide a pot-luck dish, help serve dinner, and enjoy fellowship with others. Invite friends and family to join in! We always welcome new faces and helping hands! The Hospitality Apartments are located at 7300 Bertner, 7 blocks south of MD Anderson, off of Holcombe. Meet us there, or carpool with us from the church parking lot at 5:00 p.m. We will arrive at 5:15 p.m. to set up. If you have questions, please contact Julie Giam at juliegiam005@gmail.com or 713-443-4196, or Janice Stuff at jestuff@pdq.net or 713-516-5748.

Day Retreat: Ancient Spiritual Practices for Modern Times- September 29

RSVP to Beverly at beverlydavis@ctkelc.org by September 24.
$15.00 will cover the retreat and lunch.

Join Benedictine monks, Br. Michael Gallagher (left top) and Fr. Peter Funk (left bottom), for a Day of Prayer on Saturday, September 29, 10:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. at Christ the King Lutheran Church. This retreat, hosted by our congregation’s Community of Hope*, is intended to refresh the spirit and enliven one’s ministry in daily life. Continue reading

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.