Come out for soup and fellowship on Wednesdays in Lent, March 20 and 27, and April 3 and 10. A delicious variety of homemade soups is offered from 5:30 to 6:20 p.m. served by members of the congregation. A freewill donation will support the work of missionaries Pastor David and Alicia Brondos in Mexico City.
Volunteers to help cook or serve are always welcome! Please contact Beverly Davis
When: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Where: Houston Food Bank, 535 Portwall St.
Attire: Closed-toe shoes, pants, sleeved shirt (short or long sleeves)
Carpool: If needed, it will leave the church parking lot at 7:30 a.m. Please specify if you wish to carpool so we can be sure to send someone there before heading to the HFB
You are cordially encouraged to be involved in the life of our congregation and community this year. Our 2019 Time and Talent Booklet describes the various opportunities available for you to use in completing the survey online.
If you prefer to complete the survey on paper, both the booklets and response forms are available on the table in the narthex. Feel free to take one and return it to the designated basket or to the church office. Thank you for your faithful service to our congregation, our community and the world as God makes us into “a healing place.”
You are invited to donate the Sunday flowers throughout the year. Here’s your chance to contribute flowers in honor or memory of your loved ones. The Sunday flowers are a significant part of the Altar Guild ministry as its members deliver them after services to families and individuals to express the congregation’s support in times of joy, sadness or concern. Our cost for flower arrangements for weekend services are $65. Please pay for the flowers when you sign up. Checks and cash can be dropped in the offering baskets (made out to Christ the King Church, memo line “Altar Flowers”). For online giving please use the Donate link on the church home page, ctkelc.org.
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