Join violist Matthew Carrington for a Matinee Concert
at CTK Sunday, January 19 at 3:00 p.m.
Matthew, a member of CTK and a regular with the Bach Society, will perform music written for other instruments that have found their way to the viola. This concert will also be given at First Lutheran Church in Galveston on Saturday, January 18 at 4:00 p.m. All welcome!
Saturday, September 28, 9:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
presented by CanCare in the parish hall
We are all touched by cancer, either through a loved one’s diagnosis or certainly within our friendship circles and our congregation. Come hear from two fabulous speakers about cancer’s effect on body, mind and spirit, and learn ways we can better support our loved ones through the cancer experience. This free workshop is sponsored by our Community of Hope lay chaplains and Cancare, Inc., and is open to ALL interested persons. Please RSVP.
Pat Hogan, Director of Training for CanCare, Inc., Psychologist, cancer survivor, and formerly on the faculty of the Texas Institute of Family Psychiatry.
Rev. Tommy Thompson, Program Director of Hospital Missions at Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital, and former COO and Vice President of CanCare, Inc.
Duane Larson,Senior Pastor
Based on Luke 12:49-56
Well now, there’s good news! Fire on the earth. Household division. Castigating the crowds for their refusal to fess up to present reality. Gee, sounds like Jesus just endured long silliness from a science denier; or just finished a holiday meal with a large dysfunctional family; maybe muttering “awkward” under his breath and escaping under the pretense of an emergency text message on his cell phone. But how does Jesus put a period on the whole sordid mess? He jumps into the middle of the reality show and calls it all out for what it is: stubbornness, disobedience, lovelessness, hypocrisy; all deserving time in God’s version of a correctional facility. Continue reading
Have you wondered how to dance? How to cook? How to study the bible? What messages are in the Marvel Comics Movies or the New Yorker? How to taste beer & wine? How do I sew a button? A new summer ministry opportunity is coming to Christ the King Lutheran Church this summer. Each night from Monday, July 29 – Friday, August 2 we will come together for fun and learning with sessions taught by members and friends of Christ the King Lutheran Church. Lutherhill Ministries will be here as well to offer summer camp for our families with children ages 5-12. Dinner is at 5:30 p.m. Sessions begin at 6:15 p.m. and every night has closing worship at 8:00 p.m. Cost is $60.00. Look for details soon. For information, contact Deacon Ben Remmer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Summer Wonder for children:
• Lutherhill Day Camp for children ages 5-12, led by Lutherhill Staff
Register here for Children’s Activities
Tentative Summer Wonder for youth and adults:
• Bible Study, led by Kristine Wallace
• Beer Tasting and Instruction led Nathan Wiker and Karli McGowen
• Dancing, led by Trish Chapman and David Karohl
• NY Times Theology, led by Pastor Duane Larson
• Marvel Cinematic Universe Theology, led by Deacon Ben Remmert
• Technology 101, led by Luther League Youth
Register here for Adult Activities
On May 19 at 12:30 p.m. all who are interested in learning more about Christ the King Church’s ministries and community are invited to a luncheon with the pastors. On June 9, Pentecost Sunday, we will receive all who would like to join themselves to the mission of Christ the King Church as new members.