Friday Morning Bible Study 10:30 am

Friday Morning Bible Study
Fridays at 10:30 am

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All are invited to Friday Morning Bible Study online for Bible Study and prayer beginning at 10:30 a.m., and we finish approximately 11:40 a.m. We read the texts assigned for the Sunday liturgy and prepare ourselves for the encounter with the living Lord who promises to be with us in word and sacrament. No need to pre-register, simply join us!
If you do expect to participate, please let Cheryl Gaspard know at ctk@ctkelc.org, and she will send you the scripture lessons ahead of time.

The New Midweek Video Meditation debuts today- Wednesday, March 25 at 5:00 pm

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Midweek Meditations 

 

At 5pm CDT today we roll out a new resource today for your midweek re-centering during these challenging days. Enjoy organ selections played by Deacon/Cantor Rick Erickson and a message from Pastor Duane Larson. You can access it today on Christ the King Church’s Facebook page. We’re even calling for a “Watch Party” on Facebook then. Of course, you can view it any time after 5pm and can also watch it on YouTube by clicking on this link. YouTube Link May Christ’s Peace be deeply with you this day!

New Midweek Video Meditation: March 25 at 5 p.m

At 5 p.m. CDT today we roll out a new resource today for your midweek re-centering during these challenging days. Enjoy organ selections played by Deacon/Cantor Rick Erickson and  a message from Pastor Duane Larson. You can access it today on Christ the King Church’s Facebook page. We’re even calling for a “Watch Party” on Facebook then. Of course, you can view it any time after 5 p.m. and can also watch it on YouTube by clicking on this link. May Christ’s Peace be deeply with you this day!

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Join in the Lord’s Prayer tomorrow, March 25, at noon

We have received an invitation from The Rev. Elizabeth A. Eaton
Presiding Bishop, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America to extend an invitation  from Pope Francis, through the Lutheran World Federation and the World Council of Churches

The Evangelical Lutheran Church America, as part of the body of Christ, is united with other Christians in our communities, in our country and around the world. This unity takes many forms, including prayer.

During the global pandemic of COVID-19, the church can and should give witness to our unity in Christ and express our deep concern for God’s creation. Despite social distancing, through prayer we are able to enter together into the presence of Christ and the communion of believers. By praying the prayer that Christ taught us, we are united with followers of Jesus in every time and in every place. When the church gathers in this way, we can be assured that Christ, our eternal hope, is present in the midst of suffering.

In Christ, The Rev. Elizabeth A. Eaton
Presiding Bishop, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

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