Saturday, August 3, at 10:00 a.m.
The memorial service for Pastor Fred Haman, Associate Pastor at Christ the King Church from 1986 and 1995 and Visitation Pastor from 2000 until 2007, will be at Christ the King on Saturday, August 3, at 10:00 a.m. followed by a congregational lunch reception. Please contact Terri if you would like to provide a dish or assist with the luncheon. In lieu of flowers, you are invited to contribute to ELCA World Hunger either directly at elca.org or through Christ the King Church (check memo: Pastor Haman-World Hunger).
Saturdays at 6:00 p.m.
submitted by CTK members Larry Foust and Christine Wagener
Christ the King Lutheran Church distinguishes itself in many ways, one of which is its commitment early every Saturday evening to an ecumenical form of worship created in the 1940’s by Roger Schütz in France after the occupation by Nazi Germany had ended. The Taize approach to worship is soft, quiet, meditative, and peaceful. The music, albeit sung in many languages, emphasizes simple biblical phrases and is repeated in a soothing fashion. It is yoga, marathon running, blood pressure treatment, and anti-anxiety medication all rolled into a one hour shared worship service before your Saturday evening festivities begin. Come and experience it. Relax. Wrap yourself in its comfortable arms. Come and experience God’s Peace and healing in a new way.
Good Friday reflection – April 19, 2019
Karin Liebster,Associate Pastor
Dear sisters and brothers, on this holy night, God has gathered us around the tree of the cross. We enter deeper yet into the mystery of God’s love and salvation, which -by grace alone- is meant for us and our broken humanity. Continue reading
Wednesdays, 6:30 – 7:15 p.m.
Join us in reflecting on and experiencing the psalms for Lent at Lenten Vespers.
- March 27 – Body (Psalm 63)
- April 3 – Joy (Psalm 32)
- April 10 – Harvest (Psalm 126)
After worship, there will be two opportunities to go deeper in the reflective process: caring conversation with healing blessing and anointing will be offered in the nave (two stations); a 45 minute group conversation about the psalm and presentation for each week will take place in the parlor on the second floor.
Throughout Lent we offer Healing Blessing and Anointing for all who desire during Sunday morning worship and after Wednesday evening Vespers. Stations for healing prayers will be available in the back of the nave after communion on Sunday mornings and in the northeast section on Wednesday evenings.