Tuesdays at 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 pm
Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
The nave is open twice a week for silent prayer to individuals or small groups who shelter/live together, Tuesday evenings, 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. and Wednesday 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
No registration is necessary; waiting a few minutes in the narthex may occur. You will be asked to sign in, and we request that all wear a mask.
To ensure the safety of all who come to pray, a maximum of five individuals/couples/small groups will be in the nave at the same time. Seating is self guided, an attendant will give instructions upon arrival. You may light a candle if you wish; if you like to use a prayer book or such, please bring your own resources along.
We pray that the time you spend in the physical space of the beautiful nave of Christ the King Church will refresh you, replenish you spiritually and give you strength for the days ahead.
Sunday, June 7 at 11:00 a.m.
It is Trinity Sunday, not a day to celebrate a doctrine (an often said misinterpretation) but a great day to celebrate who God is and how God wraps us all into God’s life by fusing God’s eternity into our collective history and our most personal lives. This festival Sunday will again include Holy Communion, God’s promise of tangible presence, too, in our private lives and our life together, nourished for the well-being of the world. We invite you to have bread and wine reverently ready to participate in God’s life—our lives together—in this important feast day of the Church.
Worship Bulletin for June 7, 2020
Wear Red. Sing loudly. Rejoice in the Promised Spirit of Christ wherever we are. The Spirit who calls and gathers still calls and gathers even while we worship differently from home. This festival Sunday worship will include Holy Communion, a tangible means wherever we are of the Spirit’s binding us together with Christ and each other, giving us the holiest means to be Christ for all we meet. We invite you to have bread and wine reverently ready to give praise—Eucharist—in this high festival of the Church. And, be ready to read aloud with us in a language of your choice from Acts 2:4-11.
May 31, 2020 Worship Bulletin: Pentecost Sunday
This week in a panel discussion, Pastor Karin, Cantor Rick, and Staff Singer Vicki explore the poetic lyrics of the hymn O Holy Spirit, Root of Life, ELW 399 that is based on three different texts by Hildegard of Bingen. Expect some lively organ music and chances to sing along! Join with fellow worshipers at 6:00 p.m. today either via:
Christ the King Lutheran Church Facebook Page
Christ the King Lutheran Church YouTube Channel
Each year on Pentecost Sunday (May 31), we invite those who speak or read a language other than English to participate in the reading from the book of Acts. Even though we will not be worshiping in our nave together, we want to encourage at-home participation from all our bilingual and multilingual members and friends. Please contact Cheryl Gaspard to request a copy of the reading in your language. At the appointed time in worship when the assisting minister begins the Acts reading, you are invited to read along in your language. Although it doesn’t appear that the apostles had to ever practice physical distancing (although before they saw the risen Christ they were known to hide out), we’re sure they would approve.