Christ the King Church comes together every week of the school year for Wednesdays@Church or W@C. All activities are centered around dinner together. There is music for children and parents, singing for children, classes and music for adults. With dinner at the center there is ample time to make and meet friends.
Conversations with Martin Luther’s Small Catechism
The 5 O’Clock class,
Wednesdays through February 27
The topic for this reading class is not so much the Catechism itself, but how did it come to be? The story of the Small Catechism reflects Martin Luther’s own life and questions. With the help of a little history and background, the words of the catechism open up as gospel proclaiming the freeing word of the Reformation. Join us in our conversations about this gem of the Lutheran tradition. Copies of the book are available as class set to all participants.
Wednesdays through February 27, 6:30 p.m.
Jesus read from the Isaiah scroll in the synagogue at Nazareth (Luke 4:16-20). Paul and the evangelists cite Isaiah more than any other book of the Hebrew Scriptures. The early Christian church fathers referred to Isaiah as their “fifth gospel”. For seven sessions (January 16-February 27), Kristine Wallace will lead a study of the book of Isaiah, a complex text encompassing oracles from the 8th century to the 6th century BCE. Our lectionary contains more passages from Isaiah than from any other book of the Hebrew Bible; more prophetic readings are taken from it in the Jewish lectionary as well. Our study can give us a fuller and deeper understanding of this beloved text.
Best Friends are Made in the Kitchen
All members who enjoy good food and good fellowship are invited to join us by volunteering one Wednesday during the spring semester. Food service will be from 5:30-6:40 p.m. each Wednesday from January 16 through April 24. We have a full range of positions available from cooks to servers to dishwashers. Contact Beverly Davis.