Sunday Forum

Sundays at 9:00 a.m.  Online
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On June 13, our AMMPARO Ministry (Accompanying Migrant Minors with Protection, Advocacy, Representation and Opportunity) invites us to delve deeper into the current immigration landscape.

Sunday, June 13
Michael Busbey and Hellen Rios Carrillo will introduce the congregation to the ELCA’s Guardian Angel initiative – a program that provides spiritual and physical accompaniment of unaccompanied migrant children and families through their immigration court process. The AMMPARO committee seeks to begin this initiative in the Houston area in early fall.

Paulo Freire
ELCA missionary Rev. Dr. David Brondos will zoom in from Mexico City to teach two Sunday Forums on the work of Paulo Freire.
June 20   Pedagogy and liberation in the thought of Paulo Freire
June 27   The relevance of Paulo Freire for the church’s mission today Continue reading

Sunday Forum Series

Freed by faith, life in love: A three Sunday Study of Martin Luther’s Freedom of a Christian (1520)Sunday, December 20 at 9:00 a.m.

Faith and Love on Social Media
On the 500th Anniversary of Freedom of a Christian’s publication, join Intern Sergio Rodriguez for an in-depth study of Freedom of a Christian during Adult Forum in December. How may we be freed for our neighbor in the digital space? How does Freedom of a Christian inform our witness and ministry in the virtual space? These and more questions will be discussed during the study.

If you missed either of the previous sessions with Intern Sergio, you can still hear what he had to share. Send an email to ctk@ctkelc.org to get the link to the video from last week as a way to prepare for this Sunday.
If you would like the link to the meeting please contact us at ctk@ctkelc.org.

Sunday Forum Series: 75 Years – How It all Began

Looking Down History Lane of Christ the King
Sunday, November 15 at 10:00 a.m.
If you would like the link to the meeting please contact us at ctk@ctkelc.org.

Dr. John Boles will cap off this look down our own history lane with an review of Houston in the fall of 1945 including local and global events of the time.
These Sunday Forums will be recorded and be available upon request.

Sunday Forum: June 28 at 10:00 a.m.

Contact the church office for the link to join this forum.

The Rev. Dr. David Brondos, Missionary in Mexico

June 28
Another World is Possible: The Challenges of the Mexican Context

After serving in a variety of capacities as a missionary in Mexico from 1984 to 1995, the Rev. Dr. David Brondos has been teaching theology and biblical studies since 1996 at the Theological Community of Mexico, an ecumenical consortium of Protestant seminaries in Mexico City that includes Augsburg Lutheran Seminary

You are invited to learn about David’s work by viewing his presentation on theological education to the Luther Colloquy at United Lutheran Seminary at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.