Weekend Worship Schedule

Christ the King Lutheran Church gathers regularly to worship the Triune God by hearing God’s word as revealed in the scriptures and receiving God’s love and forgiveness through the washing of baptism and the meal of communion. Sunday, the first day of the week, is the primary and weekly assembly of our congregation, beginning at sundown on Saturday. The nursery is always available. The congregation also gathers for festival worship at the annual Christian observances of Christmas; the Three Days comprising Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter Day; the festivals of Epiphany and Ascension, Ash Wednesday, and other observances as announced.

The practice of daily prayer is supported in our congregation by weekday Morning Prayer at 8:15 a.m. in the narthex and services of Evening Prayer on the Wednesdays of Lent each year. The services of worship of the Bach Society Houston (Bach Vespers at www.bachsocietyhouston.org) also enhance our congregation’s worship offerings.

Morning Prayer
Each weekday morning at 8:15 am, a small group of people gathers in the third floor visitors room for a short service of readings and prayers.  Prayers are offered for members, family and friends in need. This informal service is led by volunteers. All are invited.

Contemplative Worship (Taizé Worship)
Saturday evenings at 6:00 p.m., a meditative worship service is offered. Contemplative spirituality and prayer practice spans the ages from ancient to post-modern times. Prayers for peace will rise out of the stillness of prayer and reflection. Our contemplative activity leads us to the celebration of Holy Communion and sends us into the world, our own and the world at large. Join us for this meditative worship experience including hymns, Taizé chants and plain song, all so to deepen faith and empower personal lives for peace-making.

Sunday at 11:00 a.m. Holy Communion (Live Streamed)
At 11:00 a.m. Sunday morning, people gather for worship. The music for the service is chosen from various settings available in Evangelical Lutheran Worship. We sing accompanied by the organ, piano, or a variety of other instruments. The church choir, at times accompanied by an ensemble, offers classical selections.