The CtK Council also keeps an active blog that seeks to promote transparency, dialogue, and collaboration between CtK members and leadership.
Christ the King's Congregation Council provides general oversight of the life and activities of this congregation, and in particular its worship life. Council Members are elected at the annual meeting to one to three year terms. The council meets once a month to discuss issues pertinent to the life, ministry, and mission of the congregation and our neighborhood.
Resources from the Council
Elected by the congregation on Sunday, Feb. 5, 2017
If ever there were a power behind the throne, none was stronger than Katharina von Bora, Luther’s wife. On Jan. 29, 1499, Katharina was born into a noble but poor family. By 16, she was a nun. In addition to her Latin lessons and sacred readings, she and her fellow nuns began reading other material: the writings of Luther.