Guided by the Gospel, it is the mission of Christ the King Lutheran Church to make disciples for Jesus Christ by inviting and welcoming all to serve God and God’s people by joining in:
Gathering for worship and fellowship,
Growing in faith and understanding,
Giving of ourselves and our resources.
Worship with us
Sundays at 8:30 a.m. Worship 9:30 a.m. Faith Formation 10:30 a.m. Worship 12:00 noon Worship en Español Fourth Sunday of the month
Give of ourselves and our resources
Giving at Christ the King comes from the heart, not from the bank account. Giving means we support each other not only with our financial resources, but with our time, talent and prayers. In the Lutheran tradition stewardship does not come out of an obligation but rather in response to Jesus’ free gift of salvation.
People who have signed up automated giving through Simply Giving by Thrivent Financial have the option of setting up a digital giving portal. Click the donate button above to make an online donation to Christ the King or to change your simply giving amount.
These are exciting times for the people of CtK. A great deal of energy and effort has been given to explore and discover what God is up to in our midst. We know there is much to be done not just for our congregation, but also for the community in which we live. This is why we are launching the Formed in love. Called to serve. Here to stay. Capital Appeal.
We invite you to imagine the impact we can have as we move forward. This capital brochure will help to get you started. Weekly worship on Sundays will also help us to see what it looks like to be Formed in love. Called to serve. Here to stay.in the life of our ministry and in the lives others.
We’re glad to have you as a partner in this journey to bring the Good News of Jesus Christ into the world. Thank you for giving careful and faithful consideration to how God is leading you to support this.
Our vision with Formed in love. Called to serve. Here to stay. is three-fold: 1. Pay off the debt related to the building loan, 2. Provide for the continued maintenance, repair, and improvement of both the building and grounds, and 3. Support key CtK ministry initiatives as they are built into our annual budget for ministry.
2016 Stewardship: When we belong, we give
We belong to God and to one another. When you give to Christ the King, you belong to the whole work we do together. By God’s grace and through your generosity, our ministry at CtK will continue to make a difference in the lives of many people in 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.