Every Sunday we gather with people of all ages and backgrounds. We are eager to engage the incredible gifts and imagination of children in worship through story-sharing, learning, singing, and praying. During the Children's Message, we dedicate time each week to speak directly with our young people, knowing that we all have something to learn from their wonder and excitement for the good news of God's love for everyone.
Contact Deb Wolterstorff to find out more about getting your child involved with worship at CtK!
July 19 Children's Message
Places are important to us and Pastor John explores special spots at CtK that are marked with monuments.
June 28 Children's Message
Noah and Nate teach another camp song about doing our best.
And, even when we fall short, God still loves us.
June 14 Children's Message
Noah and Nate teach a song about being saved by God's grace,
not by anything we do or don't do, but through faith in Jesus.
May 24 Children's Message
Noah and Nate teach a song called "Lions" (aka "The Slinky Song") that explores how God protects us from the lions in life.
May 10 Children's Message
Pastor John gets the tour of Lydia's house (thanks Grandma Sue!) and discusses why home is such an important place.
April 26 Children's Message
Pastor John shares Elisa Kleven's Sun Bread and talks about how Jesus shows up through ordinary things like fresh-baked bread.
July 12 Children's Message
Pastor Peter takes a trip to the CtK Community Garden and wonders about how seeds can grow and flourish from where they are planted.
June 21 Children's Message
Noah and Nate teach another camp song about the incredible power of God's peace in our lives and in our world.
June 7 Children's Message
Pastor John shares the story Something Happened In Our Town and discusses the impact an unjust murder can have in our lives.
May 17 Children's Message
Deb talks about the similar physical traits we share with people in our families and the importance of sharing the love of Jesus.
May 3 Children's Message
Pastor Kisten explores the joys of keeping sheep with help from a special guest live from her very own backyard.
April 19 Children's Message
Pepe reads from Julia Donaldson's The Gruffalo and tells of God's incredible gift to us through our own creativity and imagination.
Christ the King Lutheran Church
1900 7th Street NW
New Brighton, MN 55112
Office Hours: 9 am to 3 pm (Tues - Thurs)
Sunday Morning Worship at 9:30 am