For where two or three are gathered in my name, I am there among them. – Matthew 18:20
One of the remarkable things about Jesus Christ is his power to create community. From the beginning of his ministry, Jesus called men and women into relationships, and after his ascension, the community he created continued as the Church.
At Christ the King, we teach that the Christian life is not lived individually but is made complete in community. We offer many opportunities to play, eat, work, worship, learn, pray, and serve together. In our common life, we bear each other’s burdens and celebrate each other’s joys; by doing so, we hope to echo in our community the description of early the Christian community: See how they love one another!
Caring Ministries: We are called to care for one another. For details on all of CTK’s caring ministries, including home Communion, grief support and more, check out the Caring Ministries page.
The Luther Café: A CTK favorite! For information on volunteering, coming musical guests or reserving this space, check out the Luther Café page.
Wednesday evening dinners: Join us for dinner on Wednesdays at 5:45 pm.
Fun and Fellowship groups: Love to knit, quilt or travel? How about read or go out to eat? Learn more about Fun and Fellowship at CTK, and join others who love to do what you love to do!
Men's and women's ministries: Check out our Women of the ELCA page and Men’s Ministry page for more information on ministry for CTK men and women.
Life events (baptisms, weddings, funerals): CTK is here to celebrate with you and assist you as you journey through life. For information on baptisms, weddings and funerals, check out the Life Events page.