What’s New?

Here’s what’s happening at Christ the King:

On Saturday, November 2nd, at 5:30 PM and on Sunday, November 3rd, at 9:30 AM, Christ the King will commemorate All Saints Day (November 1st) by lighting candles in memory of loved ones who have died since All Saints Day 2018.

On Saturday, November 9th, there will be a chili supper at 6:30 PM (after worship), followed by a chance to share star gazing knowledge and lore outside. (Or inside, in case of inclement weather.)

Christ the King Weekend, the final weekend in the liturgical year, will be November 23rd and 24th.  Everyone is encouraged to wear Christ the King apparel to worship that week!

The 2019 Congregational Meeting to approve the proposed 2020 budget, known as the Continuation & Improvement Plan, and to elect Council members, an Endowment Committee member, and the Nominating Committee for 2020 will be at 10:45 AM Sunday, November 24th.

On Thanksgiving Day, November 28th, there will be a dinner at 1 PM for anyone who would like to have turkey dinner with all the trimmings.  Be sure to sign up by November 24th to help with planning.

WORSHIP SCHEDULE

5:30 PM Saturday Come-As-You-Are Worship with Holy Communion (NO Saturday worship October 12th.)
9:30 AM Sunday Worship with Holy Communion
ALL baptized Christians are invited to partake of Holy Communion.
10:45 AM Sunday Church School weekly for 3-year-olds through adults

See our current newsletters or calendar for more details about what’s happening at CtK.

CtK has a used clothing drop-off shed behind the parking lot. Find out here what you may donate. In 2018 the community put over 24,000 pieces of clothing in the shed, enough to clothe almost 3000 people!

If you are interested in using a room at Christ the King for an organization, please complete this Building Use Agreement Form and submit it to office@ctktwinsburg.com or mail it to the church. The Church Council will review all requests to determine what, if any, fees will be charged and whether or not the use is in keeping with the congregation’s mission.