What’s New?

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

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Christ the King ceased holding worship on-site every week. Each weekend, Pastor Matthew records the worship service and shares it on the CtK Twinsburg channel of YouTube.  The next two scheduled outdoor worship services with Holy Communion will be at 9:30 AM Sunday, July 12th, and Sunday, July 26th.

Christ the King now has a CtK COVID-19 Relief Fund available for church and local community members who are enduring financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Call the church office for more information.  This fund was created with funds from the CtK Endowment.

The dates for Confirmation and for High School Graduate recognition will be announced.

Deacon Patricia Jabre, who has served at Christ the King as the Minister of Discipleship & Youth since 2011, retired June 30th, 2020. God’s blessings, Deacon Patti, and enjoy retirement! See Deacon Patti’s farewell letter.

Christ the King hosts a Free Community Meal on the fifth Sunday of the month from 4:00 to 5:30 PM, including Sunday, August 30th, 2020.  Because of social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic, this meal will be carry-out only.

(March 18, 2020 Update) Click here for a message regarding worship and events at Christ the King from Council President Mike Coss on behalf of the CtK Council.

(March 17, 2020 Update) As of today and for the foreseeable future, all worship services and events at Christ the King have been cancelled. (As of today, the previously planned free community meal on Sunday, March 29th, 2020, from 4:00 to 5:30 PM will be a strictly take out meal that diners will pick up from the back parking lot.) Click here for a link to Pastor Matthew Groenke’s March 17, 2020 letter explaining Christ the King’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Click for a link to a message from Rev. Elizabeth Eaton, the Presiding Bishop of the ELCA, regarding COVID-19 and people of the ELCA.

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!

ROOMS ARE NOT AVAILABLE FOR OUTDOOR GROUPS TO USE DURING THE PANDEMIC.  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.