What’s New?

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

To help those close to home, CtK will collect holiday foods through the end of October to be delivered to The Emergency Assistance Center, serving northern Summit County. Desired foods include boxed stuffing, cranberry sauce, canned vegetables, cake & cookie mix, and boxed potatoes. (Hygiene items such as toothpaste, toothbrushes, body wash, etc. are always appreciated.) Drop off your donations in the Giving Center Bin.

CtK will celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation with a Beer, Brats, & Bingo event on Saturday, October 28th, at 6:30 PM in the Fellowship Hall. (This is immediately after 5:30 PM worship.) A free will offering will benefit the 2018 National Youth Gathering team, who is sponsoring the evening’s festivities.

On Sunday, October 29th, Reformation worship services will be at 8:30 AM & 11:00 AM. Promptly at 9:45 AM, all youth grades 7 and up and all adults are invited to gather in the sanctuary for a one-hour movie, Martin Luther and the Reformation, by nationally known travel writer Rick Steves.

The annual congregational meeting with elections and approval of the 2018 proposed budget will be Sunday, November 19th, in the sanctuary.

If you would like to help with Hurricane Harvey or Hurricane Irma relief, click here for an online link to donate directly to Lutheran Disaster Response. Or click here for a form you can complete and mail with a donation to Lutheran Disaster Response. 100% of all designated donations to LDR for Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma & Hurricane Maria go to relief efforts until the recovery is complete.

Our fall worship schedule and Sunday Church School for all ages have resumed. Saturday worship is at 5:30 PM. Sunday Contemporary worship is at 8:30 AM, Sunday Church School is at 9:45 AM, and Sunday Traditional worship is at 11:00 AM. There is a staffed nursery for pre-kindergarteners on Sunday mornings.

For pictures of CtK’s fifth annual Blessing of Pets service, click here.

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.

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.