Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, all gatherings, including Sunday church school and in -person Bible studies have ceased until further notice.
Because there are no in-person Sunday school classes scheduled, Christ the King is subscribing to taking faith home, a resource for Christians of all ages to use at home to help them in their faith formation. Click on the taking faith home artwork at left for this week’s lesson. Each week’s lesson includes content like daily Bible readings, prayers, a blessing, conversation starters, a suggested hymn, a devotion, service ideas, and rituals & traditions appropriate to the week.
Here is the link to a special Epiphany Day (January 6th) taking faith home.
Pastor Matthew leads a Faith Wednesday study at noon on Wednesdays on Zoom. Contact Pastor Matthew for an invitation to the class.
In “normal” times Christ the King has numerous education opportunities every week during the school year. These have all been halted during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tuesday morning women’s Bible study has historically met on Tuesdays from 10 to 11 AM from September to May and has been open to all women.
In 2019, CtK held Vacation Bible School in the evening from Sunday, June 9th, through Thursday, June 13th.
On Sunday mornings from the weekend after Labor Day through the weekend before Memorial Day weekend, there are Sunday church school classes at 10:45 AM for students aged three through adult.
Catechism Classes are held monthly from September through May for seventh and eighth graders to prepare them to be confirmed at the end of their eighth grade year.
Other evening classes are offered occasionally throughout the year. Watch for the What’s New? page for information about upcoming classes.