Christ the King Lutheran Church began as a new congregation gathering in the local Grange Hall. In September of 1969, we laid the foundation for a new church with hope, commitment and faith. Since then, a lot has changed but for the people of Christ the King, the most important things have remained constant, and have become our mission statement:
“We strive to be a congregation so empowered by the gospel message and our unity in Christ, that we work together to minister to those in need and proclaim the good news to all.”
Our ministry is shared and expressed with a true sense of joy. We come together often for worship, fellowship, service, and education as we seek to know and share the comfort, strength, and promise given, for us, in Christ. We welcome you to join us for worship, as we come together around the table, hear the Word of God, and celebrate the gifts of all.
Beginning in 2014 Christ the King entered into a ministry partnership with the Episcopal Church of the Epiphany. Both congregations share the ministry of Pastor Nathaniel and engage in joint worship, service and social activities.
Join us for worship and we know you will discover an experience that engages the heart and uplifts your spirit. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Worship is central to the life of this congregation. We do many things in addition to worship, and we do them well, but we try never to lose sight of the fact that we are first and foremost a worshiping community! Join us for worship and you’ll find a congregation full of families and single people, children and grandparents.
Our 10:00 am service includes vibrant music offerings and features a variety of musical styles. Our worship is always centered on Word and Sacrament with communion offered each Sunday.
Christ the King warmly welcomes children at worship, a children’s moment is shared during the 10:30 service every week. For parents desiring it, nursery care is available for pre-school children during Sunday's 10:30 service and at every Sunday service in the summer. Christ the King, is grounded in the Lutheran tradition, but enriched by those who have come to us from various faith traditions. We invite you to join us for worship.
Please check our calendar for additional worship services during Christmas, Lent, and Holy Week. We look forward to worshiping with you.