It is very important for us to learn the truths of God’s Word. God uses the precious truths of His Word to keep us strong and growing in our faith in Jesus Christ. God’s Law shows us our sin, and how we are to live as His people. The Gospel gives us the good news of Jesus’ life, death and resurrection for our salvation.
Weekly Adult Bible Studies
CTK has numerous opportunities to delve into God's Word.
Saturdays at 6:00PM at Trenton Rd.
Sundays at 10:00AM at Pennsylvania Rd.
Wednesdays at 8:00AM (Men) at PA Rd.
Wednesday at 9:00AM (Women) at PA Rd.
and home based Small Groups
Confirmation classes take place for two years in the 7th & 8th grade. Students are asked to take the Early Communion classes prior to starting confirmation. The studies follow Luther's Small Catechism, learning the sacraments of Baptism and Holy Communion, as well as the Lutheran creeds, prayers and doctrines. At the end of the second year, students are confirmed as members of Christ The King.
We believe that the Sacrament of Holy Communion is Christ's gift to His Church intended for those who believe in His name as Savior. The age at which a person is prepared to begin receiving the Sacrament of Holy Communion is not set in the Scriptures, but is a decision God allows His congregations to make for themselves. At Christ The King Lutheran Church, we have made this decision based on what we believe is best for the young communicant relative to the Scriptural guidelines on receiving Holy Communion. Children in 5th grade and age 10 are welcome to attend Early Communion classes.
“Why We Believe” is a seven-week class focusing on the foundations of our faith in Christ. This class is a presentation of the Christian faith, consistent with reason and grounded in reality. It also serves as our new member class, so you will see it advertised as “Why We Believe” (Membership Class, formerly known as the Good News class). It is not just for people joining CTK. It is designed for everyone!
A two-week Discipleship Class follows this class (there is no cost for either class). We ask that you register by calling or emailing the church office.