Since we are taking break from our annual Block Party, we have been looking for other ways to connect with our neighbors. Join us as we partner with Garden View for National Night Out on Aug. 1. Read More
As many of you know, Oct. 31, 2017 marks the 500th Anniversary of Martin Luther posting his Ninety-Five Theses—which many count as the beginning of Lutheran Reformation. How will we observe and remember this anniversary? Read More
Jesus is no stranger to messes and walls, as he was born in the broken city of Bethlehem. Jesus enters our world to meet us in our deepest needs, to live among us, and to give us peace and heal us, breaking open any walls that might keep us from living fully in community. We are ready to celebrate and receive the gift that is Jesus’ birth during this year’s Christmas Concert, entitled Christ Our Peace. Read More
It is no wonder when Michael King traveled to Germany and learned about Luther’s (95 theses) reformation, he felt not only a strong connection but reaffirming hope in a better tomorrow. In Martin Luther, Michael saw a Godly man whose love for God would not be compromised for social status. Inspired and honored by Martin Luther’s boldness, combativeness, and foremost faithfulness in God, Michael King change his name as well as his son’s name to Martin Luther King and Martin Luther King Jr.
Yogadevotion is a practice of breathing, movement and meditation led by a trained yoga instructor. Yogadevotion classes are scheduled for Thursdays at 6:30pm -7:30pm from September 14 through November 16 at Christ the King Lutheran Church.