After thirty years of ministry, Carol Hokel has resigned from her position as Organist at Christ the King Lutheran Church. She will be bringing her work among us to a close as of Pentecost Sunday, June 4, 2017. 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
The subtitle of this retreat is “Using heart and soul to focus on God’s calling in your life.” Participants will use photography along with meditation and gentle yoga to explore the creative potential of mind-body-spirit integration to more fully realize how God calls us and connects us to each other.
1. “When our Lord and Master, Jesus Christ, said ‘Repent’ he called for the entire life of believers to be one of repentance.” (Ninety-Five Theses, 1517)
Luther meant that faith and its Christly acts of love and service are never to be separated from real life. Faith isn’t just a hobby, it’s an entire way of life!