The Keystone Habits of Jesus
In the spring of 2021 Christ the King Lutheran Church accepted the 40-day BEING CHALLENGE, to work together in our worship, studies, prayers, and other activities on the "Keystone Habits of Jesus" that He used as a human being to tie together his life and ministry. One of His habits was to COMMIT TO COMMUNITY.
At Christ the King our values are Caring, Acceptance, Family, and Joy - we can practice all these as we Commit to Community within our Church Family, in our local communities, or even around the world! Scroll down to find out more!
OUR CHRIST THE KING COMMUNITY
Dec 3 – Jenna Cunningham
Dec 5 – Brian, Dennis, & Joe Ryncarz
Dec 9 – Mercedes “Sadie” Jagusch
Dec 14 – Joanne Segedi, Tina Kenyon
Dec 26 – Bev Cahill
Dec 28 – Donna Young
Dec 26 – Jon & JoAnne Zurell
Christ the King Lutheran Church has a Meal Train page for the Gogolin family. They've said they can use help with meals, and that the meals you bring are truly appreciated.
NEW!! Please DO NOT just show up at anybody's house unannounced with a meal! PLEASE DO use the Meal Train site HERE>> to sign up to bring meals (that way they're not overwhelmed with too many meals at once, or multiple editions of the same meal)! Thanks for all your help!
OUR LOCAL COMMUNITIES
CARING IN OUR COMMUNITIES
The Matthew 25 Coalition of churches met on Thursday, October 12.
The next Coalition meeting will be Thursday, January 11, at 8:30 am at the United Methodist Church in either Leroy or Chippewa Lake (TBA).
Meanwhile, you can find out more about the Coalition at their website HERE>>.
The Matthew 25 Coalition of Medina County and the Matthew 25 Outreach Center of Ashland / Richland Counties are announcing FREE MONTHLY PRODUCE DISTRIBUTIONS
these Saturdays at the
Cloverleaf Elementary School
8337 Friendsville Road
+ December 9
Distribution 10 am – 1 pm
Volunteers needed 8 am – 2 pm
Questions? 419-961-0110, or visit this website www.m25oc.org
OUR NATION AND WORLD
Christ the King Lutheran Church is a member of the SELC District of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. Our District has a weekly online newsletter called The Beacon - you can view or download the latest edition HERE>> to read about activities in other congregations of our District, and articles of interest from some of our pastors.
Click HERE>> to go to our SELC District's website
Click below to download a one-page fact sheet about the SELC District.
You can help the mission of our church and others by learning about investing with the Lutheran Church Extension Fund. Your investments in the LCEF help provide low-cost loans to LCMS churches, schools, and workers all over the world.
NEW! The LCEF is currently offering a 2 1/2 year fixed-rate term note at 6.25% interest. Click HERE>> to learn more!
The LCEF is also still offering investors an 18-month note at 5% interest ($500 minimum). If you've never invested in LCEF before, this could be a good place to start! If you are a current LCEF investor, why not think about adding this note to your portfolio?
The Lutheran Church Extension Fund (LCEF) is a financial ministry of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod that supports churches, church workers, and ministries of the LCMS with below-market loans, which save our ministries and workers thousands of dollars each month. This, in turn, allows them to do more ministry with the money God blesses them with. To do that, the LCEF has over $1 billion in investments large and small. To learn how investors like you and me are a great blessing to the Church, click here to check out this video with LCEF CEO Bart Day.
If you would like to learn more about investing with LCEF, go to LCEF.org or call (800)843-5233.
LWML "Let's Meet" Bible Study
at Christ the King and on ZOOM
December 21, 10:30 am