Recent Posts

  • Poinsettia Orders

    Help decorate our Chancel Christmas Eve and Christmas Morning by purchasing a poinsettia plant. The cost is $11.00 per plant. Only Red poinsettias are available this year.

  • Cold Weather Clothing Donations

    As the winter season is approaching and you start to pull out the cold weather gear, would you please consider donating any unused jackets, coats, hats and gloves to a few local non-profits in the area? Near the stairwell in the middle of the church, there are several boxes to leave the items. We plan on dropping items off as the boxes fill. Any questions, please reach out to Doug Bohannon. Thank you!

  • October 29, 2023 Bulletin

    Ascended Lord, who as Word came to dwell among us, that we might know the love of the Father, lead us ever deeper into the Scriptures—under the blessed guidance of the Holy Spirit—that we learn again and again of the freedom from sin and the Law that Your Gospel has brought us, and that we increase more and more in the life lived to Your glory through willing service to our fellowman; who with the Father and the Holy Spirit are one God with dominion over us forever. Amen.

  • October 22, 2023 Bulletin

    Lead us to critical self-examination, Lord of the eternal feast, so that we appreciate our invitation to Your forgiveness and eternity, and are better able to help our fellow sinners understand its implications when the invitation comes to them; Who with the Father and the Holy Spirit are one God with dominion over us forever. Amen.

  • Youth Thanksgiving Service Project

    The Inner City Youth Group headed by Kinda Makini reached out to us once again asking if we might be able to help them this Thanksgiving.  Would we, at Christ the King, like to help some of our Detroit neighbor’s by providing 10 Thanksgiving baskets for families in need?

  • October 15, 2023 Bulletin

    Lead us to critical self-examination, Lord of the eternal feast, so that we appreciate our invitation to Your forgiveness and eternity, and are better able to help our fellow sinners understand its implications when the invitation comes to them; who with the Father and the Holy Spirit are one God with dominion over us forever. Amen.

  • Goodbye Food Pantry, Hello Collection Closet

    In the heart of our church, nestled within a quaint corner of the office, lies a magical place known as the Collection Closet. It's a space that embodies the spirit of recycling, reusing, and giving back to those in need. The Collection Closet aims to become a symbol of our church's commitment to sustainability and community support, all wrapped up in a small, unassuming room.

  • The True Story of Brenda’s Contact Lens

    Brenda McLain was almost halfway to the top of a tremendous granite overhang, in the Echo Cliffs of the Santa Monica Mountains, in November 2006. She was standing on a ledge where she was taking a breather during this, her first rock climb. As she rested there, the safety rope snapped against her face and knocked out her contact lens.