Sunday Mornings in the Fall
Christ the King seeks your input on how Sunday mornings will look in September.
We are excited to offer in-person worship services and faith formation opportunities for all ages. We want to create a safe and welcoming space that builds community and nurtures faith across all ages.
Here's what we're thinking:
+ One Worship Service with Holy Communion at 9:30 am
+ BAM! (Bible and Me) invites children from the sanctuary to the chapel following the children's message. Kids will sing songs and hear stories from the Bible in a format geared towards them. Children will rejoin their families in the Sanctuary during the Setting of the Table (after the offering and before communion).
+ Fellowship in the Fireside after worship at 10:30 am
+ Faith Formation at 11 am (Adult Forum, Middle and High School Youth, Children's Music/Activities)
+ Cristo Rey Weekly Worship in Spanish at 12 noon
What do you think? Please answer the following questions.
Do you need a different service time in order to worship regularly?
Yes, on Wednesday evenings
Which aspect(s) of worship at Christ the King do you connect with most? (Select all that apply)
Seeing children and youth present during worship
Hearing music led from the CtK ensembles (Sanctuary Choir, King's Ringers Handbell Choir, etc.)
Seeing my friends in the pews and during fellowship time
Volunteering to help with hospitality
Seeing other members lead prayers and read scripture
Receiving Holy Communion
Hymns led from the organ
Hymns led by a band
Would you be willing to volunteer one Sunday a month to help with hospitality (usher, greeting, welcome center, serving communing, brewing coffee, running a camera, nursery, Sunday school, youth group, etc.)?
If you'd like us to follow up with you about volunteering or to answer any of your questions, please leave us your contact information.
Is there anything else you would like to share with the staff at Christ the King? What excites you about our plans for Sunday mornings in the fall? What other questions can we help answer?
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