Reopening CtK Survey
As CHRIST the KING Lutheran Church watches state and local guidelines/orders for reopening, we'd like to ask for your thoughts about various aspects of church and meeting together. Please take the survey for your family or for yourself. We welcome all full and part time friends to take the survey, even if you only visit us for a week or two out of the year.

As you answer, please keep in mind that we will be cleaning and sanitizing the facility and worship space with a stringent cleaning routine.

Thank you for your feedback as it will assist your church Council in making decisions as we move forward. If you have any questions, please direct them to Pr. Ed at pastor@ctktahoe.net.
I am a full time or part time Tahoe/Truckee/Reno resident. *
My age range (answer for yourself, even if answering the other questions for your family): *
I have been regularly checking out the CTK@Home worship services online? *
If able to do so as Placer County recommends, when CtK offers in person services, I plan to: *
If you'd like, please share why you answered the question above the way you did regarding attending in person services.
When attending in person services, I will: *
If you'd like, please share why you answered the question above the way you did regarding wearing a mask.
Regarding seating in church, I would prefer that: *
Regarding singing in church, I would prefer that: *
Regarding the passing of the peace, I would prefer that: *
Regarding offering, I would prefer that: *
Regarding prayers, I would prefer that we: *
Regarding readings and responsive readings, I would prefer that we: *
Regarding communion, I would prefer that we: *
Regarding fellowship after the church service, I would prefer that we: *
Regarding outside events (Bible Studies, Beach days, etc.), and if distancing is in place, I plan to: *
Please let us know any questions, comments, or concerns that were not addressed above.
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