Christ the King Lutheran Church
Kendall Park, NJ

  
Worship Service with Holy Communion
Sundays at 9:30 am
Coffee and Conversation after the service
  
Pastor:  The Rev. Dale Selover
Contact CtK:  office@xtheking.org


  

Join Us in Building a Loving Community that Shares the Unconditional Love of Jesus with the World.




Ash Wednesday Service 
with St. Barnabas Episcopal Church
February 10, 7:00 pm 
at St. Barnabas, 142 Sand Hills Road
Reverend Valerie Balling will Preside
Pastor Dale Selover will Preach
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  Love Sunday - February 14 - Wear Red
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Dispelling   
Misconceptions   
About Islam   

 February 28 - 2 - 4:00 pm         
at the South Brunswick Public Library         

Learn more about the faith that is followed by billions of people around the world and that has been the subject of much media coverage in recent years. Gain a better understanding of what Islam is all about and help dispel the media-perpetuated misconceptions surrounding this faith. Come with an open mind and questions for a lively discussion on Islam by Author Suzy Ismail.

Suzy Ismail, discussion leader, is currently a Visiting Professor of Communication at DeVry University and the Founder and Head Communication Counselor at Cornerstone.  She is the author of several books and is also a high school English teacher.  Suzy Ismail received her Bachelor’s in English, Communication and Middle Eastern Studies, her Master’s in Communications and Information Studies, and is currently working on her Doctorate in Human Services with a focus on Marriage and Family Intervention.  She is married and is the mother of three children.


This program is co-sponsored by the South Brunswick Human Relations Commission, the Interfaith Clergy Association of Greater South Brunswick and The Community Resource Team


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We Rejoice with Scott Tibbets 
on the occasion of his Baptism.  

Scott is joined by his wife, Cheryl and his sponsor, Tom Noon.
 
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Try Something New
Wednesdays Away 

Wednesdays Away is a time of spiritual renewal on the first Wednesday of the month, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm in the Christ Center at Crossroads Retreat Center of the Episcopal Diocese of Newark and the NJ Synod of the ELCA. 

Throughout the year we will be gathering with a variety of spiritual directors 
who will focus each month upon a different spiritual practice.  
Come once or come every month!  Use this as your own personal time away 
or feel free to bring a friend!  The cost is $50.00.  Lunch is included.
Please register at www.crossroadsretreat.com

Ash Wednesday, February 10 - Ashes to Ashes with Rev. Rose Cohen Hassan.
Holy Wednesday, March 23 - Here I am, Listening for the Still, Small Voice with Barbara Hetzel
April 6 - Lectio Divinia:  Praying the Scriptures with Ruth Roemer
May 4 - Walking into Scripture with Rev Laurie Matarazzo
June 1Praying with Our Bodies with Pastor Dale Selover

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Getting to Know You

Pastor Selevore would love the opportunity to meet with the 
people of Christ the King, to hear your stories, get to know you, 
and engage in conversation about our life together a church.  
Please sign up at church or call the office to schedule a time 
to meet with Pastor over lunch, dinner or a cup of coffee.



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Upcoming Events at CtK


Sunday, February 7 - Worship Service With Holy Communion - 9:30 am
Sunday School - During the 9:30 Service
Pastor Ringberg Preaching and Presiding

Sunday, February 7 - Confirmation Parents (& Kids) Meeting - 3:30 pm

Sunday, February 7 - Education Team Meeting - 4:30 pm

Tuesday, February 9 - Finance and Stewardship Team Meeting - 7:00 pm

Wednesday, February 10 - Circle of Friends - 1-5 pm

Wednesday, February 10 - Ash Wednesday Services with Imposition of Ashes - noon & 7:00 pm
Noon Service - at CtK
Evening Service at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, 142 Sand Hills Road

Thursday, February 11 - Youth Group - 6:30-7:30 pm

Sunday, February 14 - Love Sunday - Worship Service With Holy Communion - 9:30 am
Sunday School - During the 9:30 Service
Megan Corbi Preaching

Tuesday, February 16 - Congregation Council Meeting - 7:00 pm

Wednesday, February 17 - Lenten Midday Prayers - noon

Wednesday, February 17 - Circle of Friends - 1-5:00 pm

Wednesday, February 17 - Lenten Soup Supper and Study 
Soup Supper - 6:00 pm
Do You Love Me? Study - 6:30pm 

Saturday, February 20 - Church Chicks - 10:30 am

Sunday, February 21 - Worship Service With Holy Communion - 9:30 am
Sunday School - During the 9:30 Service

Wednesday, February 23 Wednesday, February 23 - Circle of Friends - 1-5:00 pm

Wednesday, February 24 - Lenten Soup Supper and Study 
Soup Supper - 6:00 pm
Do You Love Me? Study - 6:30pm 

Wednesday, February 24 - Choir Practice - 7:30 pm

Thursday, February 25 - Youth Group - 6:30-7:30 pm

Sunday, February 28 - Worship Service With Holy Communion - 9:30 am
Sunday School - During the 9:30 Service
Pastor Ringbell preaching and presiding

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God's Work I Can Do This Week
Lord, when was it that we ever saw you hungry and gave you something to eat or thirsty and gave you something to drink?


Read Bishop Eaton's Open Letter to Muslim Community.  click here

Help Those Who Suffered From the Christmas Storms.  click here

Donate to the South Brunswick Food Pantry.  Click here to see what is needed. 
If you need help from the Food Pantry, click here

Listen to Bishop Eaton's Webcast on January 14 at 8:00 pm:  
Confronting Racism, a Holy Yearning







The Church confesses Christ, who has broken down the dividing wall (Ephesians 2:14). Christ, our
peace, has put an end to the hostility of race, ethnicity, gender, and economic class. The Church
proclaims Christ, confident this good news sets at liberty those captive behind walls of hostility
(cf. Luke 4:18).
The Church confesses Christ, who has broken down the dividing wall (Ephesians 2:14). Christ, our
peace, has put an end to the hostility of race, ethnicity, gender, and economic class. The Church
proclaims Christ, confident this good news sets at liberty those captive behind walls of hostility
(cf. Luke 4:18)


Christ the King Lutheran Church is a welcoming community of persons of all
ages and backgrounds, with joys and sorrows, gifts and flaws, loved of God.
rejoicing in God's grace, sustained by God's word, and inspired by God's spirit,
we care for others, work for justice, pray for peace, and share the gospel of Christ,
as we journey through life as best we can, trusting God for the outcome.


We are a congregation of the New Jersey Synod of the  Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

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