The Church Council of Christ the King Lutheran has voted to resume our in-person worship beginning Sunday, October 25 at 10:30 am. We will be ending this period of fasting with the celebration of Reformation.
Due to the pandemic, many things in our lives have required creativity and adjustments to keep ourselves and neighbors safe. We have been changed as a result of these events, too. Therefore, our worship will not be exactly as it was prior to March of this year. This will be a physically-distanced gathering and masks will be required while in the building. We will have masks available for anyone that comes without one. Hand sanitizer will be stationed for your convenience.
Other temporary changes include:
- Coffee and foodservice will remain suspended.
- We will have continuous communion instead of communing at the altar rail.
- Some pews have been roped off to facilitate physical distancing between family groups.
- We will not pass the offering plate but have it sitting near the baptismal font.
- We recognize that it's been seven months since most of us have had a face-to-face visit. We ask that those "catch-up" conversations take place outside so that physical distancing can be maintained in the narthex.
We will continue to live stream our worship service to Facebook for those that may be in a vulnerable group or are uncomfortable in gathering in person at this time. The stream can be viewed at https://facebook.com/christthekingfw.