All are invited to a conference on Spiritual Friendship taking place November 10-11, hosted by two PCA churches in Portland, ME. Author and Biblical Studies professor Wesley Hill will lead a session at 6:30 p.m. on Friday evening and two sessions starting at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday morning; lunch will follow. For more information and to RSVP, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our current Adult Education class is entitled Grace Changes Everything: The History, Theology, and Continuing Impact of the Reformation. Join us this fall as we explore the historical background and theological touchstones of the Reformation - and why it still matters 500 years on. We’ll enjoy two guest lectures by Gordon-Conwell professors Gordon Isaac (on Luther) and Rick Lints (on justification by faith alone)! The class will run through December 17.
Save the Date: Celebrate the Advent season with singing at CTK’s Fifth Annual Christmas Concert! Come join CTK’s talented musicians for an evening of festive performances and rousing caroling on Saturday, December 9, at 6:30pm. Please invite neighbors, co-workers, and other friends! Contact email@example.com for more information.
There will be no 4th Sunday Eat and Meet for the months of November and December. We'll resume in the new year!
East End House’s Holiday Programs provide a great way for individuals, families, and community groups to give back to our Cambridge community during the holiday season. Whether by volunteering, participating in the Holiday Drive, or "Adopting a Family", there are many ways that you can help contribute. For more information please contact Camille.
CTK Cambridge Members Naomi and Leonard Layne have an apartment which will be available in a coupie of months or sooner. It is 2 beautiful 2 bedroom 1st floor apartment on Avon Hill in North Cambridge, 5 minute walk from the Porter Square T stop in a very desirable neighborhood. Dish washer, Dedicated Laundry room. Oil heat, new gas range, just lovely. No pets, no smoking. Rent is $2650/month. Please get in touch with Leonard if you or someone you know is interested!
Join us for "How Did it Begin?" a science and faith seminar at CTK Cambridge with internationally recognized physicist, researcher and public speaker, Professor Adauto Lourenço!
- Theories about Origins - Friday, Dec. 1st at 7:30-9:30pm in the Social Hall
- The Universe and its Beginnings and Genetics, Life & Complex Beginnings - Saturday, Dec. 2nd from 5:30-8:00pm in the Social Hall
- Worship Service - Sunday, Dec. 3 at 12-2:00pm in the Sanctuary
Save the Date for the annual Women’s Christmas Brunch on Saturday, December 16th at 10am. We are seeking women to help with the event. If you would like to help with set-up, clean-up, crafts, singing, centerpieces, decorating, etc, please contact Meredith Wyse.
CTK Somerville member Alex Kontras works at MHSA, which conducts weekly housing workshops for some of the longest-term homeless in Boston. They are in need of two kinds of help at one of their shelters in Dorchester: 1) $10 Dunkin’ Donuts cards, which are provided to workshop participants as incentives to complete housing paperwork, and 2) providing food for a hot breakfast prior to the workshop. Online donations of gift cards can be made here (enter “gift card” in the “In memory or honor of” box); for information about providing breakfast or for any other questions, contact Alex.
Looking for ways to volunteer during the worship service? We're looking for CTK members interested in serving the congregation by prepping communion, serving communion, or being the lead greeter on Sunday mornings. For more information and to join the team, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
There's a new time and date for our Thanksgiving worship service and dinner: join us on Wednesday, November 22, at 7:30pm. Come celebrate with us and give thanks to God for who He is and what He has done in our lives.
As announced last month, a portion of the Deacons' Fund Offering for October is being donated to Mission to North America's Disaster Response efforts in Puerto Rico to assist churches there in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. If you would like to contribute further to those efforts, you may donate online here through CTK for the entire month of November. All funds collected will be directed to MNA Hurricane Relief at the end of the month.
Boston Center for Pregnancy Choices invites you to attend the 2017 Gala Fundraiser with guest speakers Bob and Pam Tebow, parents of Tim Tebow. Come and hear stories of lives that have been changed through this organization. The gala will be held on Friday, November 3rd from 7:00-9:30pm at The Westin Hotel in Waltham. To purchase tickets go to https://bcpc.ticketspice.com/a-night-to-inspire, or talk to CTK member and BCPC volunteer, Hannah Ebben.
The church has received the sad news that Teagin Costanzo, daughter of CTK-supported ministers Cory and Marna Costanzo, has been diagnosed with stage 4 cancer. Teagin and her family face an arduous course of treatment in the next months. Please pray for the Costanzo family. The family has set up a gofundme site and a t-shirt fundraiser for any who would like to contribute financially to the costs of Teagin’s medical care.
Thank you to all who supported the bake sale on Sunday and also to the youth who hosted and organized the event. Over $343 was raised to benefit the Costanzo’s missionary work in South Africa!
Making Room at Thanksgiving: In an effort to ensure that no one at CTK is without a place to go this Thanksgiving, we are looking for people who have room at their tables. Also, if you are someone who is currently without a place to share the meal, we would be happy to connect you with someone who would love for you to join them. For more information, please email email@example.com.
Calling All Singers! We are putting together an a cappella choir to sing several Advent selections during the service on Sunday, December 3. The first rehearsal will take place on Saturday morning, November 11, in the sanctuary. If you are interested in lending your voice, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are so many ways to get involved in the greater community at our church. Click Here to see a schedule of our weekly events at Christ The King. Morning Prayer, Theology Reading Groups, and more... Come get involved! All are welcome.
Members and regular attenders have the opportunity to serve in a variety of ways on Sunday mornings. To learn more about ways to serve our congregation, please visit ctkcambridge.org/serve-church.
The Deacons' Fund Offering will be taken up this Sunday, October 29. Once collected, the deacons will donate a portion of the funds to Mission to North America's Disaster Response efforts in Puerto Rico to assist churches there in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. In addition to the offering, CTK has set up an online giving portal, which will remain open throughout the month of November, as means for you to donate electronically to the MNA relief efforts. Click here to contribute to MNA hurricane relief online.
Want to meet people over a meal? Join CTK members for Fourth Sunday Eat and Meet this Sunday, October 22nd, following the service. Please meet in the social hall at the Fourth Sunday Eat and Meet sign, and the group will head to a local restaurant. All are welcome!