Phishing Notice

It’s come to our attention that several people have received emails from a fake address claiming to be Rick Downs. The fake address was a believable variation on Rick’s actual email address (his email address is rickdowns@ctkcambridge.org). Please be on the look out for fake/phishing emails and please don’t give any personal information to an email you aren’t 100% sure of. If you receive one these emails, you can report it as phishing/spam through your email provider. Thanks.

Women Together Panel

All women are invited to join for an upcoming Women Together event on Tuesday, March 12th. Listen to a panel of women in the church reflect on the topic of "community in Boston over time," and join us for a time of discussion and prayer, over dessert. The event will be held at 7:30pm at Kathryn Mogk's home in Cambridge. For directions and to RSVP, please reach out to Emily Stuntz (emily.debaun@gmail.com).

Park Street Job Openings

Job Openings: Park Street School is currently looking for preschool teachers (especially one associate teacher), substitute teachers, Auxillary Coordinator and an Assistant to Head of Schools. In addition, they are beginning the search for an Elementary Principal. Anyone interested can email employment@parkstreetschool.org for job descriptions and application instructions.

Meals Ministry

Are you willing to make a meal for individuals or families in the CTK community when there is a need (due to a new baby, a foster placement or adoption, recovering from an illness or surgery, or a loss)? Involvement is flexible – you receive periodic announcements and sign up if you’re able. If you’d like to be a part of the Meals Ministry or would like more information about it, please contact Adrienne at meals@ctkcambridge.org.

Veritas Job Opening

The Veritas Forum has been involved in university engagement and Christian faculty development in Asia over the past 5 years. As our work grows in depth and breadth, they are now looking to hire a full-time Asia Program Manager, ideally based in Boston. The role will be 50% program management and operations and 50% fundraising. A successful candidate will combine a passion for impacting the university, its ideas, and its people with expertise in detail-oriented Asia-related program management, partnership development, and operations. Preference is given to candidates fluent in spoken and written Mandarin Chinese. See the full job description here and contact Morgan Smith to know more.

Adult Ed: Song of Songs

The final Adult Ed class in the series on the Song of Songs will be this Sunday. Counterbalancing the many cautions and commands in the Bible regarding illicit sex, this much debated book offers an energetic and positive view of sexual love as a good gift from God. We won’t understand the love of God for his people without it. This week’s passage will be Song of Songs 6:4 and following. We invite you to bring your Bible.

Student Interviews

Students from MIT are looking to learn more about senior homecare to see if the things they have learned in college could be used to help people in that field. They are interested in interviewing any of the members of the congregation who have experience with homecare that might be willing to talk to them for a few minutes. If you’ve had any experience in this area, please email Shriyash Upadhyay.

Park Street Job Opening

Park Street School is currently looking to fill the following positions: preschool teachers (especially one associate teacher), substitute teachers, and an Assistant to Head of Schools. In addition, they are beginning the search for an Elementary Principal. Anyone who is interested can email employment@parkstreetschool.org for job descriptions and application instructions.

How to Study the Gospels

How to Study the Gospels is a lecture and workshop for anyone wishing to understand the four Gospels and their role in explaining God's plan for our redemption. All are invited! Leaders and Bible teachers at CTK are highly encouraged to come to benefit their own teaching ministries!  10:30-12:30 pm on Saturday February 9th in the Fellowship Hall followed by lunch. Please RSVP to Laura Martin

Deacons' Fund Offering

The Deacons' Fund Offering will be collected this Sunday. In light of the partial government shutdown currently affecting our nation, God's call to bear one another's burdens (Galatians 6:2) should especially be heeded. The Deacons' Fund relies on the generosity of the members and attenders of Christ The King to be able to assist people with financial shortfalls. Some in our community are affected by the shutdown and in need of ongoing support for as long as the federal government remains closed. Please remember your brothers and sisters and give generously to the Deacons' Fund this week. And if you find yourself in need, contact the deacons at deacons@ctkcambridge.org.

January 20th

Due to forecasted weather, Adult Ed and Sunday school will be cancelled for Sunday, January 20th. The 10am service will be taking place for those who can safely make it to the church building. Please use your judgment and exercise caution.

If you are scheduled to volunteer but don’t think you’ll be able to make it to the service, please let your team leader know:

Music Volunteers: Amanda Holley
Nursery: Lara Kastelein
Sunday School/Children’s Worship: Dana Russell
Worship Service and Welcome & Hospitality: Laura Bullock

Looking for a Nanny

The Schuman family from CTK Somerville is looking for a full-time nanny 4-5 days per week for their 7-month-old son when the mother returns to work full time on Feb 1st. They live in East Somerville--a 10 minute walk from the Sullivan square station. If you're excited about infant development with a sweet, serious, focused, and laidback baby, this could be the job for you! This job is a little different from a typical full-time nanny position because their son is experiencing some delays in his gross motor development due to an injury he experienced at birth. The right nanny for him would have an active and compassionate personality and be curious about and excited for the opportunity to learn hands on physical therapy activities that are integrated into his daily routine. For more information and details, email Caitlin Schuman.