English Service

Songs on Website

Samples of the songs for Sunday’s worship service are posted on the website by the Wednesday before the service, along with the bulletin and the Scripture passage for the week. This is a great way to prepare for the service, especially for children who will be joining us during the service for the summer rather than being dismissed for Children’s Worship. We encourage attenders of all ages to avail themselves of this resource.

Kids' Bulletins

Parents:  As we strive to be more intentional helping kids transition from Children’s Worship classes to being in the entire service, on May 12 the sermon worksheet will receive a makeover tailored to 3rd - 5th Graders. The new worksheet will be available up front at the passing of the peace.  Note, extra copies or borrow bags will not be in the foyer at the start of the service (though once Children’s Worship ends mid-June alternate materials will be available for those kids to use during the preaching in the summer months).

Boston Fellows Applications

The Boston Fellows is a nine-month fellowship for young professionals at CTK and other Boston churches to cultivate the worldview, in prayer and in the community of the local church, necessary for meaningful vocation, in a cohort of peers, spiritual leaders, and professional mentors.  Applications are being accepted now through July 1 for the 2019-20 cohort, which will begin in September.  See www.BostonFellows.com to apply or for more information, or contact Nathan Barczi.

Adult Ed: Prayer

The current Adult Ed class is When You Pray.  "Words fail to explain how necessary prayer is,” wrote John Calvin, and the Heidelberg Catechism calls prayer “the chief part of thankfulness.”  And yet, nearly all Christians struggle to pray.  Join us for six weeks in April and May during Adult Education to explore the nature, the necessity, and the riches of prayer.  Each week we will set aside some time to pray together, using the Lord’s prayer as our model.

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.