Join us TONIGHT for our annual 4th of July Cookout! If you can, bring a side, but if not, just bring your lovely selves. Here’s a link to road closures in Cambridge for those coming by car. There are some folks going to the fireworks by the river afterwards, so plan for a full evening of Fourth Fun!
Join the congregation at CTK Newton for their particularization service this Sunday at 4pm. The service will be held at St. Mary's Episcopal Church, 258 Concord Street, Newton, MA. Come celebrate with our brothers and sisters in Newton. For more information, visit their website.
The members of Christ the King Presbyterian Church, Grace Presbyterian Church and Boston North Presbyterian Church are called to a Congregational Meeting on Sunday, May 19, 2019 at 11:45 AM at Christ the King Presbyterian Church, 99 Prospect Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts for the purpose of releasing Rev. Bradley Barnes from his pastoral call with the church.
The deacons will lead spring cleaning/projects at the church this Saturday, June 15th, from 9am to 12pm. The deacons will have a list of areas and tasks. We invite you to join for however long you are able. We'll gather at 9am to divide and conquer. If you have any question, contact Erin Frey.
The RUF staff at Harvard, BU, and MIT will be running a Summer RUF for all college students who are in the Boston area for the summer from June 2 through August 9. They will meet on Tuesdays for a time of worship from 7-8pm, followed by a time to hang out. This event is for college students only (grad students should see what bible studies are at their grad schools). For more information, contact Serena Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org).
In preparation for CTK's Holy Week services, check out ctkcambridge.org/songs to find recordings of all of the congregational hymns we will be singing throughout the weekend. Join us in singing the story of Christ's death and resurrection!
A reminder that there will be no Adult Education or Children’s Sunday School on Easter. Classes will resume on April 28th.
At the request of many who missed the workshop the first time, we’ll be repeating the How to Study the Gospels lecture/workshop taught by Catherine Cook and Nathan Barczi. It’s a class 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! 7:00-9:00 pm on Tuesday April 30th in the Fellowship Hall. Snacks will be provided. Please RSVP to Laura Martin.
On Saturday, May 4 there is a Women As Forces For Gospel Advance Conference in Melrose, Massachusetts. The conference is designed to help local churches inform, engage, and equip women to be holy and feminine forces for gospel advance. The conference is sponsored by Kalos Conversations, Acts 29 Network, and Seven Miles Road Church. This conference is designed for both men and women to attend. Contact Laura Martin (email@example.com) if you are interested in registering with a CTK group. You can also register individually.
All women are invited to join for an upcoming Women Together event on Tuesday, May 14th. Listen to a panel of women in the church reflect on the topic of "making life decisions," and join us for a time of discussion and prayer, over dessert. The event will be held at 7:30pm at Annelise Blomberg's home in Somerville. College students welcome. For directions and to RSVP, please reach out to Emily Stuntz.
There is still space available at the Carol Kaminski C.A.S.K.E.T. seminar this weekend! Admission is $15 and childcare will be provided (please note, we removed the childcare option from the registration page once the official deadline passed, but if you would like to register and bring kids, please email the office. We will still accept registrations via email so long as we have space to accommodate). There will be refreshments provided at a break during the seminar. Register today at bit.ly/CTK-CASKET.
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 (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Discovering CTK is a class for those interested in learning more about our church and denomination (PCA) and what it means to become a member. The next class will be offered this Saturday, February 23, from 9:00 am-3:00 pm. Please email email@example.com to RSVP.
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.
There is still some space available for the Winter Getaway, but please sign up today, especially if you are interested in a private room. Our speaker this year will be CTK alum Nick Smith, with a special concert on Saturday night by singer/songwriter Caroline Cobb Smith. Visit ctkcambridge.org/getaway for more information and to register!
Also, if you are able to offer a ride, either to or from the Getaway, please fill out this survey so that rides can be coordinated. We’re also in need of rides for those who are doing the Saturday-only option, so if you are signed up for that and can offer a ride, please fill out the survey as well. Thanks!
Please note, there will be no Adult Education or children’s Sunday school on December 30th. Classes will resume on January 6th.
Join us on Christmas Eve at 6pm for our candlelight Lessons & Carols service. Cookies and hot cocoa to follow.
The members of Christ the King, Grace and Boston North Presbyterian Church are called to a Congregational Meeting on Sunday, January 6, 2019 at 12:00 noon at Christ the King Presbyterian Church, 99 Prospect Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Business to be conducted at the meeting includes a congregational vote that would enable the members of our Brazilian Congregation in Cambridge to become their own separate particular church and a congregational vote to give approval for Rev. Leandro Pinheiro to serve as pastoral supply for the new church while remaining a pastor of Christ the King Presbyterian Church.
A few notes for parents regarding the congregational meeting:
• Parents are responsible for supervising their children during the meeting.
• Children should not be in the basement after the service or during the meeting.
• The social hall will be available to families to use as needed during the meeting; there will be a speaker to hear what is being said in the sanctuary. The deacons will let those in the social hall know when to come into the sanctuary to vote.
Join us for the current class: What is Covenant Theology? Covenants hold the Bible together and help us interpret it more clearly, and the implications of a covenantal approach reach deep into our theology and life as a church. Taught by Jeremy Mullen, Nathan Barczi, and Kelly Sawyer.