We celebrate and joyfully share Christ’s love as we grow in faith and serve ALL.

Come Worship with us!

Join us on Sundays at 9:30am

Join us for our Advent 2021 Series

Sundays @ 9:30am in person or via live-stream

30 Days of Giving - Two Ways

We are invited to participate in the 30 Days of Giving again this year to support the Nashua Soup Kitchen and Shelter. Check out the list below for items that should be in every bag, or drop off a check (made payable to CtK) or cash in the amount of $45.15 and someone will go shopping and fill a bag for you! 

Bags are due back to CTK by 11/20!!


The camera is installed, the computer is ready, and we will begin live-streaming on Sunday November 14th!   We are excited about this next step in our life of mission and ministry together. We ask for your patience as this next chapter opens...if you have any questions please reach out to Pastor Kim @ pastor@ctknashua.org

Christ the King Lutheran Church - Worship/Gathering Guidelines 3.0

Living into our call to love God and love our neighbor as ourselves, the CtK Council has approved the following Worship/Gathering Guidelines effective August. 22, 2021.

  • Masks ARE REQUIRED inside the building, for all people vaccinated and unvaccinated
  • For worship we will sit every-other-pew with the full service included in the bulletin.
  • Communion will be celebrated weekly using prepackaged elements.
  • All are encourage to fellowship outside — as weather permits.
  • Groups gathering in the building are encouraged to open windows for greater air circulation and must schedule room usage with the office. 
  • Please stay home if you don't feel well, and call the Pastor/Office so we can pray and care for you.
  • We celebrate this next step as a community together, and will continually review these guidelines and update when the situation warrants.

A Pastoral Word - January 6, 2021

Dear Siblings in Christ,

January 6, 2021 was a sad and scary day in our nation’s history – as mobs of rioters swarmed and illegally entered our nation’s Capital Building during a time when our elected officials were doing the work we elected them to do. Much of this mob mentality was stirred by leaders in the highest positions in our government; while many of us sat in front of our tvs, connecting to websites, and checking in on print media not truly believing that this was really happening. We lament this vicious attack – the destruction, the fear, the injury and the loss of life. We lament the loss of trust in our institutions, in our community, and even among each other – the very goal of this act of terrorism.

There is a lot of concern, confusion, fear, and division in our country right now. This is not who we are called to be. As people of faith we are called to do justice, love mercy, and to walk humbly with God (Micah 6:8) in all areas of our lives. This means that we are called to be a part of bringing about justice, healing, and wholeness within our nation and beyond – for all people. And that begins not in silence but in prayer.

We pray for the families of the people who have died in this act of terrorism. We pray for the safety of all lawmakers and staff, for the public safety officers, for journalists, and for the people living in the immediate areas. We pray for swift and transparent action on the part of lawmakers and law enforcement. We pray for the peacemakers and justice workers on the ground, as they continue to work for a safe and open government for all. We pray for families and communities that are divided. We pray that we – individually and collectively – will own our own part in this, and commit to work toward the peace and justice that we are called to by God.

In the Rite of Affirmation of Baptism (which we will share together on January 17th) we are asked if we intend to continue in the covenant God made with us in holy baptism: to live among God’s faithful people, to hear the word of God and share in the Lord’s supper, to proclaim the good news of God in Christ through word and deed, to serve all people, following the example of Jesus, and to strive for justice and peace in all the earth? As we seek to process what has taken place and how we take the next steps, may we remember this call and respond loudly saying, “We do, and we ask God to help and guide us.”

May we turn and reflect the love and justice of God.

~ Pastor Kim

Christ the King Lutheran Church is a Reconciling in Christ congregation, committed to serving and supporting the LGBTQ+ community in the Greater Nashua Area!

Christ the King Lutheran Church is located in Nashua, New Hampshire

at 3 Lutheran Drive, right off NH Rt 130.