Join us Sundays at 9:30 AM for Worship online during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Here you will find links to the weekly video update, as well as the daily schedule for various opportunities to gather, pray, talk, study, and serve. Check it regular and check it often. (For the weekly update we are seeking to have those posted around 9am each day.)
Below is a list of the regular connections throughout the week - as we continue to gather remotely during this pandemic. For all of the connection opportunities that require a ZOOM connection - please watch your weekly email for connection details or reach out to Pastor Kim Conway Hester here or on email at email@example.com. If you have any other questions or needs please connect with Pastor Kim @ firstname.lastname@example.org
MONDAY - no formal gatherings today
- 10am - Prayer Group - ALL ARE WELCOME (reach out for connection information)
OFFICE HOURS with Pastor Kim - please call to schedule a time
- 7pm - Bible Study - ALL ARE WELCOME (reach out for connection information)
- 7pm - Join with our Sisters and Brothers at Messiah Lutheran Church for Evening Prayer each week until we return to our buildings.
OFFICE HOURS with Pastor Kim - please call to schedule a time
FRIDAY - no formal gathering today
SATURDAY - no formal gathering today
SUNDAY - join us for worship @ 9:30a
- Facebook www.facebook.com/ctknashua
* As new and special things emerge we will post individual posts for those.*
Giving is still essential for the work and ministry that we are doing together in our new reality. You can continue to give your gifts to our work and ministry online by going to ctknashua.org/give (or click on the GIVE tab above)...it is a safe, reliable, and FAITHFUL way to give in this time. If you would still like to send in a check please send them to 3 Lutheran Drive Nashua, NH 03063. Thank you for your continued support and generosity.
Morning and Evening Prayer - Live Stream
* Join Abiding Presence Lutheran Church in Burke, VA - Monday-Friday: Morning Prayer @ 8AM EST/Evening Prayer @8pm EST
Holden Evening Prayer - Wednesday @ 7:30p
God's Big Book of Faith
* Go to our website to enter into a Bible Study created by our own, Rich Nelson.
Daily Devotion - Intergenerational
Children's Books Read Online
Faith at Home - resources for nurturing faith at home with children
Faith FInder Fun- YouTube videos with a different theme for each day Monday-Saturday
Have a resource you want to share? Email Pastor Kim and share!
We have had conversation over the past several weeks about the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. The WHO declared an official pandemic as the spread and impact continues to grow. There is much not known about this virus, and what is known is that the impact on people over the age of 60, and those with compromised immune systems can be deadly - while for the majority of others it is minimal. We also know that people can be asymptomatic - meaning they have NO symptoms and feel perfectly fine - but they carry the virus and have the potential to share it. With all that said, many communities - educational, governmental, social, and faith - are having to make hard decisions about their life, in light of our interconnectedness, and for the sake of those most impacted.
We at Christ the King are facing those decisions as well, and our intent to to keep our communication flowing and regular. Below you will find current changes to our life together and can return here regularly for updates. We will also make use of our online email service, as well as Facebook, and one-on-one phone calls as things warrant. As we make changes to our life together we hold fast to our faith and our call to care for the least of those among us.
As of March 14, 2020 the following changes have been made:
+ The church building is CLOSED. Worship and other experiences will be taking place in new ways. Please watch for details daily on this page and click here to read the email that just was sent out announcing the closure.
If at anytime you need to reach Pastor Kim directly please call her office phone at 603-664-4632 to be connected with her cell phone.
We pray together this prayer offered up by the ELCA:
God, our peace and our strength, we pray for our nation and the world as we face new uncertainties around coronavirus. Protect the most vulnerable among us, especially all who are currently sick or in isolation. Grant wisdom, patience, and clarity to health care workers, especially as their work caring for others puts them at great risk. Guide us as we consider how best to prepare and respond in our families, congregations, workplaces, and communities. Give us courage to face these days not with fear but with compassion, concern, and acts of service, trusting that you abide with us always; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
|With the recent death of George Floyd, our nation is once
again staring face-to-face with our history of systemic racism. As followers of
Christ our call is to love our neighbor and seek justice for all the earth.
This is our call. This is our work.|
To stir this work we will be engaging in reading, listening, and reflecting on race, racism, and our part in dismantling the systems and structure that keep it all in place.
We will be reading and discussing some of our own denomination's writings on race - beginning with the 1993 social statement entitled, Freed in Christ: Race, Ethnicity and Culture (click here for an online version or email email@example.com to request a hard copy.) These conversations will take place in July. Click on the link below to respond to a survey regarding best days and times to hold these conversations via ZOOM.
Go to Doodle to let PK when a good time to meet is, and the day and time with the most votes will be selected and shared. CLICK HERE TO RESPOND TO THE DOODLE POLL.
Christ the King Lutheran Church is a Reconciling in Christ congregation, committed to serving and supporting the LGBTQ+ community in the Greater Nashua Area!
Hang tight while we look up scheduled events...
Christ the King Lutheran Church is located in Nashua, New Hampshire
at 3 Lutheran Drive, right off NH Rt 130.