ALL are welcome here!

Embracing all people and responding to God's call, we seek to grow as disciples and share the love of Christ in the world.

We respect and affirm all people as children of God.

We have compassion for all.

We support one another in our faith journeys.

We are a diverse, caring, open, and affirming community composed of people of all backgrounds, sexual orientations, and gender identities united through Christ.  We ask questions, grow, pray, laugh, cry, make music, and break bread together.  Wherever you are on your journey, we invite you to join us in the mission we share:  giving thanks and praise to God, and bearing God's creative and redeeming word to all the world.

Christ the King Lutheran Church is a Reconciling in Christ congregation committed to a public welcome to our LGBTQ+ community in greater Nashua. 

Welcome Back to the Sanctuary - COVID Guidelines

We are back in the sanctuary for worship — with some protocols in place to continue to keep everyone healthy. We are following the local guidelines and "color" levels of Red (masks required)/Yellow (masks recommended)/Green (come as you feel called.


* We are paying attention to spacing/distancing in the pews.

* We open all doors, and utilize the ceiling and exhaust fans (there are no windows to open in our sanctuary), as well as air purifiers

The CtK Council and Pastor, in consultation with the Medical Advisory Team, are regularly reviewing local and national health department/organization guidelines and recommendations and remain at the ready to pivot/modify as we need to in order to live into our call to "love our neighbor as ourselves" and to care for the least among us. Thank you for your patience, support, and commitment to loving and caring for our neighbors. 

Come join us!

If you would like to know more about the Christ the King community, what is means to be Lutheran, if you have questions about Christianity/faith in general, or if you wish become a member of Christ the King Lutheran Church please click here to complete a quick connection form and let us know in the comments how we can walk with you. 

If you have questions regarding baptism or wedding ceremonies, please contact Pastor Kim Hester directly or via the church office.

You can reach Pastor Kim Hester via phone at (603) 882-6142, or by email at

You can contact CtK's Administration Lead, Yoko Kingsley by phone at (603) 882-6142, or via email at