For Visitors

Welcome to all Visitors!

Who are we?
Christ the King Free Lutheran Church consists of people of all ages and different backgrounds coming together to worship the Lord and support each other. You are assured a warm welcome and many smiles and greetings even the first time you walk in the door.


What to wear:

This is easy. Wear whatever you feel comfortable in. We are an informal church and accept people as they are. There is no need to dress up to try and be someone that you’re not. Whether you come as a suited businessman or in jeans and a t-shirt, that is fine with us.


What to expect:
For many, going to any church for the first time can be scary. To help avoid any worries here’s a quick summary of what you can expect at Christ the King. First of all, you’ll find we are a friendly bunch, if you don’t understand something please simply ask. Questions are encouraged, and you’ll find many people more than willing to help you answer them.
We start our worship service at 10:30 am (9:30 during the summer months) with a few worship songs led by one of our praise teams, often accompanied by guitars, piano, and drums. We have some prayer time, announcements, and readings from the Bible. We then have a message by one of our pastors that is relevant and meaningful to our modern lives. We finish about 11:30 (10:30 during the summer months). Whether you are just looking into Christianity for the first time or have been a Christian for many years, we hope our service would be encouraging and inspiring to you. Our desire is that all who participate will draw closer to God.


What we believe:

We are a Christian church and believe that anyone can have a relationship with God. If you are interested in exploring the Christian faith then please join us on a Sunday or contact the office to ask for more information.


For those with disabilities:

Our goal is to be accessible to anyone and everyone. Our building is accessible for those with disabilities. We have handicapped parking spaces near the entrance. We also have devices for use by the hearing impaired.