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950 Vindicator Dr
Colorado Springs, CO 80919
Colorado Springs, CO 80919
Sunday 9:30AM (Worship service with Holy Communion)
Pastor Mark Meyer
About Christ the King Lutheran Church
We welcome you to visit us and be part of a church that provides many opportunities for worship, study, outreach and fellowship. Our church began in 1993, gathering in various locations until our current church home was built in 2002 on the northwest side of Colorado Springs near the foothills. Everyone of all ages, from pre-school to adults, are offered worship and education opportunities each Sunday. Our normal services are held each Sunday at 9:30 am with Sunday School following. You can reach Pastor Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our office hours are Tuesday and Wednesday from 9:30 am -1:00 pm. Call us at 719-260-1787 or email us at email@example.com.. Please join us and consider making Christ The King Lutheran Church your church home.
Denomination / Affiliation: Evangelical Lutheran in America
Dress Style: casual
MINISTRIES AND GROUPS
Central to our beliefs is that God is present in Word and Sacrament. Lutherans believe that there are two Sacraments: Holy Communion and Baptism. Baptism is NOT water only, but water used together with God’s word and by His command: Go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. (Matthew 28:19). In Baptism, God announces a Divine “YES! You are my beloved child.” Baptism is one of two sacraments in the Lutheran church, instituted by God’s command. Baptism is a gift that God wants to freely give; it is a gift of God that creates new life. Luther’s Large Catechism says that “baptism is not a work that we do, but it is a treasure that God gives us and that faith grasps.” Baptism is one of the great joys of a worshiping community, celebrating baptisms from infants to adults. We commemorate this gift in daily remembrance of our baptism, in that we recall that through daily repentance and forgiveness we are free to live abundantly in Christ. Our beliefs of Communion are this: All who believe that Jesus Christ is their Lord and Savior are welcome to come to the Lord’s Supper. Communion or the Eucharist is one of two sacraments in Lutheran theology. This sacrament, as described in Luther’s Large Catechism, is “the true body and blood of the Lord Christ, in and under the bread and wine, which we Christians are commanded by Christ’s words to eat and drink.” God’s forgiveness is offered to us in the bread and wine so we come to the table recognizing our shortcomings and leave the table fully forgiven.
Christ the King Lutheran Church is a Lutheran Church located in Zip Code 80919.