Welcome!

Christ the King is a suburban congregation in West Chester, Ohio, drawing from all over the northern Cincinnati area. You'll find a Lutheran community with God at its center, heartfelt worship, inspiring music, learning for all ages, servanthood following Jesus' teachings, and a deep sense of home. Our doors are open to all people. Where do you fit in? Come and explore this growing place for growing people.

EVENTS

Visit the News page for more information about worship, events, parish notes, and newsletters.

Future Worship

Christmas Eve Worship

Before service music: One half hour prior to service starting time.

Three service times: 5pm, 7pm, 11pm

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After Christmas Worship

Sat., Dec. 27, 5:00 P.M.

Sun., Dec. 28, ONE SERVICE at 10:15 P.M.

This and other information about future weekend worship is available by clicking here.

Future Events

Our Epiphany party

Wed., Jan. 7, 6:30 P.M.

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UBI CARITAS CONCERT SERIES

Jan. 25, 4:00 P.M.

Presenting a Concert featuring The Suzuki Music Columbus Tour Group

In a positive and nurturing spirit, the group prepares repertoire and enjoys the opportunity to share the educational idea of Shinichi Suzuki’s Talent Education.

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Check the Calendar page
for more events.

 

 

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Outreach information
  Christ the King Lutheran Church meets your accessibility needs.

Address:

7393 Dimmick Rd.
West Chester, Ohio
45069

Telephone: (513) 777-4370


Email: ctkoffice@cinci.rr.com


We are located just West of Rt. 42 (Cincinnati-Columbus Rd.) on Dimmick Rd.

Need further directions?

For additional information,
click on the title bars at the top
and/or bottom of this column.

Christmas Eve Worship

December 24

5:00 P.M.

Family Communion Service
4:30 P.M. pre-service music:
Jubilate Choir

7:00 P.M.

Festival Communion Service
6:30 P.M. pre-service music:
Adult Choir

11:00 P.M.

Candlelight Communion Service
10:30 P.M. pre-service music:
Vocal Ensemble

Manger scene

Being Lutheran at Christmas,
click for one story.

Alleluia.
I am bringing you
good news of great joy
for all the people:
to you is born this day
in the city of David a
Savior, who is the Messiah,
the Lord.
Alleluia.
− (Luke 2:10-11)

Liturgical Year B

Season: Christmas

Click for ELCA's listing of
    Lectionary Lessons.

 

Weekend Worship

Weekend Worship

Saturday
5:00 P.M.

Sunday
8:30 A.M.
and
11:00 A.M.

Advent candle

For Advent explanation,
click here.

Alleluia.
I am sending my
messenger before you,
who will prepare
your way before you.
Alleluia.
− (Matt. 11:10)

Liturgical Year B

Season: Advent

Click for ELCA's listing of
    Lectionary Lessons.

 

Dec. 27/28 Worship

Worship
Dec. 27/28 Only

Saturday
5:00 P.M.

Sunday

One Service Only

at

10:15 A.M.

The star of Bethelem

Sharing the good news
of Christmas

Alleluia.
The Word became flesh
and we have beheld
his glory.
Alleluia.
− (John 1:14)

Liturgical Year B

Season: Christmas

Click for ELCA's listing of
    Lectionary Lessons.

 

Worship starting: Jan. 3/4

Weekend Worship
Beginning Jan. 3/4

Saturday
5:00 P.M.

Sunday
8:30 A.M.
and
11:00 A.M.

The star of Bethelem

Sharing the good news
of Christmas

Alleluia.
All the ends
of the earth have
seen the victory
of our God.
Alleluia.
− (Ps. 98:3)

Liturgical Year B

Season: Christmas

Click for ELCA's listing of
    Lectionary Lessons.

 

Sunday Education Hour

Sunday School

The formal classes below
will NOT BE HELD on Dec. 28.
Classes resume on Jan. 4.

Preschool-6th grade

9:45–10:45 A.M.
meet in classrooms.

Spark: Activate Faith
for all children from preschool
through 6th grade. Children
will be separated into classes.

Youth Forum
(For all 7–8 graders)

9:45–10:45 A.M.
meet in the Youth room.

Youth will discuss issues
and situations in light
of their catechism studies.

Open Forum
(For high school youth
and adults)

10:00–10:40 A.M.
meet in the
ARK education room.

Featuring guest speakers and
a wide variety of studies
to engage your mind,
expand your faith, and
grow closer to God.

Spark Sunday School Lessons
 
ELCA Emblem

Christ the King is a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.

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TWEENS and TEENS

Education Hour

Jewelry Project

These projects were available
by a Silent Auction.

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Some of Our Many

Ministries Music

Luther commended music
as an "excellent gift of God"

  • Adult Choir:  All adult voices are welcome. If you can’t join for the full year, consider joining us at anytime during the year as we prepare for special occasions (like Christmas, Easter, and other festivals). We sing, pray, and laugh together and welcome you to join us! (Thursdays: 7-8:30pm)
  • Joyful Noise Choir:
    Contemporary Ensemble: Adults and Youth (grades 7-12). Looking for a short-term opportunity to sing? This group sings more contemporary music, often with other instruments, including brass, guitar, woodwinds, and drums.
  • Jubilate Choir:  Kindergarten through 6th grade: Jubilate Choir is the Worship Skills portion of LOGOS – focuses on providing opportunities for children to be Worship Leaders – singing in the choir, learning about liturgy and hymnody, creative interpretations of scripture, etc.
  • Praise in Time Instrumental Ensemble (PiT):  All ages and instruments. PiT plays occasionally in worship, rehearsing a few times prior to each appearance. Typical repertoire is praise and worship band literature.
  • Instrumentalists/Soloists:
    Accompanies hymnody and liturgy; may play/sing solo music to enrich worship service.

You are invited to share your ideas
and participate in the many
ministries at Christ the King.
 
For information about the
ministries at Christ the King,
review the “Ministries page.”