Frequently Asked Questions


Does it matter how I dress?

Our goal in worship is to encounter God through Word and Sacrament; it doesn’t matter how you dress. Come as you are, prepared to worship!

Are my Children Welcome?

Of course, children are always welcome! For your convenience, we have a staffed nursery available, but you are more than welcome to bring your children with you into worship. We also have a wide variety of programs for our youth.

Can I receive communion?

Yes! Anyone and everyone is welcome at the communion table, including children.

  • For those not physically able to come forward, please alert an usher and the sacrament will be brought to you.
  • Grape juice is available for those who prefer it.

Is Christ the King Wheelchair Accessible?

Yes. Our sanctuary, restroom facilities and fellowship hall are 100% wheelchair accessible. Our upstairs youth space is not yet wheelchair accessible, but we are exploring options to make the space fully ADA compliant.

What About Offering?

Yes, we take an offering.  No, you don't have to give.  If you're visiting, we don't expect you to give at all! This is the time when those who call Christ the King "home" can give back to God and His work. 

Can I come to things other than worship?

Yes! Feel free to show up at any event you see on our website. Our Thursday morning bible study (10:30am) is one great way to meet people in a low pressure environment.

Where is Chirst the King theologically?

Christ the King is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. As Christians of the Lutheran flavor, we believe that each and every person — at all times and in all places — is a beloved child of God for whom His love and grace is freely given. You don’t need to dress up or be of a particular age, race, or sexual orientation — just bring your joy, your passion, bring your questions, and your struggles and join us in worship and service in God’s kingdom. Learn More