Join us at Christ the King, as we celebrate our connection to Christ, to one another, and to the community proclaiming the good news of the risen Savior.
Welcome visitors! For those who are interested in learning more about CTK, contact Jan Guetzke (262-844-1123) with questions.
Communion is offered in two different forms at either station. Please point to the pre-packaged communion or receive an individual wafer from the server, and dip it into the wine or grape juice. Gluten-free wafers are available upon request.
Mission Statement - Alive and Growing through God's Grace
Our Vision - A dynamic congregation and growing in service to Christ and the Community. All are Welcome!
For your convenience, masks will be made available in the entrance areas and hand sanitizing stations are also available around the building. We ask that if you are not feeling well, or feel that you may have been exposed to COVID, you view the service via livestreaming.
There are chairs with arms in the Upper Sanctuary for those who need assistance and support when transitioning to a stand. Visitors using wheelchairs/walkers may wish to sit upstairs. Communion will be brought to those who remain in the upper sanctuary. In the lower sanctuary, there are open spaces for wheelchairs on either side of the first pew near the baptismal font. Access to the lower sanctuary is via the ramp in the hallway.
Families are important to Christ the King!
Our prayground is located towards the back of the lower sanctuary on the same side as the baptismal font. Biblically grounded toys and activities will be available to help young people (and their families) participate in worship. Activity bags are also available to take to the pews. Information for our young people and families will be posted above the bookshelf next to Jenny’s door. See Jenny for more information!
Hearing assistance is available during worship as well as large print bulletins.