Welcome to Christ the King Lutheran Church! 

Sharing God's love within our congregation and throughout the world through worship, learning, service, and community engagement


Detail depicting Averroes, who addressed the omnipotence paradox in the 12th century, from the 14th-century Triunfo de Santo Tomás by Andrea da Firenze (di Bonaiuto).

Detail depicting Averroes, who addressed the omnipotence paradox in the 12th century, from the 14th-century Triunfo de Santo Tomás by Andrea da Firenze (di Bonaiuto).

Embracing questions

Let's face it, life is a mix of blessings and struggles. It ranges from simple and straightforward, to challenging, to downright difficult and complex. As Lutheran Christians, we understand these various seasons as part of the mystery of life.  At Christ the King we celebrate with God and each other those times of joy and fullness, yet we do not shrink away from the hard questions and complicated parts of our spiritual journeys. In the tradition of Lutheran Christianity, we embrace paradox: we are simultaneously both sinners and saints; we find abundant life when we give ourselves to others; we are subject to the demands of God and also freed by God’s grace, which promises love, forgiveness, and abundant life.  As a community of faith we seek to find God in all of life, and look for God’s comforting presence even amidst uncomfortable, difficult, or intractable questions.  

Unattributed stained galss photograph from Internet Monk.

Unattributed stained galss photograph from Internet Monk.

Easter: A Celebration of Life

In secular culture, Easter focuses on a day; in the Church, Easter launches an entire season!  After forty days of penance in the season of Lent, the Church sets aside fifty days to celebrate the new life given to all creation through Jesus’ rising.  We proclaim that the tomb was empty when Jesus’ followers went to find him on that first Easter morning.  He had risen into the future, and it was their task—and ours—to be agents of the Good News that God is stronger than death.  We can live in hope, because God loves us with an everlasting love, and our relationship with God is eternal.  In fact, every time we gather for Holy Communion, we celebrate Jesus’ presence: he comes to us in the bread and the wine and assures us that nothing can separate us from God’s love.  Come, experience new life in Christ throughout the season of Easter…and indeed, every season.

 rouault's "Christ and the Apostles," photogrsphed by Ben Sutherland

 rouault's "Christ and the Apostles," photogrsphed by Ben Sutherland

Becoming disciples

Church doesn’t just happen on Sunday mornings! There are a variety of groups that gather regularly for study, discussion, contemplation, and service throughout the week. Wednesdays at noon, all are welcome to attend Bible Study led by Pastor Katie. A Young Professionals Group gathers twice per month--once for a fellowship event, and once in a member's home for a faith-based discussion. Once a month volunteers serve a meal at a homeless shelter in Homestead, and monthly food is collected for and distributed to a food pantry in Liberty City. Other ongoing growth groups include a Sunday morning Adult Class led by Scott Simmons and Phil Whitley as well as Sunday School, Confirmation, and Youth Group for children and youth. This is just a taste of the wonderful ways to engage your faith at Christ the King. 


Worship Sundays at 8:15 and 10 am


 

Our Location

We are located in the village of Pinecrest in a beautiful park-like setting across from Pinecrest Gardens.

11295 SW 57th Avenue, Pinecrest, FL 33156

phone: (305) 665-5063

fax: (305) 667-0379

e-mail: office@ctkmiami.org


Come and experience the love of God.


Sermons

See video clips from all of CTK's Holy Week Services on YouTube


All are welcome.