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
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.
The Season of Easter
He is risen; he is risen indeed. Alleluia!
This has been a greeting on Easter morning for centuries, as the Christian community proclaims the empty tomb. The four gospels tell the story of the first Easter in different ways, but all make clear that Jesus triumphed over death and ushered in a new, restored relationship with God. The desolation of Jesus’ crucifixion on Good Friday is overcome by the promise of life and salvation that Easter brings. Because Jesus lives, we too, shall live eternally with God. And because of this promise we can live in hope, confident that suffering, death and despair—while real—do not have the last word. God, the author of life, has power over death and brings light, possibility and hope to the dark spaces of our lives and our world.
He is risen; he is risen indeed. There is hope…eternally. Alleluia!
Then the Lord God said, “It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him a helper as his partner” (Gen 2:18). From the beginning of time humans were created to be in relationship with each other and with the God who loves us. As children, we first learn and receive love and kindness from our families. As we get older we start to develop friendships and build our own families that continue to mold and shape us and support us through life’s journey.
The church is a unique place for relationships. Churches gather people of different ages, cultures, and perspectives to break bread and share wine in worship. Small groups form where individuals are able to get to know one another more intimately and share the highs and lows of life. The good news of Christ’s life, death, and resurrection isn’t just for those who are already connected to a church community. We are called to share this message of God’s love through relationships. Our walk of faith is strengthened by relationships and support from others in the faith community.
Worship Sundays at 8:15 and 10 am
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