Welcome to Christ the King Lutheran Church. This welcome video was created to give you a quick overview of what a visit to our church would be like. Please reach out to us with any needs or questions you may have.
Sat. 5:00 PM & Sun. 8:30 AM
Our traditional services employ more traditional instrumentation, the organ, choirs, bells, etc., and generally follow an established liturgy. This service provides a tremendous sense of connection with the past, but also a connection to the present-day church.
View a Traditional Worship Service Video
Sun. 11:00 AM
Our contemporary services generally involves worship leadership with guitar, drums, keyboards, and vocals. Blending the newest in contemporary Christian music and the best of the worship life of the Church throughout all ages (liturgy), we maintain a devotional, Word and Sacrament focused service, always directed towards God’s service in our lives.
View a Contemporary Worship Service video
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
You bet! In fact, we don’t care if you have never been to church. Every weekend, many people visit Christ The King for the first time. Our worship services are easy to follow and don’t require that you have any past church experience.
Not at all. It is not necessary for you to be a Lutheran to come to CTK. We are open to all people seeking to grow in a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Being Lutheran isn’t nearly as important as simply having a heart to seek Christ. If you want to learn more about Lutheran doctrine, that’s an option. But it’s certainly not a requirement for attending.
We encourage membership for those who desire to formally align with the mission, values, vision, and beliefs of our congregation. While participation in most activities and many volunteer roles is available to anyone, there are some positions that are reserved for those who have aligned themselves with the church through membership. Membership is a simple, four-step process.
Wear what you feel is comfortable and appropriate. We do not have a dress code and we certainly wouldn’t want you to worry about this! Some people wear jeans and t-shirt, while others come in “business casual” attire. Some people prefer to dress up, while others prefer to dress down. We are more concerned about your heart and your needs than we are about your clothing.
Children's Church 8:30 and 11:00 Services
All children from 3 years old to 5th grade attend service with their parents. Then directly after Children’s message, they are dismissed to attend DIG-In @ Children's Church. DIG IN curriculum provides creative, multi-sensory teaching that immerses your kids in deep Bible learning, helping them to know Jesus personally and grow in a relationship with Him. Take your kids from knowing about God to knowing God!
Sunday Morning Live Bible Class - 10:00AM (between Sunday services)
Children of all ages can find their age appropriate classes, to learn about the word of God and how it effects us everyday. (In session September to June)
Middle & High School Bible Study
Sunday Mornings at 10:00 am and weekly youth group events, bible studies, and for Middle School ages, Confirmation classes.
Absolutely! Check out the Saturday evening service at 5:00 p.m. You can also listen to or watch the sermons here.
First things first: Jesus said in Matthew 26:26-30, “Take and eat, this is my body… Drink from this cup all of you, this is my blood;” not, “this represents my body” or “this symbolizes my blood.” Baptized adult Christians who believe in the Real Presence of Christ’s body and blood, and know they need God’s daily forgiveness, who are sorry for their sins and seek God’s forgiveness, are invited to share this great gift of God with us. Jesus called us to celebrate Holy Communion until he returns so that we may have forgiveness of sins, strengthening of faith, and the power to live God-pleasing lives. It is His meal and we come at His invitation.
If you have doubts or do not understand our beliefs about the Lord’s Supper, please connect with someone from the Board of Lay Ministry or email Pastor Muhly at email@example.com. White grape juice is located in the inner ring of the Communion tray for those who prefer it over wine.
Yes. Many people, including Christians, face challenges in their personal and family lives. These can include addictions, marital problems, financial crises, abuse, depression, and divorce, deaths of loved ones, physical trauma and emotional problems. We want to support you and encourage healing in your life however possible. It is admirable and courageous to recognize that you need support in sorting out life's difficulties. Please contact the church office to get in touch with our Care Ministry.
The opportunities are endless. Perhaps you want to get involved in Bible study or join a Small Group. Maybe you simply want to see where you can volunteer or what’s available for your children or teens. Upcoming events would also give you the chance to fellowship with other believers. Check out our"Get Connected" page for more info, or call the office at (208) 664-9231.
1700 Pennsylvania Ave
Coeur d'Alene, ID. 83814
Office: (208) 664-9231
School: (208) 765-6736
Saturday (Traditional) / 5:00pm
Sunday (Traditional) / 8:30am
Sunday Bible Study / 10:00am
Sunday (Contemporary) / 11:00am