Christ the King

Lutheran Church 3330 Rt. 27 Kendall Park

 Sundays at 9:30 am

    Worship Service with Holy Communion

     G.I.F.T Hour at 10:45 am

 Rev. Canon Valerie L. Balling, Vice Pastor

VicePastor@xtheking.org

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Christ the King Lutheran Church welcomes people of all ages and backgrounds, with joys and sorrows, gifts and flaws, to come be loved by God.

Rejoicing in God's grace, sustained by God's word and inspired by God's spirit, we care for others, work for justice, pray for peace and share the gospel of Christ. As we journey through life and its struggles, our faith and trust in God comforts us.  


Please feel free to join us any Sunday or contact us anytime!


We are a congregation of the New Jersey Synod

of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.


Be God's love in the world. Take action, show solidarity. 
The ISCJ is located at 4145 US-1, Monmouth Junction, NJ 08852
Join us in welcoming Rev. Canon Valerie Balling as our Vice Pastor. Rev. Balling is from St. Barnabas Episcopal Church in Monmouth Junction. We are delighted that she accepted this calling from the Bishop and look forward to her spiritual guidance during this time of transition. 
Godspeed, Pastor Dale!
March 3rd marked Pastor Dale Selover's last service at Christ the King. After four wonderful years, Pastor Dale is following a calling to be the director of The House Next Door and expand her spiritual direction calling. We were blessed by her service, her sweet and kind soul, and her spiritual leadership. We will miss you very much but know you gave us all the tools we need to make this transition and honor all your hard work. We love you, Pastor Dale!

We have exciting times ahead at Christ the King. We have a Vice Pastor in place and already have visiting Pastors on the schedule. Join us for this exciting time!

For more information about The House Next Door, copy this link: https://popnj.org/house-next-door
Farewell and Godspeed, Pastor Dale!

Lent

Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent, a season when 

God calls us to reflect on the meaning of Christ’s death and resurrection. 

The imposition of ashes – when you receive ashes in the sign of the cross 

on your forehead – sets the tone for Lent. Each moment you encounter 

your reflection, your ashes are a striking reminder that

 “you are dust, and to dust you shall return” (Genesis 3:19b). 

But the cross, a symbol of Jesus’ crucifixion, offers hope.


On Wednesdays, join us at 11 a.m. 
for a prayerful time to reconnect with one another and with God.

Wednesday evenings at 7:00 p.m., join us for 
Soup, Supper, and Service
We will prayerfully join together as sisters and brothers in Christ, 
in a casual setting awash in God's love and grace. 
All are always welcome!

God's Work 
That I Can Do This Week

  Make Time for Daily Devotions.
  Resources are hereherehereherehere and here.

  Pray. Resources are here.

As for Me and My House 
We Will Serve the Lord
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