Christ the King Lutheran Church has many active ministry groups. Through these groups we reach out to the community and to one another in order to allow God's work to be done though our hands and hearts. These ministry groups consist of;
The Shawl Ministry has sent out hundreds of prayerfully made items since its inception in 2006. Our shawls and lap blankets have been blessed and sent to nursing homes, schools and hospitals. We regularly send knitted caps to the cancer centers in the Columbia area. Fundraisers are held to raise money for the local charities.
This team identifies, oversees and coordinates outreach ministries in our community. Christ the King has an active presence in our community through congregation sponsored projects and individuals voluntarism.
This group meets the first Thursday of each month for lunch in the fellowship hall. A wide variety of programs and activities are offered at each luncheon. Participation is not limited to members of the congregation.
This team coordinates the Christian formation ministry of the congregation and works to insure biblical and theological soundness. Christ the King offers three different bible studies for adults on Sunday mornings and during the week. Wednesday nights in September and throughout Lent are devoted to special study topics.
Women of the E.L.C.A.
The Women of the ELCA at Christ the King supports the state wide organization with quarterly offerings, thank offerings and other gifts. These offerings aide women and children Through out the world. The Women of the ELCA have purchased a cow and chickens through the Heifer Foundation to teach and help the impoverished to raise and grow their own food. WELCA here at Christ the King sponsors a holiday dinner for the congregation, desert auctions and other various fund raisers to help in the community where needed. WELCA meets the second Thursday of each month at 11:00 am, please join us, all women are welcome.
Operation Inasmuch is an opportunity for members of Christ the King to go beyond the church walls and serve our community. There is a variety of projects for everyone's skill and energy levels, from sewing and knitting projects, sing-a-longs, litter pick up, and collections drives for St. Lawrence Place, Hannah House, VA Hospital, Free Medical Clinic, and homeless shelters.
Christ the King gathers food every second Sunday of the month for Harvest Hope. For more information contact Joe or Barbara Park at (803) 776-0487.
Christ the King is home to Cub Scout Pack 400 and Boy Scout Troop 400. During the school year, Midlands Girl Scout leaders meet the second Tuesday of each month.
Our church neighbors have organized a weekly children's program on Tuesdays. Please contact Genevieve Alert at Episcopal Church of the Cross for more information.
Disciples of Christ the King also volunteer their time and energy at the Dorn VA Medical Center, the Richland County Guardian ad Litem program, at nursing homes and local hospitals, neighborhood associations, and for Lutheran Family Services.
|Christian Education||9:15 AM|
|Holy Communion||10:45 AM|
|FOOD SUNDAY||10:15 AM|
|Council Meeting||5:45 PM|
|Shawl Ministry||6:30 PM|
|Melting Pot||12:00 PM|
|Mid-week Bible Study||10:00 AM|
|Mid-week Bible Study||10:00 AM|