•Study & Christian Education 2018-02-14T09:26:22+00:00

Ground your life in God’s Word and learning.

“For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I among them.”  Matthew 18:20

Adult Bible Study Groups

Along with attending and participating in these various study classes there is always opportunities for teachers and leaders. Contact the Church office or Pastor Clark if you are interested in serving.


Sunday mornings, during the 9:45 a.m. Discipleship Hour, there is an Adult study group that meets in the Adult Study classroom at the far end of the Education Building.

Current Class:

“BROKEN: 7 ‘Christian’ Rules That Every Christian Ought To Break as Often as Possible”
Author Jonathan Fisk calls them the seven ”counterfeit Christian rules that every Christian ought to break as often as possible,” because they are seven myths that have infiltrated the churches in our age, seven teachings taught as if they were doctrine, but which are nothing more than the traditions of men. Join us for this 10-week study through March 18 that will challenge us to assess our own involvement in the church and to re-evaluate what is central to our own faith commitment.

Led by: Pastor Rodney Eberhardt


Christians In Action (C.I.A.) invites you to join the group at 10:00 a.m. every Tuesday to learn about the Bible, each other, and have fun doing it! The group meets in the Music Room.


Every six months, the women of the Ruby/Ruth Circle start a new spiritual book study. The group meets on the 2nd Monday evening of each month at 7:00 p.m. for a time of reflection and discussion on the current book. The group usually meets in Cuthbertson Fellowship Hall.

Current Class:

“Women of the Bible”
Learn about and from the experiences of many of the fascinating women of the Bible.

Led by: Linda Forbes

WEDNESDAY NIGHT F+U+E+L (fellowship, united, education, leisure) STUDY CLASS

Following a light dinner and time of fellowship in the Fellowship Hall, Pastor Clark leads an hour-long adult study class in the Adult Classroom in the Education Building. During Lent Dinner starts at 5:45 p.m. Worship Service at 6:30 p.m. Class at 7:05 p.m. – 7:45 p.m.

Current Class:

This year during Lent at Christ the King, we will focus on the Gospel of John. Three of the Sunday gospel texts are from John as well as the passion narrative read at the Good Friday services. All of the Wednesday mid-week services will be based on a text from John. Our Bible study following the Lenten service (7:05-7:45) will use both the scripture text AND the movie, “The Gospel of John”. The powerful, epic widely acclaimed motion picture is a meticulous recreation of the turbulent era of Jesus and the events that changed the course of history!  Narrated by Golden Globe nominee Christopher Plummer, it’s the bold and powerful story of Jesus as told by John. We will view and discuss how this best-loved but often misunderstood story of redemption presents a uniquely human portrait of courage and passion.

Led by: Pastor James Clark

Youth & Children’s Bible Study Groups

There are always serving opportunities for adult teachers, helpers and mentors in all our youth and children groups. Contact Debbie Scarazzo if you are interested in serving.


The young adults meet in an informal class/discussion group to explore topics of faith and Christianity relevant to our times and their age group. The class content is theologically rich, ecumenically appropriate, and engaging.


Students (6th – 8th Grade) meet during the 9:45 a.m. Discipleship Hour through the months of the school year to study the Ten Commandments, the Creeds, the Sacraments and Luther’s Catechism in preparation for the confirmation of their faith in the Lutheran church.


For children age 2-4 and K5 through 5th grade, Sunday School begins at 9:45 a.m. with a large gathering complete with songs, offering and prayer. Children then go to their specific classes for age-appropriate Bible study.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT F+U+E+L (fellowship, united, education, leisure) CHILDREN

Current Class during Lent:  7:00 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. (after the worship service in the Education Bldg. classrooms)

“Growing in our Faith”
Students will focus on Growing in their Faith during Lent. The youth will also be working on skits and service projects during class. Please join us as we strengthen and grow in our faith during Lent!

Feb. 21 – God Leads Abraham ~ Genesis 12-22
Feb. 28 – Moses Leads God’s People ~ Exodus 14:21-22
Mar. 7 – Parables of Seeds and Sowers ~ Matthew 13:31-32
Mar. 14 – The First Shall be Last ~ Matthew 20:16
Mar. 21 – Jesus Rides upon a Humble Donkey ~ John 12:12-19
Jesus Prays in the Garden ~ Matthew 26:36


Every year at the beginning of summer Christ the King holds a week-long celebration of learning and fun at our Vacation Bible School. Each year incorporates a new theme so all who participate have fresh lessons, songs and activities. Our VBS is held in the evening hours so the whole family can participate. We start with a “kid-friendly” dinner, then have a common session of learning and singing uplifting songs before going separate classes. There is also a class for parents and other adults. Vacation Bible School week concludes with a song celebration presentation during the following Sunday worship service.

Church Library

Christ the King Lutheran Church Library, located across the hall from the Church Office, exists to support the Christian Education mission of the Church and to provide resources for personal spiritual growth. Over 1250 books are held in the collection and may be borrowed for two-week periods any time. The library is open during Sunday morning worship and fellowship hours.

Volunteers are needed to perform various duties such as processing new additions, re-shelving borrowed books and keeping books in order.