The Sunday School Pageant was held on December 23rd. It is always very enjoyable and full of surprises. This year, a little birdie told us that the dress rehearsal was chaotic and worrisome but, of course, that means a terrific performance!! Which it was. Praise be to God!
Our annual Living Nativity was held on December 9th. Everyone enjoyed the pageant, soup, chili, desserts and fellowship.
Our 12th annual Thanksgiving Dinner on November 22nd was another big one, over 100 guests! Not only were we all thankful, but also filled with plenty of food and blessings.
On November 20th, the Ladies Group hosted a Cricut, Coasters & Cards Craft Event. Much concentration AND much fun!
The parent/child playgroup held their Halloween Costume Party on October 27th. What a colorful group!
October was the month King of Kings introduced another Little Free Library to the community. Stop watching the condensed version on TV and read the original source!
A new teaching moment was held on September 27th when Shari Murray taught us Flower Arranging. We were a small group but did a magnificent job of making flowers come together in beautiful bouquets!
September 9th was National “God’s Work, Our Hands”, an opportunity to celebrate who we are as the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America – one church, freed in Christ to serve and love our neighbor. Service activities offer an opportunity for us to explore all of life in Jesus Christ – every act of service, in every daily calling, in every corner of life – flows freely from a living, daring confidence in God’s grace.
On August 5th, two more families joined King of Kings. Of course, we enjoyed fellowship and refreshments following!
The Sunday School children’s garden includes a variety of vegetables and fruits, AND bunnies!
On July 8th, King of Kings welcomed two new families to our congregation and said goodbye to another. Afterwards, we enjoyed a reception in their honor.
The Senior High Group and advisors headed for Houston, Texas, on June 27th for the ELCA Youth Gathering “This Changes Everything.”
The Sunday School children planted squash in our garden for harvesting later this year.
Sunday, June 10th, King of Kings honored and said good bye to its high school graduate/exchange students as they move on to further education and/or return home. We wish the best of luck to all.
Sunday, June 3rd, was our Sunday School closing and Annual Congregational Picnic. The youngsters sang a song, presented a slide show about the prodigal son, and wrote their own prayers. Afterwards, we all enjoyed good food, the playground, a bouncy house and the ice cream man! Great day.
On May 20th, we not only celebrated Pentecost, but the Confirmation of four of our youth.
On Easter Sunday, much happened at King of Kings. Most importantly, celebrating our most Holy day, the resurrection; meeting new and old friends, enjoying varied music during services; a congregational breakfast; and a kids’ party. The pics you’re going to see are the kids’ party. What could be cuter?