We will lift up the saints who have gone before us and the saints all around us. Worship will include the Fauré Requiem, sung by the choir and soloists with chamber orchestra, and a commemoration of All Saints in the Memorial Garden.

Gather with the Women’s Book Group to discuss TEACHING A STONE TO TALK by Annie Dillard.

The 39th Annual Yard Sale will take place Saturday, September 29 from 10 AM to 4 PM and Sunday, September 30 from 12 Noon to 4 PM. We’ll have furniture, rugs, appliances, clothing, linens, household items, jewelry, toys, books and more! All sales support social ministry organizations.

Join us on Sunday, October 14 as we learn from and lift up the many organizations supported by the Christ Lutheran Church Yard Sale.

St. Francis loved the animals and so do we! Bring your pet for a blessing on Saturday, October 6 at 10:30 AM. We’ll have treats for pets and people, too!

Worship with us and bless Joy Leilani Garbutt as she heads off to France for research and study on a Fulbright Scholarship. Welcome our interim music ministers, Barbara verdile and Arian Parks.

Help us feed the hungry by donating these food pantry staples.

Join our youth as they share stories and slides from the Houston Gathering.

Celebrate a new year of Christian Education with us on Rally Day, September 16 at 9:25 AM. We’ve got classes for students ages 3 and up.

Teachers, staff and students of all ages are invited to bring their backpacks and book bags to worship for a special blessing as a new school year begins.

If you love to sing, join us at 9:15 AM on Sunday, August 12 to learn music for worship.

Pianist Jason Solounias will play music by Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos.

Help us fill backpacks with school supplies for the students in Partner Arms apartments.

Enjoy a meal and stories of God’s people.

Rising 1st through 8th graders are invited to have a music adventure this summer from July 23 – 27.

Watch the movie CRASH with the Racial Equity Team of Christ Lutheran Church on July 20 at 7 PM. Then come back for a discussion of the movie and how it can inform our lives on August 3 at 7 PM.

Get the God’s story off the page and into your life as you learn to tell it to others.

Somos uno en Cristo/We are all one in Christ! Come and sing, hear from storytellers, share dinner, make art, play games… and have lots of fun!

Help send our youth to Houston for a gathering of high school students from across the ELCA.

We invite you to join us at 6:45 PM for a midweek dinner and conversation on our failures and God’s power. This week we’ll be discussing Michael Eric Dyson’s article, “We Forgot What Dr. King Believed In”.

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