June 15, 2021
Caleb Stoever, a son of Christ the King, was ordained into the office of the Holy Ministry on Sunday, June 13, 4:00pm. He has been called to serve the dual parish of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (Erie, KS) and Immanuel Lutheran Church (Hepler, KS), where he will be installed in July 2021.
Bulletin: Stoever Ordination Bulletin - 6/13/21
The processional and recessional hymns are not included in the recording. The recording begins with the opening vesicles and ends with the benediction.
January 21, 2021
Congregation at Prayer: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Y0113dGhKnRdTaHceGE05wTV34KpYep1/view?usp=sharing
- First 3 hymns as performed on small church music.com
- Last hymn as performed by Prof. Paul G. Naumann, used with permission.
December 26, 2020
Bulletin: Christmas Day Bulletin, 2020
Combined Christmas Day Service with Christ the King Lutheran (Spencer) and First English Lutheran (Spencer), with Rev. Paul Kahldahl (Readings, Prayers) and Rev. Michael McGinley (Sermon).
All music performed during the service was by CTK's Lois Morris (organ, piano) and Wendy & Devon Rees (Violin).
As the recording is entirely from the the Christmas Day service, it does not follow the Bulletin exactly.
December 15, 2020
The CTK Christmas Radio Ad - voiced by Rev. Michael McGinley & edited and produced by CTK member Jason Jacobs - was recorded on Tuesday, 12/15/20. Starting five days before Christmas Eve (Sunday, 12/19), this ad will run 4 times per day on Y100.1 (KUYY, Spencer) and Q102 (KUQQ 102.1, Spencer). The ad points people to our Christmas Eve, Christmas, and Sunday services as well as to our Facebook page and website.
We put this ad up on a podcast so all CTK members may have opportunity to hear it.
December 15, 2020
The Reason for the Season Radio Spot - voiced by Rev. Michael McGinley & edited and produced by CTK member Jason Jacobs - was recorded on Tuesday, 12/15/20. Starting Thursday (12/17) until Christmas, this radio spot will run 1-2 times per day on Y100.1 (KUYY, Spencer) and Q102 (KUQQ 102.1, Spencer). We put this spot up on a podcast so all CTK members may have opportunity to hear it.