God’s Warmest Blessings to you from Christ the King Lutheran School. CTK would like to thank all those adults who came to worship with us at the first Advent in the Afternoon service led by Pastor Boyer. We pray that God would lead so many more adults that they outnumber the students who attend the worship service. Thank you to Pastor Boyer for conducting chapel. We just hope that small, tiny baby Jesus made it home to your house. Chapel services will be held in the afternoon at the Sebewaing campus. Advent in the Afternoon will allow you to come at 2:25 PM and attend an Advent service with Christ the King Lutheran School. This will also be taking place on December 20th. There will still be an Advent service at 7 PM at Immanuel and St. Paul if you need a later time for worship. The Unionville Campus will still hold chapel at its regular time of 9:30 AM on Wednesday on those days. If you have any questions, please feel free to give the school a call.
Christ the King Lutheran School would like to invite you to our Christmas programs this year.
There are two different Christmas programs, one held at Unionville campus and one held at Sebewaing campus. The Unionville Campus Christmas Program will be led by the Preschool-First Grade students. There will again be two different programs. The first program will be taking place on Friday, December 15th at 10 AM. The second program will take place on Sunday, December 17th with the program taking place at 4 PM. The Sebewaing Campus Christmas Program will be led by the Second-Eighth Grade students. This will be taking place on Wednesday, December 20th, starting at 7 PM. We invite you to come and watch our students share the love of Jesus Christ.
CTK is also proud to announce the newest Ruth and Isaac award winners for the month of November. The Ruth award winner is Miss Mia Stecker from the 7th grade. She was nominated by Mr. Bunke. The Isaac award winner is Mr. Tripp Payne from 1st grade. He was nominated by Mrs. Kaiser. CTK is proud of their newest award winners. Both Mia and Tripp received a cross from Marxhausens Creative Woodworking to celebrate their awards.
Christ the King Student Council has extended its food drive one more week. We are asking for either dry goods or canned goods to be delivered to either school campus. These donations will be given directly to the St. Paul Care and Share Food Pantry in Unionville. If you are planning to bring in some donations, please know that this Friday is the deadline.
Mr. McGathy gained entry into the Sebewaing campus (somehow) this week while the elves came out of hiding at the Unionville campus. If you have the chance and would like to experience the 8th Grade decorating, please come and see their efforts. Mr. McGathy allowed the 8th grade class to decorate the hallways again. The elves transformed the hallways at Unionville into a Christmas Wonderland as well so the little ones can experience a small change in their campus too!
Christ the King is praying for God’s glorious tidings to be with you this Advent season.
I pray that you make a difference in God’s ministry this week.
In HIS ministry,
David Kaiser, Principal
Christ the King Lutheran School, Sebewaing/Unionville