Visit Christ The King Lutheran this Christmas season to be renewed and restored!

Senior Pastor Mark Johnson (left) and Associate Pastor Kenneth Davis enter the sanctuary at Christ The King Lutheran.   Nathalie Taylor photos
Senior Pastor Mark Johnson (left) and Associate Pastor Kenneth Davis enter the sanctuary at Christ The King Lutheran. Nathalie Taylor photos

“Christmas is a time of renewal and regeneration for all of us. We reconnect to our Heavenly Father as well as to one another.  There is no better way to invest in Christmas than to be in God’s house in worship and fellowship.” – Pastor Mark Johnson

Captivating, spiritually uplifting, and a place for renewal and restoration. Those are just a few words that describe Christ The King Lutheran Church of Fallbrook. Amid the ever-increasing turmoil and uncertainty of the world today, this church provides solid Biblical teaching as well as inspiration to live a victorious Christian life.

For over thirty years, the church at 1620 S. Stage Coach Lane has served the community with dynamic worship services, Bible studies, youth-oriented activities and even a pre-school. Headed by Senior Pastor Mark Johnson and Associate Pastor Kenneth Davis, the church is hosting a number of Christmas-related events this December.

Music is an integral part of worship, and during this season of rejoicing, music will abound at Christ The King. Each of the church’s three Sunday services offers a different musical repertoire.

  • The 8 a.m. service is a traditional service with hymns and a formal choir.
  • The 10:30 a.m. service is a family-friendly contemporary service with an upbeat worship band.
  • The Brook service at 6 p.m. is geared toward young adults, however, congregants of all ages find it a welcoming spiritual climate. At times the music is lively, but often it is more subdued.

All three services are genuine spiritual experiences where the soul is fed with music as well as by an inspirational sermon from one of the pastors. (Nursery care is available at 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.)

The sanctuary at Christ The King Lutheran is always decorated beautifully at Christmas.
The sanctuary at Christ The King Lutheran is always decorated beautifully at Christmas.

 

Christmas Services

During the Christmas season Christ The King’s sanctuary is aglow with a Christmas tree, poinsettia plants and candles.

 

*Dec. 13, Third Sunday in Advent: Joy

“The angels sang a message of Joy!”  Message will be given by Pastor Kenneth Davis. (All three services.)

 

*Dec. 20, Fourth Sunday in Advent: Love

“The angels announced the good news of a Savior. God sent his only Son to earth to save us, because he loves us!” Choir Christmas Concert “A Festival of Carols & Lessons” (8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.)

The Brook at 6 p.m. will offer a message by Josh Conley, but no choir concert.

 

*Dec. 24, Christmas Eve (Thursday)

“The Cradle, The Cross, The Crown,” services at 4 p.m., 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. (Christmas Eve is a joyful, reverent time where the congregation celebrates with Christmas songs, hymns, and an inspirational pastoral message.)

 

Pastor Mark Johnson invites the people of Fallbrook, “Let’s all come together to celebrate the mystery of Christmas and hear the message of hope in a new way!”

For further information please visit www.ctklc-fallbrook.org. Christ The King Lutheran Church is located at 1620 S. Stage Coach Lane in Fallbrook, and the office number is (760) 728-3256.

 

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