Following the example of Jesus, we celebrate the sacred worth and dignity of all persons. Whatever your race, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital or relationship status, physical or mental ability, economic circumstance, political persuasion, faith background, age, history, or station in life, we welcome you. We honor diversity with the conviction that each individual part strengthens the whole.
We commit to confront racism by dismantling oppressive systems, practices, and ideologies of White supremacy in ourselves, our church, and our community. We commit to repentance toward all marginalized people for the damage done in the name of Christianity.
We practice radical hospitality for all, and invite you to bring your authentic self, your gifts, pain, doubt and hope as together we learn, live and tell the story of God’s grace.
Our current welcoming statement was revised and approved in 2021 by the congregation.
ReconcilingWorks: Lutheran for Full Participation is committed to the work of bringing the LGBTQIA+, BIPOC, and white communities together.
Christ the King is a part of this ongoing process of communication, learning, and improvement.
We are a reconciling church
Our original application to the Reconciling in Christ program was approved in 2018.
We are an accessible church
Handicap parking is located on the lower parking level.
There are push-button automated doors into
the atrium, main office, preschool and two sets of bathrooms.
Both worship spaces have ramps to the altar.
Four of our seven restrooms are single-stall all-gender.