Confessional, Liturgical, Friendly
50th Anniversary Celebration

Celebrating 50 years of God's Rich Blessings

August 21st, 1966 - August 21st, 2016

Bible Study & Sunday School

  • 8:45AM Adult & Children's Sunday School
  • 6:30AM Wednesdays - Men's Confessions Study
    (Meets at Billings Clinic Cafeteria)
  • 10AM Wednesdays - Good News Study
  • Young Adults Reading and Study Group - 1st and 3rd Wednesdays 7-9pm at CTK

Service Times

  • 10AM Sundays
  • 7PM Wednesdays (only during Advent and Lent)

The Divine Service (Lutheran Service Book - DS1 & DS3) with Holy Communion is celebrated every Lord's Day.

Communion Information

We offer the common cup and practice closed communion; since we believe that Christ's body and blood are physically present in the Lord's Supper ("this is my body... this is my blood" - Matthew 26:26-28, Mark 14:22-24, Luke 22:19-20, 1 Cor. 11:24-25) and since St. Paul tells us to examine ourselves (1 Cor. 11:28) and to recognize the body and blood of the Lord (1 Cor. 11:29), we instruct adults and children prior to their confirmation and reception of the Lord's Supper at Christ the King.

Visitors are always welcome and quite frequent at Christ the King. If you are visiting and would like to commune we ask that you speak to the pastor prior to the service regarding Holy Communion. Since we cannot and do not judge the beliefs in the heart of an individual we look at the outward confession of the individual as expressed by the official fellowship to which they have attached themselves. We are very concerned about proper pastoral care and about our visitor's spiritual well-being; therefore we do not offer Holy Communion to those who cannot examine themselves, who are not repentant of their sins; or who do not share our confession and beliefs concerning the Scriptures and the Lord's Supper as expounded in the Book of Concord of 1580. (For further study please see Matthew 5:23f, 10:32f, 18:15-35, 26:26-29; 1 Corinthians 11:17-34; and the pastor is always willing to schedule a time to meet with you for further discussion).

If you are visiting and have not been able to speak to the pastor or are not prepared to commune but you or your children would like to receive a baptismal blessing, please come to the communion rail and fold your arms over your chest; the pastor will deliver the blessing.