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News & Notes

Camping in the City
November 9 & 10, The Fields at Christ the King 
Dads, load up your kids and join us for an evening of bonfires, sleeping under the stars, and just plain fun! The adventures are great and small with games, campfire-songs and S'mores. It's a special opportunity to disconnect from daily distractions, create life-long memories with your kids, and get to know other dads at Christ the King. Cost is $30 per family. Sign up here.

Dr. David Taylor at Christ the King
November 11, 9:00 am, The Redeemer Room
Dr. David Taylor will be returning to Christ the King this week to speak during the 9:00 Adult Sunday Morning Class. Dr. Taylor is Assistant Professor of Theology and Culture at Fuller Theological Seminary, and director of Brehm Texas, an initiative to revitalize the church through the arts, and has been published in Christianity Today, The Washington Post, Books & Culture, Calvin Theological Journal, and more. Invite your friends and join us in Room A300 at 9:00 am this Sunday!

Women's Advent Celebration
November 29, 7:00 pm, The Great Hall
You’re invited to an evening of rest and celebration! Join us for dinner and dessert in the Great Hall at Christ the King, where we will hear stories of hope from Lisa Thielemann, Carolyn Betti, and Julianna Leachman as they reflect on how the Lord has faithfully carried them through various seasons of life. Click here to purchase your tickets.

Christmas Boxes of Blessing
December 8, 8:30 am - 2:00 pm, 1243 N. Post Oak, Houston, TX 77055
More than 750,000 people in Harris County live with without reliable access to food. Children make up a large portion of that number. While the holiday season is joyful for many, food insecure families find it to be difficult without public school’s free/reduced-price breakfast and lunch.

On December 8, we will need a team of more than 700 volunteers to fill 6,000 boxes of food as a part of Christmas Boxes of Blessing. Each box contains enough food to feed a family of four for one week and will be distrubted to people in need throughout the Houston area. We invite your whole family to join in as we serve our Houston neighbors during the holiday season. Click here to donate and volunteer.


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