Christ Lutheran Church Campus

Wednesday Night Ministries

Community and Fellowship

Our spring schedule for our Wednesday Night Ministries begins April 14th and concludes May 12th. Each Wednesday there will be dinner and a range of different ministry options at Christ Lutheran Church. Take a look below at the different groups that will be meeting this Spring and sign up by clicking the sign up button next to the ministry of your choice. 

Dinner begins at 5:00pm and is available until 7:00pm, and ministry groups will meet at 6:00pm. 


Each Wednesday the Kitchen Team will be serving dinner from 5:00pm to 7:00pm. We ask that you make a donation for the meal but please know that if finances are ever an issue you will not be turned away.  If you're interested in joining the Kitchen Team you can let us know by clicking the link below and filling out the sign up form!

Join the Kitchen Team

Suggested Donations:

  • $5 - adults 
  • $4 - seniors 
  • $3 - kids 

Upcoming Menu:

April 14th | Hamburgers and Hot-dogs (Pastor Garrett will be on the grill!)

Kids and Students
Children's Ministry | Pre-K - 6th

The Nursery will be open for newborns up through 36 months.

Spring Topic for Kids: "God's Good Creation" starting at 6:00pm

  • Preschool through 2nd grade will meet in the Children’s Center
  • 3rd through 6th graders will meet in Room 11 (right next to the Children’s Center)
Confirmation | 7th and 8th

Confirmation is the affirmation of one’s baptism.  Young people look back on the day they were baptized and say "yes" to the promises God makes in baptism and respond with their own commitment to that covenantal relationship. On Wednesday nights confirmands learn all about what it means to follow Jesus and what we believe as Christians.

Spring Topic for Confirmation: "Visible Words: How the Sacraments Communicate the Goodness of God"


Parents and Adults
The Tech-Wise Family

This is a great book discussion for parents who are looking to understand how to navigate the technological age we live while being faithful to Christ.

Making conscientious choices about technology in our families is more than just using internet filters and determining screen time limits for our children. It's about developing wisdom, character, and courage in the way we use digital media rather than accepting technology's promises of ease, instant gratification, and the world's knowledge at our fingertips. And it's definitely not just about the kids.

Drawing on in-depth original research from the Barna Group, Andy Crouch shows readers that the choices we make about technology have consequences we may never have considered. He takes readers beyond the typical questions of what, where, and when and instead challenges them to answer provocative questions like, Who do we want to be as a family? and How does our use of a particular technology move us closer or farther away from that goal? Anyone who has felt their family relationships suffer or their time slip away amid technology's distractions will find in this book a path forward to reclaiming their real life in a world of devices.

This book discussion will be led by Scopio's and Mitchell's in the Sanctuary at 6:00pm. 

Liturgy of the Ordinary; Sign Up Here

In the overlooked moments and routines of our day, we can become aware of God's presence in surprising ways. How do we embrace the sacred in the ordinary and the ordinary in the sacred?

Framed around one ordinary day, this book explores daily life through the lens of liturgy, small practices, and habits that form us. Each chapter looks at something—making the bed, brushing her teeth, losing her keys—that the author does every day. Drawing from the diversity of her life as a campus minister, Anglican priest, friend, wife, and mother, Tish Harrison Warren opens up a practical theology of the everyday. Each activity is related to a spiritual practice as well as an aspect of our Sunday worship.

Come and discover the holiness of your every day.

This book discussion will be led by Karen Nelson in the Fellowship Center at 6:00pm.

Wittenberg Group; Sign Up Here

If you are looking to deepen your understanding of Lutheran theology than this is the group for you! 

The Book of Concord is the historic and foundational book of Lutheran theology originally published in 1580 AD. It was compiled by early Lutherans Jakob Andreae and Martin Chemitz. It contains 10 credal statements that we as Lutherans confess to be authoritative in our doctrinal understandings of the Christian Faith. 

This group will continue reading the Articles of the Augsburg Confession and will be discussing, "The Role of the Church and Christians in Society" and how we live by grace through faith in Christ alone.

This group is led by Felicity Grover in room 7 of the Fellowship Center at 6:00pm.