Every Sunday - Morning Worship: Immanuel, 8:00 - St Paul, 8:45 - Immanuel, 10:30
Tues. 9/30 - Knights Volleyball Home Game vs. Trinity, Reese 4:30
Wed. 10/1 - Knights Volleyball Away Game vs. St Paul, Millington 4:30
Sat. 10/4 - "A" Volleyball Team Tournament at VLHS
Sat. 10/4 - Soccer Team Tournament at St Lorenz, Frankenmuth
Sunday 10/5 - Cherub Choir (K-1) Sings at St Paul, 8:45
for this week
Practices for the Week:
A-Team VB Mon. 3:10-5:00 PM, Fri. 3:10-5:00 PM
B-Team VB Mon. 5:00-6:30 PM, Thurs. 3:10 - 5:00 PM
Soccer Mon/Fri 3:10-5:00 PM
Games for the Week:
- This Tuesday, both volleyball teams will be playing home against Trinity, Reese, starting at 4:30 PM.
- This Tuesday, The soccer team will play at Richville, but the game will be against Trinity, Reese, starting at 4:30 PM.
- This Wednesday, our volleyball teams will AT St. Paul, Millington. The games again will start at 4:30 PM.
- The A Volleyball team will have a weekend tournament @ Valley Lutheran on Saturday.
- The soccer team will have their first soccer tournament this Saturday. The tournament will be held at St. Lorenz in Frankenmuth.
A HUGE CONGRATULATIONS
to our B-Team volleyball team. They took 2nd Place at the weekend volleyball tournament. Great job, Ladies!!!
OOOOh Parents!!! Your child received a packet of information about the Bike-A-Thon, including pledge sheets last week. Please make sure to ask your child for that morsel of information. The date of the Bike-A-Thon is Friday, Oct. 10th, with a rain date on the next Friday, Oct. 17th. All monies and pledge sheets will be due on Thursday, Oct. 23rd. (Kind – 8th Gr.)
Please Join Us! Mr. Kaiser and the CTK Faculty again want to encourage you and your family to take time to worship our Lord and Savior, Jesus the Christ on Sunday and every day in family devotions (Check out possible Bible Readings in the "Weekly Devotions" page of this website). Please show your child the importance of your relationship with Jesus. If you are uncertain of who He is, we would love to talk with you about what Jesus Christ has done for you as well as what He expects you to do for others.
A request has been made for performance talent for the 2nd Annual Joan Hofmeister Evening of Talent Fundraiser Gala. Mrs. Hofmeister was a former teacher at CTK. The group is looking for musical acts, dancers, spoken word artists, musicians, and more. Auditions will be held at USA Schools on Sun, Oct. 26th and Tues., Oct. 28th from 6-9 PM. Please bring your performance ready material by for an audition. The Gala itself will be held on Nov. 7th. For questions, please call Mrs. Noah at 989-964-1364.
The Committee has had its first meeting for our Auction: The King's Festival - A "Knight" of Merriment. We ask that EVERYONE help in some way on this monumental fundraiser. Please think of people you may know who would be willing to donate auction items. Also mark down the tentative official date – Friday, March 20th, 2015. If you would like to volunteer in one way or another, please let Mr Kaiser know.
I do remember volunteering! There are three events that are beginning to take shape. #1-The Bike-A-Thon is coming up on Friday, Oct. 10th. Your name has been given to Mrs. Werschky and Mrs. Kaiser who will be coordinating that event. #2-The Trunk or Treat Event will be happening on Friday, Oct. 24th. Mrs. Kauffold is a blessing as she heads this event for the little ones. If you have not signed up to help, please do so because Christ the King Lutheran School exists only because of the wonderful parents who sacrifice their time and talents for the benefit of all our little angels.
LATE BREAKING NEWS!!! Mrs. Mammel has been tenacious with Scholastic Book Clubs and they have again agreed to allow us to host a Book Fair the week of Nov. 10th. There will be one for each campus. More details to follow.
Speaking of Clothing, Collide Youth Group T-Shirts are available in the church office for purchase. The T-shirts are available for only $10! What a steal!
for August – November are designated for the Wittenberg Project. The goal
of the Wittenberg Project is to honor our Lutheran heritage as we approach the
500th anniversary of the Reformation by nurturing and strengthening
the faith of Christians and introducing the Christian faith to non-Christians.
Through development of a Christian education and outreach center in the very
birthplace of the Reformation, we will attract students and visitors, promote
confessional-Lutheran theology, and open doors to Gospel outreach and works of
mercy. For more information, please visit http://thewittenbergproject.org/.
As I was looking through our school libraries for some good reading materials, a good idea came to my mind. I don’t have many so please read quickly. If you know of someone who is celebrating a life milestone such as a birthday, anniversary, or perhaps even just having a REALLY good day, I would like to ask that you support CTK by dedicating a book in honor of your special day to the school’s two libraries. It is a simple way to remember your day for quite some time. Just something for you to think about.
If there is a friend or member of your family that you would like for me to talk to about becoming a new family member at Christ the King Lutheran School, please drop their name of in the school office or give me a call. It is always heartwarming when Christ the King Lutheran School can add another sheep to the Shepherd’s flock.
Knowing that I have been writing out the News of the Knights for a month, I have heard from some people who have had some recommendations for the newsletter. One was to add grade levels for the announcements, when applicable. I would love to know what your thoughts are. Please let me know if there is something that you would like to see added to the newsletter that I may not be thinking of.