October 2022 – In Other News. . .

Worship Information

Sunday, 9:30 AM – INDOOR & LIVE STREAM 

We hope you’ll join us in the CtK Sanctuary and online. All are welcome!

Wednesday “Behold!” 6:00PM – IN-PERSON – CtK Community Hall

We are having dinner before Behold! Come and join us for food and fellowship @ 5:26pm prior to the Wednesday evening service.

Thank you for your help in making in-person worship a safe experience for all.  If you have any questions, please contact Deacon Mandy.

News You Can Use

We are calling on everyone to prayerfully consider how you might use your time and talents to help propel CtK forward in this new hybrid in-person/techno-based way of doing church. We have the technology. Now, we need YOU! Currently, we are seeking to fill ALL categories of worship volunteers:

  • Altar Guild Assistants
  • Worship Assistants
    • Ushers
    • Readers
    • Communion assistants
    • Soundboard/camera operators
    • Presentation computer operators
    • Online church host. This person would be basically acting as a “virtual greeter/online chat person” for worship services.

If you feel you might be interested in any of these volunteer positions and/or if you have any questions, please give Deacon Mandy a call (970-247-5310) or touch base with him between Sunday services. Training will be provided for all volunteers. Thanks for your consideration.

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The Chancel Choir is filling the Sanctuary with their melodious voices. The choir meets for rehearsals on Monday evenings from 6:30pm – 7:30pm.

Please contact Jared Wright, Choir/Music Director if you would like to sing. Jared can be reached at 970-759-1834 or email chancelchoir@ctkdurango.org  – All are welcome!


The newly formed Handbell Ensemble is ringing out the good news and praises!

This group practices on Sunday mornings @ 8:30am. Please contact Jared Wright, Choir/Music Director or Anita Ashby if you would like to ring. Jared can be reached at 970-759-1834 or email chancelchoir@ctkdurango.org  – All are welcome!

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CtK Book Review Group

October 2nd after worship

Join us as we delve into practices of Contemplative Rhythms.

Save the Dates – October

CtK’s Noisy Offering designee for the month of October: Bread for the World

Sunday, October 2nd – Birthday Sunday! Join us after our 9:30am service for fellowship and cake as we celebrate the CtK October Birthdays! Cheers!
Sunday, October 2nd – Celebrate with us as Ella Dillon is baptized here at CtK! Amen!
Thursday, October 6 @ 6:00pm – Join hosts Dan and Angelia Graves at their home for some fellowship and help fill the communion cup. Bring a box or two of pinot noir (brands Black Box, Bota, or Big Green Box) that will be used in the future for communion wine. Appetizers and drinks will be provided. Please RSVP at akgraves86@gmail.com or call 970-422-2170. Address: 13 Falcon Way
Sunday, October 9 – Gutemala Pot Luck
Saturday, October 15 – CtK Hiking & Fellowship Trip
Calling all hikers for a CTK Outdoors event – We will meet at church at 8:00am on Saturday October 15th. We will depart the church parking lot promptly at 8:15am. We will plan to hike at Junction Creek. Although for fall hikes we try and stay on heavily trafficked trails, please remember it is hunting season. Remember to wear the brightest colors you have. It is also recommended that any of our four legged friends joining us have on a brightly colored vest or shirt. Please reach out to Holly Landgren with any questions. 970-764-7014.
Saturday, October 15 – CtK Hiking & Fellowship Trip

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A Special Thank You Message

Fencing Project Work Day – they ROCK!

Kayla Hefner 
Catherine Hawk
Dan Graves
Paul Plvan
Pete Olson
Clark Lagow
Larry Rardin
Thanks to them we are 100% positive THIS church is built on SOLID ROCK!
  The Altar Guild and Piecemakers quilting group are pleased to present new paraments to the congregation beginning with the Tree of Life for the Days After Pentecost season.  The Tree of Life growing from the Father’s creating hands recalls the tree of life in the Garden of Eden, (Genesis 1:9).  It also recalls the tree made into a cross on which Jesus was crucified. By His death our sins are forgiven and we receive new life in Him.  The words,”Behold, come be made new” recall Revelations 21:5 where John writes of his vision of a new heaven and earth and God proclaims, “I am making all things new.”

For all events and activities, please check the CtK website for the most current updates.