Frequently asked questions
Where is the Church located?
Christ Our King Lutheran Church is located in Erin Mills, at 2150 Dundas Street West, Mississauga, ON. L5K 1R5.
What should I wear?
We want you to be comfortable when you visit, so wear what you're comfortable wearing. When you're at any one of our services, you'll see a range of styles from jeans to suits, from casual to "Sunday best."
What happens when I arrive?
Once you arrive, you will be greeted at the entrance to the Sanctuary (up the stairs and to the right). Greeters will be readily available to help you or/and your family get settled in for a spirit-filled worship service. You will be given a bulletin, which outlines the order of service, announcements and information about events takning place at Chirst Our King. There is a guest book on the same level as the sanctuary where you can provide us with your contact information.
Where should I go?
Our church has 5 levels: Basement; Narthex; Sanctuary; Classrooms and Choir Loft.
Are you accessible for people who have difficulty with stairs or require an elevator?
Yes. We have a ramp that one can take to enter the church and an elevator that provides access to all levels of the building. If you need access to elevator, please connect with one of the greeters, or any church attendee prior to the start of service and we will be sure to assist you.
Do my children stay with me?
Yes, children are welcome and encouraged to attend all our worship services. The noise they make will NOT upset our pastor or our members.
What happens during the church service?
When you enter the church you may sit in any seat available.
Worship - We invite you to worship with us and participate in the congregational singing and speaking. We project the Order of Service on the front wall for all to read and follow along, without flipping pages. If you prefer, you can follow the order of service in the hymnal, as outlined in the bulletin.
What kind of special services do you hold?
We hold special services on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and New Years Day. We also have Lenten and Advent Mid-week services. All are welcome!
Is there coffee?
Yes! We consider fellowship an important part of our church and we host a coffee time after each service with coffee, tea, juice and light refreshments. Stay for something to drink and let us get to know each other!
Who can I contact if I would like more information?
We would love to answer any questions that you may have about Christ Our King Lutheran Church. If you didn't find what you were looking for on our website, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or or call the Church Office at 905-822-8931.
What are your Service Times?
Can I take Communion? What do I do?
How can I become a member?
If you choose to join our Christ Our King family, we will do everything we possibly can to help your relationship with Christ and the church grow and mature. Here are a few ways you can join our Church family:
Do I have to give an offering?
No. Offerings are voluntary, and considered an act of worship by those who give them. You are welcome to give one if you wish, but visitors should never feel obligated to give.
Do you have anything for people who are hearing impaired?
Yes. Just ask one of the greeters and they can supply you with a receiver and headphones, Using this system, the sound from our audio system goes directly to your ears, and you have control over the volume. If you would like to receive a printed copy of the sermon please speak to one of the greeters.
Do I have to become a member?
How long are the services?
Between 60 and 90 minutes. Services with Communion or a special event are longer than those without. Typically, a regular service without Communion is an hour, and a regular service with Communion is an hour and fifteen minutes.
New to Christ Our King?
Welcome to Christ Our King Lutheran Church! We are an active and welcoming Christian community, part of Lutheran Church - Canada. Many questions get asked by visitors to our church, those new in town, and friends and neighbours of our members. Here's a list of questions that may help you get to know us better.