Our brother in Christ, Malcolm Wintringham, died to this life on Friday, April 30th. His graveside service will be held this coming Thursday, May 13th, at 1:00 p.m., at Riverside-Graham Cemetery, 125 W. Cooper Lane. Please note this is the new cemetery on the east side of town. You are invited to join Malcolm's wife Laura and their daughter Amy for this short service. And I heard a voice from heaven saying, “Write this: Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord from now on.” “Blessed indeed,” says the Spirit, “that they may rest from their labors, for their deeds follow them!” (Revelation 14:13).

Planning travel that will take you out of town on Sunday? 
Visit https://www.lutheranliturgy.org/about/ for listings of Evangelical-Lutheran congregations. 
This website was developed to assist Evangelical-Lutherans in locating congregations which use the historic liturgy of the Church in all of their services and practice Closed Communion. 

Whether you’re traveling on vacation or business or moving to a new home, this directory will help you find Evangelical-Lutheran congregations which have not adopted worship customs from the surrounding culture, such as “contemporary worship,” “praise bands,” “entertainment worship,” or “experimental worship”.  

For the story behind how this website was developed, click on the link below https://www.lutheranliturgy.org/publisher/


Sunday, April 25th after worship, join the ladies from our Thursday Quilters and the LWML for Muffins for Missions! The quilters have made several quilts, (with more to come), from Liberian fabric lovingly donated by Jeff Murray in memory of his wife Wendy's time with the Peace Corps in Liberia in the early 70's. 

The fabric Wendy brought back from Liberia will return fifty years later in the form of small quilts for infants. In addition, larger quilts will be sent to the LCMS pastors who have traveled and taught with Pastor Kumm. Those quilts may also be used for fundraising in their own parishes. 

We thank God for Wendy's short time with us as a member of Christ the King. Her gift of Liberian fabric will keep on giving and giving for a very long time.

For a good, quick read, please take a look at the LCMS Reporter. This is a blog on the LCMS website that provides informational and thoughtful articles for Lutherans. There is a wonderful mix of inspiring stories, opinions on today’s world happenings, and devotion-like pieces. 

Today’s highlight is “The Many Tasks of the Church Worker” which discusses the joys and hardships of Christian service within the church and how it can change us personally. Visit https://reporter.lcms.org/2020/the-many-tasks-of-the-church-worker/

Sundays, 10:30 – 11:30am in the Fellowship Hall. 
Topic: Scripture and the Small Catechism. Know anyone who would benefit from a refresher class or is interested in joining CTK? Please invite them and please come yourselves! 



How to find and contact us: 
1207 Stampede Avenue  - Box 355, Cody, WY 82414 307.587.3025: church@ctkcody.org or pastorkumm@ctkcody.org     www.ctkcody.org     Facebook: ctkcodywy