Successful Parish Mission! Thanks to all who participated in our Christ the King Parish Mission. Father Chris Alar was tremendous and we owe him our prayers in support of all the good he is doing to spread the message of Divine Mercy. The crowds were inspiring and the volunteers who made it all go smoothly were wonderful. For those who would like to listen to the presentations, they’re found on both parish websites (i.e. Christ the King and St. Johns). Let’s thank God for blessing us abundantly as we come to this special Year of Mercy!
Area Parishes and their “Advent Penance Services”: Thursday-Dec. 1, 2016 @ Our Lady of Peace-Mfld @ 5 p.m. Thursday-Dec 15, 2016 @ Sacred Heart-Mfld @ 5 p.m. Thursday-Dec. 22, 2016 @St. John’s-Mfld. @ 5 p.m.
Christ the King Catholic Church is hosting “A Community Thanksgiving Worship Service” it will take place this year, on Wednesday -November 23, 2016 @ 7 pm. @ Lucille Tack Center *** Orange Donation Food Bags *** have been set out for you to take one and place your non-perishable food items into. You may bring bag back to Christ the King’s gathering room or take with you on Wednesday night-Nov. 23rd service, where they will be collecting them during the evening.
Wednesday-November 23, 2016 Father Samuel Martin will be celebrant here at the parish for a evening mass @ 5:30 p.m. Come and give thanks to God for the blessings he has given you and your families.
Time again for the “Giving Tree” !!! The tree will be placed in the Gathering Room the weekend of November 19 & 29, 2016 . Each year the Family Life and Social Justice Committee members and the families who receive the gifts are overwhelmed by your generosity. A reminder: If you take a tag, please write your name and phone number on the “sign-up sheet” located in the gathering room (This is so that we can contact you if there is no gift on that last date, for the tag for which you signed up for. Every year this happens that someone forgets to bring the gift in by that last date for collection on Sunday, so the sign-up sheet is very important and saves the day.) Also, very important, please place the gift tag on the gift so that we can get it to the right person/family. Deadline that the gifts are to be brought back to the church is Sunday-December 18, 2016 so that we can arrange to have the families pick their gifts up in a timely manner. Any questions, please call Sue Toufar at 715-659-4429 or Kay Derks at 715-659-4046.
*** Orange Donation Food Bags *** have been set out for you to take one and place your non-perishable food items into. You may bring bag back to Christ the King’s gathering room or take with you on Wednesday night-Nov. 23rd service, where they will be collecting them during the evening.
Annual PCCW Christmas Party * Monday-Dec. 5, 2016 * 5:30 pm reception and 6 pm potluck meal. We extend an invitation to all ladies of the parish, as every lady is a member of the PCCW to attend * A sign-up sheet has been placed on the back table, please sign your name so we can get an estimate as to how many will be attending and if you choose to do so , bring your favorite dish to pass, please write it by your name on the sign – up sheet. Thank you Diane Witmer * President and Sue Mews * Vice-President also Ladies-chance to win “Lavender Quilt” with raffle tickets being sold for ($1.00 a piece) the weekends of November 26 & 27 and Dec. 3 & 4, after mass, buy as many chances as you wish. The winning ticket will be drawn on Monday - Dec. 5th @ the PCCW Christmas party and you do not need to be present to have a chance at winning the quilt.
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Saturday: 4:00 PM
Sunday: 8:00 AM & 10:00 AM
Saturday: 3:15 - 3:45 PM
Monday - Thursday: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday: 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM
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Welcome from Our Pastor
Welcome to Christ the King Catholic Church! Ever since 1938 this parish has been assisting souls in their quest for deeper union with God. Our mission statement is essentially found in the stained glass window above the main altar: “For Christ our King.” Insofar as God made us and we belong to Him, we have come to... Read More