Music Ministry




Below is information regarding the different opportunities in our parish music ministry.

King's Choir:  The King's Choir sings at the 10am Mass on the first and third Sunday of each month September-June.  Rehearsals are on the Wednesday before singing on Sunday from 7pm-8:30pm.  There is not an audition to join the King's Choir--come with a song in your heart!

Ensemble:  The Ensemble group leads music at the 5pm Mass on the first Saturday of the month and at the 12pm Mass on the third Sunday of the Mass.  Rehearsal takes place 45 minutes before Mass.  This group is especially for those that know how to read music and do not have the time commitment of the King's Choir.  There is not an audition to join the Ensemble--come with a song in your heart!

Resurrection Choir:  The Resurrection Choir leads song at Masses of Christian Burial (Funeral Masses).  There is no committment to sing at every funeral--come when you can!

Youth Music Ministry:  The Youth Music Ministry rehearses an hour before Mass usually on the second Sunday of the month from 9am-10am to then lead music at the 10am Mass.  This is open to those in Junior High and High School.

CantorCantors lead music when any of the music groups listed above are not.  Anyone interested in becoming a Cantor should schedule a time for an audition.  Attendance at a monthly rehearsal is required.

New members are welcome to join at any time!


Vince Zaprzal
Music Director
Coordinator of Liturgy


To Volunteer for Music Ministry click here.

The King's Choir will lead the new Gloria for the first time on Sunday, June 4 at the 10 a.m. Mass.  All other masses will begin the following weekend June 10/11.

This Gloria is a 'through-composed' version meaning that there is no refrain.  The assembly will have a pew card to follow along.  Like anything that is new, it will take some time for everyone to get on board.  With the great singing that takes place at CTK, the assembly will be up and running in a matter of a few of weeks!

Click here for a recording to use!