Organization of Leadership
The heart of a parish is the Eucharist, but the parish family is the body that makes it a unique and vibrant community with an exciting parish life. Our parish offers a variety of ways to be part of that communal family in addition to the celebration of the sacraments.
The vitality of Christ the King parish is evident with over 50 ministries to become involved in or to seek assistance. Each Ministry is assigned to a Commission; Administration, Christian Service, Faith Formation or Worship Commission. In addition, there are five Commissions "At Large" which are Reverence for Life, Strategic Pastoral Planning, Parish Community Building Events, Vocations and Stewardship.
At Large Commission or core teams are developed to serve the multifaceted tasks as the needs are defined by the Council on an annual basis.
The mission of Christ the King’s Christian Service Commission is to enable the parish community to put into practice the social teachings of the church as encouraged and expressed by the corporal works of mercy.
Faith Formation Commission is to provide opportunities to learn, experience and grow in faith by uniting every household into the parish community through study, Eucharist, service, Generations of Faith, religious education for all ages and an Early Learning Academy, in order to more fully participate in the Sacraments and in the greater faith community after the model of Christ the Teacher.
The mission of the Worship Commission is to celebrate God’s glory in prayer, be a welcoming presence to our brothers and sisters, to experience the call of the Holy Spirit in worship, and to sense the presence of Christ the King, touching our hearts and transforming our lives.
Every Volunteer at Christ the King Parish is compliant with Diocesan policy for Safe Environment which include: Attendance at a Protecting God’s Children Class, Personal Interview, a Background Check, a Signed Acknowledgement of the Standards and Behaviors for Working with Minors and Pastoral Policy for Working with Minors.
With so many ways to be part of parish life, you'll want to stay informed by regularly reading the weekly bulletin, just in case you've misplaced the one you received at Mass. You’ll also want to check the parish calendar for a list of events and mass schedules.