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  • Alpha BBQ this Sunday!

    It’s not too late to sign up for the Alpha barbecue! This Sunday, August 20th, at 4:30pm at Bill and Cindy Pressprich’s house. It will be a great place for those you’re inviting to Alpha to have some good food, ask some questions, and experience the hospitality of Alpha. Please sign up at https://goo.gl/forms/7DPd0SI5LPSFhOtD3 by… Read more

  • Your donations needed for our brothers & sisters in Flint!

    On Saturday, August 26th, the Diocese of Lansing is sponsoring a Deacon Service Day. As part of that effort, please help us fill a large moving van with the following items needed to help our brothers and sisters in Flint. Backpacks Toilet paper Kid’s underwear Toothbrushes Shampoos & conditioners Notebooks Pens & pencils, including colored… Read more

  • We need your input on Witness to Hope!

    The Witness to Hope campaign is designed to raise money for critically-needed items to support our mission. We’ve narrowed the list of items being considered and now need your input so we can make final preparations for the official launch of the campaign at Christ the King this fall. Please plan to attend one of… Read more

  • RCIA Orientation Aug. 20th & 27th

    The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) is for anyone 7 or older seeking to be baptized and/or enter into the Catholic Church or for adult Catholics seeking completion of the Sacraments of Initiation (e.g., Confirmation or First Communion). There are two Orientation sessions scheduled in the Bishop Mengeling Room in the Church: Sunday,… Read more

  • 2017-18 Religious Education Registration has begun!

    Does your family include children ages 3-18? Now is the time to register them for religious education at Christ the King! Our religious education classes actively encourage your children to have and grow in a relationship with Jesus. Our excellent catechists also teach a love for the Church and family in every grade level, supporting… Read more

  • Decorate for Mary

    Use your cutting, artistic, and visual design skills to update the Parish Center bulletin boards in honor of Mary.  All supplies (& non-art play space for little ones) provided. All are welcome! Join us on Wednesday, August 16, 10-11:45am, and/or Tuesday, August 22, 7-8:30pm. Questions? Contact Colleen at cvermeulen@ctkcc.net.

  • Pope Francis, the Jubilee Year Pentecost, and Us

    Pope Francis invited the Charismatic Renewal to celebrate Pentecost with him in Rome. This 5-day event featured many teachings from Catholic Charismatic Renewal leaders from around the world. It was highlighted by Pope Francis’ address, thanking the Renewal and calling us onward in unity. Pope Francis’ address, 37 videos of the teachings and events, and… Read more

  • 2017 Pentecost Vigil Mass Words

    A transcript of the Words given at the Pentecost Vigil Mass at Christ the King on Saturday, June 3, 2017, is now available. Please prayerfully discern them and see how they may apply to your spiritual life. To download a copy of the Words in .pdf format, please click on the title of this post to see… Read more

  • Bulletin Advertisers Needed!

    Christ the King is looking for advertising sponsors for the weekly church bulletin! If you, or someone you know, would like to help support the bulletin please contact Dave Polansky at Liturgical Publications at (248) 250-3880 or dpolansky@4lpi.com.  

  • Notifying Christ the King About Recent Deaths

    In the event of the death of a loved one, we want to pray for the deceased at Sunday Masses and announce the death in the bulletin.  The normal way to inform the parish is to call the main office (734-665-5040) and leave the following information: Name of the caller. Name of the deceased. Relationship… Read more

  • 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time: “And after the fire, there was a tiny whispering sound….”

    Special Effects Many of the movies these days attempt to make their money by touting the new and bigger-than-ever special effects, especially those movies in, yes, I’ll admit it, my favorite genre, science fiction. Here in this wonderful reading from I Kings, you have just the reverse. In fact, the contrast is repeated, with the… Read more

  • The Feast of the Transfiguration: “This is My beloved Son, with Whom I am well pleased; listen to Him.”

    Note: Fr. Ed’s homily for the Feast of the Transfiguration is now available online! Click here to listen. Heroes Many of us have heroes, or at least people that we look up to, maybe even famous people that we would like to meet someday. One of my heroes was St. John Paul the Great. The year that… Read more

  • 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time: “Ask for something and I will give it to you.”

    Note: Fr. Ed’s homily for the 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time is now available online! Click here to listen. What would you ask for? Imagine having a conversation with God and He says that to you—the omnipotent ruler of the entire universe has just made Himself totally available to you, to give you whatever you request! What… Read more

  • 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time: “Lord, You are good and forgiving.”

    Note: Fr. Ed’s homily for the 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time is now available online! Click here to listen. The Foundation for the Good News The fundamental reality that is the foundation for the good news is this truth, that the Lord our God is good and forgiving. If He were not, what would be our reason… Read more

  • July 16, 2017: The Solemnity of Our Lady of Mount Carmel

    Note: Fr. Ed’s homily for the Solemnity of Our Lady of Mount Carmel is now available online! Click here to listen. Why Our Lady of Mount Carmel? Praised be Jesus Christ! This is the standard greeting that members of the Carmelite Order often use to greet each other as well as visitors to their monasteries. This… Read more

  • 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time: “Come to Me, all you who labor and are burdened, and I will give you rest.”

    Who does this not apply to? Is there anyone who does not experience in this life feeling burdened and in fact desperately needing that very rest that only the Lord Jesus can give? The fact that we have a Savior Who knows us better than we know ourselves, and Who delights to lift our burdens… Read more

  • 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time: “Whoever receives you receives Me, and whoever receives Me receives the One Who sent Me.”

    This phrase is a great consolation to us. It speaks of the fact that the Lord Jesus not only draws us into a deeper relationship with Him, but that He then brings about, for us, a deeper relationship with His Father as well. This is the great mystery that our recent celebration of Trinity Sunday… Read more

  • 12th Sunday in Ordinary Time: “Everyone who acknowledges Me before men, I will acknowledge before My Heavenly Father.”

    This phrase is a great consolation to us. It speaks to us of how the Lord Jesus Himself will respond, even in the very courts of Heaven, to those who live and speak in a way that acknowledges Him! How do we do that? He is Risen! He has sent us His Spirit. That reception… Read more

  • Corpus Christi: “Unless you eat the Flesh of the Son of Man and drink His Blood, you do not have life within you.”

    He is Risen! He has sent us His Spirit. He has invited us to share in the very life of the Triune God, and now He invites us more deeply into the Communion of His Body and Blood. This is one of the most graced times of our liturgical year, as we celebrate these great… Read more

  • Trinity: “The LORD, the LORD, a merciful and gracious God, slow to anger and rich in kindness and fidelity!”

    What words of incomparable consolation! The Holy One of Israel, in a defining moment of His self-revelation, announces to Moses, the Chosen People, and to us, what His heart is like for those Who follow Him! He is merciful and gracious—isn’t that like a dream come true? Isn’t that exactly what you would want the… Read more

  • Forms and Resources

    Church Membership Registration Form

    Religious Education Registration Forms

    Low Gluten Procedure

    Baptism Registration Forms and Guidelines

    Church Layout

    Parish Center Layout

    Prayer Meeting Schedule

    Event Calendar

    Incense Use Calendar

    Room Scheduling Information

    Our 2017-2018 “scheduling event” runs from May 2 and will continue through May 18, 2017. This annual process is for reserving space in the parish facilities for events, particularly ongoing events, that will take place between August 1, 2017 and May 31, 2018.

    To request space for an event at Christ the King, please download the scheduling information and room request form by clicking on the links below. These are pdf forms with fillable fields when viewed with Adobe Reader. Please use the 2017-2018 Room Request Form, since the form has been revised. Please save and email the completed form(s) to the office at scheduling@ctkcc.net. All room request forms for the scheduling event are due by May 18, 2017.

    For more information, please call 734-929-0975 or email scheduling@ctkcc.net. Thank you!

    2017-18 Room Request Form

    Scheduling packet

    Liturgical Use Form

     

    More Resources and Information

    Looking for creative ways to support the parish financially?

    We’ve gathered some resources all in one place in the finance section of our Stewardship page or contact Business Manager Theresa Hofer (734-929-0971 or thofer@ctkcc.net).

     

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