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  • New Season for Upper Room!

    We are excited to announce that amazing things are happening at Upper Room for 2019! Upper Room will start at 7:15 pm on the 2nd and 4th Fridays to make it easier for families to attend. We are also happy to announce that Dan Dirkes and Tim Stout are going to lead worship for Upper… Read more

  • Photos being taken at Upper Room

    Photographer Melanie Reyes will be coming to Upper Room this Friday, Jan. 11, to take photos for us. We’ll then be selecting some of the photos to have on hand for use in future parish publications. If you would prefer that photos with identifiable images of you and/or your children not be included in the photos we select, please… Read more

  • Video of Lessons and Carols concert now available

    If you missed the Lessons and Carols concert that our Adult Choir held on Thursday, Dec. 13, you’re in luck! A video was taken of the concert and is now available on YouTube. You can watch it online by going to https://youtu.be/VWRjw4FZGm8.

  • New Mass Parts!

    I am pleased to announce that our parish is introducing two new Mass parts! We have been singing the Mass of the Holy Spirit by Mike Giszczak for years without a Kyrie or Gloria, as they were heretofore unfinished. Mike has given us a very nice Christmas present this year: the completed versions of the… Read more

  • Women’s Retreat volunteers needed!

    We’re looking for a “few good men” (or teens!) to serve at the Women’s Retreat so that as many women as possible can participate in the retreat. Can you help us out on Saturday, Jan. 26? One- to three-hour timeslots are available. To volunteer for childcare, sign up at https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0f48aea823a7fa7-womens To volunteer to help with food… Read more

  • Women’s Retreat 2019 – Registration deadline extended!

    Ladies, save January 26, 2019, for a Women’s Day of Renewal! Suffering is something that touches everyone from the poor to the powerful. It can lead to doubts about God’s love and can leave hearts unhappy for a lifetime. But it doesn’t have to be this way. What if suffering was the catalyst to our… Read more

  • A better way for those over 70 1/2 to make charitable gifts

    Individuals who are over 70 ½ can use a special provision in the Internal Revenue Code to completely exclude from their income withdrawals from their IRA if those withdrawals are used to make charitable distributions. Many individuals traditionally use cash or checks to make charitable contributions. Many of those individuals use the standard deduction for… Read more

  • Confused about charitable giving?

    Under the new 2017 Tax Act, the standard deduction for a single individual was doubled to about $12,000; for a married couple, it was doubled to about $24,000. These increases to the standard deduction mean that most Americans will now be using the standard deduction rather than itemizing their separate deductions. Many individuals who give… Read more

  • Holy Hour for Marriage and Family

    Come and take a special time to pray before the Blessed Sacrament on the third Monday of the month, 7:00-8:00 pm in the Church Worship Space. Pray for your own marriage and family, the marriages and families of others, engaged couples, and for the protection of marriage and family in our society. Everyone is welcome! The Holy Hour… Read more

  • Diocesan Assembly talks now available

    The Diocese of Lansing “Made for Happiness” Assembly on Saturday, Sept. 22, was an amazing day full of blessings. Talks and videos from the Assembly are now available by clicking on the links below: Audio mp3 of Bishop Boyea’s comments at Adoration Audio mp3 of Father Mike Schmitz’ talk Audio mp3 of Jennifer Fulwiler’s talk… Read more

  • Fourth Sunday of Advent 2018

    Note: Due to early bulletin deadlines, this column does not appear in the Dec. 23, 2018 bulletin. “He shall stand firm and shepherd His flock by the strength of the LORD!” {Stewardship of Treasure II} Who do you trust? There are people in our lives that we have learned to trust because we have experienced them… Read more

  • Preparing for Mass

    Note: This is the first of a series of five columns on the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. The accompanying homily for the 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time is available to listen to online by clicking here. “Our eyes are fixed on the Lord, pleading for His mercy!” The Psalms contain a very beautiful section… Read more

  • Second Sunday of Advent: A voice cries out!

    “A voice cries out: In the desert prepare the way of the LORD!” In the Gospel for this Sunday, the beginning of the Gospel of Mark, we are again introduced to the great Saint of God, St. John the Baptist. He is that voice crying out in the wilderness, a voice that we are called… Read more

  • First Sunday of Advent: Watch!

    Note: Fr. Ed’s homily for the First Sunday of Advent is now available online! Click here to listen. “Ready or not, here I come!” How often did we use that phrase while growing up, indicating that the seeker was now going after the hidden! This is the theme that will dominate Advent, as we hear… Read more

  • Solemnity of Christ the King

    Note:  Fr. Ed’s homily for the Solemnity of Christ the King is now available online! Click here to listen. “The Lord is my Shepherd, there is nothing I shall want” It was a time when many different ideologies were vying for dominance in the heart of man, supplanting the role and place of the King of… Read more

  • 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time: The Ten Virgins

    “Stay awake, for you know neither the day nor the hour…” The story of the ten virgins (Matthew 25:1-13) highlights what can be a common experience for many of us:  we know something very important is about to happen but we don’t exactly know when. At Christ the King this is a common occurrence, e.g.,… Read more

  • 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time: The Seat of Moses

    Note:  Fr. Ed’s homily for the 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time is now available online! Click here to listen. “They sit in the seat of Moses, so do what they say…” It is a common approach to disregard what people say if their actions are not consistent with the values they articulate. In the common parlance,… Read more

  • 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time: The Greatest Commandment

    Note:  Fr. Ed’s homily for the 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time is now available online! Click here to listen. “The whole Law and the Prophets depend on these two Commandments.” The rabbis, in articulating the commandments of the Scriptures, have come up with a number traditionally valued at 613, the Taryag Mitzvot. (“Mitzvot” is simply the… Read more

  • 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time: What belongs to God?

    Note: Fr. Ed’s homily for the 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time is now available online! Click here to listen. “Repay to Caesar what is Caesar’s and to God what belongs to God.” This is one of the most complex statements in the New Testament. Oceans of ink have been spilled trying to explain exactly what it means…. Read more

  • 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time: My friend had a vineyard…

    Note: Fr. Ed’s homily for the 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time is now available online! Click here to listen. “My friend had a vineyard on a fertile hillside….” The parables in the first reading and the Gospel both begin in the same way, describing how the Holy One of Israel created a vineyard for Himself. But… Read more

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    Prayer Meeting Schedule

    Event Calendar

    Room Scheduling Information

    Our 2018-2019 “scheduling event” runs from May 17 through June 8, 2018. This annual process is for reserving space in the parish facilities for events, particularly ongoing events, that will take place between July 1, 2018, and June 30, 2019.

    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 Microsoft Word documents. Please use the 2018-2019 Room Request Form. 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 June 8, 2018.

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

    2018-19 Room Request Form

    2018 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 Ken Bogan (734-929-0989 or kbogan@ctkcc.net).

     

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