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Also, check out our BULLETIN - it includes information about many of our happenings!
Calling All Teens of Christ King, St. Bernard & St. Pius X - Summer Outreach Mission Trip 2018 Kick Off Meeting | Monday, Oct. 16What: Ben Wagner – local musician – singer/songwriter / Retreat Director will co-lead the trip. [ ... ]
- What: Ben Wagner – local musician – singer/songwriter / Retreat Director will co-lead the trip. Meet Ben and hear more about Catholic Heart Work Camp and our 2018 mission trip June 10-16 in Mishawaka, Indiana
- When: Monday Evening, October 16th, 7 PM
- Where: St. Pius X Cafeteria – Use Gym doors off parking lot
Last week, our middle school students in both our day school and Faith Formation program received an information packet [ ... ]
Last week, our middle school students in both our day school and Faith Formation program received an information packet on how to become an altar server here at Christ King. We’re excited about offering this service opportunity once again. Talk to your student and find out if there is an interest and desire to serve the parish in this very special and rewarding manner.
Over the past few years, we have found offering two focused and intense sessions in the fall provides us the ability to ease our students into the server rotations within a few weeks after completion. Each session is in a small group setting (6 students per session maximum). We offer four different day and time options for both the First and Second Sessions to allow for flexibilty around your family’s schedule. We ask that your student make a 1st, 2nd and 3rd choice for each of the two sessions.
Check your student’s backpack or take-home folders for the packet, or find it on the website. Forms should be completed and turned in to the parish office before October 16.
Our first date and time option for the First Session is coming up this Wednesday, October 18th from 2-3:10pm.
Please call Maggie Pernice at (414)258-2604 ex. 22 with any questions.
Our 8th graders will be volunteering to rake leave of parishioners or family members in the area later this month. Our 8 [ ... ]
Our 8th graders will be volunteering to rake leave of parishioners or family members in the area later this month. Our 8th grade class has been working on leadership skills and the idea of service to others in the community. This is a great way for our 8th graders to do service for members of the Christ King family.
If you, a neighbor or a family member in the area are in need of having your yard raked when all the leaves finally come down, contact the school office at (414) 258-4160 or email Mr. Brown at . I am hoping to have at least 20 yards to rake later this month.
Archbishop Listecki's Annual Pallium Lecture; “Beyond Career to Calling” | Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017 | 7PM | DSHAThe Pallium Lecture is pleased to welcome Michael Naughton, Ph.D., The University of Saint Thomas, Minnesota, and Willia [ ... ]
The Pallium Lecture is pleased to welcome Michael Naughton, Ph.D., The University of Saint Thomas, Minnesota, and William Bowman, MBA, Catholic University of America, as they reflect on Christian business leadership in a conversation moderated by Daniel J. Scholz, Ph.D., Cardinal Stritch University.
The lecture will take place at Divine Savior Holy Angels High School, 4257 N. 100th Street, Milwaukee, 7 PM. It is free and open to the public. Find more information HERE.
Our next scheduled meal is Wed. Oct. 25, 2017 You can drop these items off at any of our [ ... ]
Our next scheduled meal is Wed. Oct. 25, 2017
You can drop these items off at any of our four monthly collection sites (Donations of mayonnaise and/or yellow mustard can be dropped at any location):
Can’t help with a food item this month? Then perhaps think about a monetary donation on Share Sunday, the first Sunday of each month. Funds are used to purchase ham and cheese for the sandwiches we serve. Please contact Mary with questions at 414-550-2063 (call/ text) or email@example.com. Many thanks!
Buns & sweet breads: Murtha, 2643 N. 89th St.
Large cans of baked beans: Giese, 2441 N. 83rd St.
Cut carrots & cucumbers: Blaha, 2810 N. 72nd St.
Jello: Anderson, 9515 W. Hadley St.
ALSO PLEASE CONSIDER SERVING FOR THE PROGRAM
We are in need of 6 – 8 people to help serve the meal at All Peoples Church. Many have generously donated food items for the program but we are consistently short on helpful hands to serve the meal. It’s a perfect volunteer opportunity for those with busy schedules and/or students who are in need of service hours. If you can lend a hand, please contact either Mary Anderson (414-550-2063); or Julie Frank (414-326-6115). Your assistance would be much appreciated. Details are as follows:
- Location: All Peoples Church: 2600 N. 2nd Street, Milwaukee
- Time: 5:00 – 6:30P
- When: 4th Wednesday of every month
“We only have what we give.” ~ Isabel Allende
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY Volunteers Needed!!!! We could use your help to work on various homes, both new constructio [ ... ]
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY Volunteers Needed!!!!
We could use your help to work on various homes, both new construction & rehabs, in different stages of construction in the Washington Park neighborhood for the remainder of 2017.
Habitat for Humanity has scheduled our church coalition to volunteer on the following dates (location to be determined):
Saturday, Sept. 23 Saturday, Oct. 21 Saturday, Nov. 18
We will update you with the specific locations, and more volunteer opportunities, as they become available. Sign-ups for all the above dates are available now online at https://mkehabitat.volunteerhub.com/lp/churchcoalition/ events
If you are interested, the next step is for you to follow the link to the website (or copy and paste) to sign up online so you can complete the waiver and the build leader for the day has your name. Each day requires 10 - 15 volunteers and we are respon- sible for providing five or more so if you have any friends or family that are also interested, please encourage them to sign up online as well.
The church coalition will NOT provide lunch on these dates so please plan for your own lunch. Also, you are not required to bring your own tools or safety equipment but make sure to dress appropriately.
Volunteers can be anyone 16 years of age or older, 18 to work power tools. Come with friends or family and make a special and meaningful day of it!
If you have any questions, please let us know. Thank you for supporting Habitat for Humanity!!
Kate and Gerry Neugent - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Parish Collaborative is sponsoring a volunteer event on Saturday, October 28, 2017, 9:00 AM - 12:00 Noon [ ... ]The Parish Collaborative is sponsoring a volunteer event on Saturday, October 28, 2017, 9:00 AM - 12:00 NoonBuilding Senior Stockboxes: a fun, fast paced, team building activity!The boxes you will be building are nutritious boxes of food that Hunger Task Force then delivers to low-income seniors free of charge. Each contains 16 healthy items including rice, cereal, juice, beef stew, pasta and vegetables. Every month Hunger Task Force delivers nearly 10,000 boxes to seniors, helping them stretch their budgets.The boxes are built by hand by 15-20 person volunteer groups each month; 12 months a year at Hunger Task Force’s South warehouse located at 300 E. College Ave. Requirements:
Please contact one of the following committee members to reserve your spot and insure we have enough people to participate. Additional information will be provided to those interested in volunteering.
- Most volunteers should be able to lift 30 pounds
- Volunteers must be able to stoop, bend and be on their feet for the 3-hour shift time (we usually take a short break mid way)
- Volunteers will be filling boxes of basic needs food, moving them along a roller belt and lifting them onto a pallet
- There are carts available to put the cases of food on to fill the boxes
- This volunteer opportunity is a busy team building volunteer activity
- Linda Swiderski: email@example.com - 414.257.1965
- Tony Burkart: firstname.lastname@example.org - 414.258.1247
- Steve Prueher: email@example.com - 414.640.0190
Join Catholic women from throughout the Archdiocese and beyond for the 9th annual WOMEN OF CHRIST® CONFERENCE on Sat [ ... ]
Join Catholic women from throughout the Archdiocese and beyond for the 9th annual WOMEN OF CHRIST® CONFERENCE on Saturday, November 4, at the Washington County Fair Park in West Bend. This year’s theme, “Consider it All Joy,” reaches out to our hearts from the letter of St. James, offering encouragement to persevere in our daily lives despite the confused and chaotic culture around us. Come and witness to the great joy of being a Catholic woman!
Most of us have extra Christmas decorations we just don't use. Brighten someone else's holiday season by donatin [ ... ]
Most of us have extra Christmas decorations we just don't use. Brighten someone else's holiday season by donating your new or gently used holiday decorations to Tosa Cares Food Pantry. Donations will be given to families at the Thanksgiving food pick up on November 18th. Please drop off items for donation at any time to Mt. Zion which is located at 12012 West North Avenue and is open Monday-Thursday 8:30-4:30, extended hours on Wednesday until 7:30pm.
We will be receiving donated items from October 23rd through November 12th at Mt. Zion Church in the Tosa Cares bins by the coat racks in the Gathering Area or drop at Tracy Richburg’s house on her back patio: 2525 N. 81st St. or email Tracy and she’d be happy to pick up your items!
Anything Christmas...from baking tins to lights to wrapping paper to artificial trees.
For more information about Tosa Cares see tosacares.org
Continue to prayerfully consider how you can serve our Parish. Peruse the Service & Ministry Guide, reflect on your [ ... ]
Continue to prayerfully consider how you can serve our Parish. Peruse the Service & Ministry Guide, reflect on your unique "charisms" or talents and complete either the form found in the guide book, or online HERE.
God has blessed our parish in so many ways and you are a part of His blessing. Thank you for the gifts you give to help Christ King Parish fulfill God’s mission for His Church. May God bless you generously for your readiness to share your gifts in service to our Church and community.
In town for the holidays this year? Consider joining our Christ King Adult Choir for Advent and Christmas. Our Adv [ ... ]
In town for the holidays this year? Consider joining our Christ King Adult Choir for Advent and Christmas.
- Our Advent and Christmas rehearsals will begin on November 9th from 7:00 pm until 8:30 pm in the choir room. (2nd floor of the parish center).
- Rehearsals will run through Thursday, December 21st (no rehearsal on Thanksgiving, November 23rd of course).
- The Adult Choir will sing the 9:30 am Mass on Christmas Day with a string quartet and timpani.
- Choir is a great opportunity to witness faith, grow spiritually, make new friends, and share your gifts with our community all at the same time! Please call or email Bill Lieven (258-2604 ext. 27 or firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are able to offer your time and talent this Christmas season to help make our Masses beautiful
Parent & Teen meeting at St. Pius X - Sept. 10 Freshmen and Sophomore: 6:45 - 7:25 PM&n [ ... ]
Parent & Teen meeting at St. Pius X - Sept. 10
Freshmen and Sophomore: 6:45 - 7:25 PM
Juniors: 7:35 - 8:20 PM
Welcome to Tosa Trio High School Youth Ministry Families
Mass with Class Sunday Dates(Mass at 6 PM, Class from 7 - 8:30 PM)
Sept. 24 – Kick-Off
Oct. 1, 15, 29.
Nov. 5 & 19
Dec. 3 & 17
Jan. 7 & 21
Feb. 11 & 25
March 4 & 18
April 15 & 29
Confirmation, Monday, April 30, 2018 – 7 PM
Juniors be sure you have thought of who your Sponsor will be.
“YES” your Sponsor needs to be Catholic.
More info will be sent to you before the Parent meeting
Fr. Joe has written several books for all ages and spiritualties. The books are available in the parish office for [ ... ]
Fr. Joe has written several books for all ages and spiritualties. The books are available in the parish office for free. Yes, you read that right. The cost to you is to write a review on Amazon.com about the book. Go ahead and be honest. He can handle it. Please visit the parish office during regular hours and choose a book. Thanks.
- “Soulful Muse”
- “Living Faith’s Mysteries”
- “Spiritual Wonderings and Wanderings”
- “Letters From My Cats”
- “Bowling Through Life’s Stages with a Christian perspective”
Aluminium Pull Tabs Collection! An On-Going Outreach! Little things mean a lot… Saving pull ta [ ... ]
Aluminium Pull Tabs Collection! An On-Going Outreach!
Little things mean a lot… Saving pull tabs is easy! They’re compact with a high concentration of recyclable aluminum. Since 2000, recycling little aluminum tabs from the tops of cans have generated nearly $270,000 for the Wauwatosa’s Ronald McDonald House. Revenue from recycling these little bits of aluminum helps provide a “home away from home” for families whose seriously ill children are undergoing medical treatment in the Milwaukee area.
Here’s how you can help…
Collect pull tabs from aluminium cans, such as from cans of soda, all year round. When you have a bunch, bring them to the Christ King Rectory or School Office whenever you want. Spread the word to your family, friends, classmates and co-workers and bring theirs in as well!
To learn more aboat the Ronald McDonald House please go to rmhcmilwaukee.org
It’s an easy and simple way to support the Ronald McDonald House and help these families, especially during a very difficult time for them and their child!
We currently have several open positions on our Athletic Committee: Track Coordinator/Coach Golf Open Coordinato [ ... ]
The Martha and Mathews are a group that meet to do light cleaning and polishing in the Church once a mont [ ... ]The Martha and Mathews are a group that meet to do light cleaning and polishing in the Church once a month. The brass needs polishing, the kneeler pads need replacing, mopping of certain areas and making sure the pews are clean and respectable are just some of the duties.Do you have an hour or two to help keep our church looking so beautiful? Maybe you would want to form a small group and work together.The parishioners that have been doing this are in their 80’s and 90’s. They could use some help! If you can find the time please give Adam Hartung a call and he can give you the details 262-252-8073.
Several years ago I asked the parish to commit to a multi-year project to include connected WIFI coverage across the ent [ ... ]
Several years ago I asked the parish to commit to a multi-year project to include connected WIFI coverage across the entire campus. We have completed the last stage now in improved coverage in the parish center and the church itself. Once you save the information, you can walk from one end of the building to the other and stay connected to the same system. I encourage the healthy use of electronics, even in church, when they are used to help pray, to read the readings ahead of time, or to communicate with those who ought be with you at Mass.
If you want to use our WIFI network, connect to “GUESTS” and use the password: “ckguest06”. Thanks, as always, to your dollars in the collection basket that help us improve what we can offer as a parish.
Do you have a story or reflection (short or long) you'd like to share about how CK (or a person or an event or an ex [ ... ]
Do you have a story or reflection (short or long) you'd like to share about how CK (or a person or an event or an experience) has helped to strengthen your faith or deepen your love or increase your involvement? If so, we'd love hear about it and share it with others! Visit our Why CK webpage or email Laura Shears, Communications Coordinator.
Christ King Church is open for personal prayer every Monday through Friday 6:30am - 8:30pm. Also on Saturdays fr [ ... ]
Christ King Church is open for personal prayer every Monday through Friday 6:30am - 8:30pm.
Also on Saturdays from 9:00am to 5:30pm and Sundays from 7:30am to noon.
Stop by before or after work. Come during lunch. Bring the family after dinner.
We currently have 128 Senior Priests living throughout our archdiocese. Many of these retired priests are quite active a [ ... ]We currently have 128 Senior Priests living throughout our archdiocese. Many of these retired priests are quite active and live independently. However, they sometimes have a health episode that limits their abilities for a period of time. It is at times like this that they may need assis-tance with rides or shopping. If you would like to be put on a call list to assist our Senior Priests please contact Sharon Krueger at 414-769-3452.
All are invited to come together each Friday, for 20 to 30 minutes, to reflect on the readings for the upcoming Sunday a [ ... ]All are invited to come together each Friday, for 20 to 30 minutes, to reflect on the readings for the upcoming Sunday and to join together in prayer and faith sharing.• WHEN: Fridays: 8:35 to 9:05 am following the 8:00 am Mass• WHERE: St. Pius X office dining room (enter through the church, walk through the sanctuary and sacristy into the office area and take the second left.)All our welcome. No registration necessary. No weekly commitment, just come join us at either session, whenever possible.
Our Wellness Nurse offers a wellness clinic once a month for parishioners of St. Bernard and Christ King. She is sponsor [ ... ]
Our Wellness Nurse offers a wellness clinic once a month for parishioners of St. Bernard and Christ King. She is sponsored by St. Camillus Home Health Services and her services are complimentary to parishioners on the first Monday of the month from 8:30 to 9:30 AM in the hospitality room in the back of STB church. Through education, counseling, visits, health screenings, referrals and advocacy, the Wellness Nurse will assist parishioners in leading a healthier lifestyle. Some of the services provided include: health screenings (i.e. blood pressure checks), health edu- cation, medication management, community resource coor- dinator and health related presentations.
All students participating in athletics must have this form on file prior to practice or participation.
Archdiocesan parishes and schools are encouraged to use this Photography Consent Form to obtain permission to use a phot [ ... ]
Archdiocesan parishes and schools are encouraged to use this Photography Consent Form to obtain permission to use a photograph of an individual for use on a web or social media site or in printed materials.