We are pleased to have many opportunities to learn, grow, give and be in fellowship with members of our parish community and the community at large. Check out the different links below to find out what's going on. Stay informed, join us and get involved.
Musical ensembles at Christ King, the Adult Choir, Children’s Choir and Handbell Choir are signs of the reign of G [ ... ]
Musical ensembles at Christ King, the Adult Choir, Children’s Choir and Handbell Choir are signs of the reign of God among us! When our lives converge at rehearsals or Masses we experience God’s presence in the people around us through our shared gift of music. The faith and friendships that grow among those who participate in these ministries are amazing!
Joining a choir is very different than sharing a gift on your own (i.e. Cantors, Readers, Ushers etc.). Choral and Handbell music is something that can only be created with others. Singers and Handbell Ringers work together to create something beyond our individual abilities. Our Musicians don’t all have or need the same levels of talent, but we share what we have been given for the good of the mission. What is the mission of our choirs? We strive to enrich people’s experience of God by offering our musical gifts in service to the parish Community at prayer.
Over the next few weeks you will hear from some of our members about why they are willing to sacrifice some of their time to be part of our musical groups. Perhaps God is calling you to be a part of these ministries. Please don’t hesitate to reach out and EMAIL me with questions. Bill Lieven | Director of Liturgical Music.
The Hospitality Committee is looking for additional volunteers to help serve or bake for weekend fellowships, funeral re [ ... ]
The Hospitality Committee is looking for additional volunteers to help serve or bake for weekend fellowships, funeral receptions and other smaller parish gatherings. To receive emails on these upcoming events and an opportunity to volunteer, EMAIL Julie Gundersen to be added to the Hospitality Helper e-mail list. Many hands make light work!
Interested in helping to coordinate Hospitality gatherings? Join the committee! We are fun group that meets 3-4 times/year to discuss all things Hospitality! We plan events and brainstorm new ideas. Contact Julie Gundersen or Kelly O’Shea if interested or just come to our first meeting of the year on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 at 7PM at Kelly O’Shea’s house, 2464 N. 91st Street.
Our Meal Program, which is co-sponsored by All Saints, St. Bernard, and Christ King, continues to grow! As Covid-era [ ... ]
Our Meal Program, which is co-sponsored by All Saints, St. Bernard, and Christ King, continues to grow!
As Covid-era government programs have scaled back, creating more need, and with word of our high-quality meals getting around the neighborhood, our numbers have increased. We typically serve more than 200 meals each Tuesday and Thursday evening at All Saints.
We need your help. Will you please consider SIGNING UP to serve at All Saints a couple of times this summer and then throughout the year? Volunteers are needed from 4:00-6:15 PM. More specifics are on the website when you sign up. We'd also like to ask you to bring a case of bottled water if you can.
This is a great opportunity for the people of our parishes to grow together in faith and friendship. See you there!
See full details HERE
Feeling the need to press pause and spend some quiet time with God? Consider a weekend retreat with other Christ King wo [ ... ]
Feeling the need to press pause and spend some quiet time with God? Consider a weekend retreat with other Christ King women at the Jesuit Retreat House September 21 - 24.
Fr. Mark Carr S.J., former MUHS teacher, is the director for this retreat at the beautiful retreat center on Lake Winnebago in Oshkosh.
The Jesuit Retreat House fosters spiritual enrichment rooted in the Gospels, the Catholic tradition, and the spirituality of Saint Ignatius of Loyola.
In celebration of the Feast of Saint Francis of Assisi, who adored all of God's creation, bring your four (or other) [ ... ]
In celebration of the Feast of Saint Francis of Assisi, who adored all of God's creation, bring your four (or other) legged friends for a special blessing on Sunday, October 1 at 12PM , noon, to the Christ King parking lot for a special blessing of the pets.
In participation with the nationwide Eucharistic Revival, Simply the WORD will be studying The Gospel According to St. J [ ... ]
In participation with the nationwide Eucharistic Revival, Simply the WORD will be studying The Gospel According to St. John. “I AM”: Experiencing Jesus’ Divine Presence highlights Jesus’ divine love, presence, and direction in each of our lives. Jesus Christ is the Bread of Life, our saving path to heaven. Join us for guided small group discussion as we spend time with Jesus’ divine presence.
Thursday mornings (9:15 AM to 11 AM) or evenings (6:30 PM to 8:15 PM), October 5 through November 16 in the Christ King Parish Center.
To register or ask questions, EMAIL Cindy Schmidt.
What did Jesus mean when He said "This is my body-eat it, this is my blood-drink it, for this is the NEW CONVENANT& [ ... ]
What did Jesus mean when He said "This is my body-eat it, this is my blood-drink it, for this is the NEW CONVENANT".
- Was He speaking metaphorically?
- Was He speaking literally?
Surveys have shown up to 2/3 of Catholics believe Jesus was speaking metaphorically.
What do you believe? Why?
Join us for Presence, The Mystery of the Eucharist, a retreat with Deacon Peter Rebholz to review, study and discuss Jesus and the Eucharist–what did Jesus mean with his words...Come and See?
- October 21 (8:30-12:30pm and October 23 (6:30-8pm) in the Christ King Parish Center
Join your classmates in the Christ King North Hall as they celebrate their 50th anniversary after the 4:00 PM Mass on Sa [ ... ]
Our children’s ministry program, CGS, is looking for individuals who are excited to support the spiritual developm [ ... ]
Our children’s ministry program, CGS, is looking for individuals who are excited to support the spiritual development of the children in our parish community. There are many ways to get involved including becoming a catechist or assistant in our environments, making materials, wood working, painting, calligraphy, hospitality, and more!
If interested in learning more about our unique, Montessori based ministry for children, contact Sam, Director of Children’s Ministry at firstname.lastname@example.org.