Welcome to Christ The King!
In the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, and with great joy, I want to welcome you to Christ the King Roman Catholic Parish.
As a Catholic parish, we offer many opportunities to serve the Lord and our brothers and sisters within and outside our parish family. With every ministry within the parish we are intentional about the work of the Gospel and the values of our faith. Christ Jesus, our great and mighty King, reigns in our hearts and watches over and protects our parish family from our youngest children to our elderly brothers and sisters.
Our Parish Pastoral Staff and our parish family are here to assist you and to offer you opportunities to deepen your relationship with God, sharing your time, talent and treasure in service of God and His people and help us follow the will of God.
We welcome you to our Parish family and ask that you register by submitting a Parish Registration Form below.
As a stewardship Parish, we all need to contribute to the work of the Gospel. In this way, we grow in faith, hope and love accomplishing God’s will. You can easily set up your tithe online here.
If you have any questions about the Parish or how you can get involved, feel free to call the office at 303-388-1643. Please, browse through our various ministries below and don’t forget to sign up for Flocknote in order to stay informed! Welcome and God bless you on your journey of faith with our Parish family.
God’s peace and my love & prayers,
Sunday: 7:30am, 10am & 12pm Noon
Daily Mass: M-F 8:30am in the church. ***Because of the priest's retreat there will be NO Daily Mass from Oct. 23rd-27th.***
Reconciliation: Saturday 3:00-4:00pm or by appointment.
M-F 8:00am–5:00pm (closed Noon-1:00pm).
Office: (303) 388-1643
Fax: (303) 355-0141
The Olive branch and crown in our parish logo are symbols of the kingship of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the universe.
Sacristan (Part Time)
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Family Faith Formation
Bringing Our Parish Families To Christ
THE VISION FOR FAMILY FAITH FORMATION
Our mission is to follow the call of Pope Francis to encourage parents to be the primary educators of the faith. In order to encounter Christ and grow in holiness, the Family Faith Formation will give parents the tools they need to hand on the faith. The whole family will participate.
FAMILY FAITH FORMATION
Families with children in grades 1-8 are invited to a monthly session that will meet on the FIRST THURSDAY OF THE MONTH 6-7pm. Upon registration, more information about dates and schedules will be sent. Everyone in the parish is invited to these nights as well!
Those preparing for First Communion, First Reconciliation or Confirmation are required to participate in an additional monthly session that will meet every THIRD THURSDAY OF THE MONTH 6-7pm.
Confirmation preparation will be 4th-6th grade.
First Communion and first Reconciliation will be 2nd grade.
For information regarding Restored Order of the Sacraments of Initiation, please contact Samantha at the Parish Office.
Samantha is our new Director of Faith Formation and she is excited and ready to serve the needs of the faith community here at Christ the King. Please contact her and introduce yourself and your family!
Please pray for her and for God's will to be done with our new program at Christ the King.
SACRAMENTS OF INITIATION
Parents who wish to have their child baptized must be a registered, contributing member for at least 6 months. In the rite of Baptism, parents are called to be the first and best teachers of their children in the ways of the faith.
The parish is only able to attest to this by the ongoing participation and contribution of parents.
A baptismal preparation class is required prior to the baptism. Call the parish office at 303-388-1643 for more information and to register for the class.
Elementary faith formation is offered from September - May. Students who have reached the age of reason will be prepared to receive the Sacrament of Holy Eucharist. Please call the parish office for more information and to register for our Family Faith Formation program.
Confirmation is the sacrament which completes Baptism. Classes for Confirmation are held from September - May. Please call the parish office for more information and to register for our Family Faith Formation program.
In the Archdiocese of Denver parishes are in the process of the restored order for the Sacraments of Initation. We begin this process by lowering the age for the reception of Confirmation and concluding the reception of the Initiation sacraments with Holy Eucharist. Further information will be forthcoming on how this will affect our parish. For more information about the restored order please click here.
SACRAMENTS OF HEALING
Classes are taught September - May and students receive the sacrament of Reconciliation prior to the reception of First Holy Communion. Please call the parish office for more information and to register for our Family Faith Formation program.
Confessions are offered on Saturdays from 3:00pm - 4:00pm or by appointment.
Anointing of the Sick
Following morning Mass on the first Fridays of the month the sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick is offered to those persons in need of this healing sacrament. Individuals who are going into the hospital or who have a terminal illness should request the Anointing of the Sick from the priest before or after the weekday or weekend Masses.
SACRAMENTS OF VOCATION
Arrangements for being married in the church and/or by the pastor or deacon need to be made eight months to a year prior to the ceremony. Contact the parish office at 303-388-1643 for more information.
If you are discerning a vocation please call the Parish office at 303-388-1643 or contact Father Michael for guidance.
Please continue praying for more vocations to the priesthood and religious life!
Christ The King Parish Ministries
Altar Servers - Altar servers must be 3rd grade through high school and have received their First Communion. Reverence, attentiveness and the ability to think on your feet is must!
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion - If you have a joyful understanding of the Eucharist and a reverence for the community as the Body of Christ please consider this ministry!
Greeters - We believe that the atmosphere around the celebration of the Eucharist is important so our greeters seek to welcome and invite everyone who comes through our doors for worship.
Lectors - Our Lector ministry proclaims the Word of God; communicating the truths contained in Holy Scripture at Mass. You must be comfortable proclaiming the Word of God in front of the assembly.
Music Ministry - Those with musical talent are called to lead the sung worship of the faithful at Mass. Please consider joining a choir (vocal and bell) and leading our parish in song.
Ushers - Our Ushers assist during the Mass by taking the collection and passing out bulletins, among other responsibilities.
Religious Education - Elementary Faith Formation (1st - 8th grades) is in conjunction with our Family Faith Formation program. For more information click here.
Youth Ministry - More information to come...
Young Adult Ministry - More information to come...
RCIA - The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA) is the process of welcoming all those who have reached the age of reason and want to become part of the Catholic Church. This program begins in September through May. Call the parish at office 303-388-1643 for more information.
Bible Studies - We have a growing community and excellent facilitators for each of our Bible Studies! Contact us about our current Bible study offerings: Matthew - The King and His Kingdom, and Revelation - The Kingdom Yet To Come.
Adoration - Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is available 8:15 AM — 9:00 PM each Thursday in the "Mary, Queen of Mercy Chapel".
Dwell: Evenings of Praise and Adoration - These monthly evenings are an opportunity for parish and worship, scripture study and adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. All are welcome on Nov. 9th at 7:00pm!
Divine Mercy Holy Hour - Divine Mercy Holy Hour and Benediction occur the first Friday of the month at 3:30 PM in the "Mary, Queen of Mercy Chapel”.
Rosary - The Rosary is said each morning in the "Mary, Queen of Mercy Chapel" following Daily Mass.
Mary’s Prayer Time Group - Reciting of Rosary & prayers.
Community Sunday - Fellowship and refreshments are available after each Mass on the first Sunday of the month, beginning in September.
Helping Hands - Helping Hands serves the various needs of our homebound, elderly and disabled parishioners. We seek to assist these parishioners with tasks such as running an errand, light housekeeping or companionship.
Knights of Columbus - A Catholic men's fraternal organization in service of the Church and specifically the parish with various meetings and projects to support those in need.
Mom's Group - Denver area Catholic moms supporting each other in the vocation of motherhood in contemporary culture and in the call to service. We meet weekly, contact the parish office for more information!
Men's Group - Men looking to deepen their understanding ofthe Catholic Faith and to come together in fellowship. We meet weekly, contact the parish office for more information!
St. Vincent de Paul Society - Outreach activities & support to those in need.
Questions about any ministries?
Contact Anthony, our Director of Parish Ministries, by clicking here!
WHAT IS FLOCKNOTE?
Christ The King partners with Flocknote; a communication service created by Catholics for Catholic Parishes. Stay connected to your parish by receiving emails or even better, texts from us! We promise never to bombard you with useless information!
We only send one email/text a week, along with occasional reminders for Parish events, Holy Days of Obligation and other information to help you grow in your faith! You can also choose to receive updates from any of our ministries or parish groups.
All of the same information included in our weekly Flocknote, and more, can be found in our weekly bulletin!
Grab one at Mass or read our most recent bulletin online today!
Want to listen to the homily from the weekend again? You can listen to some of Father Michael's most previous homilies below!