Welcome to Christ The King!

In the name of our Lord Jesus Christ we want to welcome you to His Church

As a Catholic parish, we offer many opportunities to know, love and serve God and our neighbor within and outside the parish community.  With every ministry within the church and school we are intentional about putting into practice the love of God and neighbor.  We believe that our Lord Jesus, our patron under the title of Christ the King, reigns in our hearts, inspires our minds and intercedes for us at the right hand of the Father. We have implemented the Safe Environment program where everyone can feel protected, from the youngest to the most elderly. All our leaders, employees and key volunteers have to go through the criminal background check and the Recognize, Respond, Report Training for Colorado’s Mandatory Reporters course presented on behalf of the Colorado Department of Human Services.

Our Parish and School Staff and dedicated parishioners are here to assist you and to offer you many opportunities to deepen your relationship with God and share your time, talent and treasure in the service of God and His people because as the Scripture says “there is more happiness in giving than in receiving” (Acts 20:35). Each one of us has been endowed by God with gifts that we ought to share. “Nobody is so poor he has nothing to give, and nobody is so rich he has nothing to receive”— Pope John Paul II.

We welcome you to our church community and ask that you register by submitting the Parish Registration Form below.

We are trying to grow as a stewardship community and contribute to the work of God in the world today.   In this way, we ourselves grow in faith, hope and love accomplishing God’s will.

If you have any questions about the church 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 church community.

God’s peace, love and prayers,

Father Grzegorz (Gregory) Cioch, Church and School Staff and friendly parishioners;)


Mass/Confession Times

Saturday Vigil for Sunday: 4:30 PM

Sunday: 7:30, 10 AM & Noon

Daily Mass Schedule:

  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8:00 AM in the Mary, Queen of Mercy Chapel. 

  • Wednesday 8:30 AM in the church (School Mass)

Reconciliation Times:

  • 30 minutes prior to every Mass and during the Mass if the 2nd priest available

  • Saturdays: 3:00-4:15 PM

  • by appointment

Do you want a Mass said for a loved one? Call our parish office!

Our Location

830 Elm Street
Denver, CO 80220

Office Information

M-F 8:00 AM–5:00 PM (closed Noon-1:00 PM)

Tel: (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.

Meet Our Clergy

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Fr. Grzegorz



+ About Father Grzegorz

My name is Father Grzegorz Cioch but I you will be happy to hear that I go by Fr. Gregory. I was born and raised in Krakow, Poland. My vocation and coming to Denver has been inspired by St. John Paul II, who before becoming the pope was my archbishop. In 1994, after the second year of formation in the Seminary of the Krakow Archdiocese, I volunteered to come to America and was accepted to the Denver Archdiocese, where I was ordained in the year 2000 and fruitfully served in variety of assignments and ministries until my appointment as the Rector of the American Seminary in Poland where I spend the last four years. Being back there with my mother (and my two sisters and their families) after my father's death was a nice “perk" however I have missed being a pastor in the dynamic Denver Archdiocese and was happy to come back!

In God's providence, my coming home happened in the exact time that you needed the new pastor. I'm eager not only to fill the shoes but to share my life of faith with you, paraphrasing the words of St. Augustine “with you I'm a Christian, for you I'm a pastor.” I'm looking forward to meet and to know you. I have already discovered that I have met some of you in the past. Maybe recalling my footsteps will help you to know me better and remember where and when our paths might have crossed.

After my ordination in the year 2000, I was the Parochial Vicar at the Risen Christ Parish and the Chaplain of the Bishop Machebauf High School in Denver. In 2002, I became the administrator and later pastor of the Our Lady of the Mountains Parish in Estes Park. From June 2009 to 2014 I was the pastor of the Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish in Fort Collins. In addition to the pastoral responsibilities, from December 2007 to June 2014, I served as a Dean, a member of the Priests Council and the Personnel Board. Moreover I had helped as a mentor, supervisor and counselor of the seminarians, newly ordained priests and the new pastors. I was also a chaplain of the Knights of Columbus, the Serra Club, the firefighters and the police.

I am a proud graduate of the "Good Leaders Good Shepherds" program by the Catholic Leadership Institute and the School of Evangelization by the Evangelization Committee of the Polish Conference of Bishops. In the spring of 2011 I was asked to discern joining the seminary staff of my alma mater what resulted in the doctoral studies at the Saint John Paul II Pontifical University in Krakow, the heir of the theological department of the prestigious Jagielonian University est. way back in 1364, where I received the ecclesiastical licentiate degree in theology in the specialization of the liturgy focusing on the homiletics and religious communication.

I hope and pray that the rich experience and education will allow me to serve you well. I count on your prayers and support.


Fr. Witold Kaczmarzyk

Parochial Vicar


My name is Father Witold Kaczmarzyk and I was born in Ostrow Wielkopolski, Poland. Right after high school, I became a student of the faculty of physics at Warsaw University of Technology in Poland, which is like MIT in Boston, MA. While studying in Warsaw, I experienced my conversion by reading the Bible, praying, and attending meetings where I could talk with other students about my faith. Due to them, my vocation "came to the surface" and I made a decision to study theology and develop my faith more seriously. I told my parents that I wanted to drop out of the university and start to study theology. They were surprised, but they respected my decision. In May 2012, I made a decision that I would enter a seminary in my home diocese – the Diocese of Kalisz, Poland. In July 2012, I walked the Camino de Santiago in Spain - French route (Way of St. James) - almost 500 miles on foot in one month. It was a very deep spiritual experience. In September, I entered the Major Seminary in Kalisz, and I started to study philosophy.
I've always liked sports and have kept myself in shape. Therefore, together with a group of three seminarians we started to train for long-distance running. Within two years, as a seminarian, I have completed five major marathons (26.2 miles) in Poland. For this achievement, I received the Crown of Polish Marathons. I love traveling, and so far, I have visited 17 countries round the world. In 2014, I transferred to SS. Cyril & Methodius Seminary in Krakow, which is preparing seminarians from Poland to come to its campus in the U.S.A. at Orchard Lake, MI (The same seminary Fr. Grzegorz graduated from and recentely worked for; that's where i met him for the first time). Prior to coming to the USA, I received a scholarship from the EPPC (Ethics and Public Policy Center), Washington, D. C.’s premier institute dedicated to applying the Judeo-Christian moral tradition to critical issues of public policy. George Weigel was one of the instructors. Each year’s seminar class includes 10-12 North American students and 20-25 students from Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Lithuania, Ukraine and other new democracies. I was chosen as the only seminarian from Europe. In 2016, I became a seminarian of the Archdiocese of Denver. Meanwhile, in the summer 2016 I was a teacher of Totus Tuus summer program as my assignment in our archdiocese. In the Summer 2017, I helped the Catholic Charities, and in 2018 I was sent by the archbishop to the Cathedral Basilica in Denver as my diaconal internship. In May 2019, I was ordained in Denver and assigned to Christ the King parish in Denver as parochial vicar. I hope that my studies and experience will help me to serve you as much as possible. I’m thrilled to be a part of OUR parish. Pray for me so I would do my best!

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Deacon David Mumby


+ About Deacon David

My name is Deacon David Mumby, and I was born at Memorial Hospital in South Bend, Indiana to the parents of Dave and Angela Mumby. As a child I attended St. Hedwig Catholic School and Parish in South Bend Indiana from Kindergarten through 4th Grade and in 5th Grade I attended St. Patrick’s School and Parish in South Bend. From 6th Grade we moved to the city of Mishawaka, Indiana where I attended Mary Phillips Grade School, Main Jr. High School, and my Freshman year I attended Mishawaka High School. The summer after my Freshman year my family and I moved to Dos Palos, California and I graduated from Dos Palos High School in 1975. Prior to my senior year, I decided to use the Delayed Enlistment Program, and joined the US Navy in December of 1975. I completed Navy Basic Training at San Diego, California and then went to Groton, Connecticut for my Basic Submarine School. I was then assigned to the USS Plunger SSN 595, a fast attack submarine which was based in San Diego, California. While serving on the USS Plunger, I was sent to Store Keeper A School in Meridian, Mississippi.

While at the Store Keeper A School, we learned all aspects of Submarine Supply. After leaving the Navy in 1980, I returned home to help my father run our family owned Hardware Store “Mumby Hardware Inc” in Dos Palos, California. My wife Mishelle and I met while working on our local Volunteer Ambulance Company and we both attended Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Dos Palos. We were married on January 11, 1986 and we have two grown children, Michael Lawrence and Sarah Angela (Mumby) McCall. Michael and Natalie have two children, Charolette and Sydney and Sarah, who married Dustin, have one child, Nevaeh.

Mishelle and I began teaching CCD early in our married life and Mishelle was the Director of Religious Education and I taught Sacramental Preparation including Confirmation. Our Diocese of Fresno did not have a Diaconate Formation Program until our Bishop John Steinbock instuted the New Wine Program, our prerequisite program for Diaconate Formation. I was Ordained a Deacon, January, 11, 2003 for the Diocese of Fresno, California. In September of 2013 Mishelle and I moved to Aurora, Colorado, and was assigned to Christ the King Catholic Church.

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Deacon Jim



+ About Deacon Jim

Greetings in the Lord! I go by the moniker of Deacon Jim. I was born and raised in the Chicagoland area. In a small near west suburb called Westchester and I and my family (Mom and Dad, Dottie and Jim and my brother Ben) attended Divine Providence parish. I lived in Westchester through my high school and university years. I attended Western Illinois University.

I had thoughts of considering a priestly vocation as a boy and teenager like most boys did of my era but it never captured my attention too long.

My first job I started as a salesman in the printing ink industry and soon moved over to selling commercial printing in the Chicago area. And that’s how I met my wife June. About a year or so after we met we married, June grew up in a suburb called Hinsdale.

We moved to Florida as a young married couple and started a commercial printing and marketing corporation. We had the company for 17 years. Our three daughters were born in south Florida and are now at three different universities.

While owning the printing and marketing company I started to hear a call to the permanent Diaconate. I thought; I have a good job, nice home, married and children, why do I feel something is missing. I met with a spiritual director for about a year or so and then I put in my application to the Diocese of Palm Beach.

The Formation program, at that time was four and a half years. I can tell you that at times, it flew by but I still remember some classes that it seemed 5 minutes lasted an hour. I did a lot of reading before I put in my application. Thomas Merton’s, Seven Storey Mountain was one of the most influential books I read at the time besides scripture. I’m a big fan of Thomas Merton.

I came to Denver September of 2018, by way of excepting a position with The Catholic Foundation. I am the Director of Parish Gift Planning. My wife and I have been coming to Colorado for visits for years, so it was an easy decision to make the move to Denver. I was ordained on 9/17/11. It’s been a marvelous gift. I’ve had experiences and opportunities I could have never imagined. It is my joy to be a servant of God and is Church. I look forward to making your parish, Christ the King my parish home.

Meet Our Church & School Staff


Erich Hoffer

School Principal

+ About Erich

Bio Coming!

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Regina Sodia

Business Administrator

+ About Regina

Regina Sodia grew up in a small hill country town branded as the “Cowboy Capital of the World” Bandera, TX. She loved the small-town life as a child and everything that life had to offer including learning to drive a standard transmission truck on the dirt roads at the age of 8 and swimming in the creek.

She moved to Colorado 25 years ago. She always knew she wanted to live in Colorado after many summer vacations as a child with her family, so in her mid-20’s she packed up a U-Haul truck and never looked back. One of her favorite things about Colorado is the winter weather especially the snow.

She has 23 years accounting and bookkeeping experience and 13 years of that has been with Christ the King. She began this adventure at Christ the King with her daughter who started the Pre School one month prior. Her daughter graduating from Bishop Machebeuf High School this year and started studying at the NCU in Greeley.

She enjoys family time with her daughter, cooking and cheering for the Denver Broncos!

Roberta Marsh

Faith Formation Coordinator


Richard Sims-Herrick

Music Director

+ About Roberta

Roberta Marsh, our Faith Formation Coordinator, comes to us from a wide range of experiences working primarily in parishes in the area of religious education. Her love for the Catechism, family-based faith formation, and evangelization, brings a depth of knowledge and a passion for helping parents understand and live out their role as the primary educators of their children in the Faith, and to help them build up a Catholic culture in the home where Christ is known and loved above all things. Colorado has been her home since the early 1980’s with her husband, Dana and son, Paul.

Roberta loves to go cycling in Cherry Creek State Park, take an occasional hike in the mountains, and listen to great music.

+ About Richard

Richard Sims-Herrick is a retired music instructor originally from South Dakota but continued his teaching in Southern California until he took an early retirement and moved to Denver with his family 8 years ago. He is a keyboard and instrumental double major. He taught in public and Catholic schools.

Richard presently teaches private lessons on piano and guitar and band instruments and substitutes at Christ the King Catholic School. He started his participation at Christ the King as the organist/accompanist in the Fall of 2017.

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Daniel Leslie

Director of Facilities

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Zach Lara

Facilities Assistant

Heidi Dignan

School Administrative Assistant

+ About Heidi

Most people know Heidi as “Miss Heidi”. This is her 16th year working in the school office. She grew up just a few blocks away from Christ the King and graduated from Arizona State University. Prior to her career at CK, she worked in sales for Nestle Food Service and then took time to be home with her two young daughters (who attended CK and are now almost 24 and 21).

She loves the Colorado mountains for hiking and biking in the summer and skiing in the winter. But really, her favorite activity is traveling the world.

She is so grateful to be a part of this amazing CK community. She loves her peers, parents and of course, the children who all make her job the best!

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Grace Israel-Kiernan

Financial Assistant

+ About Grace

Grace assists the business manager in the weekly processing of offertories, payables and deposits for both the church and the school. She loves to read, garden and travel. She also enjoys murder mysteries and interior decorating and has been doing accounting for 30 years.

About Grecia

Front Desk Secretary/Admin. Assistant /Events Coordinator/PR/MEDIA Editor

FULL TIME position with benefits

8 AM through 5PM and first weekend of the month during the Community Weekend (Saturday after 4:30 Mass, Sunday 8 AM through 1:30 PM) the fallowing Monday will be OFF

This job was originally two different jobs – a Volunteer Receptionist and the Administrative Assistant to the Pastor.

Front desk receptionist:

• Answers phones & doorbell

• Receives Packages & Mail

• Notes checks as they come in

• Welcomes Guests & provides water, coffee, tea, etc.

• Recives and distributes the churchoffice@ChristTheKingDenver.org emails.

• Checks general voicemail box.

**VERY IMPORTANT: We do not let anyone into the building without being sure of why they are here, who they are here to see, if they have an appointment, etc. We do not take walk-up requests for any kind of financial assistance.

Administrative Assistant:

• Handles new parishioner registrations

• Database Entry/Upkeep for Parish Soft

• Stuffs bulletins, letters & envelopes for large mailings when necessary

• Schedules Mass Intentions & tracks priest stipends per month

• Orders necessary office supplies (EON, Amazon, Neopost, etc.)

• Maintains the Parish Calendar via Google Calendar

• Buys snacks, coffee, tea (will let you know our preferences;)

• Sets up monthly staff lunches

Sacramental Records:

• Records sacraments

• Helps schedule baptisms

• Sends notifications to church of baptism

• Handles incoming requests for baptism, marriage, confirmation certificates etc.

• Works with the clergy to collect all required paperwork (baptism certificates, forms, FOCCUS paperwork, etc.) for marriage prep, sends folders to Archdiocese when necessary.

Events Coordinator:

**Before putting anything on the Parish Calendar, please make sure to check with to ensure the rooms are available.

• Organizes volunteers.

• Works with Maintenance staff to ensure proper setup.

• Keeps track of items frequently used on parish and school side, including coffee cart, items in the closet, tablecloths, etc.

• Works with School's Administrative Assistant on any school events using Ballard Hall, the church, etc.

• All events must have a Space Planning form filled out.

• We typically do not rent out Ballard Hall for outside events due to our small staff availability. This is subject to Pastor's judgment.

• Helps coordinate caterers for funeral receptions.

Community Weekends:

• Primary contact for the volunteers doing the Wine & Cheese ministry.

• Helps with layout of the room, including set-up and take-down.

• Arrives at 6:45AM to set up, make coffee, and wait for the donuts

• Replenishes coffee, water, lemonade throughout the morning and tries to keep the donuts flowing.


• Compiles the weekly parish bulletin for submission to JSPaluch. Anything that is to be in the upcoming weekend’s bulletin MUST be submitted to me no later than 12:00 PM on Tuesday.

• The bulletin submission deadline is 2:30pm Tuesday.

• Christmas, Easter, etc. submissions have early deadlines.

• Works with clergy to setup Flocknote on Thursdays.

• Doing minor edits on the website (can be easily learned).

Small Things:

• Keeps track when people leave the Office. “Headed to the school” “Going to the Church” etc.

• Pitching in with projects around the office, whether it’s editing documents,creating new graphics, folding pamphlets, assembling copies, shredding, etc.

• Periodically helps the Business/Accounting personnel.

• Checks with staff before sending phone calls or guests to them.


Welcome !

A Roman Catholic Parish in Denver, Colorado.


Upcoming Events & Special Announcements

As a parish seeking to live out the call of missionary discipleship, we seek to provide our community with a number of events and opportunities to socialize and grow together in community, to learn about the faith and to encounter Christ in worship. Check out some of our upcoming events below and if you have any questions call us at 303-388-1643 or email us here!

Upcoming Funerals: Funeral Mass for Robert Kilcullen will be on September 6th at 10AM. Read Robert’s obituary here.

Upcoming Community & Faith Formation Events

Weekly Bible Study on the Upcoming Sunday Readings

Thursdays after 8:00am Mass

Thursday Morning Bible Study
After 8:00am Mass in the Chapel
Mother Teresa Room
Coffee/Tea & Breakfast Breads Served
(Ends at 9:30am)

Explore with us the upcoming Sunday readings to help you deepen your understanding of the Word of God, reflect on its meaning, and apply its teachings to your daily life. Come and bring a friend or make new friends!


Faith Formation

Parent Meeting & Registration

Sunday, October 6th
Ballard Hall

Come learn about and register for our new family-based faith formation/sacrament prep program for grades 1-8. See information below


Continues on Sunday Mornings

Call 303-388-1643 ext. 204 for more information and to register.


PARISH Faith Formation

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Encountering Christ As A Family

Helping you live your family’s mission to know, love, and serve God.

“The family is the primary school in which saints are formed . . . God created the family to be a reflection of the communion of life and love that exists within the Trinity.  The union of a husband and wife allows them to participate in God’s creative act, and from their love comes children . . .

The Second Vatican Council describes parents as being the primary teachers of the faith for their children . . . where their children meet Christ . . . This also means that parents are the principal teachers who prepare their children to receive the sacraments . . .” 
— Saints Among Us, Pastoral Letter, Archbishop Samuel J. Aquila, 5/14/15, pp. 13-14

Family Faith Formation

Our parish family faith formation program open to parishioners of Christ the King, is a family-based weekly program of faith formation and sacrament preparation taught by parents to their children at home with monthly support classes at the Church for parents and children in grades 1-8, in their respective classes.  Preschool and kindergarten materials are available for home-study only.  Materials are distributed in September and collected for review twice a year, winter and spring.  Review of preschool and kindergarten materials is optional.

The norm of the Archdiocese of Denver is for children to receive the Sacrament of 1st Reconciliation in 2nd grade, and the Sacraments of Confirmation and 1st Holy Communion in 3rd grade at the same Mass.  Children in grades 4-8 may also receive these sacraments through Family Faith Formation.  Unbaptized children ages 7 and older are also welcome.  For baptism of a child under the age of 7 call the parish office.

This program, unique with its flexible schedule, is designed for parents who wish to more intentionally teach their children the faith and help them live it well before, during, and after their initial reception of sacraments. We believe that the stronger the parent/child engagement in the faith, the more effectively children will mature into authentic disciples of Jesus Christ.

“Train the young in the way they should go; even when old, they will not swerve from it.”
— Proverbs 22:6

Our Goal

The goal of Family Faith Formation is to help families deepen their love for Jesus Christ through encountering Him in the sacramental life of the Church, in family prayer, in the Truths of our Catholic Faith, and in a communion of life and love with God and neighbor.

“Therefore, you shall love the LORD, your God, with your whole heart, and with your whole being, and with your whole strength. Take to heart these words which I command you today. Keep repeating them to your children. Recite them when you are at home and when you are away, when you lie down and when you get up.”
— Deuteronomy 6:5-7


The monthly support class for parents and children in grades 1-8 meet on Sunday after the Noon Mass from 1:15-2:45pm:

• September 15, 2019 • December 8, 2019 • March 8, 2020

• October 13, 2019 • January 12, 2020 • April 19, 2020

• November 10, 2019 • February 9, 2020 • May 17, 2020


*Contact our parish office for the FORMED.org access code!

Registration, for Christ the King parishioners, is at our parent meetings (choose one) on Sundays after the Noon Mass from 1:15-2:00pm in Ballard Hall:

• October 6, 2019

Family Fee:

• $85.00 through July 31st

• $100.00 August 1st-August 30th

• $115.00 after August 30th

• No family fee for Catechists!

• $85.00 family fee for Substitutes!

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Roberta Marsh

Faith Formation Coordinator

Roberta is our Faith Formation Coordinator. Please contact her at the 303-388-1643 ext. 204 and introduce yourself and your family!




Our parish offers a catechetical program to prepare all parents to become the first and best teachers of their children in the ways of the faith. Godparents are invited to attend this process of preparation alongside the parents. All are welcome to inquire about this process at our parish!

Parents should contact the parish at which they regularly attend and worship for baptism preparation. If you do not reside in Christ The King’s parish boundaries we ask that you receive permission from your home parish to have us celebrate the sacrament with you.

We invite you to call the parish office at 303-388-1643 ext. 204 for more information and to register for the class.

Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults

Do you know of a family member or friend who has expressed an interest in the Catholic Faith and thinking about coming into the Church? Are you desiring baptism, or baptized in another Christian faith and feel the Lord’s pull into the Catholic Church?  Are you a baptized Catholic and would like to complete your sacraments of initiation?  If the answer is “yes” to any of these, contact us to see if the RCIA process is for you. 

We begin on Sunday, September 22nd. For more information or to register contact:

Roberta Marsh, Faith Formation Coordinator rmarsh@christthekingdenver.org or 303-388-1643 ext. 204

Holy Eucharist

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

Restored Order

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.



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.

Our Pastor recently held a Q & A session on the Sacrament of Confession. We invite you to listen to it below:

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. 


Holy Matrimony

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.

Holy Orders

If you are discerning a vocation please call the Parish office at 303-388-1643 or contact Father Gregory for guidance.

Please continue praying for more vocations to the priesthood and religious life! 

Christ The King Parish Ministries

Liturgical Ministries

Altar Servers - after their First Communion children who can serve with reverence and attentiveness help clergy during Mass. 

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion - If you would like to help with distributing the Eucharist and taking it to those in hospitals, nursing homes or home-bound please consider this ministry!

Safe Sanctuary - is responsible for providing a safe, coordinated and worry-free atmosphere for us to worship. They greet people as they come to Mass and assist during the Mass by helping to find the seat, taking the collection and passing out bulletins, among other responsibilities.

Lectors - proclaim 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.


Faith Formation

Opening The Word - Join us Thursday mornings after the 8:00 AM Morning Mass for a Bible study on the upcoming Sunday readings. We meet by the Mary, Queen of Mercy Chapel and coffee/breakfast items are served to all who join us! Call the parish office at 303-388-1643 ext. 204 for more information.

Religious Education - We welcome all families to join our Family Faith Formation program (1st - 8th grades). For more information click here.

RCIA - The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is the process to welcome all those who have reached the age of reason and want to become part of the Catholic Church. Meets on Sunday mornings. Call the parish office at 303-388-1643 ext. 204 for more information.

Men's Group - Men looking to deepen their understanding of the Catholic Faith and to come together in fellowship. We meet weekly, contact the parish office for more information!


Eucharistic Adoration - Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is available 8:30 AM — 9:00 PM each Thursday in the "Mary, Queen of Mercy Chapel".

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”. 

 First Saturdays of the Month also called the Act of Reparation to the Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary is a Catholic devotion which, according to Sister Lucia of Fatima, was requested by the Virgin Mary in the apparition at Pontevedra, Spain, in December, 1925.

 It has been approved by the Church.

730 AM - Confessions  8:00 AM - Mass 8:30 AM - Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament & Recitation of the Rosary




Community Sunday - Fellowship and refreshments are available after each Mass on the first Sunday of the month and Cheese and Wine after the Saturday Vigil Mass.

Food and Needed Articles Drives - We collect non-perishable food items and needed articles (school supplies, shoes, coats, blankets, undies, diapers, prepare sandwiches, on the designated Sunday weekends for various organizations and ministries around the Denver area. 

Helping Hands - Helping Hands serves the various needs of our home-bound, 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 (and Bishop Machebeuf High-school; this particular Council) with various projects to support those in need. Meets monthly on the 3rd Thursday of the months at 7 PM.


Questions about any ministries? 

Call the Parish Office at 303-388-1643 today!





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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.

Weekly Bulletins

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 our most recent homilies below!