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Registration and Parishioner Status

Please make Christ Our King your parish by completing the online registration form or filling out a paper registration card.  The online form can be found by clicking here.  Cards can be found in the rear of the church or by visiting the Parish Office in the Life Center.


It has become a general procedure that statements testifying to the active, participating, contributing status of an individual be provided for those wishing to be sacramental sponsors or receive parishioner rates for Catholic school tuition.  We cannot issue such statements if you are not a registered and active member of Christ Our King.  You must use the offertory envelopes provided to registered parishioners to verify your active status.

Please click here for more information.

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The envelope system helps the Parish Office to determine a household's parishioner status (active or inactive). Weekly envelopes in the Sunday collection basket indicate regular Mass attendance.


Parishioners who donate electronically should place an empty envelope in the collection basket, checking the box labeled "online giving." Should a parishioner come to Mass without an envelope, he/she may use a blue supplementary envelope (available in the church narthex).

More information here.


Becoming a Catholic

Are you interested in becoming a Catholic? Are you looking to complete your Christian Initiation? Please visit for more info on the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults or contact Deacon Brian Justice:

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Preschool Registration


2 yr-olds: Tu/Th from 8:30 am - 11:45 am 

3 yr-olds: M/W/F from 8:30 am - 11:45 am

For more information.


To register, please submit:

1. Completed registration form

2. Verified parishioner status (contact Parish Office Manager,

3. Copy of the child's birth certificate

4. $50 registration fee


Contact Preschool Director with questions:

Kathy Jones

843-870-2008 or 

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Marriage, Divorce, and the Church

Questions about Marriage? Convalidation? Family Life? Divorce? Annulment? Looking for resources and support? Visit, sponsored by the USCCB.

Additional USCCB resources:

Marriage: Love and Life in the Divine Plan

Homosexuality: Pastoral Care and Church Teaching

US Catholic Catechism for Adults

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Dispensation from Mass Attendance

Special dispensation from the Sunday obligation to attend Mass remains in effect for those who are: 

  1. Considered "high risk" due to underlying conditions

  2. Exhibiting flu-like symptoms

  3. Likely to be contagious with COVID or influenza

  4. Sick, homebound, or infirmed

  5. Pregnant

  6. 65 years of age or older 

  7. Cannot attend Mass through no fault of their own

  8. Unable to attend due to fear of infection


The Bishop recommends the wearing of masks but acknowledges that those who have been fully vaccinated are not required to do so.


The Bishop strongly recommends that eligible Catholics receive a vaccination as soon as possible. He reminds us that it is not sinful in any way to receive any of the three COVID-19 vaccines.


Full contents of the Bishop's letter:

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Suspension of Nursery and Childcare

Until further notice, due to health and safety concerns related to COVID-19, the Nursery and Child Care programs previously offered during Masses have been suspended.


Help for Families

A list of resources for families seeking assistance during this time of COVID-19.  Compiled by the local St. Vincent de Paul Society.  Click here

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Weekend Mass

November 20-22

Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe

Masks recommended.

9:30 AM Sunday Mass is broadcast live at 9:30 AM Mass broadcast is later uploaded to the parish YouTube channel here.

Parish News


Parish Advent Retreat via Zoom

Advent is a season of prayer and renewal. Consider spending an hour each week in guided reflection on  Advent readings. 


Wednesdays of Advent

Dec 1, 8, 15, 22 

7:00 PM until 8:00 PM


Presented by Certified Catholic Spiritual Directors:

Sr. Donna Laureau, OLM

Marilyn Mauriello

Carole Nicolini

Email Carole Nicolini by Nov 28 to receive a Zoom link.


Thanksgiving Day Mass

The word eucharist means "to give thanks." Let the Holy Eucharist be a part of your Thanksgiving Day. Attend Mass and bring non-perishable food items to donate to the needy. 


Thursday Nov 25

9:00 AM

There is no 7:00 AM Mass on Thanksgiving Day.


Friday Mass Cancelled

There will be no 7:00 AM Mass on Friday Nov 26. Please pray for vocations to the priesthood.


Servers Needed

●    Are you in the 4th grade or higher?
●    Would you like to help the priest and deacon?
●    Do you want to meet other servers?

​●    Would you like to have important things to do at special Masses like the Easter Vigil and Confirmation?


Email Deacon Brian Justice for more information.


Renovation Update

The Diocese of Charleston's Building and Renovation Advisory Committee completed an initial review of Renovation Proposals A & B. The Committee will provide Fr. Spencer with written feedback. 


Visit webpage for information about the project, including proposals, renderings, and Q & A.

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Giving Tuesday

The Tuesday after Thanksgiving is Giving Tuesday. On this day of charitable giving, please consider supporting Christ Our King by:

  • Boosting your weekend offering for Nov. 27-28. 

  • Giving via Venmo

  • Giving via WeShare

  • Mailing a check to the Parish Office


Consider supporting additional Catholic causes by visiting the Diocese of Charleston's iGiveCatholic webpage at


Thank You!

Thank you to the parishioners who helped to beautify our Altar Park and Way of the Cross Garden on Oct 30 and Nov 13. Your service is appreciated!

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Spiritual Direction

Looking for spiritual direction? Inquire now about meeting with a certified spiritual director at COK.  Embark on a new spiritual journey. Look closely at your life, and in contemplation, begin to recognize God’s presence and grace.  



Dir of Adult Faith Formation and Spiritual Direction

  • Marilyn Mauriello (201-602-0776)

Certified Spiritual Director

  • Carole Nicolini  (843-860-2611)

Certified Spiritual Director


Please include name, email address, and phone number. 

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Choirs and Bells

The Adult Choir, Children's Choir, Scholas, and the King's Ringers have resumed. Email Scott Atwood for more information.


Weekly Collection & Tithe

The collection for the weekend of Nov 13-14 was  $35,085, of which, $7,960 was given electronically. Your generosity is appreciated. 

Christ Our King tithes 10% of each weekend collection to worthy charities suggested by parishioners or to special collections sponsored by the Diocese. 

Last weekend's tithe recipient was Mepkin Abbey.


Visit Stewardship & Tithing webpage for examples of past tithe recipients and additional information. 


Email Tracy Buchman if you have a charity you would like to nominate for a future tithe.

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Emmaus Men's Retreat

Invest 48 hours in becoming a better husband, father, son, brother, friend, and Catholic. Save the dates:

4 PM Friday Feb 4 through 4 PM Sunday Feb 6.

More information.

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Grief and Bereavement

The holiday season can be difficult — especially for those who are grieving.


Email Marie Donnelly to receive resources and guidance for the bereaved.

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Sunday Scripture Study

Discussion of the Sunday readings follows the 9:30 AM Mass in Russell House (adjacent to the Beach House).

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Prayer List and Mass Intentions


The Parish Prayer List and Mass Intentions are posted in the glass display outside the entrance to the church.


Confession Schedule


Confessions are heard on Saturday mornings from 8:30 until 9:30 and on Saturday afternoons from 3:45 until 4:30. Confessions may also be heard by appointment.

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Catholic Scouting

Boy Scouts Catholic Religious Awards classes begin soon.


The Ad Altare Dei program is for Scouts who have completed the 6th grade. This program focuses on the Sacraments of the Catholic faith. 


The Pope Pius XII program is for Boy Scouts and Venture Scouts who are at least 15 years old.


Meets twice a month, Sundays from Noon until 1:30 PM at COK.


Email Stasi Gormley or Email Patti Zimmerman for more information. 

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Young Adults (18-35 yrs old)

Looking to draw closer to Christ through faith sharing, scripture study, prayer, and fellowship? COK Young Adults gather weekly at the Beach House, Thursday evenings at 7 o'clock.


Email Cara Lawley for more information.

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Centering Prayer


Centering Prayer is a method of Christian meditation which places a strong emphasis on interior silence. It begins with a video excerpt prepared by Contemplative Outreach. A period of silent prayer follows.


Mon-Sat at 9 AM & Weds at 5 PM (duration: 20 minutes)

Thurs & Fri at 1:30 PM (Keating's Spiritual Journey series)


Email Lola Reilly for Zoom link.

Diocese and Beyond

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Christmas Trees & Wreaths

COK-SM School is proud to offer fresh North Carolina Blue Ribbon Frasier Fir Christmas Trees. The Knights of Columbus will also be offering beautiful, fresh wreaths.

Friday Nov 26, Noon until 9 PM

Monday Nov 29 – Thursday Dec 2, 3 PM until 8 PM
Friday Dec 3, 3 PM until  9 PM
Saturday Dec 4, 9 AM – 8 PM
Sunday Dec 5, 1 PM – 7 PM 

Open daily until sold out

Corner of Camellia Drive & Coleman Blvd. (Field beside COK-SM School)


Your purchase supports our school and the Knights of Columbus!

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Synod 2021-2023

Pope Francis has convened a synod that will run from October 2021 to October 2023. Its theme is “For a Synodal Church: Communion, Participation and Mission.” 

The synod will begin locally in each diocese, then move to a continental phase, and finally, conclude with an assembly with the Synod of Bishops in Rome.

The faithful throughout the Diocese of Charleston are invited to participate via survey. Data collected will be summarized in an Executive Report to be shared with the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

Complete the survey

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Catholic Stewardship

November e-Bulletin of the International Catholic Stewardship Council. 

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Bishop's Annual Appeal

As stewards of God’s gifts, you are asked to support the needs of our diocese through your prayers. You are also asked to share your gifts and talents by participating in parish or diocesan ministries. Finally, all members of our diocese are invited to grow in generosity by making a sacrificial gift to the Bishop’s Annual Appeal. 


Gifts to the Bishop's Annual Appeal help to sustain Catholic schools and parishes, Catholic Charities, and programs of religious education, campus ministry, vocations, and respect for life. 

Visit webpage for more information.

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News from BEHS

For 67 years, the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) has recognized the intellectual talents of students across the nation.  Each year over 1.5 million high school students enter this program by taking the Preliminary SAT (PSAT).  Less than one percent of U.S. high school seniors are recognized as semifinalists with only four percent earning the commended student status.  Bishop England High School is proud to announce four of its students who have earned this prestigious recognition:  Matthew Fishburne - Semifinalist, McKenna Young - Semifinalist, Caitlin Keffer - Commended, and Mackenzie Penton - Commended.

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Mobile Pregnancy Center

Pro-Life Charleston is proud to be establishing the Holy City Mobile Pregnancy Center with sonogram services for women experiencing unplanned pregnancies. 


Volunteers are needed, including ultrasound tech/nurses, drivers, greeters (English & Spanish). Assistance needed with prayer, scheduling, routes, fundraising, communications, cleaning, RV maintenance, and RV storage location. Program director needed.


Visit YouTube Channel 

Email Malcolm Brennan for more information.

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Marriage Encounter

Is your marriage bearing great fruit?  Find out how to have a fruitful marriage by participating in the next Worldwide Marriage Encounter weekend, Jan 28-30, in North Myrtle Beach, SC. Early sign up is recommended.


Visit website or Email organizers for more information.

Phone: 803-810-9602

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Pregnancy Support

Are you pregnant and in need of help? Two local pregnancy care centers provide services free of charge. 


Birthright of Charleston (843) 556-4403 offers pregnancy tests, maternity/baby supplies and emotional support.


Lowcountry Pregnancy Center (843) 553-3505 offers pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, STD tests, counseling and more.