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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).

Visit the parishioner status webpage for more info.


Becoming a Catholic

Are you interested in becoming a Catholic? Are you looking to complete your Christian Initiation? Visit the RCIA webpage or email Deacon Brian Justice for information about the Rite of Christian Initiation.

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Marriage, Divorce, and the Church

Questions about Marriage? Convalidation? Family Life? Divorce? Annulment? Looking for resources and support? Visit marriage website, 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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Mass Attendance

"Keep Sunday holy" — this is God's commandment. Faithful attendance at Sunday Mass is the foundation of a Catholic upbringing. 


At Christ Our King, it's especially important for families with children enrolled in Christian Formation classes or Catholic School to use parish envelopes weekly as a record of Mass attendance. Sunday Mass attendance is a determining factor for evaluating a child's readiness to receive First Holy Communion or Confirmation. Mass attendance also determines a student's tuition rate at COK-SM School or BEHS.

Read the policy to learn more about Parishioner Status

Parish News

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MS/HS Tournament of Champions

Sunday, January 29th  from 5p-6:45p at COK Beach House. Open to all 6th-12th grade parishioners of Christ Our King. 


Coffee and Donuts

Coffee and donuts will be provided by Family Life and Walking with Moms in Need committee members following the 7:30 am, 9:30 am, and Noon Masses on Sunday, February 5 in Grace Hall.

Shrove (Fat) Tuesday Parish Family Potluck

Save the date!

Tuesday, February 21 from 5p-7p in Grace Hall.

Chicken, beverages, and a craft for the children will be provided. Each family will be asked to bring a dish to share. Sign Up by Friday, February 17!

Parish Retreat

Saturday, February 25 - Wednesday, March 1

Paulist Priest Rev. Frank Desiderio, CSP, will speak at all Masses 2/25-2/26. Sessions will be 10:30 am - 11:30 am and 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm, Monday-Wednesday with opportunities for the Sacrament of Reconciliation following the morning presentations.


Confirmation Retreat and Mass Dates

The Confirmation Retreat will be Saturday, March 25 from 10 am-8 pm.

The Confirmation Mass will be Wednesday, April 19 beginning at 7:00 pm with rehearsal on Tuesday, April 18 at 7:00 pm in the church.

For any questions or concerns, please contact Jonathon Santilli.


Respect Life


JANUARY 19-27, 2023

9 Days for Life is a novena for the protection of human life. Each day’s intention is accompanied by a short reflection and suggested actions to help build a culture of life. 



Annual Report

Interested in the financial health of the parish? Review the Pastor's Letter and Annual Report.

School, Diocese & Beyond

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Application Deadline Extension for Permanent Diaconate Program 

Bishop Jacques Fabre-Jeune, CS, has approved an extension to submit applications for those interested in pursuing the permanent diaconate. Forms must be sent in by March 31, the cutoff date for the next formation class.
Interested individuals should visit the diocesan website link below to confirm that they meet all requirements and ensure they have support from their pastor. Then, request an application from Bobbi Wagner:
Are You Called to the Diaconate?

Once applications have been reviewed, the Diaconate Board will meet with applicants between April and June. Men selected into the formation program will begin their discernment year this September.

Please contact Deacon Regi Armstrong,, or Deacon John Tempesco, with questions.

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National Eucharistic Revival

The dioceses of the United States have embarked upon a  3-year journey of renewal in the form of a National Eucharistic Revival. The goal is to enkindle in the faithful a living relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ in the Holy Eucharist.  

Year One is the Year of Diocesan Revival. Year Two (June 2023-June 2024) is the Year of Parish Revival. Year Three is the Year of the National Eucharistic Congress and Missionary Sending and commences with a National Eucharistic Congress set to take place July 17-21, 2024 in Indianapolis, IN. 

Visit the website for more info.

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Bishop's Annual Appeal 2022

As of July 31, 2022, the BAA had collected more than $3.7 million. Christ Our King has contributed $102,485  towards our goal of $139,173. This represents 74% of our goal from 13% of our registered families.


The BAA provides funding for programs and ministries doing critically important work throughout South Carolina.


Please consider making a pledge. If you have already made a contribution this year, thank you! All gifts are meaningful and deeply appreciated.

Visit webpage to participate.

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Eucharistic Exposition and Adoration

Members of the faithful need to be present, when the Blessed Sacrament is exposed. The Perpetual Adoration Chapel at Blessed Sacrament (West Ashley) is expanding its hours, and volunteers are needed. Please consider signing-up for an hour!

Email Patti Brassington for info or call 843-901-9467

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Marriage Encounter

Looking to rekindle the spark in your marriage? Wanting to nurture your married friendship? Sign-up now for the next Worldwide Marriage Encounter weekend, Jan 27-29, in North Myrtle Beach, SC. Make it a priority! 

Visit website or email organizers for more information.

Phone: 803-810-9602

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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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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.

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Shine a Light

With three billboards and a digital board in the Charleston area, our Respect Life Ministry is ‘shining a light' on the SC Safe Haven Law, which allows mothers in crisis to surrender their infant at a fire station, police station, or hospital.  Your prayers/support are greatly needed and appreciated. For more information Or Call Taylor@843 708 1272

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