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.
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. Thursdays at 9:00 AM.
The Divine Mercy Cenacle meets the 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month to learn about the message of Divine Mercy. They gather to pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet after the 8:00 AM Mass and then have discussion and fellowship in Russell House.
Living the Word is a scripture study group that discusses the Sunday Lectionary readings in relation to issues of daily life and faith. Current events are also explored within the framework of the Church's teaching.
The Men's Hike focuses on helping men to a closer relationship with our Lord by travelling to the mountains of Western North Carolina in the spring and fall of each year and focusing on their love of the Lord. Please click here for more information and registration forms. Coordinator: Jonathan Santilli
Patriarch Men's Group
The Patriarch Men's Group gathers weekly to reflect upon the gospel reading of the day, and to discuss how it can be applied in the lives of men of faith.
Wednesday Wisdom is an ecumenical forum for Christian business people. Gatherings include study and prayer. Discussions focus on living the Christian faith in the workplace and developing a closer personal relationship with the Lord.
Wednesday mornings, 8:30 until 9:30 in the Beach House
The Young Adult Group (men and women, ages 18-35), gathers weekly. They seek to draw closer to the Lord, growing alongside one another in faith, and inviting others to know Christ. Studying scripture and praying as a group, they strive to spread the message of Jesus in all they do. The group provides opportunities for service projects, attending Mass as a group, and socializing. As a community, they want to help the Church to grow and to share the Gospel. Ordinarily, they meet at the Beach House, Monday nights at 7 pm. Because of the pandemic, they now meet via Zoom.