• Mass schedule and sign-ups for October 24-25

    The schedule and sign-up links for Masses for this weekend, October 24-25, are at the end of this announcement. We will be celebrating Mass according to the following guidelines: 1.  Attendance will be limited to 30% of our church capacity; i.e., no more than 300 people may attend each Mass. Bishop Boyea has extended the… Read more

  • Want to have your home blessed?

    Dcn. Larry and Dcn. Pete are available to come to your home to bless it. To schedule a time, please contact Dcn. Larry (dcnlarry@ctkcc.net) or Dcn. Pete (dcnpete@ctkcc.net).

  • RCIA Catechist Formation starts Nov. 1

    Are you passionate about bringing people into the Catholic Faith? Then join us for RCIA Catechist Formation! Two years ago we adapted RCIA to an individualized format to give even greater care to the personal faith development of each inquirer. As each RCIA inquirer is paired with a catechist, their spiritual life is supported and… Read more

  • Join us for Upper Room Live Online!

    This Friday, Oct. 23, join Peter Herbeck, Fr. Ed Fride, and Dan Dirkes for a powerful night of praise and worship at Upper Room. All ages are welcome to join us for praise & worship, exhortation, and Eucharistic Adoration in person or online. It all begins this Friday night at 7:30 pm! To join us… Read more

  • Follow-up to proposal regarding the Catholic Community of Flint

    The following letter was sent by email to CTK parishioners on Friday, Oct. 16, 2020, from Bill Pressprich on behalf of the Senior Leadership Team as a follow-up on the proposal to adopt the Catholic Community of Flint as a sister parish. It contains additional details about the proposal, as well as a novena prayer… Read more

  • Priorities at the Polls

    Recently, Archbishop Joseph Naumann, Chair of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee on Pro-Life Activities, wrote an excellent short article, “Priorities at the Polls.” It provides a brief overview of Catholics’ responsibilities to protect and defend human life as we approach the polls. It explains why the U.S. bishops recently affirmed, “The threat of… Read more

  • Eucharistic Adoration hours extended, Adorers needed!

    Eucharistic Adoration at Christ the King is now taking place from 9 am to 9 pm, seven days a week, in the Bishop Povish Room in the church. Seats are spaced to allow adequate room for social distancing. Face masks are also required. Please drop in whenever you like between 9 am and 9 pm… Read more

  • New Sunday Mass Option: Livestream in the Gym with singing!

    For many Christ the King parishioners, the most difficult part of the COVID restrictions has been not being able to sing at Mass. So, after consulting with Bishop Boyea, beginning Sunday, Oct. 18, we will be livestreaming the 9 am Mass in the Gym. Those who choose to attend Mass in the Gym will be… Read more

  • Women’s Prayer Meetings resuming online!

    Attention, Women of the Parish! We handle life better when we let God handle our life. Isn’t that becoming very real this year?? The Monthly Women’s Prayer Meetings are resuming, but in a slightly different format. They will be online only for the next few(?) months. The next prayer meeting will be Monday, Oct. 19,… Read more

  • Mass for Children Lost during Pregnancy and Birth

    If you have lost a child during pregnancy, your loss and grief are real. On Sunday, Nov. 15, the 11 am Mass will be a memorial for all children lost during pregnancy and birth. We warmly invite you to come. Anyone is welcome, regardless of the circumstances of your pregnancy or loss.  Since we will… Read more

  • Fourth Sunday of Advent 2018

    Note: Due to early bulletin deadlines, this column does not appear in the Dec. 23, 2018 bulletin. “He shall stand firm and shepherd His flock by the strength of the LORD!” {Stewardship of Treasure II} Who do you trust? There are people in our lives that we have learned to trust because we have experienced them… Read more

  • Preparing for Mass

    Note: This is the first of a series of five columns on the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. The accompanying homily for the 14th Sunday in Ordinary Time is available to listen to online by clicking here. “Our eyes are fixed on the Lord, pleading for His mercy!” The Psalms contain a very beautiful section… Read more

  • Second Sunday of Advent: A voice cries out!

    “A voice cries out: In the desert prepare the way of the LORD!” In the Gospel for this Sunday, the beginning of the Gospel of Mark, we are again introduced to the great Saint of God, St. John the Baptist. He is that voice crying out in the wilderness, a voice that we are called… Read more

  • First Sunday of Advent: Watch!

    Note: Fr. Ed’s homily for the First Sunday of Advent is now available online! Click here to listen. “Ready or not, here I come!” How often did we use that phrase while growing up, indicating that the seeker was now going after the hidden! This is the theme that will dominate Advent, as we hear… Read more

  • Solemnity of Christ the King

    Note:  Fr. Ed’s homily for the Solemnity of Christ the King is now available online! Click here to listen. “The Lord is my Shepherd, there is nothing I shall want” It was a time when many different ideologies were vying for dominance in the heart of man, supplanting the role and place of the King of… Read more

  • 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time: The Ten Virgins

    “Stay awake, for you know neither the day nor the hour…” The story of the ten virgins (Matthew 25:1-13) highlights what can be a common experience for many of us:  we know something very important is about to happen but we don’t exactly know when. At Christ the King this is a common occurrence, e.g.,… Read more

  • 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time: The Seat of Moses

    Note:  Fr. Ed’s homily for the 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time is now available online! Click here to listen. “They sit in the seat of Moses, so do what they say…” It is a common approach to disregard what people say if their actions are not consistent with the values they articulate. In the common parlance,… Read more

  • 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time: The Greatest Commandment

    Note:  Fr. Ed’s homily for the 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time is now available online! Click here to listen. “The whole Law and the Prophets depend on these two Commandments.” The rabbis, in articulating the commandments of the Scriptures, have come up with a number traditionally valued at 613, the Taryag Mitzvot. (“Mitzvot” is simply the… Read more

  • 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time: What belongs to God?

    Note: Fr. Ed’s homily for the 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time is now available online! Click here to listen. “Repay to Caesar what is Caesar’s and to God what belongs to God.” This is one of the most complex statements in the New Testament. Oceans of ink have been spilled trying to explain exactly what it means…. Read more

  • 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time: My friend had a vineyard…

    Note: Fr. Ed’s homily for the 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time is now available online! Click here to listen. “My friend had a vineyard on a fertile hillside….” The parables in the first reading and the Gospel both begin in the same way, describing how the Holy One of Israel created a vineyard for Himself. But… Read more

  • Forms and Resources

    Church Membership Registration Form

    Religious Education Registration Forms

    Low Gluten Procedure

    Baptism Registration Forms and Guidelines

    Church Layout

    Parish Center Layout

    Prayer Meeting Schedule

    Event Calendar

    Room Scheduling Information

    To request space for an event at Christ the King, please download the following documents by clicking on the links below:

    2020-2021 Room Request Form:  – Microsoft Word document;  – Fillable PDF form

    Please use the 2020-2021 Room Request Form, not earlier versions. The Room Request form is available as either a Microsoft Word document or as a fillable PDF form.

    Liturgical Use Form

    The Liturgical Use form, if needed, is a Microsoft Word document.

    2020 Scheduling Packet

    The 2020 Scheduling Packet contains other important information, including COVID-19 guidelines. Note:  Although the scheduling packet refers to the annual “Scheduling Event,” the information in the packet is still applicable to those requesting rooms at other times of the year.

    Please save and email the completed form(s) to the office at scheduling@ctkcc.net.

    Please note: Due to the current situation with COVID-19, scheduled events may need to be cancelled or postponed.

    For more information, please call 734-929-0975 or email scheduling@ctkcc.net. Thank you!


    More Resources and Information

    Looking for creative ways to support the parish financially?

    We’ve gathered some resources all in one place in the finance section of our Stewardship page or contact Director of Operations Ken Bogan (734-929-0989 or kbogan@ctkcc.net).


    Songs In His Presence

    Songs In His Presence publishes music from Christ the King! To learn more, go to SongsInHisPresence.com.

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