Adoration Chapel

The Church and the world have a great need of eucharistic worship. Jesus waits for us in this sacrament of love. Let us be generous with our time in going to meet Him in adoration and in contemplation that is full of faith and ready to make reparation for the great faults and crimes of the world. May our adoration never cease. – Pope St. John Paul II

The Christ the King Adoration Chapel is open 24/7

Inclement Weather Policy

For the safety of our Committed Adorers, some of whom drive quite a distance to fulfill their commitment, we close the Adoration Chapel when inclement weather is predicted. Call 734-665-5040, option 5, Special Announcements Line, for cancellation or weather-related news.

If you have questions or need help, please email: or call (734) 215-5470

Frequently Asked Questions!

A: No! You can choose between a one-time-only commitment or a commitment that recurs weekly.

A: Yes! Anyone is welcome to come and adore the Lord any time that the Chapel is open. However, it does help us when we have people who are designated as “committed adorer.” We cannot leave the Blessed Sacrament unattended, therefore committed adorers are vital for the operation of the Adoration Chapel. Your commitment allows the Chapel to be open so that others can come and pray.

A: We Adore Him, our Adoration scheduling software, has a substitute request function. This makes it easy for users to get substitutes when necessary! In addition, our preference is to have two committed adorers for each hour. This means that you have an adoration partner who you can reach out to if you know you can’t make it. If your partner can be there, you’re all set!

A: The Adoration Chapel is locked during the overnight hours. A passcode is required to enter the Chapel at that time. In addition, there is a phone on the wall that can be used in case of an emergency.

Absolutely! In fact, we encourage you to pray in our chapel! 

A: Adorers are encouraged to make a one-time commitment anytime! You can log into the website and click on any open spot to commit for just that hour. Also, we encourage you to consider making a group commitment! Are you involved in a ministry or a small group? Consider committing as a team–if you have five people in your small group, the group would commit to the weekly hour, but each person would only go once every five weeks. (If you need help with the logistics of this in our system, let us know!)

A: Of course! Here at Christ the King, we want to encourage the development of Eucharistic families. You should feel comfortable bringing your children, even if they have a hard time sitting quietly. If you have small children, consider starting out with short visits. All adorers should be aware of the fact that we welcome families in our Adoration Chapel, even if that means it’s a little noisier. (If you desire a very quiet hour, consider coming in the evening or overnight hours when kids are likely in bed.)

A: Go to to see all available hours and to sign up! There is a tutorial video available on this page for those needing a video walkthrough of the system. You can also sign up via the paper sign up sheets available in the Christ the King Narthex and in the Adoration Chapel. Please be sure to include your contact information.

Sign-up for a Holy Hour!

If you are interested in scheduling time to spend with our Eucharistic Lord please look at our open hours above and click on whichever hour fits into your schedule.

Click here for a tutorial on how to sign up for a one-time or weekly commitment!