“And the King will answer them, ‘ Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brethren, you did it to me.’” -Matthew 25:40
Serve is where you can exercise the gifts and passions that God has placed in your heart. Do you have a gift for listening and accompanying others during their struggles? The Stephen Ministry might be a great place for you to serve. Do you play an instrument and long to serve the Lord with that gift? Consider joining the Liturgy Team. Do you have a heart for those struggling with food insecurity or lack of medical care? Consider volunteering at Hope Clinic. Whatever gifts God has given you, we are dedicated to helping you use them!
Through the Stephen Ministry, trained and supervised parishioners provide one-to-one Christian care to individuals facing life challenges or difficulties. Stephen Ministers are not counselors: they are trained caregivers. Their role is to listen and care and share God’s love – not to give advice or counsel. If you’re interested in either becoming a Stephen Minister or receiving care, please email email@example.com.
Helping Hands Ministry volunteers help with a wide variety of tasks such as Lawn care, Transportation to appointments, church, etc., Light housekeeping/laundry, meals and much more! If you’re interested in serving or in receiving services go to Helping Hands.
Have you been sensing the desire to pray with others for spiritual or physical healing? Do you have a desire to grow in this area? Contact us about how to learn more about Prayer Ministry.
At Christ the King we strongly support education on life issues. This group exists to educate CTK parishioners through various means on all Pro-Life causes. More information coming soon!
Interested in serving as reader, extraordinary minister, sacristan, usher, adult servers, youth servers. We’d love to have you consider joining us on the Liturgy Team. Join us!
Are you a current Liturgy Team member with a schedule question? Sign into Ministry Scheduler Pro to see your current schedule or request a sub.
Questions? Email Liturgy Coordinator Peter Vanicelli.