MASS TIMES ARE:
Saturday anticipated Mass: 5 pm — Non-High Risk Only
Sunday Masses: 8 am, 10 am — High Risk in the Parish Hall : Non-High Risk in the church.
Sunday afternoon Mass 4:00 pm: Nov. 1 – April 26 — Non- High Risk Only
For those unable to attend, the dispensation from Sunday obligation still holds.
– Incremental opening of public worship is now at 25% capacity. If you choose not to use the SignUp Genius, you can call the office to be included on the selection list: 303-674-3155. As before, you need to be healthy and a person who is not in the high-risk category to attend Mass in the Church.
– A limited number of persons who are in the high-risk category are able to attend either the 8 am or 10 am Mass broadcast in the parish hall, with the Eucharist being brought up at Communion time. Selection for these seats are also through SignUpGenius, please indicate in the comments section when signing up that you are 85 and older or in the high-risk category.
DAILY MASS AVAILABILITY:
We are now celebrating daily Mass, Tuesday through Friday. Mass will start at 9:00 AM. Please note the time change. There will be a limited number of persons, much lower than weekend Masses. This is for the sake of accommodating persons in the high-risk categories. You must be without a fever and without cold/flu symptoms, and we are still wearing face-coverings and keeping 6’ safe-distancing. Selections will go through a simple rotation list, not through SignUpGenius. If you are unable to attend Mass that day, call a friend to take your place. If you are not on the list and would like to be, call the office. More information with details forthcoming soon. Note that the rotation selection will eventually be done by a volunteer, not through the office.
CONFESSIONS TEMPORARILY ARE IN THE PARISH HALL:
Saturdays: 4:00-4:45 pm
Last Wednesday of the month: 6:00-7:00 pm
CTK’s Youth Ministry 2021 program has begun via “Zoom”. Be on the lookout for CtK Youth emails for details. The middle school program will alternate every other week with the high school program.
Online Giving allows you to make contributions to our church without writing checks or worrying about stepping out unnecessarily.
You can set up automatic contributions and change the timing or the amount of your gift at any time. You may make pledges and manage your contributions to the pledge amount, and you may make one-time donations to special causes. Please click on “Create New Account” and complete your initial account registration. Thank you so much for your prayer, action and generosity!
Thank you to everyone for your continued support of Christ the King through such a trying year. Donating to the parish monthly allows us to announce the Gospel, form disciples, and support those in need. We fund local food banks, homeless shelters, struggling parishes/schools and other mission outreaches. We are answering the cry of the needy, thanks to contributors like you.
Money is a unique part of faithful living, which we all struggle with to one degree or another. Whatever our financial status, we are called to steward our resources wisely. One of the best ways to invest our donations is through the local parish, which touches lives directly.
Our donations, as expected, were down considerably last year. We ask for your sustained support so we can continue to fulfill our mission in Christ Jesus. Now is a great time to sign up for monthly online giving.
For those not already accustomed to tithing (giving 10% of one’s income) we ask that you prayerfully consider 5% of that sacrificial income to the parish on a regular basis, and the remainder to other causes. This not only supports the work we do at Christ the King; it sustains the local community and those in need throughout the world. It shows an obedience to God by making divine work a financial priority in our lives.
You are valued members of our parish family. We appreciate your ongoing support on all levels, and want you to know of your significant role in the Church. If you find yourself in need, don’t hesitate to reach out. Someone in the parish family is able to help through prayer and service. Thank you so much for all you do in Jesus’ Name.
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