Christ the King is blessed to be a thriving parish with many groups and studies offered! If you would like help navigating the many groups and ministries we have available, please call the parish office and we’ll be happy to to assist you. For information about faith formation for children in grades K-8, click here. For youth programming offered to grades 6-12, click here. Additional groups for adults can be found on our Faith Enrichment page.
Join our parish book study, which meets on the first Wednesday of the month at 6:00pm. See the bulletin or check the website calendar for the book title of the month! For more information, contact Marsha Kearney at 813.728.6475.
Seniors citizens meet one Tuesday a month, 10:15 to 11:45am for exercise, prayer, entertainment and lunch. Transportation available upon request. For more information contact Clare Bennett at 813.956.6874.
CMM – Young Catholics Ministry on Mabry
Are you a young adult? Would you like to connect with other Catholics your age? We invite young adults (21 & up) to join us to socialize and grow in faith, all while having a good time! See our Facebook page for a list of upcoming events. For more information, email CMM@CTK-Tampa.org.
CTK Celebrates Life
CTK Celebrates Life is a new ministry focused on celebrating and sharing the beauty of life in its most precious stage. We are a group of families, young adults, and individuals passionate about promoting the gift of life within our own homes, parish and broader community. For more information, contact Ashley Russell by email.
O.W.L.S. (Older Wiser Livelier Set)
This group for seniors meets the second Tuesday of the month in the afternoon for fellowship and bingo. For more information contact Irma Capaz at 813.223.2007.
Parents are invited to experience a full day retreat on Saturday, February 15, 2020. “Raising Catholic Kids in a Messy World” will be led by Mike and Alicia Hernon, faithful Catholic parents and hosts of the “The Messy Family” podcast. Space is limited, click here for details and registration!
Purl and Prayer
Do you knit, crochet or quilt? We make small blankets for babies baptized at CTK, and also small hats for High Risk Hope (supports high risk pregnancies). Purl and Prayer meets the second and fourth Friday, 10:30am to 12:00pm, though we welcome help from those who knit on their own time! For more information contact Terry Boehm at 813.876.5841, ext. 2233 or email.
Rosary Makers & Junior Rosary Makers
Making rosaries for those in need in our parish community and for missions around the world. No experience needed and supplies are provided! Rosary Makers meet the last Thursday of the month, 1:45 to 2:45pm. For more information contact Carol-Ann Puleo at 813.417.1916. Junior Rosary Makers is open to those in grades 8 – 12 and meets monthly on a Sunday (late morning). For more information, text Gina at 813.538.2885.
This meets the first Sunday of the month following 5:30pm Mass to go out for dinner and fellowship. For more information call Anne at 813.230.3661.
Everyone is invited to enjoy FREE coffee, doughnuts and fellowship after Sunday morning Mass in the St. Michael Courtyard, mid-August through May. See the parish calendar for dates, we hope you’ll join us!
There are many ways to volunteer your time to the church. Visit our Parish Involvement page to learn more!
Friday Men’s Faith Study
Join CTK Men’s Faith Study every Friday Morning at 7:00 a.m. Please Contact Kevin Gaffney at email@example.com for more information on the next gathering.
Saturday Morning Men’s Bible Study
The Saturday morning Men’s Bible Study meets every Saturday at 7:00 a.m. Please Contact John B. at 813.505.5398 for more information regarding the next meeting.
Society of St. Joseph
September 15 | 6:00 a.m. | Mcloughlin Center | Contact Bryan Kynkor firstname.lastname@example.org
Join 100+ men for fellowship as we engage in course material and discussion, deepen our faith and strengthen our roles as leaders in our families, at the workplace, and in the parish community, modeling ourselves after the great St. Joseph.
The Society of St. Joseph is pleased to present: “ Into The Breach”. In the past two decades, more that 14 million Catholics have left the faith. In the face of these losses, Catholic men are called to put aside any hesitation to live a life of mission. We must enter into the breach. To step into the breach requires every man to have faith and take action. The Into the Breach series challenges men to seek greatness and to be heroically virtuous, to have a character marked by goodness and truth, strength and courage. “Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another” (Proverbs 27:17). Through shared experience and small group discussion, men build a brotherhood through Into the Breach, strengthening them in their mission as disciples.
Annual Men’s Retreat
Our 20th annual men’s retreat is scheduled for February 21 – 23, 2020 at the Bethany Center in Lutz. Visit the Men’s Retreat page for more information. Contact Kevin Gaffney by email with questions.
Faith & Ale
Food, drink and camaraderie for men from across the Diocese, the third Thursday of the month, 6:oo to 8:00pm. For the complete schedule or to register, visit www.faithandaletb.org. For more information contact Mike Callahan by email.
Knights of Columbus
An international fraternal and service organization of Catholic men. For more information contact Frank Gehrki by email.
Thursday Women’s Bible Study
Our Thursday Women’s Bible study will be meeting every Thursday morning in the Mary martha Center. Please contact Cathy Hodge (813 240-1421 / email@example.com) for more details. And, of course, please invite others to join us!
Annual Women’s Retreat
Our annual women’s retreat is scheduled for November 13 – 15, 2020 at the Bethany Center in Lutz. Details will be posted on our Retreats page once available. Contact Katie Holland by email with questions.
Our Women’s Retreat is currently full and a waitlist has started. We have a Virtual retreat option: for more information please contact Katie Holland.
Council of Catholic Women (CCW)
CTK Council of Catholic Women is open to all women of the parish, young and old! This group of 200 women is comprised of ‘Circles’ – each has its own officers, meetings, charitable projects, and social events. Learn more by visiting CCW’s website. For more information, leave a voicemail at 813.530.5934 or email.
Harvest Festival | November 1st | Please see the bulletin for more details.
Saint Monica’s Mothers (Moms Group)
Our mission is to provide moms with spiritual refreshment and connect with other sisters in faith in an environment that is relaxed and welcoming. All moms are invited to join us Wednesdays during the school year, 9:30 to 11:00am in the Youth Center. The nursery is available! For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.