Students at Christ the King School have many opportunities to live and celebrate their Christian Faith.
Mass & Prayer Services
Students at Christ the King have many opportunities to plan and participate in liturgy. There are individual class masses, celebrated in the side chapel, where students get to interact directly with Fr. Clore. There are also all-school masses and prayers services celebrating Holy Days, such as Ash Wednesday, and important themes such as Justice.
Students from Preschool to 8th grade learn about the importance of helping people in need through school service projects. In-school projects include our annual canned food drive, Thanksgiving baskets, sponsoring a family for Christmas, Lenten rice bowls, and writing notes of encouragement to diners at St. Christine’s Soup Kitchen. The older students are also involved in off-site volunteer experiences such as working at St. Christine’s Soup Kitchen and Food Pantry and participating in the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.
Other Religion Activities
In addition to religion classes, liturgies and service projects, students at CK have many other opportunities to learn more about their faith. Church tours, a Seder meal, stations of the cross, a living rosary, and the 8th grade retreat are just a few examples of religious activities at Christ the King.