New Singers Welcome! Parish choirs are not auditioned groups. Participation in a choir is based on a singer’s dedication to the group and availability to attend scheduled rehearsals and Masses.

 

Cantors

Cantors support and encourage congregational singing. They also proclaim the Word of God in their role as psalmists. Persons of high school age or older are welcome to serve as cantors, but potential cantors must have at least one year of singing experience with a choir in Christ the King parish or school. New cantors apprentice with experienced cantors and all cantors meet several times each year for on-going formation and skill-building.

 

Name Laura Rau
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Choirs

New Singers Welcome! Parish choirs are not auditioned groups. Participation in a choir is based on a singer’s dedication to the group and availability to attend scheduled rehearsals and Masses.

 

Parish choirs are small communities of people forming relationships with Jesus Christ and each other through dedication to prayer and nurturing of musical ability.

 

St. Nicholas Choir for children in Grades 1 and 2. Singers learn basic singing skills to prepare them to sing together with the Children’s Choir on Christmas Eve and Easter Sunday. More info here

 

Christ the King Children’s Choir for children in Grades 3 – 8. Singers develop foundational skills in singing, music, and worship. The Children’s Choir and the Christ the King Choir are the primary choirs for parish celebrations of Sundays, Solemnities, and Sacraments. More info here

 

Christ the King Choir for High School Youth and Adults. Rehearsing and singing for Masses together, each age group will develop age-appropriate skills and knowledge of singing, music literacy, and worship. The Christ the King Choir and the Children’s Choir are the primary choirs for parish celebrations of Sundays, Solemnities, and Sacraments. More info here

 

Ladies’ Funeral Choir for Women of the Parish. This choir supports and encourages congregational singing at funeral Masses celebrated in Christ the King church. This choir also sings for the 6 pm Mass on All Souls’ Day, November 2.

 

New Singers Welcome! Parish choirs are not auditioned groups. Participation in a choir is based on a singer’s dedication to the group and availability to attend scheduled rehearsals and Masses.

Name Laura Rau
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Phone 402-391-3624

All Catholic students from Christ the King School and Religious Education classes in grades six through eight are eligible to be servers. Altar servers serve Sunday Masses and daily Masses each week, plus weddings and funerals. They also serve for seasonal liturgical celebrations.

 

Contact

Ashley Johnson
391-3606, Ext. 200

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Lectors proclaim the Word of God in Scripture during Mass. Lectors serve by appointment of the pastor. They participate in a training program and are mandated by the Archbishop.

Contact

Parish Office
402-391-3606

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Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion (EMHC) serve by appointment of the pastor. They participate in a training program and are mandated by the Archbishop. Once mandated, they may participate in distribution at Mass, to hospitals, and/or to the homebound.

Contact

Parish Office

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Ushers escort and seat people in the Church, take up the collection, direct the lines of communicants, and distribute bulletins at the end of Mass. Persons of high school age and older are welcome to serve as ushers. Ushers also serve at funerals during the week.

Contact

Rod Mach

402-397-0227

Arrangements may be made at the rectory to have a Mass offered for your intention. The living and the deceased may be remembered in this way. Mass Intentions are published in the parish bulletin. Mass cards are provided at the rectory.

Contact

Gretchen Mack
391-3606, Ext. 202

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The Rosary is prayed Monday through Friday following the 8:15 a.m. Mass and preceding the 12:10 p.m. Mass at 11:45 a.m. On Saturdays it is prayed following the 8:15 a.m. Mass. On Sundays, it is prayed following the 8:00 a.m. Mass