Christ the King Ladies Guild welcomes all women of the parish. The mission of the guild is to promote spiritual growth of women in the parish, to foster friendship, seek out the needs of the parish and develop a program to meet those needs. Throughout the rich history of the Ladies Guild, the different circles and groups have embodied the works of mercy in the most beautiful way.
If you are interested in joining the Ladies Guild, please click the link above to be taken to the sign up form. There is a $20 membership due as well, which you can bring to the church rectory after you register online.
Calendar of Events:
|2018-2019 Guild Officers|
|2018-19 Circle Groups|
|Circle Name||Description/Meeting Time||Chairs|
|St. Anne Circle 1 (Mothers and Others)||Busy moms meet three times a year, fall, winter and spring.||Melissa Hegarty
|St. Rita Circle 2 (Prayer)||Prayer/Spiritual Discussion, meets at 9am on Wednesdays, plus monthly speaker Sept-March||Nancy Cubrich
|St. Elizabeth of Portugal Circle 3 (Fellowship)||Faith/Fun/Friendship, meetings vary through the year||Brenda Langenberg
|St. Rose of Lima Circle 4 (Evening Craft)||Crafting, meets on the 4th Tuesday of the month||Ann Grummert
|St. Faustina Circle 5 (Faith and Friendship)||Fellowship for couples without children at Christ the King. Meeting format is Mass followed by social gathering.||Yasmin Hauke
|St. Jeanne Jugan Circle 6 (Faith and Fun over 50)||Meets the first Wednesday of the month for fellowship and interesting guest speakers||Mary Kelly|
|Sts. Zelie & Louis Martin Circle 7 (Young Couples with Small Children)||Couples meet twice a year for dinner||Jamie Peters|
|St. Gianna Molla Circle 8 (Faith, Family, and Fun)||A group of like minded women trying to balance the struggles of work, life, and faith. They will stay connected to school and parish through a series of speakers and will meet six times per year. This Circle will also be planning a Family Fellowship Night scheduled for November 4, 2017.||Liz Langan
|Special Participation Groups|
|Marthas||Help provide meals for CTK Parish families who have medical or family crisis.||Akemi Johansen|
|Heavenly Dusters||Pair up to change the Holy Water, cleanse the chalices, & dust around the sanctuary. (Takes one hour, 4 times per year) CHRISTMAS CLEANING AND EASTER CLEANING||Julie Maloley|
|Homebound||Person/Family can adopt a homebound parishioner by visiting him/her and assisting with needs when applicable.||Chair TBD|
|Hospitality||Help organize, set up, serve, and clean up Parish Receptions for farewells, welcomes, important visitors and Sacrament Receptions for Confirmation, Reconciliation, and First Holy Communion.||Gayle Heldridge
|Pilgrimage||Journey one to two times per year to local Holy sites.||Ginny Troia Fusco|
|Rosary Group||Small groups meet weekly to recite the Rosary.||Sharon O'Malley|
|Prayer Line||A telephone/e-mail prayer chain for immediate special intentions.||Rosemary Andrews|
|Family Life Ministry||Seek out ways to enrich spousal/family life for parishioners.||Kathy Kemler|
|First Friday Group||Members of this group attend 9 consecutive First Friday Masses and Confessions to obtain abundant graces for their families, promised by Christ.||Nancy Cubrich|
|Funeral Ministry||*Sign up is only for new members. Existing funeral group volunteers will remain in their previously assigned groups* Volunteers are contacted by email or phone when a funeral reception arises. You can choose to help with baking, serving or clean up. (Average time commitment is one time per month) If you have Confirmation age children they can earn Confirmation hours for helping.||Kathleen Seiler|
|One Time Events|
|Cookie Caper||This is a Guild fundraiser. You can choose to provide baked goods and/or help on the weekend of the event. Event occurs weekend of (Dec 9th - 10th).||Rebecca Hazel
|Hospice House||This one time event will occur on March 28, 2018. The event provides a dinner for families at the Hospice House. You will be asked to either provide food, serve or clean up.||Brenda Langenberg|
|Christmas Families||Sign up parishioners to adopt Christmas families and help organize gift distribution and delivery to Catholic Charities.||Lisa Wellendorf
Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic family, fraternal service organization dedicated to the principles of charity, unity, fraternity, and patriotism. K of C sponsored events include parish breakfasts and a Red Cross blood drive.
Our website: www.kofc5045.org
Legion of Mary
The Legion of Mary is an organization of prayer and work consisting of active and non-active (auxiliary) members. The Legion of Mary strives to bring souls to Jesus through Mary. Assignments involve visiting hospitals, nursing homes, those confined to their homes, the bereaved, newcomers, or doing any meaningful tasks directed by the pastor. The auxiliary members pray a daily rosary and the special legion prayers. New members are always welcome! We meet every Tuesday morning in the parish center at 9:00 am.
391-3606, Ext. 214
The Sports Club provides financial assistance for the soccer, basketball, volleyball and track and field programs for children of elementary school age. The activities of the Sports Club are funded through the Annual Sports Banquet, which brings together sports enthusiasts throughout the Omaha area to hear nationally recognized speakers. All parishioners are eligible and welcome to join.