Men’s Club

The Men’s Club at Christ the King Church is a group of men from the parish who seek to strengthen the spirituality and fellowship of our members through good works and support of people in need.

 

Meetings are typically held on the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in the parish hall.  Pizza, salad, and refreshments are served; occasionally a guest speaker will address the group on a specific topic. Meetings typically last 60–90 minutes. 

All male parishioners are welcome to join the group and/or participate in our events, even if you are not able to attend our meetings. Contact the President or Vice-President for possible meeting changes.

Among the people and organizations the Men’s Club has helped: 

 

  • The parish of Christ the King Church

  • New Life Prison Ministry

  • Shoreline Soup Kitchen and Pantries

  • New London Meal Center

  • Old Lyme Historical Society

  • Holy Apostles Seminary


 

 

Club Events

 

Christ the King Men’ Club
organizes events throughout the
year for different reasons such as
fundraising, parish fellowship, and
religious growth. Come join us
spread the Spirit of our Lord
through working together for
others. You do not need to be a
regular attendee at our monthly
meetings in order to volunteer
an hour or two at any event of
your choosing.

 

Annual club events:

  • Soup and Bread Supper — Lent

  • Holy Family Retreat — Spring

  • Summer Dinner — Summer

 

Annual parish events that the Men's Club supports:

  • St. Patrick's Day dinner — March

  • Parish Appreciation brunch

  • New Life Prison Ministry spaghetti supper — June

  • Harvest Festival — Fall

 

Current Men's Club leadership:

 

Bob Brinkerhoff, president 

860-748-9378

 

Mark Gilbert, vice president

860-759-3823

 

Mike Kaczorowski, secretary

 

Charlie DeMartino, treasurer

Men's Club members working the grill at the Harvest Festival.