Winter Weather

When the Lyme/Old Lyme schools have a snow delay or are closed due to winter weather, the daily morning mass will be celebrated instead at 12:00 noon.

Sun Nov 3

Giving Tree

Christ the King's annual GIVING TREE project begins on the weekend after Thanksgiving.
This is the Giving Tree's 29th year!


Starting on November 24–25,
the feast of Christ the King, a Christmas
tree will be on display in the Narthex,
decorated with four different types
of ornaments — each representing
one of the following organizations: 

  • St. Mark's Neighbor's Aide,
    St. Paul, Virginia

  • St. Vincent de Paul Place,
    Norwich, Connecticut

  • The New Life Prison Ministry

  • Madonna Place


The ornaments will contain gift suggestions for clients of these organizations.  Please choose an ornament (or as many as you wish) and purchase the suggested gift(s).  Bring the unwrapped gift (with the ornament attached) to Church during the first two weeks of December and place under the tree.

If you would like to do more than just purchase a gift, the Giving Tree program could use some volunteers to help out.  Please contact the office for more information.

King's Rummage Sale: 

We will gladly accept donations of clean and gently used household items, jewelry, small furniture, Christmas treasures, children's toys, books, and sports equipment.  Please mark sizes of linens, sheets, and tablecloths.  To donate upholstered furniture and large heavy items, please contact the festival email address in advance.

     Donations for the Rummage Sale will be accepted September 3–7 and September 9–14, 9am to Noon.   Please, only items in good, saleable condition!  

In addition, there are some items that we cannot accept:

Thank you for your cooperation!




car seats




large appliances

household chemicals

personal care items


St. Patrick's Day Dinner

Sponsored by the CTK Men's Club

Saturday, March 14   6:00 pm

Traditional corned beef dinner with all the fixings!

Tickets available at the office.


(more info)

Lent at Christ the King Church

Weekly Mass:  Saturday 5pm;
                             Sunday 8 & 10:30 am

Daily Mass:  Monday–Friday  7:30am

Evening Mass:  Thursdays  6pm

Soup Supper:  Thursdays after 6pm Mass

Stations of the Cross:  Fridays  7pm

Confessions:  Saturdays 4–4:30 pm

Available in Narthex: 
       “Little Black Book” devotional
        Catholic Relief Services Rice Bowls

On the Calendar

Mar 17


No Choir rehearsals tonight

Lenten Devotional Chapel

At this time, while we are unable to welcome you to Christ the King Church for Mass, we can offer you this brief slideshow of images of the church, set to the music of
Christ the King Singers. Click on the image below: