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
Christ the King's annual GIVING TREE project is back! This is a wonderful opportunity to help those less fortunate, and a great way to teach our children about the spirit of giving.
Here's how it works:
A Christmas tree in the Narthex
of the church is decorated with
different types of ornament
gift tags — each one
containing a gift
suggestion for someone
in need. To participate,
simply choose a tag,
purchase the suggested item, and bring the unwrapped gift (with the ornament/gift tag attached) to Church and place it under the tree. This year gift cards (to Stop and Shop, Walmart, CVS, Walgreens, etc) are especially needed. Gift cards may be left in the large box near the tree.
This year's gifts will be given to clients of St. Vincent de Paul Place and Madonna Place in Norwich, and local pediatric cancer patients.
Thank you all for your generosity!
On the Calendar
No Choir rehearsals tonight
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!
personal care items
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
Mass at Christ the King during COVID-19
All who attend Mass in the church are required to wear face masks (covering mouth AND nose), use hand sanitizer, and follow social distancing guidelines. Attendance is limited to no more than 100 at each Mass. Read more about attending in-person.
Note: If you are sick, if you have a fever, or if you think you may have been exposed to the coronavirus, please stay home! The Sunday obligation to attend Mass is still suspended, and we will continue to live-stream all our Masses via Zoom for those who cannot come to church or prefer to stay home.
Click here for links to participate in our live-streamed Masses.
Recordings of past Masses are available on our YouTube channel,
with the most recent recording available below.
Click on the image above to view the recording of the Saturday Vigil Mass as live-streamed to the parish on December 19, 2020.