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Mass Schedule:

Sunday: 10am

Monday: 12pm

Tuesday: 5:30pm

Wednesday: 12pm

Thursday: 8am

Friday: 12pm

Saturday: 8am

Welcome to Christ the King

A place to believe, belong, & become.

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Recent Updates

The Gift to Teach

Has anybody told you that you would be a good teacher? If so, then you have probably been given the gift to teach.  Right now, Christ the King Parish and Cathedral needs that gift! We are looking for volunteers to help with Sunday School! If you are interested in...

Gathering Again Plan – COVID-19 UPDATE

Gathering Again Plan - COVID-19 UPDATE Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, The Peace of the Lord be with you! The cold weather is upon us, and that is bringing concerns about the transmission of COVID-19 inside buildings with gathered spaces.  Our heating system is...

National Stress Awareness Day

Wednesday, November 4, 2020 There is a prayer from the first Christians that was meant to build a wall within us that silenced the noise and worries of the world so that we could hear Jesus speak to us.  It is called the Jesus Prayer. Early Christians would meditate...

Feast of All Souls Day

All Souls DayMonday, November 2, 2020 All Souls Day is the day that we remember all the faithful departed in our lives.If you have a loved one who has passed away within the last year, please fill out our form to have them included in our prayers and be remembered on...

Hudson Valley’s Largest Pet Blessing

On Saturday, October 3, Christ the King hosted the Hudson Valley’s Largest Pet Blessing!  Father Mark Kurowski blessed 9 beautiful animals for this year’s event.  What an amazing experience to meet an Irish Wolfhound puppy, who was nearly as large as a pony – and...

Our Mission

At Christ the King, we believe that all people are created in God’s image and as image bearers, we believe that the Kingdom of Heaven is a multiethnic Kingdom with every nation, tribe, people and language represented (Rev. 7:9).  We desire to reflect in our church, God’s vision of his multiethnic Kingdom.  We aim to be intentional in everything we do; making sure cultural diversity is represented as we seek to see His Kingdom come and His will be done on earth as it is in Heaven.