Worship Commission

The Worship Commission is devoted to understanding and enriching the spiritual life of the entire community through liturgy that will equip, motivate, and challenge the congregation to glorify God and live out the Gospel in their lives.

The liturgy, or Mass, is a celebration of the Eucharist, and an opportunity for Catholics to worship and praise through scripture, song, and prayer. Parishioners participate in Mass not only through their presence, but by contributing to the planning, preparation, and celebration of the liturgy in a number of ways: Eucharistic Ministers, Lectors, Greeters, Altar Servers, Sacristans, Musicians, Wedding Facilitators

Worship Commission oversees all aspects of the Mass, including the Liturgical Ministries.

Chairperson: Emily Daley, daley_e@olctk.org

Altar Servers
Our Lord Christ the King Parish recognizes servers as a very important part of its liturgical ministry program. Young people are encouraged to become involved.
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The mission of the Bereavement Ministry is to bring solace to the family of the deceased and to aid in planning a liturgy within the rules of the Church that would be most fitting to the deceased…
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Eucharistic Ministers
Eucharistic Ministers have been entrusted to serve the community in a special and particularly visible manner.
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Ministers of Hospitality (Greeters) serve an important function in making the worship experience genuine through their efforts to welcome the community as they gather together.
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The revelation of His presence in the Liturgy of the Word is entrusted to the Lector, who proclaims the good news of salvation in the scripture readings.
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Liturgy Coordinators
Liturgy Coordinators are behind-the-scenes assistants who help the celebrant ready the church for Mass.
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The choir of Our Lord Christ the King Church provides musical leadership at the 10:30 am Sunday Mass (September through June), and for services at Christmas and Holy Week.
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The sacristan ministry is commissioned by the St. Ann Sodality and provides a vital service to the faith community by doing all those things necessary to keep the sanctuary and sacristy clean…
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Stations of the Cross
Come walk the Stations of the Cross during Lent with your fellow parishioners.This Lenten tradition helps us contemplate the sacrifice that our Lord made for each one of us.
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Eucharistic Adoration
This devotional tradition allows us to pray to Jesus who is present in the Eucharist.
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Prayer Groups
Prayer is one of the foundations of Christian life. Join in one of our prayer groups.
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Offertory Procession
Be a part of the offertory procession when bread and wine are ceremonially placed on the altar with the collection of alms from the congregation.
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