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Welcome to Christ the King

Roman Catholic Church

Grateful for the Past, Celebrate the Present, Pray for the Future

 21 Cherry Tree Circle. Liverpool, NY, 13090

We welcome new and returning parishioners!

Call us (315-652-9266)
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or just stop by!

Sacrament of the Sick Mass

The Sacrament of the Sick Mass will be on Sunday, June 4th at 2pm.

 The Sacrament will be available to young and old who are ill or infirm, preparing for surgery, recovering from a hospital stay, or just in need because of some cross - physical, emotional, spiritual.
 
The Mass does fulfill your weekend obligations.

Hope Appeal Campaign

 

CLICK HERE to watch the

Hope Appeal 2017 Campaign Video

 

Our campaign kicks off the weekend of May 20/21

ChristLife

 

 

Additional ChristLife resources are available HERE

Volunteers Needed!

Volunteers Needed to Help Organize the Summer Parish Picnic

"Grill and Chill 2"

Donate a little bit of time and have a whole lot of fun!

If interested contact Deacon Tom at 315-652-9266 or at tcuskey@syrdio.org or sign up sheets will be in the RAFTS room! 

MASS TIMES

REGULAR MASS SCHEDULE

Saturday Vigil
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4 p.m. (October thru April)

Sunday
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8:30 a.m & 10:30 a.m. Year round

Saturday vigil Mass is at 5 p.m. in May thru September

SACRAMENT OF RECONCILIATION
Saturday 3PM (one hour before the vigil Mass)

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Parish Staff

Office Hours

Sept–May
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9 a.m.–4 p.m. (Monday–Thursday)
9 a.m.–12 p.m. (Friday)

June–August
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9 a.m.–3 p.m. (Monday–Thursday)

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Links

Use these helpful links to stay in touch with your faith:Year of Mercy

Diocese of Syracuse               Catholic Charities/Syracuse Diocese

Holy Year of Mercy                  U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops

The Vatican                              Online Novena Prayers  

Our Mission Statement

We are a Catholic Community of faith, a family that strives to love each other unconditionally, as Jesus taught us. We are guided by the Gospel of Jesus Christ, sustained by sharing scripture, prayer, and the Eucharist.

Located in a suburban community, we are composed of people of all ages and life situations. We welcome this diversity and look for ways in which we can grow through the different expressions of our common faith.

We want to share our faith with others, educate our young, and attend to those with special spiritual and human needs. We dedicate ourselves to create a place for spiritual refreshment where Jesus' love is present, empowering us to put our problems in perspective and to reach out to help those in need.