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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)
or just stop by!

Coffee Sunday

Volunteer Weekend is Coming!!

Christ the King is looking for volunteers for all ministries!!!!

Information will be available at all Masses on how you can volunteer at Christ the King.

Coffee Sunday is September 24th

Join us on Sunday to enjoy hot coffee, delicious goodies, and conversation with fellow parishioners, and you will also have the opportunity to sign up for all sorts of volunteer ministries here at Christ the King.

Look for the volunteer sign up sheets in an upcoming bulletin. You can submit them to the office or in the RAFTS room!

CLICK HERE to review our parish volunteer opportunities 

DOWNLOAD the 2017 Volunteer Form 

Hope Appeal Campaign

We've climbed to more than 86% of our goal!!!!

A big Thank You to all who have donated!   

 If you haven't yet pledged please consider doing so soon, the deadline is coming!

CLICK HERE to watch the  Hope Appeal 2017 Campaign Video


It's entertaining, educational and free -- a gift from your parish to you! !  Access interesting videos, audio presentations, films, books and more, all about our faith, at formed.org.

Accessible on your computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone, at home or on the go! 


CLICK HERE for registration instructions 



Saturday Vigil
5 p.m. May thru September
moves to:
4 p.m. October thru April

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

Saturday one hour before the vigil Mass

Parish Staff

Office Hours

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

9 a.m.–4 p.m. (Monday–Thursday)
Closed Friday

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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.