... there are diversities of
ministries but the same Lord...
who worketh all in all.
FIRST CORINTHIANS 12:5-6
Ministries at Christ the King
Small Christian Community and Bible Study groups meet at times convenient for members of the groups and are able to select the material they wish to study. Little Rock Scripture Study Groups currently meet on Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. and Wednesdays at 12:30 p.m. Meeting times for the Little Rock Scripture Study are posted in the parish bulletin.
Help with Book Sales
Mid-November after all Masses one weekend.
Group decides when it will gather and the book to be discussed. Scheduled around those who partiacipate.
Assist with Adult Faith
Provide refreshents for Christ the King events or provide rides for activities outside the parish.
Decorating the Church
Volunteers help to decorate the church for Christmas and/or Easter.
Create arrangements for weekend Masses during the summer.
Babysitting (Youth Volunteers)
Help caring for young children during some Adult Faith Formation events.
During 10:30 a.m. Mass one adult and youth assistant help care for the little ones (ages 1-4) while their parents attend Mass. Scheduled no more than once per month. Adults must attend a Protecting God's Children Awareness session.
Several bake sales are held thoughout the year. Those held during King Fest events support Youth Activities, and non-King Fest bake sales raise money to support the Water for Life Program that helps bring safe, potable drinking water to communities in under-developed nations. Information about upcoming bake sales are posted in the parish bulletin
Raking and Yard Work
Raking and yard work is done as needed.
Maintaining Outside Flowers
Volunteers weed one month (or less) of the summer.
Volunteers will be called when a parish mailing needs to be assembled. This generally takes about two hours.
Volunteers sell chocolate at our Divine Chocolate Sale held before Valentine's Day to support the Diocesan Donkey Project. The Donkey Project is an outreach program to our sister diocese in Navrongo-Bolgatanga. Money is raised to purchase donkeys, harnesses, carts and special plows. Training is provided to families in the care of donkeys so that new farming practices can be used to raise soybeans.
Volunteers help count collection money for approximately two hours on Monday mornings for two months each year.
Chaperone/Drive for Events
Adults chaperone and/or drive children in grades 3-5. Adults must attenda Protectig God's Children Awareness session.
King Fest consists of four different social activities throughout the year — Bingo, Spaghetti Dinner, Pancake Breakfast and Chili Cook-Off/Pie Contest. King Fest offers many different volunteer opportunities. You can assist in as many as you would like. Volunteers needed to help plan events.
King Fest Soup 'er Chili Cook-Off
and Pie Bake-Off
Saturday, October 11 • 5:30-8:30 p.m.
> Registration Form
> Judges Form
Adults or high school students are invited to welcome people to Mass, read the Intercessions, and read any announcements at the end of Mass (usually scheduled once per month or less). More commentators especially needed for 5:00 p.m. Mass on Saturdays.
Adults or high school students are invited to read our fist and sencond readings from the lectionary during Mass (usually scheduled once per month or less). We need more lectors especially for the 5:00 p.m. Mass on Saturdays.
Captain – Extraordinary
Ministers of Holy Communion
Arrive ten minutes early to Mass to see that all positions are filled.
of Holy Communion (EMHC)
Confirmed and Diocesan-trained adults distribute the Sacred Body or Blood of Christ during Mass. Workshop required.
Middle or high school students or adults arrive ten to fifteen minutes early to greet the Mass attendees as they enter church. Prepare gifts, dismiss rows for Holy Communon, hand out bulletins as our guest leave, and clean up pews following Mass. (Scheduled for the same Mass time each weekend during three or four months of the year.)
Youth through adult. Once you receive your First Communon you may assist Father with Mass and will normally be scheduled monthly. Training will be provided. We need more serves especially for the 5:oo p.m. and 10:30 a.m. Mass times.
You and your family will bring the gifts to the Altar. Scheduled no more than once per month.)
Take Eucharist to
Harmony Assisted Living
On Sunday and/or Thursday mornings.
The Luke House Community Meal Program provides meals to those in need in Madison. Volunteer to prepare food and/or serve and share a meal. Christ the King helps with dinners on the third Tuesday and the fifth Monday or Wednesday of each month.
Mary's Rosary Assembers meet the third Friday of the onth at 1:30 p.m.to make mission Rosaries.
The Men's Club meets at 7:30 p.m. on the second Wednesday of the month and is open to all adult male parishoners. (Includes playing cards.)
Help set up, prepare, and clean up for pancake breakfasts.
Attend spiritual religious retreats.
Meet socially with othermen of the parish.
Be a leader of song for the congregation at the Saturday 5:00 p.m. Mass.
Sing in the 8:30 a.m. Choir (rehearsals Thursday evenings at 7:00 p.m.) or sing in the 10:30 a.m. Choir (rehearsal Sunday at 9:30 a.m.).
Members sing for Christmas and/or Easter.
Seasonal choir for all children in the parish.
For students in grades 7-12. Practice times will be arranged based on availablity.
Share your musical talent by playing along during Mass.
Enjoy making beautiful music by joining the chime choir. Rehearsals are seasonal and musical experience not needed.
Volunteers will be contacted either by e-mail or through a prayer phone chain when a prayer request has been received.
Lead your parish family and friends through the Rosary before each Mass
Sell roses after Masses on Mother's Day weekend to help support Wisconsin Right to Life.
What is Scrip? Scrip is fundraising while you shop. Scrip turns everyday shopping into cash for CTK when retail gift cards are used to pay instead of the usual credit/debit card or other money. Everyday purchases include gas, groceries, clothing, restaurants and entertainment. Scrip may be purchased after each mass at the Scrip table, in the parish office when it is open, and anytime online at ShopWIthScrip. Many retailer cards are in stock. Hundreds of others may be ordered with a paper order form or online. Think Scrip for special celebrations too, as gift cards make great gifts. Volunteers selling Scrip after masses are scheduled no more than once a month.
Socials are held most weekends during the year following the 8:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. on Sundays and the first Saturday of the month for the 5:00 p.m. Mass. Volunteers host, prepare coffee, pour juice, and set up the food. A great time to meet with friends.
The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul aids the less fortunate in our community in several ways. Home visits are provided to determine needs.
Attend Committee Meetings
The first Sunday of each month at 9:30 a.m. to guide the direction of our McFarland confernece.
Attend Spiritual Meetings
The third Sunday of each month for prayer and fellowship.
Help with Special
Held throughout the year. Projects include Little Drummer Program Christmas gifts, Recycle the Warmth, Bundle Sunday, annual garage sale, hat and mitten collection, Summer Vacation Baskets, and monthly food drive for pantry.
Food Pantry Volunteer
help those less fortunate by donating and collecting food, stocking shelves and/or guiding clients through our Sant Vincent de Paul Food Panty in Madison.
A place for kids to shop for Christmas. Many "elves" are needed to help with this seasonal shop the first two weekends in December.
PROTECTING GOD'S CHILDREN
Attend an Adult Awareness Session
All adults of the parish are required to attend one of these sessions before helping with any activities involving minors. Sessions last one and one-half to two hours and may be attended here or at another parish.
Any grade level you choose. Materials, guidance, and assistnace are provied for all teachers. One or two classes per month, September through early May.
Assist teacher with lessons and classroom management.
Teach a class when needed. Materials are provided.
Direct pedestrian and auto traffic in the parking lot on Wednesday evenings following classes. One-month commitment. (one or two classes)
Wednesday evening (grades 2-8)or Sunday evening (High School).Thirty-minute commitment at the start of each religious ed class to verify with parent absent child(ren). One-month commitment. (one or two classes)
Help with Vacation Bible School
As a teacher, aide, crafts, games, or kitchen leader. One-day to one-weekcommitment in August.
High School Small Group Leader
Sunday evening (twice a month)
6:30-8:30 p.m., September-May, assist with a group of five to eight teens.
Confirmation Preparation Committee
Will help guide the Confirmation process. Meets three to four times per year.
Accompany a high school junior on their journey to Confirmation in the Catholic faith. Meetings held monthly, October through June.
Chairperson for Your Area
The parish family is divided into twelve geographic areas and needs chairs to help make phone calls to their neighbors for funeral food and assistance, and host the funeral luncheon. Chairs also send cards to welcome new parish members and when there is a baptism or death in the family
Provide Food for Funeral Meals
Prepare a salad or dessert for funeral luncheons.
Help Serve Funeral Meals
Make sandwiches, serve food and beverages, and help clean up following the luncheon —afternoon, evening, or both.
Short-Term Family Care
Provide care for failies in need of food, transportation,and/or household cleaning on a temporary basis.
Join other like-minded young adults for social gatherings which will also explore our faith
Bake for Special Events
Volunteers will be called on an as-needed basis.
On topic of your choice. You could gear your talk to Middle School Students, High School students, or Confirmation candidates.