Ministers of Holy Communion
(Boys/Girls 4th grade and up)
Parish liturgies - contact Mark Tafelsky @ 938-9214 ext. 25 or e-mail at:
Hospital and/or nursing homes (contact Susan Burke @ 946-2947)
– Open to Men and Women
Parish Mixed Choir; Handbell Choir; and Folk Choir
– For information regarding rehearsal times, please call Mark @ 938-9214 ext. 25, or e-mail at
Faith Formation/Sacrament Process
Contact: Susan Noble @ 231-938-9214 ext. 32, firstname.lastname@example.org
Faith Formation Programs:
K-5th grade & Jr. High Youth Group 6-8th grade Classes:
Wednesday night from 6:15 to 7:30 p.m. during the school year.
Parish Family Faith Enrichment:
Intergenerational - various gatherings during the calendar year.
A family process.
Adult Faith Formation and RCIA
- First Reconciliation: 2nd grade and older
- Confirmation/First Holy Communion: 3rd. grade and older.
- Confirmation only: For those 3rd grade and older who have made their First Communion, but have not received Confirmation.
- Children’s Catechumenate: For un-baptized children from ages 7-16 who would like to be a member of the Catholic Church - to receive the Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and First Eucharist.
For those interested in joining the Catholic Church, or for those who want to study the teachings of the church.
Art and Environment Committee
Contact: Peter Piche' @ 933-6010
Contact: Mary Apczynski @ the parish offices @ 938-9214
Flowers and Landscaping
Contact: Peter Piche' @ 933-6010
Contact: Marilyn Niesen @ 938-9057. This is a group of people who believe in the “
Power of Prayer
” to comfort and heal. If you would like to become a member or have a prayer request, please call.
CRHP "Christ Renews His Parish"
Contact: Katie Bobrowski @ 616-460-6622 or email@example.com. CRHP pronounced
- is a retreat for Catholic adults. Retreats will provide opportunities to allow God to speak to your heart through witness talks, scripture, prayer time, Mass and fellowship.
(By Tuesday noon) Contact: 938-9214, or
The bulletin is printed the
the Sunday it appears. Several things can happen that might change the priest’s schedule, especially for weekend Masses. If there is a
and the schools are closed, then there will be no Religious Education classes or scheduled meetings.
Contact; Bill Jenkins @ 946-0553 or the parish office @ 938-9214.
Donations to I.C. Food Pantry
Contact: Cliff and/or Jan Mannor through the parish office @ 938-9214.
Donations of non-perishable food are accepted in the church lobby on the first weekend of each month. Food Pantry distributions are through Immaculate Conception Church on Second St. in Traverse City.
Mothers In Christ
City Wide Parishes)
Contact: Elizabeth Frederick @ 651-343-0747.
Meets every Monday morning (Sept. to May) from 9 am to 11 am in the lower level at Christ the King Church. The group explores different topics and participates in various projects that are important and relevant to moms.
Contact: Andy & Ilene Taylor @ 989-275-5427
A program designed to give married couples the opportunity to be alone and examine their lives together.
Contact: Pete VanBerlo @ 938-9652
A three-day weekend focusing on prayer, study and Christian action for achieving spiritual renewal or awakening.
Catholic Human Services
A Catholic organization offering programs to provide counseling for individuals, families and communities.
Knights of Columbus (Council #9979)
Meetings are the first Thursday of each month. The Knights are a major religious, charitable and social force in the parish. We urge you to join.
Durable Medical Equipment Loan Closet
There is no charge for items on loan. We are always looking for medical supplies, no fabric items, please.
Health Promotion Ministry
The mission of the Health Promotion Ministry is to assist our faith community to live full, abundant, healthy Christ-centered lives. If you have questions about this ministry or would like to become involved, please call Annette Andres @ 947-7527 or Pat Salathiel @ 938-2128.
The following organizations accept donations of clothing, household goods, furniture, etc. and all organizations operate thrift stores. Volunteers are always welcome, as are monetary gifts.
St. Vincent DePaul
Address: 1207 Woodmere Avenue, Traverse City, MI. The Society of St. Vincent dePaul is composed of women and men who seek personal holiness through works of charity. For more information contact Julie Ellalasingham at (231) 883-7435.
Father Fred Foundation
Address: 826 Hastings St. Traverse City, MI. Father Fred Foundation is a non-denominational charitable organization. The foundation provides basic needs to as many as 40 to 50 families daily.
Address: 2279 W. South Airport Rd. Traverse City, MI. Goodwill Industries operates a homeless shelter, Meals-On-Wheels, and a sheltered workshop.
Women’s Resource Center
Address: 720 S. Elmwood, Traverse City, MI. Women’s Resource Center provides shelter to victims of domestic violence. Group and individual counseling is offered. A men’s program is offered for perpetrators of domestic violence.
LOVE Inc - "Love In The Name of Christ"
Enables local churches to share Christ’s love by providing the necessary link between church volunteers and those in need.