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Ministries / Fellowship in Faith
Saint Monica’s Mothers (Group for Moms)
Our mission is to provide moms with spiritual refreshment and connect with other sisters in faith in an environment that is relaxed and welcoming. All moms are invited to join us the first and third Wednesdays of the month. The spirituality of our gatherings is from a Catholic perspective, but we invite all women to join us. The main requirement is that you are open to connecting with new friends and having some fun! The nursery is available for young children.
For more information contact Courtney Tanis by email.
Book Study (Parish-wide)
Join our parish book study, which meets on the first Wednesday of the month. This is a great way to grow in your faith and meet others! Keep an eye on the bulletin for book of the month. For more information, please contact Marsha Kearney at 813.728.6475.
For more information contact Marsha Kearney by telephone at (813) 728-6475 or by email.
Seniors meet one Tuesday a month, 10:15 to 11:45 a.m. for exercise, prayer, entertainment, lunch. Volunteers are always needed for a variety of tasks, including set up/clean up, greeting and assisting participants, serving food, placing monthly reminder calls, transportation, etc.
For more information contact Clare Bennett by telephone at 813.956.6874 or by email.
Food preparation, set up/clean up, greeting for church events.
For more information contact Ivy Willing by telephone at (813) 258-0941 or by email.
O.W.L.S. (Older Wiser Livelier Set)
This group for seniors meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month for fellowship and bingo.
For more information contact Marge Derwort by telephone at (813) 298-3415.
Everyone is invited to enjoy FREE coffee and doughnuts after 7:30, 9:00 and 11:00 Sunday liturgies in the cafeteria. Volunteers needed to commit to one Sunday a month to set up, serve, and cleanup.
For more information contact Terry Boehm by email.
Knights of Columbus
An international fraternal and service organization of Catholic men.
For more information contact Jim Schalk by telephone at 813.784.7656 or by email.
Faith and Ale
Food, drink and camaraderie for men from across the diocese. 3rd Thursday each month. For the complete schedule and to RSVP, visit the website at www.faithandaletb.org
For more information contact Mike Callahan by email.
Council of Catholic Women
Visit the Council of Catholic Women’s page, by clicking here.
Calling all Parish ladies both young and young at heart! Are you interested in meeting new friends and acquaintances here at Christ the King? Join Christ the King’s Council of Catholic Women to make new friends, pray together and serve together by contributing your time and talent to our parish and community.
For more information contact Council of Catholic Women by telephone at (813) 530-5934 or by email.
Purl and Prayer
Knitting and crocheting shawls for those in need. Purl and Prayer meets the 2nd and 4th Friday in the Ministries Office 10:30am – 12 noon.
For more information contact Terry Boehm by telephone at (813) 876-5841, ext. 2233 or by email.
Making rosaries for those in need in our parish community and for missions around the world. Rosary Makers meet the first Wednesday in the McLoughlin Center Conference Room from 2-3 pm.
For more information contact the parish office by telephone at (813) 876-5841 or by email.
Catholic Millennials on Mabry
Are you a millennial? Would you like to connect with other Catholics your age? We invite young adults (21 & up) to socialize and network with our new group “Catholic Millennials on Mabry.” Visit www.CTK-Tampa.org/CMM for information about upcoming events.
For more information contact Connor Penn by email.
Society of St. Joseph
Join 100+ men for fellowship as we engage in course material and discussion, deepen our faith and strengthen our roles as leaders in our families, at the workplace, and in the parish community, modeling ourselves after the great St. Joseph. Visit www.societyofstjoseph.com to learn more.
Meetings take place on Tuesdays, 6:00 to 7:30 a.m. in the McLoughlin Center.
For more information contact Nick Tanis by email.
* Denotes an affiliated Christ the King Ministry.