Fr-Tom-Kai-e1394748524996-229x300Welcome to Parish of Christ the King. The parish has two churches Christ the King & Our Lady of Lourdes and St Augustine’s.  The parish history can be found under ‘About’ in the menu at the top of this page. Christ the King church is open everyday from 7am until 8pm. Please try and pop in. This website has information about what goes on in the parish as well as information about our schools.  Also welcome to those joining us over the internet watching our services live at Christ the King and St. Augustine’s. Any comments or feedback please call or email.
Canon Tom Farrell. Parish Priest. 

Parish Prayer

God our Father you call us together to make our Parish a sign of the heavenly kingdom. Help us through this Church and our lives To be a fountain of faith, a beacon of hope And a haven of charity and prayer. We ask these prayers through Christ Our Lord. Amen.

Father Eamon Clarke RIP

Born 14th March 1935
Ordained in Dublin, on 12th March, 1960
Holy Family, Coventry, 1960 – 1966
Catholic Missionary Society, London, 1966-1968
Weoley Castle, Birmingham, 1968-1969
Newman College, Birmingham, 1969-1988
St Anthony’s, Oxford, 1988-1993
Christ the King, Coventry, 1993-2006
Retired, St Augustine’s, Kenilworth, 2006-2016

Link to photos from CTK 75th Anniversary on 29th February 2008 link
Link to photos from his Golden Jubilee Mass on 10th May 2010 link
Reception  – Tuesday 19th April Photos link, Web Camera recording link
Requiem Mass – Wednesday 20th April Photos link, Web Camera recording link

Requiem Mass Homily by Canon Tom Farrell link


Maundy Thursday Photos link

Mass Times


Newsletter: 1st May24th AprilOur Parish Our Future.

Pilgrimage to Santiago Booklet,  General Information

Parish Summary report for 2014/15, Full report 2013/14

Finance meeting minutes: 28th April, 4th February, 24th September.

Subscribe for weekly newsletter via email link  Stations of the Cross link

This week we pray for…..

All those recently deceased: Brenda Sparkes, Patrick O’Donnell, Helen Connolly. May they rest in peace.

We pray for those preparing for Baptism: Benjamin Richmond Brown, Florence Mary Gaffney, Ollie James Masters.

Diocesan Pilgrimage to Walsingham  Saturday 14th May
Depending on numbers, a bus will leave from Christ the King car park at 8am and will return at 9pm. There is a sign up sheet at the back of the Church if you wish to book a place or email

Catholic News


Bread4Today Daily Reflection

Daily Reflection

~ 1 May ~

St Joseph the Worker

St. Joseph, model of all those who are devoted to labour, obtain for me the grace to work conscientiously, putting the call of duty above my natural inclinations, to work with gratitude and joy, considering it an honour to employ and develop by means of labor the gifts received from God, to work with order, peace, moderation and patience, without ever shrinking from weariness and difficulties.

Help me not waste my talents or fall victim to the vain complacency of success, so fatal to the work of God. Amen.

– adapted from St. Pius X

Today is the Feast of St Joseph the Worker

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