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.

Coming up

The Walking Club will meet this Sunday at 3.00pm.

The Family Camp dates this year are Friday 2nd September to Sunday 4th September.

The Annual Blessing of the Graves:
11th September at St Paul’s
18th at Canley
25th at Lenton’s Lane
2nd October at London Road.

Mass Times


Newsletter:24th July 17th JulyOur Parish Our Future, Photos link.

We welcome our student Priest, Jason Mahoney. He has settled in well and is having the chance to visit around the Parish and see the work of various Parish groups

Parish Report: 2015/162014/152013/14.

Finance meeting minutes: 28th April4th February, 24th September.

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

This week we pray for…..

All those recently deceased: Mary-Ann Igoe. May she rest in peace.

We pray for those preparing for Baptism: Shynia Agnes Daisy Harris.

We pray for those who are getting married: Elizabeth Richardson and Hunter Milbourn, Sara Bain and Gerard Higginbotham.

Catholic News


Bread4Today Daily Reflection

Daily Reflection

~ 25 July ~

“Do not kill” – and attention to the small things in life

Loving Lord, I often see on the TV news examples of inhumanity to others – people being tortured, abused, injured or killed.

I need to remind myself  that the commandment “do not kill”  also refers to my attitude  and what I do each day, because it is in smaller ways  that I can destroy people if I ignore them or cut them off or do them down.

Loving Lord, inspire me to take care of the smaller things of life as well as the bigger issues. Amen.