Christ the King. A Prayer for Ireland – Sunday 26th November. The Church of Christ the King in Coventry are organising a Holy Hour on Sunday 26th November at 2.30pm. The intention of the Holy Hour is to pray for the Republic of Ireland, as it prepares to debate Section 8, concerning the rights of the Unborn Child. All are welcome to join them in prayer. Poster link
“Talks on the Faith” Leaflet with all the dates available at link. The Talks will be on Wednesdays with breaks for half term, Christmas etc. The Talks are suitable for those wishing to join the Church and for existing Catholics who want to improve their knowledge of the Faith.
Fatima Centenary News. Sunday 26th November marks the end of the Centenary Year commemorating Our Lady’s apparitions at Fatima in 1917. There will be exposition of the Blessed Sacrament from 3pm to 4pm, ending with the rosary, at St. Peter, Leamington Spa, CV32 5AE, a pilgrimage church of our Archdiocese during the Fatima Centenary Year. There will be a light refreshment after the service. All welcome.
Alzheimer/Dementia Awareness Evening Thursday 23rd November at 7pm in the Library at Christ the King. Guest Speakers from the Alzheimer’s Society, Age UK, University Hospital, Admiral Nurses and Carers Centre.
From Peter Martin: “I have completed my St James Way Walk. I walked 574 miles, from St Jean Pied de Port to Santiago and on to Lands End Lighthouse in Finisterre, 25 August to 8 October 2017. I have raised £2837.50 online and a total of £3308.50 offline, making a total of £6146 so far for Zoe’s Baby Hospice. The walk, the people I met from all over the world, and the places and sights I have seen have been an experience of my lifetime.The donations made by you wonderful people have far surpassed my expectations. God Bless you all. Thank you.” Read his blog on this page link
Evensong at Coventry Cathedral on Sunday October 29th at 4 pm. Everyone is welcome to attend and participate in an ecumenical commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation at Coventry Cathedral on Sunday October 29th at 4 pm. Our guest speakers will be Bishop William Kenney and Senior Pastor Albrecht Köstlin-Büürma. Music will be led and performed by the Choir of Beverley Minster.
Good Neighbours. A training session and this has been arranged for Thursday, 9th March with the option of an afternoon or evening session. This will prepare you for the work of befriending local people and give you the skills and confidence necessary. The afternoon session is from 1.30pm to 3.30pm and the evening session from 7.00pm to 9.00pm. This will also allow you to get the necessary safeguarding clearance (DBS). If you are coming to the meeting, you will need an in date passport, driving licence a utility bill or bank statement which shows your address and a document with your NI number. If you have any questions please contact Jess on 07563 902904 or email: email@example.com. This will ensure that the scheme is properly and professionally organised.
Sunday 9th October 6pm Music concert with Dan Callow at Christ the King. Link to Photos link
The Annual Blessing of the Graves: 11th September at St Paul’s @ 3pm, 18th September at Canley @ 3pm, 25th September at Lenton’s Lane @ 3pm, 2nd October at London Road @ 3pm.
Father Eamon Clarke (1935-2016) link
Maundy Thursday March 24th 2016. Photos link
Jimmy Mitchell Tuesday 8th March 2016
A Deanery Lenten Retreat Evening. An evening of music, worship and reflection as we go deeper into our Lenten journey, led by Jimmy Mitchell, a talented and gifted speaker from Nashville, Tennessee, at Christ the King.
Photos from the talk at: link
Lent and Easter 2016 link
Advent and Christmas 2015 link
September Sponsored Walk. The parish was blessed with good weather for a 10 mile sponsored walk, in aid of the ‘Little Sisters of the Poor’, on Sunday 27th September. About 50 people set off from the Church, and were joined by 50 young children with their families for the last 2 miles. At the half way mark the walkers enjoyed a picnic in Elkin Wood, and ice cream and drinks were served at the end. Many of the walkers were members of the parish walk club that meet every Sunday afternoon. The sponsored walk raised £4,000.