A Christ-Centered & Friendly Roman Catholic Community



Welcome to Christ The King Catholic Church, located near historic downtown High Point, NC. We are a growing and active Catholic community with a long and culturally diverse history. From our humble beginnings as a mission church to serve the African-American Catholics in 1940, our parish has grown to be a vibrant witness to the Gospel of Life.


Sunday Eucharist is the heart of our parish community as it gives us life, strengthens us and calls us to holiness. We are committed to Catholic education and teaching of our faith through our Youth ministry and in our lifelong Faith Formation Program.



Message from Fr. Joe



Brothers and Sisters in Christ,


The readings of this Sunday are about liberation. In the first reading, Nehemiah assures his people that this day is holy to the Lord your God. So, do not be sad do not weep. Go eat good food and drink sweet wine. The presence of the Lord causes his people to rejoice, be happy and celebrate.


In the gospel Jesus proclaims the prophecy of Isaiah to his hometown people: “The Spirit of the Lord has anointed me. He has sent me to bring the good news to the poor, to proclaim liberty to captives, to give the blind new sight, to set the captives free, and to proclaim the Lord’s year of favor.”  And then he makes a clear statement: “Today this scripture passage is being fulfilled in your hearing.” This statement is clearly saying that Jesus is the Messiah, the one who comes to fulfill the prophecy in the Old Testament, to set people free from the power of sin and darkness. He comes to bring healing, joy and festival to all.  


Yes, Jesus is the Messiah. He is present among us. His presence causes us to rejoice and celebrate for he comes to liberate us from the power of the world. The way we proclaim the presence of the Lord in our daily life is to be attentive to the needs of our brothers and sisters. We are the instruments of the Lord, to make his presence real and visible to others.


May God bless us all!


Fr. Joe

Parish News




*Saturday Vigil:   5:00pm

*Sunday:    7:00am: English

                      8:00am: Vietnamese

                      9:30am:  English

                     12:00pm: Spanish 






Tuesday through Friday

Mass at 7:00AM in the church.




  • The church is open during the week for you to pray until evening.
  • Confession: 4:00pm – 4:45pm Saturday or by  appointment. Confessions will be heard in the church’s cry room.
  • May the Lord protect us!

Office Hours

Monday-Friday: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM



  1. Because of the snow last Sunday, there is a second collection this Sunday for a combined mission to support the Churches in Latin America, in Central Europe and in Africa. It is collected also to help US Mission Appeal and Catholic home Missions.
  1. In case of inclement weather, we will inform you of the cancellation of Sunday Masses through emails or text messages. Please give us your email address or your cell phone numbers.  Please continue to support our parish. Thank you.
  1. Again we thank you for sponsoring our parish’s new missals. We invite the new missal sponsors to look at the missal covers with the names of your loved ones on them.
  1. If you are sick or know someone in our parish who has been sick, please inform our church’s office. Fr. Joe is willing to visit or minister to the sick if possible.
  1. If you need a finance statement of your contributions of 2021 for your tax purposes, please call the church office. We are glad to do it for you.
  1. We are looking for a bilingual secretary to work for our parish. If you are interested or know someone, please call the church office or email resume to our church.

For all other important announcements, please see the bulletin


1505 E MLK Jr. Dr.

High Point, NC 27260