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Christ the King Parish is a Roman Catholic community and the Newman Center for the University of Montana. As disciples of Jesus, we believe everyone is called to a spiritual journey and understand each journey is unique. Let us walk together, be open to God’s call, and share the joys and struggles of life. All are welcome!

Let us know how we can be of service and minister to and with you!

Coming Soon: Our Lenten Message Series

Coming Soon: Our Lenten Message Series


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Click here to register for regular and special events going on at our parish!

Click here to register for regular and special events going on at our parish!

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Parish Check Up

Hey CTK Family, your opinions are important and need to be heard. Help us accomplish the mission God has in mind for our parish. To accomplish this, we are using Gallup’s Member Engagement (ME25) Survey. This is a quick 25 question inventory for ALL adult members of our parish that will give you the opportunity to share your opinions about some key aspects of our parish life.

The access code is: DED59F0

This is case sensitive and the last character is a zero, not an O. (You can copy the access code above and paste it in the access field once you click the button to take the survey.)

Your responses are completely anonymous.

We need everyone’s voice to be heard!

Click here to learn more and to see our past results.

Join us Online

We generally livestream one of our weekend Masses. You can watch live or anytime afterward.

Click here for the archive of our live-streamed Masses.

Our next livestream will be:

Sunday, February 24 at 11:15 am

Permission to podcast/stream the music in this service obtained from One License with license #A-704370 and CCLI # CSPL127740. All rights reserved.

In response to the sexual abuse and coverup in our church, here is the link to Fr. Jeff's letter.
This was inserted in the bulletin for August 25-26, 2018. 

Here is a copy of Fr. Jeff's homily on September 2, 2018

Here is the link to:
 Pope Francis' Letter To All the People of God