Welcome

We are delighted to announce that the Church will reopen for private prayer every Sunday 2pm – 4pm and Fridays 11 – 12pm

The Church has been deep cleaned and it has been prepared to ensure we can comply with social distancing measures. It will look very different to normal!!

To ensure we can do all we can to prevent spread of the virus we ask that you comply with the following guidance.

  • Please wear a mask while inside the Church
  • You will enter by the side door at the front of the church – car park side
  • Please use the hand sanitizer provided on entering
  • You will be shown to an allocated seat by a steward
  • You will leave by the side door at the sacristy side of the church
  • Please use the hand sanitizer provided on exiting the building
  • Toilet facilities will NOT be available
  • Candles will NOT be available – please do not bring your own

DO NOT COME TO CHURCH IF YOU FEEL UNWELL ESPECIALLY WITH PERSISTENT COUGH, HIGH TEMPERATURE AND LOSS OR CHANGE TO YOUR SENSE OF TASTE OR SMELL. YOU SHOULD STAY AT HOME AND CONTACT NHS INFORM.

Please keep watching the website www.ctkg.org for further details, follow us on our Facebook page – Christ the King Parish, Glasgow or on twitter @ctk_glasgow.

If you know any parishioners who do not use or have no access to the internet please spread the word!

COVID – 19 News
Please visit our COVID-19 News page for further information on how to volunteer, safeguarding information and Funeral Masses.

Questions
If you have queries please look at the FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions ) page – if you don’t find the answer to your question please email ctk.infectioncoordinator@protonmail.com and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

 


Please press the ‘Homily’ tab at top of page for this Sunday’s homily on this feast of St Peter & St Paul.


Flourish
The June edition of the Archdiocesan newspaper is now available online. This edition is packed with updates about life in the parishes. To mark the 100th anniversary of the birth of St John Paul II, four Glasgow priests recount their memories of meeting a saint. There is the latest on re-opening plans for church buildings, news from Rome with Crux’s John L Allen and news of amazing work being done by Catholics across the archdiocese to – literally – feed the hungry, visit the prisoner, comfort the stranger and care for the dying.

To download click here: https://www.flourishnewspaper.co.uk/downloads/Flourish-June-2020.pdf


 

 

Let us pray for one another and for our World.
Our Lady, Health of the Sick Pray for us.
Fr Peter Gallacher