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 parable of the Two Sons of this Sunday is probably one of the most understandable parables in the Gospel. The first son represents the sinners of Jesus’ day—tax collectors and prostitutes—who at first refused to serve in the Lord’s vineyard. However, at the preaching of John the Baptist, they repented and did what was right and just. The second son represents Israel’s leaders—who said they would serve God in the vineyard, but refused to believe in John’s call for repentance and receive the Son of God.

The point here is clear, the chief priests and elders, the ones who spoke most often about God in words, did not respond to God’s calling in actions. On the other hand, God’s calling was responded by those one would not expect to repent—tax collectors, prostitutes, and other sinners. Because of their actions, these sinners will enter the Kingdom of God ahead of the religious leaders.

It is a parable about obedience and disobedience. It is about compliance and rebellion. It is about changing one’s mind in a positive way to serve the Lord in the vineyard or in a negative way to walk away from the vineyard. It is about the choices we make in life.

Let us always be the first son, though we may have been false in our actions and words, to strive to return to the vineyard and to do the will of the Lord. May God bless us all!


Fr. Joe


Parish News



Even though we have been allowed to have Mass indoor, we consider to have three outdoor Masses (in the front yard of our church) every weekend  until further notice:

*Saturday Vigil:  5:00pm

*Sunday:    9:30am 

                     11:00am (Spanish)

Please bring your own chairs or we can provide chairs for you. When you come please practice social distancing.

Please also remember:

Office Hours

Monday-Friday: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Please enjoy this musical offering from our Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul:


Announcements 09-27-2020

  1. Regarding our church stained glass window project, finally the diocese of Charlotte has approved the paintings of the saints. BL / Salem Stained glass Window Company is working to finalize the project. Probably the installation would be done next spring. We are so grateful to all the families who have sponsored the windows. 
  1. Congratulations to all the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul as they renew their professional vows this Sunday on the feast of St. Vincent de Paul. 
  1. The RCIA classes begin this Sunday right after 9:30am Mass. There is still time for you to register. The English class is instructed by Dr. John McKinney, and the Spanish class is instructed by Gerardo Tapia. 
  1. If you need to go to confession, please call and make an appointment with Fr. Joe. Confessions will be heard in the church sanctuary.

For all other important announcements, please see the bulletin


1505 E MLK Jr. Dr.

High Point, NC 27260