|Date Posted||January 22, 2020|
New Jersey (Brian Jemmott)
|Compensation||In accordance with diocesan standards - see http://dioceseofnj.org/sccc/|
|Housing||Housing for 5|
|Communicants in Good Standing||130|
|Average Sunday Attendance||82|
|Child Population in Church School||8|
|Adult Population in Church School||25|
|Teacher Population in Church School||5|
Loving, vibrant community, worshiping body; praise choir; work together; hospitality; outreach; hardworking; goal oriented; spiritual; diverse; open minded; flexible.
Sustained financial stewardship; a strong music program; reinvigorate Sunday School; expand our outreach; endowments; traditionalists, greater visibility.
We are a loving community of faithful people who willingly serve others. We strive to live the “Jesus Movement” by servicing our community and each other. Christ The King has flourished in the Township of Willingboro for 60 years due to the dedicated and hardworking leadership, both clerical and lay. As St. Paul wrote in his letter to the Philippians: “. . . . . Everywhere and in all things I have learned both to be full and to be hungry, both to abound and to suffer need. I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” (Philippians 4:12 – NKJV). Some of the activities that we are most proud of: our Holiday Adopt A Family Program, arranging and producing our annual Christmas Concert for the community, ministering to a local nursing home where we provide services and communion on a quarterly basis, our annual outdoor Mass and cookout, our annual Black History Program. Additionally, we provide financial support to local charities such as: Provident House, Catholic Charities and Exhale Women’s Fellowship, Inc. Ministry.
The Rev. Canon Brian A. Jemmott
Canon to the Ordinary/Transitions Officer
(609) 394-5281, Ext. 21