Children & Young Families Ministries
To Hear the Gospel and Make a Difference

Young Families Ministry

Do you have young children? Are you hoping to grow in your faith as a family and looking to connect with other young families? We promote faith development, family support, and family-friendly community service opportunities.

Meetings: 1st Sunday of the month
Time & Location: via Zoom, contact Brianna and Eric Johnson

Ministry Contact:  Brianna and Eric Johnson 

Alter Servers

We invite boys and girls, 4th Grade through Teens, to join the Altar Server Ministry. Father Lee will conduct frequent training sessions for new Altar Servers. We hope to have three or four Altar Servers scheduled for each mass. Altar Servers should be available to serve a minimum of one weekend mass each month. If you are interested, please fill out the Altar Server Registration Form, and return it to Christ the King School office, or Christ the King Parish office.

Register Here

Boy Scout Troop 221

Since 1955, Boy Scout Troop 221, Pleasant Hill, California, has delivered high-quality  Boy Scout experiences that focus on Service, Tradition, Learning, and Leadership Development. For over 60-years, troop 221 has provided a fun, engaging, and instructive scout program.   Visit website for more information.

Meetings: Monday evenings
Time & Location: Parish Hall, rooms A&B

Ministry Contact:  Brian Hanley, Scoutmaster


Cub Scout Pack 401

Affiliation: Boy Scouts of America, Mount Diablo Silverado Council, Briones District Description: Pack 401 has been the CTK cub scout pack for many years and is available to boys and girls Kindergarten through 5th grade. This organization aims to promote character development, citizenship training, personal fitness, and leadership. We have many fun and enriching activities throughout the school year and summer, and you can join at any time.

Meetings:  TBD
Time & Location: TBD

Ministry Contact: Daniel Block, Cubmaster


CYO Basketball

Christ the King parish sponsors the Catholic Youth Organization as just one dimension of the total youth ministry experience. We believe that athletic programs can help young people develop the essential tools for success and foster an attitude to help improve communities in a changing world. The program encourages community relationships and instills Christian attitudes and responsibilities among its participants. For more information visit our blog.

Visit the CYO blog