Organizations & Clubs
POLO (Parents of Little Ones)
The POLO Club provides support and socialization for parents of preschoolers, including organizing and delivering meals for families that have just had a baby. Social activities include BBQs, Breakfast with Santa, Easter Egg Hunt, “Parents Only” parties, and many informal get-togethers.
Catherine Fagan: 217.652.7415
Kristen Thomas: 630.484.4197
This organization provides a full complement of sports activities for the children of the Parish, including baseball, basketball, golf, softball, soccer, track, and volleyball. Volunteers are always needed as coaches
John Richmond: 314.560.2303
This group exists because the women of Christ the King are interested in coming together for friendship, mutual support, sharing spirituality, community involvement, and best of all to have fun. There has been a women’s group in this parish for almost 80 years and the goals have not changed all that much.
We do not have regularly scheduled meetings but we have four big events throughout the year:
- Wine and Cheese social party in late summer.
- Christmas Luncheon, generally the first Sunday in December.
- Progressive Dinner, a Saturday night in April.
- A Women’s Weekend, either in Fall or Spring which weaves together spiritual and social activities.
Diane O’Brien: 314-932-9189
Theresa Wiss: 860-324-3581
Home & School Committee
An association of the parents of the children in our school which works to promote the life and work of the school, to support and assist the administration of the school, and to help raise funds for the special needs of the school. Meets quarterly.
Parish School of Religion
Parents whose children attend non-Catholic schools are obliged seriously to provide for the religious education of their children. St. Joseph Parish (Clayton) conducts a Parish School of Religion for the children in our area who attend non-Catholic Schools.
The Director of Religious Education at St. Joseph Parish: 314-727-9059
This organization of the men of Christ the King is centered on prayer and service. They meet monthly for prayer, and are involved in planning the men’s retreats. The men of this group also help plan social activities and are available for service opportunities.
Mark Rowley: 314-440-5037
High School Youth Group
This organization gives high school teens the opportunity to gather together for friendship, support, and spirituality. The group meets most Wednesday evenings and participates in social and volunteer activities. The group has gone on service trips every summer since 2013.