Join us for a three-week session that will help you to recognize God’s profound and

personal love which is reserved just for you and to discover the vast ways He speaks to you daily. We will learn to hear His voice – what is of God and what is not. These classes will help each of us follow God step by step so we can walk the path He has laid before us with trust, confidence, and peace.

When: Tuesday Evenings – August 9th, 16th & 23rd

Time: 7:00pm – 8:30pm

Where: Christ the King Church Parish Hall

Refreshments will be provided

Presented by Lisa Scott, Margaret Ostaszewski, and Anthony Colavita.

Please click here to register. (Walk-ins are also welcome!)

From Bishop Lucia:

It is always an exciting time for me as the Solemnity of Pentecost approaches. This year the Vigil of Pentecost coincides with the third anniversary of the announcement of my appointment as the Bishop of Syracuse. For me the Pentecost feast is always groundbreaking and so this year I am motivated to share some of what I have heard in the 42 synodal listening sessions held around the diocese and introduce you to some changes that will be taking place because of what I have heard.

I have written a letter to our diocesan family dated June 4th, Vigil of Pentecost. In the letter, I introduce two changes that are taking place with the publication of the letter. They come as a result of what I have learned in my three years in the diocese and as already mentioned, especially in what I have heard in the synodal listening sessions.

The first change is the transition from a regional structure to vicariates along with the appointment of Vicars Forane. The other is a change in our approach to formation and the adoption of a team approach to forming disciples. This new approach is in direct response to the current situation of our faithful and what I have heard repeatedly throughout the diocese – our approach to catechesis and formation must change. As such, I have asked five offices to work together as a team to provide models, support, and resources that will help this diocese transition from what has been termed moving from Christendom to Apostolic Mission.

To read Bishop Lucia's letter, please click the link below.

Bp Pentecost letter 2022
Download PDF • 2.70MB


The Food Pantry is an outreach to our local community. Each month, we provide families in need of help with non-perishable food items. we also provide gift baskets at Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas. In addition, we also provide non-perishable food items each weekend to several Morgan Road Elementary students.

Our pantry is always in need of non-perishable food items such as ramen noodles, nutritional/granola bars, tuna fish, canned fruits and vegetables, peanut butter, soup, pasta and rice. Donations of food items can be made at the Parish Office during normal business hours.

If you know someone who needs help, our pantry is here to provide that help. Please give us a call at 315-652-1094, Option 1. All calls are confidential,