Are you new here?

Welcome! Whether you’re visiting town, new to the area, were raised Catholic, Protestant, atheist, agnostic, or have never even considered church, religion, and spirituality, there is a place for you here.

Here are a few things you need to know.

About us

We are Christ the King Parish, a dynamic Catholic Community in Dartmouth. We have two church sites, Saint Thomas More Church at 15 Caledonia Road and Saint Vincent the Paul Church at 320 Flying Cloud Drive. But we all belong to the same Parish! One community, two buildings.

We at Christ the King have weekly services in English and French, a monthly African Mass, held on the first Sunday of the month, and a Brazilian Adoration to the Blessed Sacrament, held in Portuguese on the first Tuesday of the month.

At CTK Parish, we encourage each other to be a lively and dynamic faith community, where people experience the joy of the Holy Spirit, grow in their faith and relationship with God, and be empowered to carry out the mission of bearing witness to Christ and make disciples of all nations (Mt. 28:19). This vision is captured in three statements:

“Come encounter Christ. Joyfully share his love. Go make disciples.”

This is what meant to be a parishioner at Christ the King! We welcome you and invite you to learn more about all of our prayer groups, ministries, and other services for all ages where you can join, bring your family, and help us to build a strong faith community.

Register as a Parishioner

Thank you for deciding to take a step in your faith journey and register as a parishioner of Christ the King Parish! Fill out the form below and

Welcome to the family!

Here’s why it’s helpful when you register as a parishioner:

  • Keep Us Informed: We can better understand who the members of our community are when our databases our current.
  • Get Connected: You can sign up and receive the weekly bulletin via email.
  • Support Our Community: You have the opportunity to get set up with regular giving options.
  • Ready for What’s Next: If you or your children are preparing to receive sacraments or get married, we already have your information on record.

Have questions, or need to update your registration? CLICK HERE to contact the parish office!

When to Join Us

Our Weekend Masses:
Saturday at 4:00 pm at St. Thomas More
Sunday at 8:30 am at St. Thomas More
Sunday at 11:15 am at St. Vincent de Paul
Sunday at 2:00 pm at St. Vincent de Paul (FRENCH)

For more details or to see our daily Mass times, click below.

Watch the Live Stream

Every week we live stream the 8:30 am Mass. You’re welcome to check it out live or watch the recording later to get acquainted with our community.

What about my kids?

Jesus said, “Let the children come to me” (Mt 19.14). Children are welcome here! We welcome squirmy and loud kids as a gift from God.

We also have faith formation classes for children in Grade Primary–Grade 6 and Grades 7–9 during the school year, in both English and French. Contact us for more information or to register!

Where to Go


15 Caledonia Road, Dartmouth, NS

Our St. Thomas More location is just off Main Street in Dartmouth, across from the NSCC Akerley Campus.

We have two entrances to our parking lot. You can enter from Caledonia Road by driving up either of the criss-cross driveways, or you can turn onto Kuhn Drive from Main Street and enter at the back of the parking lot. Accessible parking spots can be found nearest to the access ramp to the left of the main doors.


320 Flying Cloud Drive, Dartmouth, NS

Accessible parking spots can be found in the front and center of the parking lot. The main entrance to the Church is in the center of the building, underneath the name “St. Vincent de Paul.”

What’s Next?

Need to talk to someone about the Catholic faith? Contact the parish office. We’d be happy to hear from you.

Want to become Catholic? The process of formation and initiation into the Catholic Church is called The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA). Learn more here.

Want a place to explore life, faith, and meaning? Try Alpha — it’s an open, honest, non-judgmental place to ask big life questions. Whether you have no faith background or are a lifelong Christian, you’re welcome. Learn more about Alpha here.

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