Notices & Updates

See below for recent updates from Christ the King Parish.


Father Patrick Salah is coming!

Our dear friend Patrick Salah was ordained to the Sacred Order of Presbyter for the Archdiocese of Halifax-Yarmouth on Saturday, August 21. And our Parish is not only celebrating his ordination, but also welcoming him as our new associate pastor.


Our COVID-19 Response

Updated July 26, 2021

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Public Masses — All in-person Masses were resumed following COVID-19 guidelines in a first come first served basis.

Click Here for Livestream Mass (11:30am Sunday)

Parish Office – open Monday to Thursday 10am-1pm.

Spiritual Support — If you are in need of spiritual support from Fr. Toochukwu, whether for anointing of the sick, confession, or spiritual counseling, please call 902-435-2500 and press extension 7 to speak to a priest.

Ways to Donate — The church relies on your financial contributions; even when operations cannot proceed as usual, we continue to have utilities and expenses to pay, just as homeowners do. The good news is that we are now set up to receive E-Transfers (bank withdrawal) and Online Giving (credit card donations). Click Here to Donate

Ministry Meetings On-Site — To book any ministry meeting Please address to svdproombookings@gmail.com. And for St. Thomas More facility for ministry meetings will shortly, any ministry group of Christ the King Parish may request a booking. Please address to sainttmore@gmail.com.


More Updates

To keep up-to-date on the latest news regarding COVID-19 from the Nova Scotia Health Authority, CLICK HERE.

For the latest directives issued by the Archdiocese of Halifax-Yarmouth, CLICK HERE.

For updates from the Canadian Council of Catholic Bishops, CLICK HERE.


We know that this is a difficult time for everyone and it has impacted and may continue to impact our lives, families and Church in many ways. We continue to pray and hope that it doesn’t last too long. 

In the midst of our struggles and challenges, we would like you to know that we are not alone, God is with us and he will see us through it all.

Even though our Masses and gatherings are restricted, our faith in God and Jesus Christ and our commitment to support one another will never be diminished. So, I encourage you to continue to pray privately and as families. Try to keep yourself and your families safe as well as other people. Remember to check on each other from time to time, either by phone or by email because we are one family.

I thank our staff, Leadership Team, Finance Council, Pastoral Council and our volunteers who are working hard to keep things going. Thanks to everyone for your prayers, devotion, sacrifices and generosity. Count on my prayers for you and for your loved ones. 

God bless you all!
Fr. Toochukwu



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