Putting faith into action. 


The Kingmen is a social and service organization dedicated to building community and promoting spiritual growth through Outreach, Fellowship and Hospitality to the Christ the King Catholic School and Parish Community of Christ the King Catholic Church.



In Christianity, “Fellowship” is a term (translated from the Greek koinonia) referring to individual Christians who are in Christian communion with each other.


The Kingmens Group meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month in the CTK Community Center at 7:00 PM. At our meetings we listen to speakers from the Dallas Catholic Community, discuss upcoming service projects and engage in group prayer. After the meeting, (usually at 8:00 PM) we adjourn to “Nick & Sam’s” or another nearby venue for additional fellowship. The Kingsmen routinely hold one off gatherings at fun venues like Top Golf and participate in spiritual retreats and community events such as the“Crusader Classic” Golf Outing and the “Spring Fling.”


Outreach is an activity of providing services to needy people who might not otherwise have access to those services.


As Christians we must be servants as Pope Francis states: We must not forget that true power, at whatever level, is service, which has its luminous summit on the Cross. With great wisdom Benedict XVI reminded the Church many times that for man, authority is often synonymous with possession, dominion, success. For God authority is always synonymous with service, humility, love. It means to enter into Jesus’ logic, who bends down to wash the feet of the Apostles (cf. Angelus, January 29, 2012), and who says to his disciples: “You know that the rulers of the Gentiles lord it over them …. it shall not be so among you; in fact, the motto of your assembly, no? ‘it shall not be so among you’; but whoever would be great among you must be your servant, and whoever would be first among you must be your slave” (Matthew 20:25-27)