Our mission with the Christ the King Service Team is to bring awareness to the masses about opportunities to have Christ's light shine through acts of service. Our ministry is based on building relationships with those in need, and actively working as the hands and feet of God.
"Give yourself fully to God. He will use you to accomplish great things on the condition that you believe much more in His love than in your own weakness."- St. Teresa of Calcutta
During the semester:
Volunteer at various sites throughout the semester. Possibilities include:
Habitat for Humanity, Missionaries of Charity, Live2Serve, Bishop Ott Shelter, Nursing Homes, Women's New Life Center, and more...
Join the "CTK Service Team" group on Facebook for updates!
Or contact Erin Carmon at [email protected]su.edu
St. Agnes Catholic Church
Volunteer at St. Agnes’s soup kitchen/women’s home with the Missionaries of Charity!
8am mass at St. Agnes followed by a little breakfast with the parishioners.
By 9am we are in the Sister’s soup kitchen (the reformed school building). There we are the Sisters’ extra hands and feet. Our service can range from cooking and serving food to painting their doors and cleaning their home. Usually we are out by 11:30am, if not earlier. Noon is the latest we’ll leave, but that is rare.
Contact Ryan Simonaux for more details at [email protected]
Wednesday nights Live2Serve has a volunteer opportunity called Live2Play.
At 6:15pm, provided no inclement weather, the volunteers walk and pick up the kids from their homes and bring them to the YMCA to play with them. The night consists of playing with the children and whatever activities the Live2Serve staff has planned, usually a bible study & game to end the night. We then walk the kids back to their homes. Over by 8:15pm.
(if the weather is bad, they announce that they are cancelling on their Facebook and Instagram)
Contact Matt Miller for more details at [email protected]
Live2Serve is starting a new tutoring program on Tuesday and Thursday from 4-6pm.
This is a beautiful new program that can really positively impact the lives of many kids. 4-6pm is not a huge time commitment, and you don't have to show up both days! Just come when you can!
Outside of helping the kids academically, you can give them formation that they otherwise would not have. Patience, perseverance, discipline, respect. These are all virtues that you can help cultivate in the lives of kids who are in great need of them. This is the Gospel in action!
Contact Erin Carmon for more details at [email protected]
If you have questions or maybe have educational books that you'd like to donate, please email [email protected]
1735 Thomas H. Delpit Dr.
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
LSU DANCE MARATHON
CTK is participating in LSU Dance Marathon where we join together to raise funds for our local Children's Miracle Network Hospital, which treats children from our area and provides life-saving care to sick and injured kids in need. Together we can save kids' lives - we need your help!
The event will be April 18, 2020 and supports the children and families of Our Lady of the lake Children's Hospital in Baton Rouge.
Check out our fundraising page here to join the team or make a life-saving donation!
The Francis Project
A homeless outreach ministry, where we go into the streets of Baton Rouge to encounter our friends on the streets.
Spiritual poverty can be so much greater than material poverty, so we hope to share the light of Christ and His joy for all people with these men and women in our community.
SPRING DATES TBD
Provided that it does not rain, please meet at CTK in the classrooms at 9:30am. Locations vary and are assigned based on the number of volunteers for that day.
We try to be done by 11:30am. This can vary though, due to conversations you may strike up with people.
Born to Run BR 2019
Join Christ the King as we help raise funds for WNLC!
You can join the team and register for the Born to Run Baton Rouge 5k/1mile Fun Run or donate directly at the page below:
Woman’s New Life Clinic’s mission is to promote the sanctity of life, the dignity of women, and the sacredness of sexuality through medical and mental health services.
The Center is empowering women to choose life. Since their start in 2001, they’ve saved over 2,100 lives from abortion.
WNLC offers free professional counseling, pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, and case management to women in unplanned pregnancies. They also offer professional post-abortion counseling, pregnancy loss counseling,
ALL FREE OF CHARGE.
In addition to these services for women in unplanned pregnancies, Woman’s New Life Center has launched new programs, allowing them to compete with Planned Parenthood, such as family planning instruction.
Woman’s New Life Center operates strictly through private donations from people like you.
Donating to Woman’s New Life Center is something tangible that each and every one of us can do in the fight for life.