The Parish Office is Open by Appointment

The Parish Office is open by appointment only.  We are following the  Pueblo Health Department guidelines for businesses. We will not be accepting “walk-ins” to the parish office at this time to limit the spread of the coronavirus and to adhere to the recommendations for limiting the number of people in the office at one time.  Masks must be worn.

The parish staff will be available by appointment, phone or email. Please see the staff listing with our phone extensions and email addresses. We encourage you to arrange an appointment time with the staff member you need to see.

We appreciate your understanding during this time as we transition in the coming weeks while staying safe.  This is for our staff’s protection and yours so that we do not spread the virus amongst our staff or parishioners.

The Parish Office is usually open Monday to Friday: 9:00 a.m. to noon and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Hours will vary as we transition from working at home to working at the office.  Various staff will also be taking some much needed vacation time in the next couple of months, which will cause the office not to be open as scheduled.  Please contact us to schedule an appointment.


Bob Mysliwiec, Accountant, Ext. 115,

Carl Wertin, Fr. – Pastor  Ext. 116,

Corey Compton, Deacon  Ext. 251,

Laura Fisher Escalera  Ext. 113, Pastoral Associate for Religious Formation,

Lori Judkins   Ext. 118, Pastoral Associate for Liturgical Music,

Mary Meissner   Ext. 111, Administrative Assistant – General Mailbox: Option 7,

Sarah Nelson  Ext. 121, Pastoral Associate for Youth and Adult Pastoral Care,

Zack McDaniel-Garduno   Ext. 252, High School Discipleship Coordinator,


King Soopers Rewards Program! Our check this past quarter was for $3015.00

How would you like to grocery shop and give back to Christ the King Parish?
Thank you to the many parishioners participating in the parish.  Our check this past quarter was for $3015.00.
Sign up today if you haven’t yet!
All you need is a King Soopers Loyalty Card and a valid email address! Simply enroll your Loyalty Card at  by following the steps below from your desk top:

(Directions are a bit different from your smartphone.  Look for Community Rewards and Enroll.)

King Soopers Rewards Program Flyer - 4-18-19

E Z Online Giving




Click here for E Z Online Giving


Give one time with out registering, or sign up for your personal account.



Use your checking account or credit or debit card.  You may be able to even earn your reward points with the credit/debit card option that is already linked to your card.












Pick which areas you would like to contribute to:

Save time and make you contributions recurring.  No more remembering to mail your envelope!

You will receive an email thanking you for your contributions!

You will also have a record of your donations at your fingertips!

If you need help contact Mary Meissner at


A resource for conversing with your teen

Hello parents and guardians –

I recently ran across an email that said “Stuck at Home with Your Teen?  Watch this…”  What a great opening line!  I’m loving being home with my teenagers, but I’m always looking for better ways to communicate with them.  Part of that is learning their language.  This link is for a Christian company called Axis – and it helps you understand your teenager’s vocabulary and what is going on in their lives.  It also helps you connect that to Gospel values.  And it doesn’t cost you anything – they send newsletters for free.  They are releasing three 10 minute video’s over the next few days to help you have meaningful conversations with your teen.
Here is a link to watch the first video and learn more about Axis:

Laura Fisher Escalera
Pastoral Associate for Religious Formation
Christ the King Parish
(719) 542-9248 ext. 113


Let Sarah Nelson know if you have requests for Prayers…

Prayer Line

The Gift of Intercessory Prayer:
“Rejoice in hope, endure in affliction, and persevere in prayer.” Romans 12:12

God invites us into a relationship with Him that is both personal and communal. He speaks to us through His Son, Jesus Christ, the Word-made-flesh. Prayer is our response to God who is already speaking or, better yet, revealing Himself to us. Therefore, prayer is not merely an exchange of words, but it engages the whole person in a relationship with God the Father, through the Son, and in the Holy Spirit. –-USCCB “United States Conference of Catholic Bishops”

Mission: To pray for the intentions provided from the Prayer Line.  We welcome prayer requests by either phone call or email.

Volunteer Prayer line ministers receive weekly texts (through Flocknote platform) or email or phone calls of prayer requests as they come in. Volunteer prayer ministers then pray for the requests within their own personal prayer time and in their own way.

Do you have a prayer request?

Or would you like to join in the gift of intercessory prayer and become a part of the network of volunteers currently praying?

Click here for a brief explanation of the Prayer Line Ministry and what your role could look like

For more details contact Sarah at 542-9248 ext. 121 or email her at