All Sunday and Daily Masses, programs, classes, and meetings are currently suspended.
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Our response to the spreading coronavirus must reflect how we, as disciples of Jesus, love our neighbor and love God.  In caring for all members of our community — especially the elderly and the vulnerable — we are carrying out the mission of the church. We must do our part to help prevent the spread of the virus.

Public Health King County advises against large gatherings. Due to this, we are postponing some nonessential ministry gatherings and other parish events until the county updates its recommendations. 

Sunday and Daily Mass have been suspend by the Archbishop of Seattle.  There will be no public celebration of Mass effective immediately.

Sacrament of Reconciliation is not being scheduled due to the Stay At Home directive from the governor.

The parish Office and the Church building wil now be closed in accordance with the Stay At Home directve.   Our amazing custordial team are being sent home and will no longer be sanitizing the church each day.  The parish staff will be working from home.  Please contact them through their regular parish email.  Click here for an email directory

Funeral rites without Mass may be held at the funeral home or graveside led by the priest or other minister.  Attendance is limited to no more than five people (immediate family).  A memorial Mass may be scheduled for a later date once we are again able to gather for Mass.  Other restrictions may be in place out of an abundance of caution to protect families and cemetery workers

May Christ, the Divine Physician, bring healing to the ill, strength to the medical community and compassion to all the faithful.