We, the people of God at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, are a welcoming Christ-centered community committed to keeping alive the vision and hope of Vatican II. Our Sunday liturgy, enhanced by the creative arts, strengthens us for the work of peace and justice in the world and challenges us to live in communion with one another and all of creation. Mass Schedule Sunday: 8:00am 10:00am (sign language interpreted) Wednesday: 5:30pm (reconciliation 5:15pm) Parish Office 2702 Broadway East Seattle, WA 98102 206.329.2960 View Larger Map Staff: Fr. Patrick Clark, Pastor email@example.com JoAn Choi, Pastoral Associate firstname.lastname@example.org Susan Saini, Bookkeeper email@example.com Torrie Smith, Office Admin firstname.lastname@example.org Laura Ash, Music Ministry,...Read More
We Are Happy That You Found Us. St. Patrick’s is a welcoming and affirming faith community. We invite you to join us in Sunday worship. The music is lively and prayerful, the Word of God is powerfully proclaimed, and the community is warm and friendly. Active Parishioners Make St. Patrick’s a Special Community. St. Patrick thrives because of our committed members. Parishioners are actively involved in our Sunday eucharistic celebrations, in comforting the suffering, in forming others in faith, in care of our facilities, in leadership, and in community social events. St. Patrick’s Deaf and Deaf/Blind Community Every Sunday the 10:00am mass is sign-language interpreted. Interpreters are available for other liturgies and events upon request. Tactile interpreters are also available. During services, the deaf and deaf/blind members sit in the front left pews of the church. The deaf/blind community meets frequently for social gatherings and for religious education sessions. Children’s Faith Formation We provide a weekly faith formation program on Sunday morning during the school year for children 3 years old through 8th grade. The mission of the program is to ensure that our children will develop a deepening realization of God’s love for them and experience the mystery of God’s presence in prayer, ritual and sacrament. On the second Saturday of the month, there is a Children’s Liturgy of the Word during the 10:00am mass. Reaching Out To Help Others We take seriously our Christian vocation to reach out to those in need. Financially and through volunteer efforts, we support several outreach programs, including a sister parish program in El Salvador, a home in our neighborhood for formerly homeless women and a St. Vincent de Paul conference. About...Read More
If you know the joy of having your own child baptized and the blessing of being a parent, you have the life experience that is needed for being part of the baptism preparation team. Meeting with parents who are preparing to have their infant/child baptized offers an opportunity for you to encourage other parents as they begin the journey of Christian parenthood. Contact: JoAn Choi; 206.329.2960, ext. 102; email@example.com...Read More
Whenever I visit St Pat’s for Mass or another event, I always feel like I am coming home to family. Although I am a single woman, I never feel left out. There are so many ministries and activities to be part of that I never feel I am isolated or on the outside of the community. The community of St. Patrick’s parish accepts and embraces me as a gay person. I feel fortunate to be a part of this faith community. ‘It takes a village to raise a child.’ St. Patrick Church is like a village, always welcoming and open to our family. Strong on its sense of social justice, we come to St. Pat’s because of the diverse community (deaf community, l’Arche, etc.), the parish’s commitment to justice (our sister parish in El Salvador, Noel House, etc.), a strong lay presence, and the rich, prayerful...Read More
We, the people of God at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church, are a welcoming Christ-centered community committed to keeping alive the vision and hope of Vatican II. Our Sunday liturgy, enhanced by the creative arts, strengthens us for the work of peace and justice in the world and challenges us to live in communion with one another and all of creation.