Journey Through Lent

Lenten Events and Resources

Five Tips for a Fruitful Lenten Journey
  • Pray with your family. Take advantage of the prayer opportunities offered at our parish and in the greater community. Download the Lenten Family Kit from CRS Rice Bowl to use as a guide for your Lenten practice. 
  • Pray with the community. Make time for Confession on Friday and Wednesday evenings. Attend weekday Masses. Plan ahead to participate fully in our beautiful Holy Week services.
  • Practice fasting and abstinence. Giving something up for Lent is more than a tradition - it is a way to remind ourselves of the things that hinder us from having a closer relationship with God. To learn more, read the Seattle Archdiocese Official Guidelines for Lent
  • Reach out to those in need. Just as Jesus gave Himself for us, we are also called to give ourselves for others so that we may be part of God's work on earth. Participate in the CRS Rice Bowl project or click here to show your support for our parish ministries. 
  • Share the journey with others. Christians are called to be Good Samaritans - to share the journey with one another, especially those who are outcasts or strangers. Participate in the digital retreat, Companions on the Journey: A Lenten Digital Retreat.

Lenten Services Schedule

Lenten Soup Supper and Stations of the Cross

Every Friday, February 16 to March 23

Eucharistic Adoration at 5:30pm

Stations of the Cross at 7pm

Lenten Soup Supper at 6pm in the Parish Center


Fridays during Lent from 6-7pm

Wednesdays, 7pm in the church (except Ash Wednesday)

Weekday Mass

Tuesday to Thursday at 8:30am

First Friday of the month at 8:30am

Eucharistic Adoration

Following the 7:00pm Mass on Saturdays (Benediction at 9:00pm)

or following the 8:30am Mass on Tuesdays (Benediction at 10:00am)

Holy Week Schedule

Holy Thursday Mass of the Lord’s Supper

7pm in the Church

Good Friday, March 30

Ecumenical Good Friday Crosswalk

Beginning at 4pm, Powers Funeral Home

Ending at 6pm, All Saints Parish

Good Friday of the Lord’s Passion and Veneration of the Cross

7pm in the Church

Holy Saturday, March 31

Easter Vigil Mass at 10pm in the Church

Easter Sunday, April 1

Easter Day Masses at 9am, 11am and 5pm

Good Friday Passion Cards

“Teach us that God never forgets any of his children, and never tires of forgiving us and embracing us with his infinite mercy. But also teach us to never be tired of asking for forgiveness, and believing in mercy, without limit, from

the Father.”

Pope Francis, Good Friday 2015

Make the most of your Good Friday experience with the our downloadable Passion Cards. These cards contain Scriptural passages for various times of the day for reflection and prayer. The card is designed to be printed, cut out, folded and carried in a wallet or pocket, so that it can be used at work, at home, or elsewhere. If you wish to share these cards with your loved ones, PDF copies are available for download here.