Weekend Mass is celebrated outdoors (rain, shine or cold) on:
- Saturdays at 5 P.M.
- Sundays at 9, 10 and 11 A.M.
We welcome new visitors always!
Click here to read more about what an outdoor service is like.
Upcoming Pre-Registration Changes for Outdoor Masses
(updated December 23, 2020)
Beginning in December, pre– or walk-in registration will no longer be required for weekend Masses (thanks to simpler health guidelines and ample outdoor capacity). However, for Holy Days and special Liturgies that have a capacity limitation, please pre-register by visiting this webpage, which will continue to be updated with information on future Masses (or register by calling the Parish Office - 12 to 4 P.M., Monday to Friday - at 253 845 7521).
Attendance is limited, and the following health and safety
protocols will be observed:
experiencing a fever or other symptoms of illness must remain at home. Please self-assess prior to your arrival using this Health
Screening Questionnaire and Testing Resources.
- Attendees may face mandatory quarantine if a fellow attendee subsequently tests
positive for COVID-19.
- All parishioners
must wear face coverings, with exceptions for children of ages 5 or less.
Parishioners may receive Communion only in the hand. Please remove gloves before the Extraordinary Minister approaches.
- Please practice social distancing of at least 6 feet from members of another household.
The Church will provide sanitized seats (unless otherwise announced), placed at a prescribed distance from
- Mass will
be of shorter duration and without public singing.
- NEW When physically able during indoor Masses only, please kneel at these times:
1) between Sanctus ("Holy, holy, holy") and Our Father
2) between Agnus Dei ("Lamb of God") and Communion
3) after Communion (or sitting if preferred).
When you arrive at Mass, you will be checked off the list and seated. Please consider the sight line of others to see the altar if planning to bring an umbrella for inclement weather. Rain hoods may be best.
The dispensation from attending Mass in person is still in effect, whether you are ill or vulnerable. This also covers situations where people are unable to attend because of limitations of available seating, illness, and general risk or vulnerability. Live-streamed Mass from the Archdiocese remains daily on Vimeo and Facebook. Masses are also available on television.