Please be sure to register for Immaculate Conception (Tuesday 12/8 @ 8am) and Christmas Mass (Christmas Eve at 5pm and 7pm, Christmas Morning at 9am). Registration for Christmas closes on 12/15.
This year we will have Masses on Christmas Eve (Thursday 12/24) at 5pm and 7pm and on Christmas morning (Friday 12/25) at 9am. Registration will be open 12/1 – 12/15.
Join us for Mass on Thanksgiving Day (Thursday November 26) at 9am. Please note, this replaces our regular 8am Mass. Registration required.
Daily Mass is now being celebrated Tuesday – Saturday mornings at 8am. We ask that those who will be attending regularly (either for one or multiple days) make a standing reservation by using this form. This will ease the check-in process for our volunteers. Anyone who wants to attend without a standing reservation is welcome to do so by showing up by 7:50am. Like with Sunday Mass, we will only use the north side door for the entrance and masks/face coverings will be required. Doors will open by 7:45am.
Registration is required in order to follow protocols for congregation size and social distancing. Each week the reservations will occur between 9am on Monday and 6pm on Wednesday for the coming weekend. You will receive notification on Thursday regarding which Mass you have a reservation for. We anticipate everyone will be able to attend each weekend, however you may not always get your first choice (especially if your top choice is the 10am). We will maintain our regular weekend schedule of the Saturday Vigil at 5pm and Sunday Mornings at 8am and 10am.
Mass registration for the coming weekend opens at 9am on Monday.
We are now accepting registrations for Outdoor Mass on Sunday, June 21 at 10am.
If you would like to attend this Mass for Sunday, June 21, please fill out this form by Thursday at noon. We can only have a limited number of attendees, so if we get more responses than we can accommodate, those who are not selected will get first choice for the following weekend. You will receive an email by Friday at noon verifying whether or not you can attend. An RSVP does not equal confirmation, you will receive a separate email with that information! Only those who are confirmed to attend will be allowed entrance.
Please take our survey as we look to re-open Masses once King County enters Phase 2.
We want to be sure everyone has links to the guidance from Governor Inslee and the Archdiocese of Seattle as well.
St. Alphonsus Parish is live streaming Mass from the convent chapel. It is recorded so you can watch it at a later time if you cannot watch live. Join us for our Triduum services:
Holy Thursday: 6pm
Good Friday: 3pm
Easter Vigil: 8:30pm
Easter Morning: 9am