On behalf of the staff and parishioners of Mary, Queen of Peace, welcome! Although we are a large faith community, we strive to always cherish and value the gifts of each parishioner. We invite you to find a place in our parish that nurtures and serves you in your faith development.
We, the Parish of Mary, Queen of Peace are a faith community, following the teachings of Jesus Christ, in the tradition of the Roman Catholic Church. We gather together, welcoming in spirit, united in our diversity, committed to peace through justice, as witness to our faith. We seek to be the family of God, by our active participation in stewardship through worship, education, service and social activities. Our lives will bear witness to our faith.
PASTORAL SERVICES AND HEALING
Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday (or by appointment).
Sunday the office is open from 10:15 to 11:30 a.m.
Sacrament of Reconciliation: Saturday 3:30 p.m. - 4:45 p.m. in the Chapel or by appointment.
Anointing of the Sick: Call the parish office at (425) 391-1178, if you are ill, need a home visit, or would like to celebrate this sacrament.
For an After Hours emergency that requires the ministry of a priest... you may also call the Eastside Catholic Pastoral Care Ministry at (206) 748-1500.
There are no upcoming scheduled events.
Click here to check out “Faith Stories”, a collection of video interviews with several of MQP parishioners who describe their faith journeys in The Catholic Church. More videos to come over the next several weeks:
Homilies - Recorded
Click here to listen to recorded homilies from MQP.
Homilies - Written Text
Click here to view available homilies.
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Immigration and Refugee Resources
- Know Your Rights guide from CLINIC, which can be downloaded in English or Spanish
- Know Your Rights videos, steps to protect yourself, and advocacy options from Justice for Immigrants (JFI)
- Family Preparedness Plan [English] or Family Preparedness Plan [Spanish]
- Template for developing an Emergency Plan [Spanish] from the Intercommunity Peace and Justice Center (IPJC)
- Cards to assert rights from IPJC
- Ideas for parish groups from St. James Immigrant Assistance
All of this and more is also available on the Seattle Archdiocese immigrant & refugee web page: www.seattlearchdiocese.org/irm