Friday 8 - 8:40 a.m. &
4:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Saturday 8 - 8:40 a.m.
*Not available when Fr. Chad is away.
Wednesdays 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Thursdays 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. Evening Prayer in the Church at 6:45 p.m. followed by Benediction at 7 p.m.
Everything we have, everything that we are is by God's grace. Embracing stewardship allows us to experience profound joy in serving others that comes from developing, using and sharing our gifts.
We ask you to prayerfully reflect on the blessings God has given to you and the ways in which we have been blessed through the gifts of others. Your generosity allows us to continue the mission of Jesus Christ both here in our parish family and in the wider community. If you have already sent in your response, we thank you for participating!
Join us on our Lenten Mission this year. Mauricio Pérez, Eucharistic Missionary and award-winning Columnist for Northwest Catholic magazine, will help us to understand the important connection the Eucharist has with the Lenten season. Through a step-by-step exercise of biblical exegesis, we will comprehend how the four texts that narrate the institution of the Eucharist emerged. Mauricio will help us understand the liturgical significance of the Offertory rite and will teach us to make our own lives a true offering to God that we can present at every Mass. Two evenings of profound learning and spirituality. Sunday, March 10th, and Monday, March 11th, from 6:30 to 8:30pm. After attending these sessions, your participation in the Holy Mass will never be the same!
Fridays during lent at 6:30pm in the Church. February 22nd, March 1st, 8th, 15th & 22nd
On Tuesday, February 27th, instead of 9am Daily Mass, there will be an Adoration Holy Hour.
Wednesdays during lent at 6pm in the Church. February 28th, March 6th, 13th & 20th.
Families with children ages 5-10 are invited to build a wreath that chronicles the Lord's arrival into Jerusalem and His trials through the Resurrection. Saturday, March 2nd from 2 to 3pm in the Marian Social Hall. Fr. Chad will be there to help tell our Savior's story. Light snacks will be provided.
On Saturday, March 2nd there will be a Women's Breakfast Special Edition from 10am to 12om in the Marian Social Hall! Women will gather to make butter lambs, enjoy tea time lunch and share their Lenten/Easter traditions. Not need to RSVP, just show up and bring a friend!
Please support the Easter baskets project by taking a basket from the table at Coffee and Donuts this weekend, February 24th / 25th and next weekend (March 2nd/3rd) or making a cash donation by clicking here. Return your filled baskets no later than the weekend of March 9th / 10th. Click here to read more. Click here to contact Caryn for more information.
The Junior Chorus will have its next opportunity to sing at the 9am Easter Mass on Sunday, March 31st. Rehearsals will start Sunday March 3rd from 1:30 – 3pm and continue the following three Sundays, March 10th, 17th and 24th at the same time. Questions? Click here to contact Michael Marchione.
Save the Date! August 5th - 9th from 10am to 12:30pm. Children entering K thru 5th grades in the fall are invited to participate in the MQP Vacation Bible Camp. Questions? Click here to contact Christy Bleisch.
All incoming 9th graders through 12th graders are invited to join us this summer for the Steubenville NW Conference! Early Bird Registration before February 28th is $375 which includes conference registration, lodging at The Centennial for 2 nights, 5 meals, transportation, and conference shirts. Registration is $395 after March 1st. To go to our registration page for Mary, Queen of Peace, click here.
BAPTISMAL FONT REPAIR
We have not been able to keep our Baptismal Font filled with water for the past few years, due to a leak that drips into a room below. Various attempts to provide an "easier fix" have not solved the problem, so we are moving forward with a more thorough repair. Construction will begin tomorrow and last 4-6 weeks. The overall shape, design, and location of the Font will remain the same, but since the repair will require removing tiles, we are taking advantage of this opportunity to retile the Font. Funding for this project is coming from the Annual Catholic Appeal rebate—thank you for your generosity!
The construction will not impact the typical Mass schedule or Friday Stations of the Cross, but will potentially affect the location of Adoration, Confessions, or other events. Please check Parish media for updates. Also, please do not disturb the area while it is under construction.
Thank you for your patience and understanding during construction. Please pray for a successful completion in time for Easter Vigil!
The Knights of Columbus Easter Flowers Sale is taking place now through March 4th. Flowers will be delivered Friday, March 23rd - Sunday March 25th ONLY (unclaimed flowers will be donated to MQP). Donating the cash price of the flowers to the Parish is also an option. Order forms are available in the Narthex or click here to order online. Click here to read more.
On Ash Wednesday, the leaders of the women’s religious communities in the Northwest, along with several Bishops in the Northwest, call for peace in the Middle East. Click here to read the joint statement on the conflict in Israel and Gaza.
On Thursday, March 21st at 7pm, join Archbishop Etienne for the Chrism Mass and the blessing of the holy oils, which will be used to administer the sacraments at Easter and throughout the Archdiocese for the year. These holy oils include the oil of catechumens, the oil of the infirm and holy chrism. All are welcome to join at St. James Cathedral.
Archbishop Paul D. Etienne, in partnership with parish leaders, introduced the vision to re-invigorate and renew our local Catholic Church. Click on the button above to subscribe to the Partners UPDATE for the latest information sent right to your email inbox.
The final parish families for the Archdiocese of Seattle were announced on February 3rd.
Mary, Queen of Peace will become a parish family with
Our Lady of Sorrows, Snoqualmie and St. Joseph, Issaquah.
All parish families will go into effect on July 1st.
Click here for more information.
If you’ve been away from Mass during the pandemic or for other reasons, we invite you to come back to receive the Eucharist, rebuild community life and renew your commitment to Sunday Mass. Read more.