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Parish Ministries

"We are Many Parts,  -


We are called to be Christian stewards of our God-given gifts of time, talent and treasure.  In recognizing these gifts, we fulfill God's plan for us and our parish mission of being the real presence of Christ.

Do you want to feel more a part of the parish?  Would you like to get involved?  This page lists the different ministries in which you can fulfill your role and deepen your faith and your relationship with Him.

Please take some time to prayerfully reflect on these opportunities and discern where and how God is calling you to serve him by finding out what ministry best fits your talents, interests and schedule. 

Contact Violeta Juzon at or 425-743-2929 to guide and connect you with the ministry that you feel called for.

Parish Leadership:

Parish Pastoral Council

The PPC is involved in most activities and programs affecting the liturgical and spiritual life of the Parish.
Ann Ayson
Pastoral Council brochure

Finance Council
Advises the Pastor on financial matters of the parish and school. Responsible for monitoring all income and expenses, and approving the annual budget.
Richard Pyle

Finance Council Brochure

Stewardship Commission

Involved in  promoting Stewardship of time, talent and treasure.  They provide Hospitality, Welcoming Social, and Ministry Fair.

Laura Piispanen

Stewardship brochure

Faith Formation Commission
This commission advises and supports the Pastor and the Faith Formation staff. They assess parish needs and ensure that quality faith formation programs are developed and implemented for the passing on of the Catholic Faith to our children and adults.

  •  Children's Faith Formation
  •  Children’s Liturgy of theWord
  •  First Reconciliation and
  • First Communion Prep
  •  Baptism Prep Class
  • RCIA

Sharon Guerrero
425-743-2929 ext 114

Adult Formation
Violeta Juzon 425-743-2929 ext111

  • Scripture Study
  •  Marrige Prep Program
  • Married Couple's Enrichment

Faith Formation Brochure

Youth Commission
 This Commission assists the pastor and youth ministry staff in planning, implementing and evaluating ongoing youth programs.

  • Youth and Young Adult Formation
  •  Confirmation Prep Team

Justic and Peace Commission
This commission initiates and oversees neighboring outreach programs to further the social justice teachings of the Church.

Justice and Peace Commission 
Mary Charles 425- 745-0137

 Intercultural Commisssion
This commission honors, celebrates, and acknowledges the richness of the ethnic and cultural diversity in our faith community.  To live the real presence of Christ through cultural knowledge and acceptance and letting the gifts of culture enrich the life of the church, community and people.

Intercultural Commission
Eddie and Ellen Abellera

  •  Charismatic Prayer Group

Liturgy Commission
This commission works closely with the Pastor to support the spirituality and prayers life of the parish community and to ensure that liturgies nourish the life of the parish. 

 Kevin Norris



 Liturgical Ministry:

Music Ministry
Join together in song, with various choir ensembles.  Saturday 5 pm Masses- Multicultural Choir, Mission Choir, One Voice and St. Frances Choir.  Sunday 8:30 am Choir, 10:30am Choir.

Debbie Demiero

Men and women who assist at Mass or Funeral Masses to enhance the worship of our faith community. Duties include preparing the altar for Mass and cleaning the altar following Mass.

Cathy Reed


Volunteers who assist people to their seat if necessary. They also take up the collection.

Pat Portolese

Parish volunteers who warmly welcome parishioners as they enter the Church for Mass.

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion who serve the Body and Blood of Christ at Mass and to the sick and homebound are the most sacred way of participating in Mass.  EMS functions as servants to the body of Christ, God's people.  The primary focus of their ministry is to serve our parish with fidelity, reverence, and love.

Mike and Angela Vu 


 We are all One Body"


Mass Coordinator
The primary work of this ministry is to serve the presider (priest) and the assembly (those who gather to celebrate) especially at Sunday Mass.  This minister serves "behind the scenes" on Saturday evenings and Sunday mornings before each Mass to assure that all the items needed for the day's liturgy are in place, that the appropriate ministers are present to know their roles and are ready to serve.  This minister makes sure that everything required for the celebration of special rites or rituals during the Mas is placed before the Mass begins.  This minister is available to the presider to attend any special details or last minute preparations.



The lector has the important and priviledged responsibility of proclaiming God's Word at Mass.  Any confirmed parishioenr with good reading skills is encouraged to become a Lector.

   Rick Spehar
Click here for procedures.

Liturgical Linen Service
Responsible for the preparation and care of the altar linens. This includes the washing and ironing of purificators, corporals, and altar linens.

Arts and Environment
This group creates new banners for the various seasons as well as decorating with flowers, etc.  They are also responsible for organizing the cleaning of the church before Christmas and Easter. 

  Arts and Environment
Joy Espejo 

Altar Servers
Altar Servers have the special priviledge of assisting the celebrant at Masses, funerals, weddings, and other special occasions.  All Parish children grade 5th and above are eligible to apply.  Four servers are scheduled at each Mass throughout the year.  Altar Serving provides an opportunity to be more directly involved in the Liturgy.


Charismatic Prayer Group

The STM Charismatic Prayer Group meets every 2nd Friday of the month for a healing service, intercessory prayers.  Provides teaching in the Spirit or Alive in the Spirit Seminars.

Eucharistic Adoration
Every first Friday of the month  from 9:00am to 8:00 a.m. Saturday. The Blessed Sacrament is exposed and adored by volunteers who sign up for one hour or more to pray before the Lord Jesus present in the Monstrance.


Rite of Christian Initiation – Gathering to explore joining the Catholic Faith for those who are unbaptized or baptized in another faith. 

Baptism Preparation
Preparing parents for the formation of their child’s faith.

First Communion Preparation
Supports and encourages the parents, the first teachers of the Faith, as they prepare their children for the reception of the Sacraments.  This is accomplished with a parent meeting, work at home with provided materials and a parent and child retreat. 


Confirmation Preparation
Our two-year program consists of a formation  and a sacramental preparation year.  The formation year can be done by attending either a Catholic High School or parish Faith Formation program in the year prior to enrollment in the Sacrament prep program.  The year of Sacramental prep requires attending the Jr and Sr High classes from the beginning of the school year until the Confirmation Mass.

Pastoral Care- Outreach

Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion to the Sick and Homebound
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion to the sick bring Communion weekly to the homebound at home, in Assisted Living Facilities, nursing homes or Swedish/Edmonds Hospital.
EM to the Sick Brochure

John Alexy,
and Rick Spehar

Consoling Grace-INACTIVE
Consoling Grace is a ministry of volunteers whose mission is to provide consolation to parishioners who are grieving the death of a loved one and to build a community support during the time of grief.

Violeta Juzon

 Funeral Reception- INACTIVE
The Funeral Reception Committe hosts a reception after funerals.  In providing for families at this time of need, we extend God's love and support them in a tangible way.

Cathy Bellande
Matha's Ministry brochure 







Administrative Ministry:

Office Receptionist

Volunteers cover the phone
and front door M-Th at the
parish offices, one morning
or afternoon a week.  A warm sense of hospitality is important
as well as the ability to take on ad
ditional light office duties.
Parish Office  volunteer brochure

Offertory (Money)Counters (INACTIVE)
A group of volunteers who
meets every Monday morning to count the funds collected at Mass each week. Each group volunteers on a  three week rotation.

Parish Office volunteer brochure


Justice and Peace-Outreach

Garden/food bank

The community Garden was established to produce good,
fresh food to be donated to the
food bank.  Committed gardeners willing to take responsibility for a space, grow and harvest, and deliver food to the Lynnwood
Food Bank.

 Garden/Food Bank
Jean and Chris Stevenson


Karen Hibbert 

Parishioners provide FOO and SHELTER for the homeless and those living in cars or other inadequate shelters DURING THE COLD WINTER NIGHTS.  They are in need of hats, mittens, socks and
non-perishable food and toiletries.

Other Ministries:

Health and Wellness

 The goal of the Health & Wellness Ministry intends to optimize your health and well-being though complementary strategies. It aims to empower you to make health behavior changes that are the foundations of lifelong well-being. It intends to bridge the gap between medical recommendations and your ability to successfully implement those recommendations and your ability to successfully implement those recommendations into your complex life. To this end, the Health & Wellness Ministry offers client education, total person programs, and social justice.

Serra Club
Serrans are dedicated to
their mission: to foster and
affirm vocations to the ministerial priesthood and vowed religious
life in the USA, and through this ministry, further their members' common Catholic faith

Serra Club
Eddie Abellera

Knights of Columbus
The Fr. Chirouse Council of the Knights of Columbus have supported the Pastor and parish since 1966. They have a long history of service through fundraisers, projects and manpower. 

Knights of Columbus
(Blood Drive, etc)
Tony Saha

Catholic Daughters of the Americas
The CDA meet monthly and
share friendships while doing charity work and building their
 faith together.

Catholic Daughters of
the Americas
Cathy Reed

St Vincent de Paul

 The Society of St. Vincent de
Paul is a group of parish
volunteers who are dedicated
to helping those in need, of
any faith, in whatever ways
are necessary and possible.

St Vincent de Paul
Brian Williams


Hospitality/Senior Luncheon
This group hosts Senior
Luncheons quarterly on the third
Thursday of the month to provide social gatherings for the seniors. 

Martha's Ministry brochure


Hospitality for Sacramental Celebrations
The Sacramental team
provides receptions for each Sacramental events, ex: First Communion, Confirmation 
and Easter Vigil's Baptisms.

Martha's Ministry brochure

Welcome Committee

 A team of Volunteers who
greets parishioners in the
Narthex every first Sunday
of the month.


Coffee and Donuts

Volunteers serve coffee,
juice and donuts after all
Masses on Sunday mornings
in Dalton Hall.

Cathy Bellande