Welcome to Assumption Parish

We are a faith community in the Archdiocese of Seattle   under the Archbishop J. Peter Sartain. We are a parish in the north east part of Seattle that is open and welcoming. As part of the Roman Catholic Church we are a sacramental community and we express ourselves fully when we assemble to celebrate the Eucharist, giving praise and thanksgiving to God.

Our parish family is made up of many generations, singles, couples, families, young and old. All are invited to share in the ministry and fellowship of the church. Email us.

 

Our parish was founded in the mid 1920's and includes a K-8 elementary school founded in 1947. We are blessed with the longstanding leadership of Rev. Oliver Duggan as Pastor,  who has been at Assumption since 2001. Our K-8, Catholic School, is located on our campus.

 

Please browse through our website and feel free to join us at anytime. If you have any questions please contact us either via email, a note in the offertory basket or call us during office hours.


 

  Expose on The Pope

 

 

 

Christmas Eve Masses

5:00pm & 9:00pm

Carols begin 1/2 hour prior

 

Christmas Day Mass  9:00am 

 

Advent Reconciliation Monday, Dec. 15,
7:00pm

 

 

2015 Stewardship Commitment Form

 

Online Giving Portal

 


Watch Mass on our

New Live Stream

 


Mass Schedule


Daily Mass   9:00am
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday(prayer begins at 8:45am)

Communion Service 9:00am
Tuesday
 

Saturday Vigil Mass
5:00pm

Sunday Mass

8:30 and 10:30am
Coffee Hour follows each Sunday Mass

(Hearing assisted devices are available)

Reconciliation
Saturday
4:00- 4:45pm

(or by appointment)
 

 

Upcoming Events

 

A prickly Christmas

12/17/14

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Just who was the Child Jesus?

12/17/14

by F. Douglas Kneibert OSV Newsweekly When reading the Bible, I’ve occasionally been stopped in my tracks by a passage that I had... Read Catholic News & Perspective