There are many opportunities for fellowship and community at Blessed Sacrament! Explore groups for children and youth, women, men, and young adults below. Interested in helping others connect at Blessed Sacrament? Consider helping with Sunday Morning Fellowship or serving in our Welcoming Ministry.
Sunday Morning Fellowship
Every Sunday during the Fall, Winter, and Spring, after the 9:00 AM Mass, everyone is welcome to join us for Sunday Morning Fellowship in the UCDS-TEC (across the street from the Church on 9th). Enjoy a hot cup of coffee, a tasty treat, and warm fellowship. This is a lovely time to share the peace of Christ by engaging with new parishioners and visitors and connecting with families and friends in the parish. You are also invited to stay for Sunday Forum, which begins at 10:45 AM and features a presentation on the faith by a lay member of our Blessed Sacrament community or one of our Dominican friars. We hope you can join us!
Volunteer with Sunday Morning Fellowship!
Sunday Morning Fellowship needs YOU! If you are available to help with Sunday Morning Fellowship, we would love to have you. No minimum commitment is required. You are welcome to bring treats once a month or once a year, and assistance with set up and clean up is always appreciated. We are grateful for your help! To learn more, please contact Mariam Mathew at email@example.com or (206) 547-3020.
The Welcoming Ministry contacts new members of the parish and assists them with orientation, direction, and registration. The Welcoming Ministry also connects new parishioners to current parishioners to build community in a number of ways. Please consider offering your gift of hospitality to Blessed Sacrament Church. The Welcoming Ministry takes little time, yet the rewards to visitors and the parish community are great. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Opportunities for Children & Youth
Blessed Sacrament is home to American Heritage Girls, Cubs, and Boy Scouts! We meet every other week for troop gatherings during the school year and enjoy camp-outs, hikes, and other events throughout the year. Contact Juanita Franke at email@example.com to learn about American Heritage Girls or Joe Labore at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about Cubs or Boy Scouts.
Dominican youth Group
Dominican Youth provides faith and fellowship for youth ages 13-18. We meet monthly from September - June for Mass, dinner, a social hour, adoration, reflection, the Sacrament of Reconciliation, Compline and Benediction.
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For more information or to join our e-mail list, contact Mariam Mathew at email@example.com.
Blessed Sacrament is home to a number of homeschool families! We meet periodically for general fellowship or to support each other with curriculum questions. For more information, please contact Gaylan Adair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Opportunities for Women
Mary & Elizabeth Ministry
The Mary and Elizabeth Ministry provides opportunities for women to join together for spiritual nourishment, encouragement, and service at Blessed Sacrament. These opportunities include studies, fellowship nights, and an annual retreat. Contact us at email@example.com to learn more about upcoming events!
Join us for Visitation Evenings, Every 3rd Thursday of the Month
6:30 PM - Adoration in Church with Confession
7:30 - 9:00 PM - Faith Sharing and Fellowship in the Priory, led by a member of the Mary & Elizabeth community
The Mom’s Group meets for fellowship and playtime every other week during the school year. The group also organizes informal gatherings like berry-picking, family picnics, playground time, and scavenger hunts! For more information and to join the e-mail list, please email the leadership team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Opportunities for Men
Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic fraternal organization that is specifically for men ages 18 and up. Our mission is to defend and support the Catholic faith. We are active volunteers at Blessed Sacrament and our projects have included everything from hosting special social events to helping with projects like putting up the Christmas tree! We welcome new members and encourage you to reach out to learn more. Contact Joe Labore at email@example.com or Gaylan Adair at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Opportunities for Young Adults
Young Adults Group
The Young Adults group organizes activities for singles or married adults between the ages of 21 and 40 with a particular focus on growing in faith, gathering around the Blessed Sacrament, participating in volunteerism, and doing social activities together. For more information, or to join our email list, please email Amira Davis at email@example.com. The best way to learn about events is to follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/groups/bsacseattle. You can also learn about young adult activities coordinated through the UW Newman Center at uwnewman.org/frassati.