St. Vincent de paul

Need Emergency Assistance?
Call (206) 930-6439, Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM. Your request will be forwarded to a Blessed Sacrament Vincentian, who will call you.

How can I serve with St. Vincent de Paul at Blessed Sacrament?
There are many ways to serve through St. Vincent de Paul! Our conference, founded in 1921, is one of the oldest and most active in the Seattle area. Close to 100 people volunteer regularly in one or more of the charitable activities sponsored by our parish St. Vincent de Paul Conference and we welcome new volunteers! Join us in providing services, counsel, food, and hot meals to our neighbors in need. Click here to learn more about how you can serve.

For further information or to talk more about ways to volunteer, please contact Mary Ann, President of SVDP at Blessed Sacrament, at curranpm8@gmail.com.

When do the Sunday Dinner and Food Bank take place? 
Dinner is served Sundays 12:00 NOON - 2:00 PM. Food Bank is open Fridays, 10:30 AM - 12:00 NOON.

For further information about volunteering with the dinner, please email sunday.dinner@hotmail.com. For information about the food bank, or to make a donation or volunteer, email John Morford at jmorf1933@comcast.net.

Catholic sobriety

Are you active in a Twelve-Step Fellowship and yearning for a deeper connection with your Faith? We invite you attend a Catholic Sobriety meeting! The Blessed Sacrament Catholic Sobriety group is for Catholic alcoholics in recovery, their families, and friends. We meet every second Friday of the month. Your anonymity is protected. Please join us! Questions should be directed to the Parish Office at (206) 547-3020.

Grief ministry

This team provides direct support to families in grief by coordinating the details of funeral receptions at Blessed Sacrament. Contact info@bspwa.org if you are interested in joining the team!

The Culture of Life Ministry engages in pro-life advocacy and prayer, support for mothers, and celebrating the gift of life. The Culture of Life Ministry encompasses a number of opportunities to engage including, among other things, a monthly day of Adoration for Life on the 4th Tuesday of the month, a film series that speaks to issues of life, and a support ministry through the Gabriel Project to minister to pregnant women in crisis. Contact Ed and Caroline Klaport at klaport@gmail.com to learn more.

Culture of Life