Faith Sharing Ministries

Apostleship of the Cross is open to all laity, as well as to priests and religious-in fact, to all who wish to live their baptismal consecration via the Spirituality of the Cross. Members meet the first and third Wednesday of each month from 9:30am to 11:00am to pray, study and share their experiences. All are invited to "come and see” by dropping in to experience one or several meetings.  For more information, contact Maria Muscado, mariam@hfkparish.org, (425) 822-0295, ext. 232.

Catholic Scripture Study (CSS) -Morning is a Bible Study for men and women that is completely faithful to the teachings of the Catholic Church. The study commentaries are written by leading Scripture scholars and authors and each study contains references to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, papal encyclicals, and writings from the early Church Fathers and the Saints. Our full-length program includes lectures on DVD that accompany each week’s lesson. This program meets weekly for 25-28 sessions from September to May. All are welcome; no Bible knowledge is required. It’s a wonderful way to get to know the Bible and your own Catholic faith at the same time! For more information, please contact Annie Murphy, (425) 827-5261, kirklandannie@live.com or Maria Muscado, mariam@hfkparish.org, (425) 822-0295 ext. 232.

Catholic Scripture Study (CSS) - Evening is a group of men and women who use Bible studies from Catholic Scripture Study and The Great Adventure, both of which are faithfully Catholic.  The studies usually run from September to May.  Meetings are held in the Parish Hall on Monday evenings from 7:00pm until about 8:40pm.  For more information, contact Maria Muscado, mariam@hfkparish.org, (425) 822-0295 ext. 232.

Chaplet of Divine Mercy ministry provides an opportunity for parishioners to recite the Chaplet together so that we will come to trust completely in God and live each day immersed in His merciful love.  Our devotion is on Wednesday mornings after the 8:40am Mass and is open to all who wish to attend.  Volunteer opportunities are also available for anyone who is interested in organizing the prayer for the day.  For more information, contact Mary Joan Nash at maryjoannash@gmail.com or Maria Muscado, mariam@hfkparish.org, (425) 822-0295, ext. 232.

Community of Mary – Family of the Gospel gathers in homes as families to pray together like the first communities at the time the Apostles gathered around Mary.  The parish has multiple family groups. Anyone can form a group as Family of the Gospel and will need to go through a formation process usually via Skype. For more information contact Thuy Yuen at nthuyyuen@yahoo.com or Connie Moretti at conniem@hfkparish.org, (425) 822-0295, ext. 122.

Connect Groups for parishioners to build friendships and support one another through small faith based groups.  For more information, contact connectgroups@hfkparish.org.

Men’s Ministry is a program that is open to all men and is designed to help us become better husbands,
fathers and leaders in the community. Our meetings are held in the Social Hall every Wednesday morning from 6:00-7:30am. These gatherings consist of breakfast, a video presentation and group discussions.
There is no pre-planning and no homework; just show up and enjoy! For more information contact Bob Wilson, sundee_bob@comcast.net or Connie Moretti, conniem@hfkparish.org, (425) 822-0295, ext. 122.

Tuesday Morning Rosary gathers each Tuesday, September to June, after morning Mass to pray the Rosary together.  We pray for the intentions of the children of Holy Family Parish and School—from unborn to young adults.  Participants are asked to lead the Rosary on a rotating schedule once every 4 to 6 weeks.  The qualification for this ministry is that you have an e-mail address so that you will be able to receive communications and schedules.  Contact Jodi Ruhl, jodir@outlook.com or Maria Muscado, mariam@hfkparish.org, (425) 822-0295 ext. 232.

Well-Read Moms is a group a group of moms who accompany one another in reading great books and spiritual works from the Catholic tradition.  For more information, contact Colin Lewis, colinl@hfkparish.org. (425) 822-0295, ext. 108.

Young Adult Justice Café is a group for young adults to learn and have conversations about the connection between justice and our faith.  For more information, contact youngadults@hfkparish.org.

 
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