Saint Matthew Parish

A Catholic Parish of Many Cultures But One Faith


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Advance registration for Mass is no longer required.  However, please arrive early enough for Mass to ensure you are seated before Mass begins.


We continue to Live Stream our 10am Sunday Mass.  Please click this link to watch: 


Or you may continue to watch on our Facebook page:


Confessions and the Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick are by appointment only.  Please call 206-363-6767 or email [email protected]


For general enquiries: [email protected] 

For enquiries concerning financials: p[email protected] 

Welcome to the Community of Saint Matthew Parish

Located in North Seattle between Lake City Way and I-5, we believe in Jesus Christ and welcome all who seek God’s Grace. Our compassionate community embraces many cultures. Through prayer, liturgy, our ministries and service to others, we cultivate a lifelong journey of faith.

If you are new to Seattle or Saint Matthew Parish, we hope that you will find a home here. Please take some time to Learn More about our parish.

Click here to download and print our Parish Registration Form and bring into the Parish Office, or fill out our online form.


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Opportunities to Support our School! - 11/27/2019

Check out these easy ways to support our school: 1. Buy Scrip after Sunday Mass 2. Go to and select St. Matthew School for .5% donated from all your purchases 3. Link your Fred Meyer Rewards card at

Lisieux House

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Lenten Prayer 2021

Lent is an annual opportunity to review the balance of our daily life and our inner life. What happens on the days beyond Sunday Mass? In what ways do Faith, Hope, Trust and Love grow in us and in what ways is it diminished.

For this Lenten Season, this is the 2nd communique offering some resources for your consideration in developing your spiritual life. Challenge yourself this year and go beyond the usual practice of “giving up” something. It’s not what you give up it’s Who you become. Take stock of your spiritual life and to grow in it. Not sure where to start? Here are a few ideas:

  1. Attend or watch a Live Stream weekday Mass one day during the week. Many parishes offer them early in the morning, at noon, or after work. Daily Masses are often more intimate and shorter in time than Sunday Mass.
  1. If you don’t have a cross in your apartment or house, buy a simple one and put it in your bedroom.
  1. Create your own Friday fish fry! Try this simple and delicious recipe. It’s not the healthiest thing in the world, but a fun Catholic tradition to help you abstain from eating meat on Fridays during Lent.
  1. Think about a habit that has kept you from being whom God is calling you to be. Consciously give up that habit for Lent.
  1. Tap into your creative side and try using coloring to pray and meditate during Lent. Buy a coloring book or download a Lent calendar coloring page here. This is great activity for a family with children to do together.     Sacred Story Planners Group



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St. Matthew Mass Schedule

  • Saturday Evening: 4pm (Seniors only) and 5:30 pm
  • Sunday: 8:00 am and 10:00 am

*Weekday: 8:45 am (except Tuesday)


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Need assistance?
If you or someone you know needs help from the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, please call (206) 767-6449. We can offer help with groceries, rent and utility bills.