COVID-19 Updates

We have resumed our regular Mass schedule but phase II requirements make reservations necessary.

Click here to make your reservation to attend Mass


Immaculate Conception Holy Day Mass - Tuesday, December 8, at 7:00pm (Reservations Required)

(also at Our Lady of Good Counsel, Eatonville, on Wednesday, Dec 9, at 6:30pm)


Reservations for the Christmas Eve and Christmas Day Masses will be open on December 14th

To see the Christmas Week Mass schedule, click here.


Link to our Youtube for Fr. Matthew's Messages, Sunday Masses, and other Parish videos!


Due to the latest state mandate put in place by Governor Jay Inslee, the parish office will be closed with limited on site staff. On site visits are by appointment only. Our mass schedule and procedures will remain as they have since re-opening


Additional Liturgies and Prayers to pray at home


Other Links you may find helpful in these uncertain times

Schedule of Services

Scheduled Masses are by reservation only.

Click here to make a reservation or call the parish office at (253)875-6630


Mass:

Saturday (Vigil) at 6:30pm

Sunday at 8:00am and 10:30am


Weekday Mass:

Wednesday through Friday at 9:00am


Regular Confession hours are suspended, please call

Fr. Matthew for an appointment,

(253)875-6630 ext. 127


To find out about funerals or other special liturgies, please click here.

Online Giving

Link to this week's Financial Update


Thank you for your stewardship!

We are very grateful to those of you who so kindly have continued to support Holy Disciples by mailing your weekly contribution envelope or by donating through an EFT program. These are very challenging weeks for our parish since expenses have not decreased and the vast majority of our parish income is received through passing the basket at our weekend Masses.


We also can now accept donations via Venmo @HolyDisciples


Click the button below to make a donation online.

Our Mission

Holy Disciples Parish is a vibrant Catholic community of faith, dedicated to the Gospel, centered in the Eucharist and fulfilling our Baptismal Call through the consistent sharing of prayer, worship, and reconciliation, welcoming all through Education and Faith Formation, Hospitality, Community Building, Outreach, Stewardship, and Evangelization.