Coffee & Donuts (Sundays)
Coffee and Donuts volunteers help the parish community meet one another by providing coffee, donuts, and juice. No special skills are needed, just courteousness. Volunteers help the scheduled organizations fill in spaces as needed. Coffee Hours Guidelines available here.
Lenten Soup Supper (each Friday of Lent)
Glenda Johnson 425-227-6908. This ministry offers a meal that the community can share, providing a time together before the Stations of the Cross devotion. Volunteers make soup, prepare bread for about 200, greet those who come, serve the meal, and clean up afterwards. Open to anyone with the desire to serve.
Liturgical Ministers Day (January)
The Liturgical Ministers’ Day is retreat day of training for specific ministers. This day brings together volunteers from various liturgical ministries to allow them to share their journeys and stories, and to help them see the gift that they are for our parish community. Open to volunteers who understand the liturgy. Email Josh Schaan.
Parish Paschal Meal (Holy Thursday)
This event provides an all-Parish feast on Holy Thursday to remind us of the Last Supper, to honor the members of RCIA, and to create a transition between Lent and the Triduum. Volunteers set up, attend to the kitchen detail and welcome our guests.
St. Anthony Feast Day
To celebrate our patron saint’s feast day Anthony of Padua on June 13, a Mass and potluck are planned for the middle of June. Everyone comes!
Taste of St. Anthony
Many volunteers are needed to make this one of the crowning events of the whole parish. Every culture is present to provide ethnic food, music, dance and singing.
Scheduled during the summer, parishioners are invited to come for good food, games and fun. Parish teams provide the activity.
St. Anthony Night at the Mariners
Scheduled during July, provides an opportunity to cheer on the home team with your parish family.
Scheduled in October and in May, honors Mary in song, prayer and devotion unique to many ethnic groups.
Our Lady of Guadalupe
Celebrated on Dec. 12 and honors the appearance of Mary to Juan Diego.
This is a nine-day celebration in the Filipino tradition before Christmas. It is celebrated throughout the Archdiocese. St. Anthony hosts one evening for everyone to come. Mass and a reception in the Hall.
Vietnamese New Year
Celebrated on the first day of the first month of the Lunar calendar (usually around late January or early February). It is a very important holiday and festival in Vietnam for pilgrims and family reunions.
Support (any event)
Baking, Cooking, Decorating, Floral arrangements, Photography, etc. These volunteers are on-call to attend to special occasions when their services are required.