Visit the Parish Website for detailed information about Mass schedules, special events, and the Parish e-newsletter. The following are highlights:
St. John Baby Corner: St. John has proudly supported WestSide Baby for years with our Baby Corner collection cribs in the church and school. COVID-19 continues to disrupt collection and distribution, but the families supported by this organization still need our help!
WestSide Baby provides basic items to babies and children (ages 0-12 years) in need throughout Western King County. You can drop off items in the crib in the vestibule of the church during Mass or in the Parish Office. Thank you to the St. John Community for your ongoing support of this wonderful program! Please contact Carrie Riney with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
List of Accepted Items (Most needed items can always be sent directly to WestSide Baby through their Amazon Wish List: https://bit.ly/basicsforkids)
|Diapers||Wipes||Hygiene items (baby wash/shampoo)|
|High chairs||Strollers||Car seats (infant, convertible, booster)|
|Infant bathtubs||Potty chairs||Pack-n-Play/portable cribs|
|Bouncy seats||Books||Winter clothing (especially 0-6 months)|
|Shoes||Toys||Formula, especially Similac|
|Bottles||Diaper bags||Baby-wearing carriers|
Racial Justice with Fr. Dan Horan, OFM: In this workshop Fr. Dan, author of A White Catholic’s Guide to Racism and Privilege, invites us to actively address racism and become collaborators with our Black sisters and brothers as we work for racial justice in our society and Church. Grounded in the Gospel, the wisdom of Catholic tradition and Catholic Social Teaching, he offers practical ways to educate ourselves and advocate for racial justice. Please join us via Zoo on Saturday, February 12, 2022, 9am-1pm. Register here.
Did you get an Advent Wreath Kit this year? Help us waste less! We can re-use the four candle holders that were part of the Advent Wreath kits and cut down on waste at the same time. There is a box in the back of the Church where you can drop them off or bring them to the Parish Office. Thanks for helping!