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Liturgy Commission


Purpose of the Liturgy Commission

The LITURGY COMMISSION is a consultative  body with whom the Pastor collaborates in order to assess the spiritual and liturgical (worship) needs of the parish and to provide direction for the broad goals, strategic planning and policies governing those needs.

The Commission provides the Pastor and other parish consultitive bodies (e.g., the Pastoral Council and Faith Formation Commission), with advice concerning spiritual and liturgical renewal in the parish and recommends to the Pastor sacramental policies and practices consistent with the norms established by the Archdiocese of Seattle and the universal Church.  The Commission is also to support the priorities and policies of the parish as established by the Pastor in consultation with the Pastoral Council.

The Functions of the Liturgy Commission

  • To model servant leadership and to foster communication and consultation among Commission members and between the Commission and other parish consultative bodies and organizations
  • To be familiar with all aspects of liturgical policy and practice as governed by the norms of the Archdiocese of Seattle and the universal Church
  • To recommend strategies and methods for spiritual and liturgical renewal and education for all parishioners
  • To insure the development of the various liturgical ministries and the preparation of, ongoing education of, and training or all parish liturgical ministers
  • To be familiar with the needs and the quality of parish liturgical practice and the celebration of the sacraments, and to plan and implement the regular and special liturgical celebrations of the Church year.

Membership of the Liturgy Commission

Members of the Liturgy Commission include:

  • The Pastor or his designated Representative
  • The Pastoral Associate
  • The Pastoral Assistant for Music
  • Coordinators of the various liturgical ministries of the parish
  • At-large members selected through the annual Leadership Discernment Process of the parish
  • Any person that the Commission may deem necessary and, appointed for a specific term and purpose to accomplish the ad-hoc work of the Commission

 As much as possible, the membership of the Commission shall reflect the diversity of the parish with regard to gender, age, and racial and cultural inclusivity.  All parishioners are asked to prayerfully consider whether the Lord may be calling you to serve as a member of our Liturgy Commission by putting your experience, talents and time at the service of our shared worship life together.  For more information on serving as a member of the Commission please call Veronica Kelley in the parish office at (360) 377-7674, ext.  228.

Meeting Schedule of the Commission

The Commission meets monthly between the months of September and June, normally on the second Saturday of the month from 9:00am to 12:00pm in Room 11 of the Faith Formation wing.  Our meetings are open to all parishioners who wish to attend.  If a parishioner would like to bring a special need or concern to the attention of the Liturgy Commission they may do so by submitting their request in writing  to Yvonne Kevins, Chairperson, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or Veronica Kelley, Pastoral Associate, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  The need or concern will be included in the next month's agenda, as appropriate.


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