Saint Matthew Parish

A Catholic Parish of Many Cultures But One Faith


Click here for directions on how to get to St. Matthew

Our new Mass schedule is: Saturday Vigil Mass at 4PM (Seniors only) and 5:30PM (everyone).  Sunday Mass will be 8AM and 10AM


Confessions are by appointment only.  Please call 206-363-6767 or email [email protected]


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:


Our attendance at Mass has increased significantly.  Please do not sign up for more than one Mass on the weekend in order to allow all who wish to attend to be able to do so. 


Also, pre-registration is more important than ever so we can be sure to accommodate those who do sign up in advance.  Our limit per Mass is 50, and that includes our assisting ministers and Fr. Khanh. Please click the link below to go to the registration page:


The link becomes active at 2pm on Sunday and closes at 2pm on Saturday.  After you click on the "Submit" button, you will receive an email confirming your registration.


For general enquiries: [email protected] 

For an appointment for Confession or for Anointing: [email protected] 

For enquiries concerning financials: [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.


News & Upcoming Events:


St. Vincent DePaul Christmas in July - 08/03/2020

St. Vincent DePaul has had an unprecedented number of requests for assistance during this pandemic. Please consider donating to our Christmas in July Fundraiser so we may help more families in need. Read more

Many Volunteers needed to re-open church - 06/08/2020

We will need volunteers to help with cleaning the church after we re-open, to check in parishioners attending, to hand out face masks for those who forget them, etc. Please email Linda [email protected] if you can help.

Weekly Letter from Fr. Nguyen, Pastor - 05/10/2020

Please read the weekly letter from Fr. Nguyen. It will be posted on the bulletin page, or you can click on "more" to go to that page. Read more

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

Learn more about the Lisieux House Read more

St. Matthew Parish 2019 Annual Report - 11/06/2019

Please take a look at our Fiscal Year 2019 Annual Report. Thank you to all who have made St. Matthew a thriving parish! Read more





Our Faith

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Map & Directions & Contact

 Lisieux House

North Seattle Youth Ministry

St Matthew School



Parish Calendar Requests


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but the Church does advocate for public policies that serve the common good and are aligned with Church teachings. 

When considering political candidates' views on public policies, we recommend reading Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship

published by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). For more information on public policy issues and guidance from the bishops, visit the Washington State Catholic Conference website []


Mass Times


Saturday Evening: 4pm (Seniors only) and 5:30 pm
Sunday: 8:00 am and 10:00 am
*Weekday: 8:45 am (except Tuesday)



Upcoming Events



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St Matthew Conference

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.