To volunteer for any of our ministries, please call or email the parish office:  parishoffice@stmadsophie.org, 425-747-6770 ext. 100.

Click for more info:  St. Vincent de Paul Society

Healthcare Ministry

Volunteer Parish Nurses are available to parishioners after each Mass on the third weekend of each month to take blood pressures and answer health questions.  An announcement will be made before and/or after Mass that nurses are available in the Library to take your blood pressure.  No appointment necessary, come by and see us!

Hopelink Food Bank

St. Jeanette Kimball Guild delivers food to Hopelink food bank on a weekly basis.  Non-perishable food can be brought to the Koinonia Room lobby any time you are attending  Mass or an event at St. Madeleine Sophie Parish.

Congregations for the Homeless

Congregations for the homeless is an ecumenical service provided by our three local parishes, Holy Cross Lutheran, St. Margaret’s Episcopal Churches, and St. Madeleine Sophie, to aid homeless men in their efforts to obtain and hold a job.  Volunteers have the opportunity to help by shopping, doing laundry, and helping with meal preparation.

Multi-faith AIDS Project

Our AIDS ministry supports individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS.

Kairos Prison Ministry

We minister to the men and women incarcerated in our prison institutions.

Good Start Back to School

In August each year, we collect school supplies for needy students in our area.  Along with donated school supplies, we need volunteers to inventory items collected, sort, box and transport items.

Crossroads Meal Program

Every day of the week, the Salvation Army facility at Crossroad in Bellevue, serves a hot meal to everyone who shows up hungry (usually around 60 people).  St. Madeleine Sophie supports this program by providing and serving the Crossroads meal on the second Thursday of each month.  Parish groups, families and friends commit in advance to plan, shop, prepare and serve the monthly meal.

Habitat for Humanity

For one week during the summer months a group of St. Madeline Sophie Parishioners builds a house for a needy family in Eastern Washington.