Weekly Update 10/29/20
Mass Schedule

Weekday Livestream - Wednesday, Thursday, Friday @ 9:00am

Public Mass - Saturday @ 5:30pm

Livestream - Sunday @ 10:00am
Just a friendly reminder to turn your clocks back Saturday night one hour.
Also, now is a great time to change the batteries in your smoke detector when you are "falling back!"
Enjoy the rest of the beautiful season!!!
Stewardship of Treasure Begins November 1st

Every fall parishioners are asked to prayerfully consider their stewardship in support of the many ministries and programs here at Our Lady of Guadalupe through their time, talent and treasure. In the next few days you will receive your stewardship of treasure renewal letter from Fr. Kevin. 2020 has been a most difficult and challenging year for our parishioners, our parish, and our community. Given this, as well as the recent completion of the Annual Catholic Appeal, and Called to Serve as Christ campaign, we are asking your permission to rollover your parish financial support pledge from last year to 2021. If you consent to renew your 2020 pledge for 2021 – you do not need to do anything. If you would like to make changes to your pledge (or you did not make a pledge last year), simply fill out the enclosed pledge card you will receive and mail it to the parish. You can also make your pledge online. We ask that you respond by the end of November as we will begin the rollover process the first of December.   
2019-2020 Annual Report Now Available
Last week a copy of the parish annual report was emailed or mailed to registered parishioners. We are pleased to present our Annual Report to the parish for the fiscal and pastoral year starting July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2020. We take seriously our responsibility to be good stewards of your time, talent and treasure. We thank you for your ongoing support and participation, for without you there would be no report to give. 
OLG Election Day Vigil

Let’s join together on Election Day, Nov. 3, in prayer and solidarity.
From 12 p.m. to 5 p.m., we will stand vigil (socially distanced, with masks) on 35th Avenue outside the church, to offer prayers for our nation and to encourage our neighbors driving by.

We invite you to bring your own candle if you'd like. Also, remember this is a non-partisan vigil so leave your campaign gear at home.
Gather friends and sign up for a half-hour vigil time slot:

Or visit Upcoming Parish Events on the OLG Parish website
Many of the artisans, farmers, and communities we support through the sale are struggling more than ever this year as COVID spreads and sales slow. Through our virtual sale, you'll find a large variety of unique, quality items and gifts. You will also empower others AND support OLG (20% of sales come back to us)! Win, win, win! Simply shop through our custom parish link: serrv.org?a=olgfairtrade (an orange banner at the top of the page will say OLG). Bonus, you can also get free shipping on 11/14-11/15 (code: SEHOLIDAY20).
This year, we are also selling Pura Vida coffee. Pura Vida has been VERY generous every year, donating 100% of sales (sometimes even more!). Their business is struggling with COVID and now we can return the generosity. To order their delicious ground or whole bean coffee, contact Erin at erinpedras@centurylink.net by November 30. We’ll have coffee ready to pick up at OLG parish and/or school in time for your Christmas celebrations! Bonus: We get $4 back on every bag sold!
Knights Of Columbus Presents
Don’t Worry Retire Happy

November 9, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. PT via Zoom

"Don’t Worry, Retire Happy! Seven Steps to Retirement Security" is your guide to straight-forward retirement planning in uncertain times. Whether you are a late starter with your retirement planning or you have significant savings, this presentation outlines how to make the most from the least with the smallest amount of risk. For more info and to register go to https://olgseattle.org/retirement-webinar
LITURGY OF THE WORD WITH SPIRITUAL COMMUNION SERVICES are taking place Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings at 9:00 am until Fr. Kevin is able to return to “active duty”. In addition, on Thursday, November 5th, the OLG School 3rd graders will be helping to lead the service in the saint costumes, as is traditionally done, celebrating the Feast of All Saints. You are welcome to join us in prayer through our live streaming.
REMEMBERING YOUR LOVED ONES DURING THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER The Catholic Church has a long tradition of remembering those who have died during the month of November, beginning with the Feast of All Souls. Besides those we remember on our All Souls Banners, people have traditionally submitted names of family and friends who have also passed to also be included. Please call or email the Parish Office, parishoffice@olgseattle.org. You may also make a donation in memory of your loved ones by going to our “Donation” button on our website or by mail. DO YOU WORK WITH WAX? We have lots high quality altar candle ends (51% beeswax) that are looking for a good home. Contact Helen, heleno@olgseattle.org, 206-935-0358
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO MOVE GARDEN SOIL FROM PARKING LOT! Before the rains really come, we need volunteers to move the remaining garden soil from the gravel parking lot to the planting area in front of the Parish Office. We would be forever grateful, and you will earn extra credit in heaven!! Contact Helen, heleno@olgseattle.org, 206-935-0358

CATHOLIC LIFE, EUCHARISTIC LIFE: Living the Eucharist in the Year of the Eucharist on Saturday, November 7 has been postponed. 
FAMILY FAITH FORMATION BASKET RAFFLE IS ON PAUSE We hope to have the raffle in late spring when everyone can view the baskets in person and make their choices. For those who have already purchased raffle tickets, they will be kept in a safe place until then!