|Fri., Dec. 1||Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament||9 AM-9 PM|
|Sun., Dec. 3||Lessons and Carols||4 PM|
|Wed., Dec. 6||Taize||7 PM|
|Fri., Dec. 8||
Feast of the Immaculate Conception (Holy Day)
|Mon., Dec. 11||Advent Reconciliation||3-4:30 PM & 6-7 PM|
|Sun., Dec. 24|| Vigil of Christmas
Treble choir Christmas Play
Carol Sing a long
5 PM (incense)
9 PM (incense)
|Mon., Dec. 25|| Christmas Day
10 AM (incense free)
|Mon., Jan. 1|| Feast of Mary, Mother of God
(not a holy day of obligation)
Fred Olsen Library
News from the Pews
St. Hubert Green Bag Team
Seeking skilled Administrative Assistant to manage the office in our wonderful, vibrant parish. Ideal candidate is flexible, excited about learning, and committed to healthy servant leadership. Salary and benefits according to Seattle Archdiocese guidelines.
Position open until filled.
Have you ever thought about becoming Catholic but didn't know how? This short video explores the process for unbaptized and baptized persons seeking to become Catholic or learn more about the Catholic faith.
Langley, WA – On a frosty Saturday morning, intrepid potato baggers gathered at St. Hubert Church to transform bulk potatoes into 10# bags easy for families and organizations to manage. Eight bins, a total of 5 1/2 tons of potatoes from Skagit County, given by the Maplewood Farm, were bagged and then delivered to the Good Cheer Food Bank, the Island Church Soup Kitchen, the Mobile Turkey Unit, and our own St. Anthony Soup Ministry. Some 250 individual families each took home a bag of potatoes from church. This annual event, sponsored and organized by the Knights of Columbus provides the opportunity for work-made-fun and a community coming together to care for others. Many hands made the work light and many smiles and good conversation filled the morning with delight.