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Welcome to Saint Teresa of Calcutta Catholic Church!


Saint Teresa of Calcutta is a vibrant Roman Catholic faith community with many ministries that serve the Catholic community of Woodinville, Washington and beyond. It is an exciting time to be a parishioner of Saint Teresa for many reasons, including the unique opportunity we have to build a parish that will serve many generations.

On March 25, 2012, at 4 pm we moved into our new church. Parishioners and friends gathered at our new site with Archbishop J. Peter Sartain who led us into our new house of worship. We wish to thank all those who have worked so hard to make this a reality.

Parish Mission Statement

Nourished by Scripture, Tradition, and the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist, we proclaim the Risen Lord through prayer, faith formation, community, and service. We open wide our doors to welcome new parishioners into our Catholic family. We are guided by the wisdom of Saint Teresa of Calcutta who said,

“Every home should feel the sunshine of God’s love radiating through it. May we each grow into the likeness of Christ through love for each other.”




Enjoy the video of this Sunday’s homily by Fr. Frank!




Announcing 'Protect and Heal' website

March 3, 2019






Mass Times

Saturday Mass
Sunday Mass
9:00AM, 11:00AM, and 5:00PM

Monday, Thursday, Friday 9AM
Wednesday 6PM


Saturday at 4PM and by appointment


17856 NE Woodinville Duvall RD
Woodinville, WA 98077    Get Map
Phone: (425)806-8096   Fax: (425)806-8109

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Parish News and Events

Your Prayers for Our Lady of Lourdes

We are blessed to have parishioners embarking on a trip to Lourdes in May. They will bring your prayer petitions with them to the Grotto. Blank prayer petitions are available now through Sunday, April 28th in the Narthex. See the bulletin for more info Read more

Divine Mercy Novena Begins Good Friday

This 9-day novena begins on Good Friday, April 19th and ends on Divine Mercy Sunday, April 28th. Booklets/cards are in the basket outside the parish office for your personal recitation. The bulletin has more information. Read more

Time to Bring Your Rice Bowl Back

Thank you for your donation to this collection. Rice bowls may be placed in the marked basket in the Narthex. If writing a check, please write "Rice Bowl" in the memo line and place it in the weekend collection basket. See the bulletin for more info. Read more

Youth Revival, Thursday April 25th

All middle school and high school students are invited to join us at 6:30 pm in the classrooms for dinner and games. The night ends in Adoration. Teens are encouraged to bring friends. No Fee! No sign-up! See the bulletin for more information. Read more

Parish Office Closure

The parish office will be closed Friday, April 19th and Monday, April 22nd.

No Daily Mass

There will be no 9am daily mass Thursday, April 18th or Friday, April 19th. Additionally, there will be no Daily Mass, Monday - Friday, April 22nd-April 26th.

New Bible Study, Tuesday April 30th

A new Bible Study opportunity begins Tuesday, April 30th, 10:30am -12:15pm: This is an eight-part study of biblical wisdom, featuring Jeff Cavins. See the bulletin, or contact Mary Williams for more information. Read more

Scam Alert

Parishioners are receiving phishing emails that appear to be from Fr Frank. If the email is not from do not open it. Read more

Vacation Bible Camp - July 23-26, 2019

This wonderful opportunity for our parish children will be here before you know it! Many volunteers are needed to make it a success. Along with saving the date, make yourself a part of this fun week! Contact Mary Williams to be a helping hand! Read more