Mass Times

Saint Columban Yelm

Sunday: 10:30 am
Saturday: (Sunday anticipatory Liturgy): 5:00 pm
Daily Mass : Tuesday - Friday: 9:00 am

Saint Peter Tenino

Sunday: 8:00 am
First Friday: 9:00 am

See Event schedule below or subscribe to the Parish App for any changes to regular schedule.

Confession

Saturday: 3:30-4:30 pm at St. Columban
Sunday: 7:00-7:45am at St. Peter

By appointment: Call 360-458-3031 x6 to schedule
(Link to an Examination of Conscience)

First Friday

Mass: 9:00 am at St. Peter
Devotions & Adoration: 6:30 pm at St. Columban (Download booklet here)

Anointing of the Sick

Call 360-458-3031 x6.

Parish Office

All office needs for parishioners of both locations are handled at St. Columban.
⛪ In-person Office Hours: Monday - Thursday 9:30 am - 2:00 pm / Friday by appointment
☎️ Phone: 360-458-3031 x2 (Spanish x5)
📧 Email: [email protected]

Charities

For assistance please leave your name, phone number, and details of your need to 360-458-1904. Please be patient as our St. Vincent volunteers check voicemails and assist others. 

Upcoming Events

Monday May 20, 2024
7:00PM            Rosary Prayer Group - Church

Tuesday May 21, 2024
9:00AM              Daily Mass
+ In Memory of: Rose Kimball RIP
6:30PM              Spanish Prayer Group - Hall

Wednesday May 22, 2024
9:00AM               Daily Mass
+ For the most lost soul in Purgatory
9:30AM               Bible Study - St. Peter Mission

Thursday May 23, 2024
9:00AM               Daily Mass
Intentions of: Nieva Schilz
9:30AM               Altar Society Weekly Church Cleaning
6:00PM               Choir Practice - Church
6:30PM               Sunday Scripture Study - RE Bldg

Friday May 24, 2024 
9:00AM               Daily Mass

Saturday May 25, 2024
3:30-4:15PM           Confession
5:00PM                   Anticipatory Sunday Mass

Sunday May 26, 2024 - Holy Trinity
7:30-7:45AM          Confession
8:00AM                   Mass at St. Peter Mission (Tenino)
10:30AM                  Mass at St. Columban

Welcome to Saint Columban We proclaim the Roman Catholic faith to the communities of McKenna, Nisqually, Rainier, Roy, Tenino, and Yelm in southeast Thurston and southwest Pierce counties. Our community has grown since its origins at the former St. Margaret Mary Church in McKenna, and our current church in Yelm is named for the Irish-born 6th century missionary to Europe St. Columbanus of Bobbio. We have also been present in Tenino since 1891 through St. Peter Mission, named for the apostle and first pope.

 

A Community of Faith

We are a Catholic faith community that seeks to place God first, to know him, and to grow in holiness together. We strive to live the Gospel through the Eucharist, in our teaching, and way of life.

Our community has grown since its origins at the former St. Margaret Mary Church in McKenna, and our current church in Yelm is named for the Irish-born 6th century missionary to Europe Saint Columbanus. We have also been present in Tenino since 1891 through Saint Peter Mission, named for the apostle and first pope.

Parishioners contribute their time, talent, and treasure to support several ministries, which include the Daughters of Mary, the Knights of Columbus, and the Society of St. Vincent de Paul.

Sacrificial Giving

Consider a gift to help support the many ministries and the upkeep of our church communities. Learn more here.

A prayer attributed to St. Columban: Lord, kindle our lamps, Savior most dear to us, that we may always shine in your presence and always receive light from you, the Light Perpetual, so that our own personal darkness may be overcome, and the world’s darkness driven from us. Amen.

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