Charity, Social Justice and Service

Effective social ministry helps the parish not only do more, but be more—more of a reflection of the gospel, more of worshiping and evangelizing people, more of a faithful community. It is an essential part of parish life."

Communities of Salt and Light, U. S. Bishops, 1993

Caring for Creation Ministry

Rooted in Scripture and Catholic Social Teaching and guided by the principles of the Earth Charter, we affirm our commitment to environmental stewardship.

Sister Community in El Salvador

We, the members of St. Aloysius Parish, desire to grow in relationship with the members of the Christian Base Communities in the Bajo Lempa region of El Salvador.

Financial Assistance

The parish takes up a collection the 3rd weekend of each month to support the Catholic Charities Emergency Fund and other charitable organizations.

Opportunities for Involvement

Family Promise of Spokane

Family Promise is a ministry to homeless families. Homelessness is addressed holistically by providing shelter, case management, and stabilization programs once a family is housed.

Contact Jeanne Dawes at (509) 326-7500

November Food Drive: A Partnership with Gonzaga Prep

Mission Community Outreach Center

Shoe Drive, Clothing Drive

Our Place Community Ministries

World Relief Friendship Center

A space where refugees and volunteers come to share stories, learn a craft, work on English and develop friendships.

Contact Mary Jo Sweeney at 425-422-9017 for more information.

Volunteer Chore Breakfast & Service

Family Promise

2022 Parish Advent Project

Contact Us

For more information about any of our service opportunities, please contact Rita Amberg Waldref at 509-313-7003, or by email.

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