Name of Church St. John Chrysostom Byzantine Catholic Parish
Parish Address 1305 S. Lander St., Seattle WA 98144
Phone number 206-329-9219
Divine Liturgy Saturday, 4:30 pm (Great vespers with Divine Liturgy).  Sunday, 10 am  (with Matins at 8 am)  Tuesday – Friday, (Matins with Divine Liturgy), 8 am  Byzantine liturgies are sung and mostly in English.  There is no kneeling; parishioners stand or sit.  All ages receive Communion; the Host is dipped into the chalice with a spoon and administered to the faithful.  Visiting Roman Catholics may receive Communion.  Watch past liturgies on the parish Facebook page:
Holy Mystery of Repentance Saturday, 3:30 – 4:15 pm and by appointment.
Names of priests Father Michael Mandelas, pastor.  Listen to his past homilies: He is a solid priest, and offers reverent liturgies.
School No.
Parking Street parking and there is a small lot.
Additional observations  St. John Chrysostom Byzantine Catholic Church is in union with the Bishop of Rome, but is an Eastern Catholic rather than Roman Catholic church.  They have the same faith and seven sacraments, but different customs and ways of celebrating liturgy.  It traces its roots back to Constantinople (once called Byzantium).  Two Greek missionaries, Cyril and Methodius, brought the Byzantine way of worship to Central and Eastern Europe.  Some of these Catholics emigrated to the United States and brought with them the Byzantine rite and traditions.  St. John Chrysostom is part of the Holy Protection Eparchy (diocese) of Phoenix (   Icons are prominent inchurch, including an icon screen in the front of the church with doors which the clergy can access the sanctuary.