We believe the core purpose of a diocese is building up the body of Christ. The Diocese of Olympia works to fulfill that commitment in our congregations by focusing on three areas.

A Letter from the Diocese of Olympia to President-Elect Trump
Add Your Signature Please Sign by December 20 Dear President-Elect Trump, We are the people of the Episcopal Diocese of Read more.
The Beloved Community – St. Luke, Seattle
Six years ago, it looked as though St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood would have to close its Read more.
Advent Tells Us Christ is Near…
With the First Sunday in Advent, we begin one of two major cycles of the Church year: Advent-Christmas-Epiphany (the Incarnation Read more.
Christ the King
Our annual journey through the seasons of the church’s year takes us ever deeper into the Mystery of God’s presence Read more.
Engaging the Community – The Center at St. Andrew, Seattle
Just off of I-5, tucked into a quiet and peaceful Green Lake neighborhood, lies St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church. The church’s Read more.
Surrounded by the Saints
Bishop Rickel visited St. Clement, Seattle for their celebration of All Saints’ and All Soul this weekend, reminding us that Read more.