Vision Statement

In union with our Bishop, the Episcopal Diocese of Olympia, part of the Jesus Movement, bears witness to God’s redemptive reign and acts out God’s inclusive love, peace, and justice, uniquely living out this call within our specific local communities.

Cathedral Day 2017 – Your Guide for Fellowship & Fun!
  Cathedral Day 2017 is coming up on May 13 where we’ll celebrate “Building the Community of the Diocese of Read more.
Show Your Episcopal PRIDE!
  The 2017 Seattle Pride Parade is Sunday, June 25. Last year, in 2016, more than 60 people from the Read more.
Earth Day Pledges from the Bishop’s Committee for the Environment
The Bishop’s Committee for the Environment (BCE) has issued a call for individuals and congregations across the diocese to participate Read more.
An Update on the ACLU Lawsuit to Block the President’s Ban on Refugees
On February 7, 2017, the Episcopal Diocese of Olympia joined a class-action lawsuit brought by the ACLU intended to stop Read more.
Presiding Bishop Curry Offers Theological Reflection on Transgender Rights
A Theological Reflection I offer this brief theological reflection to share some of my thoughts and convictions which informed my Read more.
For Our Jewish Brothers and Sisters: A Statement from Bishop Rickel
From Bishop Rickel’s Blog: Dear Ones, Since the beginning of this year, there has been a disturbing rise in the Read more.