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.

A Statement from Bishop Rickel on the Shooting of Charleena Lyles
Dear Ones, Sunday morning, two Seattle police officers shot and killed Charleena Lyles, a pregnant African American mother of four, Read more.
Pride 2017 Updates and Instructions
Seattle Pride has released details and instructions for our participation in the annual Pride Parade on Sunday, June 25! The Read more.
The Bishop Gets “Flamingo-ed” for Episcopal Youth Event (EYE)
As Bishop Rickel stepped into his office Wednesday morning, he was greeted by some new office-mates – a flock of Read more.
New Materials Available at Diocesan Resource Center
Harvesting Abundance: Local Initiatives of Food and Faith by Brian Sellers-Petersen “Perhaps our gardens can teach us about living out Read more.
Diocese of Olympia – Legal Defense Fund
The Diocese of Olympia’s Diocesan Council, at the suggestion of St. John/San Juan, Olympia, has established a Legal Defense Fund Read more.
Washington Faith Leaders Sign Letter Opposing I-1552
Bishop Rickel and other faith leaders across Washington state have signed an open letter opposing I-1552, a proposed ballot initiative Read more.