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.

Holy Week Services Across the Diocese
  Join churches and worshiping communities from across the Diocese of Olympia over Holy Week. You can view holiday service Read more.
New Clergy Calls in the Diocese of Olympia
We are pleased to announce a new clergy call within the diocese. The Rev. Josephine Robertson has been called as Read more.
Camp Huston: Teaching Independence, Decision-Making, and Social Skills
According to the Search Institute, a Lutheran-affiliated organization researching children, youth, and family needs, young people have seven key developmental Read more.
Save the Date: Cathedral Day 2018
Cathedral Day 2018 will be held Saturday, April 28th with the Eucharist and liturgy for confirmations, receptions, and reaffirmation beginning Read more.
Episcopal Retirement Communities – Serving Seniors of Limited Means
Helen Long was a philanthropist and longtime parishioner of St. Luke’s Memorial, Tacoma whose generosity supported many charitable organizations, including Read more.
New Missioner for Anti-Poverty Organizing – Aaron Scott
The Diocese of Olympia is pleased to introduce Aaron Scott as the new Missioner for Anti-Poverty Organizing for the Diocese Read more.