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A Call for Candidates for 2022 Diocesan Convention

A Call for Candidates for 2022 Diocesan Convention

To prepare for elections at diocesan convention (October 21-22, 2022), the Nominations Committee is now calling for candidates to represent our diocese in four areas: Diocesan Council, Standing Committee, the Commission on Ministry, and at General Convention 2024. This year we’re seeking qualified candidates for the following positions: For Diocesan Council: In fulfillment of Resolution 4 passed at the 2020 Diocesan Convention, the Council will begin a 3-year transition to a new structure including both elected and appointed positions. The

Bishop Rickel’s 2020 Convention Address

Bishop Rickel’s 2020 Convention Address

The following address was presented virtually by Bishop Rickel at the 110th Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Olympia: Let us pray: Holy One, as we gather together, we thank you for this day and for adding it to our lives. We ask you to reset our agendas, and to know you, even in our physical separation, ever present at the center of our gathering. You assure us that where two or more gather in your name you are here,

2020 Convention Workshops

2020 Convention Workshops

Are you attending this year’s Diocesan Convention? Join us for this year’s virtual Convention Workshops on Friday, October 23. All workshops will be recorded and be made available in the weeks to come across our diocesan communications channels. You can find links to the workshops once you log in to the Diocesan Convention Chime platform under the “Schedule” Tab. Session One: 10:30-11:10am Session Two: 11:20am-12:00pm Session Three: 12:10-12:50pm Bishop’s Committee for Justice and Peace in the Holy Land Palestine 101:

Diocese of Olympia Welcomes the Rev. Dr. Bradley S. Hauff as Convention Keynote Speaker

Diocese of Olympia Welcomes the Rev. Dr. Bradley S. Hauff as Convention Keynote Speaker

The Diocese of Olympia is pleased to welcome the Rev. Dr. Bradley S. Hauff as the keynote speaker for the 110th Convention of the Episcopal Diocese of Olympia. Rev. Hauff is the Episcopal Church Missioner for Indigenous Ministries, a member of the Presiding Bishop’s staff. He lives and works in Minnesota. As Missioner for Indigenous Ministries, Hauff is responsible for enabling and empowering Indigenous peoples and their respective communities within the Episcopal Church. His primary focus is leadership development, education,

2019 Convention Workshops

2019 Convention Workshops

  Our list of workshops for the 2019 Diocesan Convention is now available! Come early and discover vital ministries across the diocese, gain tools you’ll be able to use in your own congregations, and learn more about the 2019 budget and other resolutions that will be voted upon during this year’s proceedings. Workshops are the Friday of Convention, November 8, and are open to everyone, so come and join us for this incredible time of learning and community. Refugee Resettlement