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Episcopal Churches in the Diocese of Olympia are participating in Pride Events across Western Washington! Find an event near you and join with us to reaffirm our commitment as a welcoming and affirming faith community – the Episcopal branch of the Jesus Movement.

Snohomish County Pride Festival
St. John’s Episcopal Church, Snohomish | June 1, 11:00am | Free
Willis D Tucker Park, 6705 Puget Park Dr, Snohomish, WA

St. John, Snohomish will have a table at the event 11am-5pm. Stop by & say hello! Contact the Rev. Eliacin Rosario-Cruz at (360) 568-4688 or for more information.

Wheelchair Accessible

Longview Pride
St. Stephen, Longview | June 8, 11:00am | Free
Lower Columbia College

St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Longview is joining with fellow affirming ecumenical church partners to march and table at our local Pride event on June 8th in Longview, WA. Contact the Rev. Nic Mather at (206) 334-3983 or for more information. Partnership with Longview RAINS.

Wheelchair Accessible
All-Gender Restroom Available

Bainbridge Pride
Grace, Bainbridge; St. Barnabas, Bainbridge | June 23, 12:00pm | Free
301 Shannon Drive SE, Bainbridge Island

Grace Church will have a booth at the third annual Bainbridge Pride Celebration, a day-long outdoor festival celebrating the LGBTQ community and its allies. Stop by and say hello! If you’re interested in being a loving, positive presence for a two-hour shift at the “You Are Welcome at Grace” booth, please email Hope to see you there!

St Barnabas will also be hosting a booth at the Bainbridge Pride Festival and we hope you’ll all stop by! Join us in celebrating all God’s people and in showing our love and support for all of our LGBTQIA+ sisters and brothers in Christ.

Wheelchair Accessible
All-Gender Restroom Available

PRIDE Eucharist
Church of the Apostles (COTA), Seattle | June 29, 4:00pm | Free and Open to All
4272 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103

Church of the Apostles invites you to join us for PRIDE EUCHARIST. This special event celebrates and affirms all expressions of love, sexual orientation, and gender identity, for all God’s people! Family friendly. Free and open to all. Fellowship to follow. Contact April Caballero at (206) 486-2680 or for more information.


Wheelchair Accessible
All-Gender Restroom Available

Tacoma Pride
Christ Church, Tacoma; St. Andrew, Tacoma; St. Matthew, Tacoma; and Good Shepherd, Federal Way | July 13, 12:00pm | Free
S. 9th & Pacific Ave., Tacoma, WA

The four sponsoring churches will have a booth at the festival; some snacks and water available; and several priests will be there during the festival, hours 12 noon to 6 PM. Note that there is no parade, only the festival, on Tacoma Pride Day, July 13. Parking on streets is limited. A large parking structure is at S. 9th & Commerce; or park at Tacoma Dome Station at no cost and take Link Light Rail which is free. Contact Jim Limerick at (253) 576-8949 or for more information.

Pride Parade
St. Paul, Bellingham | July 14, 12:00pm | Free
Bellingham, WA

Walk with St. Paul’s, Bellingham as we show our love and support for our LGBTQIA+ brothers & sisters in Christ. Look for the St. Paul’s banner near the Habitat for Humanity store as we line up for the parade, starting at 12noon. Parade route follows Cornwall Ave. through downtown. Contact the Rev. Jonathan Weldon at (360) 733-2890 or for more information.


Wheelchair Accessible
All-Gender Restroom Available

Kitsap PRIDE
St. Paul, Bremerton | July 20, 11:00am | Free
Evergreen Park, Bremerton WA 98310

This is St. Paul’s third year of participation at Kitsap PRIDE. We host a booth at the event for people to come by and rest, visit, and share their hearts with us. We invite our guests to our services and to visit the many groups that meet at our building and the special events we host. Most folks already know St. Paul as the local “Progressive and accepting” church in our town. We’re at PRIDE to spread the love! Contact Lorene Leider at (360) 689-6373 or for more information.

Wheelchair Accessible
All-Gender Restroom Available

Pride Events in the Diocese of Olympia

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