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Leadership Update: 2018 Goals in Review

[by Fr. James] I want to give thanks for the Bishop’s Council (our governing board) and their hard work this year. I also want to brag about them a little. They have worked very hard on your behalf, they kept focus, laughed together, shared their thoughts and values honestly, listened to each other, and made …

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Pledge Harvest Luncheon is Sunday, Nov. 11th

In celebration of the faithful generosity of you and all the congregation we invite you to T he Pledge Harvest Luncheon sponsored by the Stewardship Committee. After the 10:30am service on November 11th. Come let us say ‘Thank you’ to you for your support. “Many of the best thank you’s are edible.” – Proverb of …

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St. Christopher’s Holds Candlelight Vigil Against Violence

On Thursday, November 1st, The Feast of All the Saints, St. Christopher’s opened its doors for Evening Prayer at 5:30. That’s not unusual since we have Evening Prayer every Thursday at 5:30. But this time there were more candles and more concerns. In the wake of 72 hours of violence the preceding week, children and …

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Dio Olympia: “This is Us…” But who will be our bishop?

Bishop Greg Rickel of the Diocese of Olympia addresses the Convention and the Diocese in this video. He describes where we have been and where we are headed. The Bishop invites us into a time of discernment about the future of the diocese and its leadership… including who will be our bishop? See the video …

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