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We are over 31,000 people in more than 100 churches. We are building strong communities of faith. We are striving to be good stewards of all our resources: our time, our talents, our treasures and our Earth. We are deepening our relationships with youth and young adults, and with others: in the Holy Land, Latin America and all around the world.

We are inclusive. We are growing and learning. We are stewards. We are evangelists. We are on mission. We are the church in the world.

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Anti-racism Training

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The Diversity Empowerment Training Team of the Diocese of Olympia is partnering with the Kaleidoscope Institute and Eric Law to train competent facilitators lay or ordained to, in turn, develop and equip other leaders in the diocese to combat racism. Join us August 6-11 at St. Margaret's, Bellevue. Find out more »

Prayers for Charleston

Prayers for CharlestonThe people of Charleston South Carolina and especially those directly affected by Tuesday's act of gun violence, are in our thoughts and prayers. Whatever the motive, we have once again witnessed the senseless loss of life, this time in a house dedicated to the praise and worship of the God of peace. Read more »

2015 MDG Grants Process Now Open

The Millennium Development Goals Committee is accepting applications for 2015 grants. In order to qualify, the proposal must be for international work in areas where people live at or below the $1 per person per day level, be sponsored by a parish in the diocese, and must address one of the following Millennium Development Goals:
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Show your Episcopal PRIDE!

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Seattle-Pride-Parade2015 Seattle Pride Day Parade, Sunday, June 28. Last year, we had a great turnout and event as the Episcopal Church showed its rainbow colors; let's do it again this year! Through many, we truly are one as we share one bread and one cup and as we march as one for justice and dignity.  Find out more »

Camp Huston Registration

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Camp Huston

Registration for the 2015 Camp Huston summer camp registration is now open. The adventures include hikes, archery, swimming, crafts, campfires, variety shows, friends, nature and fun! Specialty sessions such as horse camp, theater camp, international odyssey, mini camp, Find out more »

Office of the Bishop becomes a Safe Place

safe-place-seattleWe all know the Office of the Bishop is a safe place, but now it's an official Seattle Police Department SAFE PLACE. Any LGBTQ (and others) people who are feeling threatened can take refuge in the Office and remain until the police arrive.

General Convention 78

The 2015 General Convention runs from June 25 through July 3 in Salt Lake City, Utah. We have our official delegation attending to represent our diocese, a youth contingent, and others.

There's a lot going on, so check back here daily to see what everyone is up to. If you have a Twitter handle or blog to add to the list, please email communications@ecww.org.

Vacation Bible School 2015

VBS-St-Andrews-SeattleHave you made your summer plans? See who is offering Vacation Bible School this year. We're still adding to the list. If your congregation has a VBS running this summer, please email the dates and link to your website's listing to socialmedia@ecww.org.