Join registered yoga teacher Heidi Green in the church sanctuary on Thursdays, October 4 – December 13 for faith-integrated yoga classes designed for EVERY body. Two classes are offered: 2-3 p.m. Gentle Yoga – Please bring your own mat 3-4 … Continue reading

Successful Gospel Jazz Concerts

Nine years ago, Rich Barker and friends performed a pair of Gospel Jazz Concerts to benefit our church remodel project. This past weekend, Sept. 15 & 16, Rich and friends performed a second set of Gospel Jazz Concerts that were … Continue reading

New Teachers at Saint David’s Day School

Saint David’s Day School is pleased to announce the addition of two teachers to our staff for the 2018-2019 school year. Danielle Niichel is a Child Psychology graduate of Western Washington University; she will be our lead classroom teacher for … Continue reading

Summer Safety Tips

The San Juan Island Senior Signal from the Mullis Center ran an article on 10 safety tips for a safe and enjoyable summer. Prevention magazine also ran an article on heat stroke and heat exhaustion. As our summer heat reaches … Continue reading

The Jesus Movement is on the move this summer!

Join Presiding Bishop Michael Curry as he visits the Diocese of Olympia June 14-17. In addition to making stops at the Diocese of Olympia’s Refugee Resettlement Office, the College for Congregational Development, and Chaplains on the Harbor, PB Curry will … Continue reading

Earth Ministry Asks for Support

Earth Ministry, a member of the Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy, helped draft the citizen initiative designated I-1631, a proposal to control greenhouse gas pollution through carbon pricing. They are now asking for support from faith communities to help … Continue reading

A Creed for the Twenty-First Century

Join us for a free discussion led by Dr. Rebecca E. Moore on Saturday, April 28, from 2-4 pm in our Parish Hall. This afternoon workshop examines the development of creeds in the Christian tradition: What are they? How did … Continue reading

Bishop Rickel’s Easter Message

In Bishop Rickel’s Easter message, he reflects on an Ash Wednesday spent ministering to mariners in the Port of Seattle and learning of the horrific shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. And, of course, he reflects on the resurrection … Continue reading