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