The management of Behavioral Health, Providence St. Peter Hospital is working with the Providence St. Peter Hospital Foundation to explore better coordination of existing community-based services for the most needy, and to more effectively address the needs of those experiencing chronic mental illness and homelessness. They envision a service center located in downtown Olympia where clients can access multiple community services in one location including:

The BC welcomed George back from vacation and she reported on the status of her search process. She is involved in six search processes. It is likely she will be here into 2016. George acknowledged the necessary budget decisions necessary in 2016, which will affect her salary. Accordingly she was putting us on notice that she would be seeking a part-time job to augment her family’s income.

Cabbalas hosted a special Saturday to honor and support our Military families. St. Benedict had a face painting and information booth at this fun event. Click on the full article to see photos.

Check our links to the Sermons and the latest pictures taken at Camp Michael in our Photo Gallery.

St Benedict held a congregational conversation on Friday July 17, 2015, to explore the direction our ministry will go in the future. We are looking at different ministry models that other churches of our size and financial status are using to help do ministry in vital ways.

Your Willapa region
You are all members of the Willapa Regional Ministry. Thank you for being part of this important connection to your diocese. The Diocese of Olympia is divided into 10 regions. Our region, the Willapa region, is made up of 10 churches: St. Hugh of Lincoln, Allyn; St. Germain, Hoodsport; St. Benedict, Lacey, St. Luke, Elma; St. Mark Montesano; St. Christopher, Olympia; St. John, Olympia; St. David of Wales, Shelton; St. John, South Bend.

Here's a sermon from the Most Rev. Michael Curry, our new Presiding Bishop, preaching on Pentecost. We Need Your Light To Shine.

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