St. Hilda St. Patrick is a neighborhood church and our church community includes many who live and work near here. We understand ourselves to be the hands, feet, heart and compassion of Jesus Christ for the world, and we are a place where everybody is somebody. Living our faith in our neighborhoods and the world around us is an important part of our faith.

As an Episcopal church, we are part of the Diocese of Olympia and the larger Episcopal Church USA, which is tied to the Church of England. Our worship is based on the Book of Common Prayer and we are a liturgical church, meaning our prayers and worship take a regular pattern from week to week. We are mightily inspired by the Holy Spirit and rejoice in God’s Love for all people and creation. We welcome all who want to learn about the faith of God, grow in their spirituality, and feed their soul with the teaching of Jesus Christ.

Latest News and Updates

No Wednesday Worship on Jan. 14 or Jan. 21

Tuesday, January 6th, 2015

There will not be a service of Holy Eucharist on Wednesday Jan. 14 or Jan. 21. Mother Cynthia is away in the Holy Land.

Read the Bible in a Year!

Thursday, June 12th, 2014

The Bible Study group has decided to read the Bible in a year, and meet twice a month to talk about what we are reading, learning, and discovering about our faith. The program we are following to read the scriptures comes from The Center For Biblical Studies, and can be found here. You can also purchase the book “Reading the Bible in a Year” by Marek Zabriskie. It can be purchased in both print and online versions.

Bible Study regularly meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month from 4-5:30, and all are welcome to attend!