Welcome to Easter Season, which began on April 16th with Easter Sunday and concludes 50 days later with Pentecost Sunday.
The liturgical color for Easter season is White or Gold (white signifies the color of Jesus’s burial garments).
Each 10:30 am Sunday service is followed by an “all are welcome” coffee/fellowship time. End-of-the-month “family potluck” meals take place on the last Sunday of each month — right after the Sunday service concludes. You’re invited!
Men’s Monthly Breakfast: 2nd Tuesday of each month (5/9/17, 6/14/17, 7/12/17 etc.) at 9am @ “new location” Little Creek Casino. All men are welcome to enjoy morning fellowship and good food!
Are you visiting Hood Canal, Lake Cushman, the Staircase hiking area in the Olympic National Park — or, do you already live here? If so, please stop in. We’re located in the heart of this beautiful WA State Peninsula geography.
We warmly welcome all visitors & especially enjoy extending hospitality to travelers. We are a come-as-you-are congregation; bring your kids and dress comfortably. You are welcome every Sunday at 10:30am for Holy Communion (Holy Eucharist)!
Our mission: So that ALL may know and serve God, our mission is to let the love of Christ shine brightly in our daily lives by being a welcoming, nurturing and supportive community that is grounded in God’s Word and Sacraments.
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St. Germain is located at 600 N Lake Cushman Road (Hwy 119) in Hoodsport, WA. Where is that? We are 1/2 mile from Hwy 101 as it runs north & south alongside Hood Canal on WA State’s Olympic Peninsula. Our large sign marks the driveway on the right side of the road.
Our mailing address is PO Box 222, Hoodsport, WA 98548-0222. Our phone is 360-877-9879 Email us at: email@example.com
St. Germain welcomes people from a wide variety of religious and spiritual backgrounds. Current church members include those with no previous church affiliation, along with Lutherans, Methodists, Catholics and Presbyterians. We welcome ALL who desire to Worship our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.