All are Wecome!
Sunday Mass:10:30 am in the Sacred Space at First Christian Church in Olympia.
We meet every Sunday. Our doors open at 9:30 am and mass begins at 10:30 am. Read more... here.
We elected our next Presiding Bishop at the 2014 Synod. We are happy to announce that it is Francis Krebs, who was also consecrated as a bishop at this Synod.
The Consecration of Bishop Francis
Watch it HERE.
We also recently elected someone to serve as a bishop for our region.
Bishop Thomas Altepeter
PRAYER REQUESTS -- We invite you to join us in praying for these requests. You may add your own requests by emailing us.
What does it mean to be Catholic? Read more about our Catholic Identity .... HERE.
Are you an Ecumenical Catholic or a Roman Catholic? Take the test HERE.
The theme for the 2014 Synod was...
"Weaving Relationships in Christ
Through Dialogue and Prayer"
Watch this space for future information from this Synod. See the videos from the 2012 Synod below.
2012 Synod of the
Ecumenical Catholic Communion
October 23 - 25, 2012
"Serving God's people from the Church at Home
to the Ends of the Earth"
Videos of the Synod Liturgies:
Synod Opening Liturgy
Presentation of Strategic Plan
Bilingual Evening Prayer
Taize Morning Prayer
A Celtic Mass
Evening Prayer and Rosary
Bishop Steve addresses the delegates
Morning Prayer with Mother Kedda
Bishop Peter Signs Legislation
Happy Easter Season!
Emmaus ECC seeks to provide an inclusive and welcoming Catholic Community, sharing the richness of the Catholic faith
open to a progressive Catholic theology, available and accessible regardless of age, race, national origin, religious affiliation, gender or sexual orientation, and welcoming all regardless of differing abilities. We desire to provide a source for deepening an individual's personal commitment to the life, teachings, and spirit of Jesus through prayer, study and mutual support. We also seek to be engaged in social justice outreach rooted in Christian gospel values, interacting with
the wider community. We are a gay friendly community.
What gives us great joy is to welcome people who grew up Catholic, or in another Christian tradition but feel they no longer fit in or belong in their Church. We also welcome people who grew
up in other traditions, or in no faith tradition; those who seek an inclusive and diverse community. We are a different and valid way to be Catholic.
ECC: A wonderful way of being Catholic!
Pastoral Letter on Mass Incarceration
TheEcumenical Catholic Communion: A Theological Predisposition on Mass Incarceration
We of the Ecumenical
Catholic Communion (ECC) unabashedly embrace our God-given Prophetic Voice. We
advocate, most especially, on behalf of the poor and the marginalized. Such are
the incarcerated. Presently, the issue of “Mass Incarceration” is before us. In
addressing this issue, we bring to bear, as part of our discernment, the
traditional lens of the Church’s social teaching. This includes giving primary
consideration to the following principles: 1) the Dignity of the Human Person, 2) the Community and the Common Good, 3) the Preferential Option for the Poor, and 4) Subsidiarity
Read more of this important letter HERE.