Chaplains on the Harbor


Greg Rhodes

Chaplains – Plans and Needs

Chaplains on the Harbor has been able to keep our doors open, run our programs, and retain one full-time priest and one-half time organizer through direct financial support from The Episcopal Diocese of Olympia, several grants through the national church,… Continue Reading →

Aberdeen Update May 2017

Aberdeen is where Rev. Sarah first started meeting people in her ministry on the Harbor, over three years ago– in homeless camps, under bridges, in back alleys and squats. From an informal network of relationships with folks on the street… Continue Reading →

News from Westport May 2017

From our small hospitality offering for folks waiting in line for the food bank next door, we’ve grown to a free breakfast and lunch program that serves 40-60 people and is run by our community members themselves. We opened our… Continue Reading →

Letter from the Rev. March 2017

A few years ago, I was standing at a huge, concrete, military wall that surrounds most of the city of Bethlehem, in Palestine (the place Jesus was born so long ago). The wall was spray painted with messages from around… Continue Reading →

The Fight for Sanctuary

  Dear friends and supporters, We are writing with an update from the front lines of struggle. As many of you know, in obedience to the gospel command “love thy neighbor as thyself,”¬†we have chosen to host a small number… Continue Reading →

Sanctuary Threatened in Westport

We have a small handful of people who have asked for refuge at our church. No one that I am aware of has come from out of the area specifically to be in the camp; Westport is remote and not… Continue Reading →

Winter Storm Sleepover

  You know the story of stone soup, where a community comes together with what they have and make a feast? We did that this weekend. Barbecued pork and sausage over wood fire, Cole slaw, potatoes. Amazing people, amazing community…. Continue Reading →

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