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Thank you for attending the graduation of our graduates. The Celebration is approximately 30 minutes long. After you attend the graduation in the comfort of your own home, we invite you to click on the button to send a message to the graduates – they would appreciate hearing from you.

Our Doors Are Open

Our Doors Are Open

The mere thought of the silent disease lurking among us is frightening, but we are told by the prophet Isaiah in 26:3, “You keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on you, because he trusts in you.” And Jesus consoles us with, “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you. Not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid.” John 14:27

What would Jesus do? click here

Musical Tribute to Neil Diamond

Musical Tribute to Neil Diamond

Rescheduled to Saturday, September 12, 2020 at 7pm Washington Center

When you hear Neil Diamond’s Sweet Caroline, you almost instantly can’t help yourself from waving your arms in the air, swaying your body, and belting out the words to this ever-popular classic song. So, join us in a Musical Tribute to Neil Diamond featuring Tommy D Saturday, September 12, 7pm at the Washington Center. Tommy and friends will bring the iconic singer-songwriters hits to the stage for jaw-dropping evening with Olympia’s own Jazz Senators and their director Tracey D. Hooker.

Sway to the tunes of Sweet Caroline, Solitary Man, September Morn, America, Cherry Cherry, Song Sung Blue, Forever in Blue Jeans, Kentucky Woman, Play Me, Love on the Rocks, Crackling Rosie, Hello Again, You Don’t Bring Me Flowers, I Am…I Said, and much more.

Come for an evening of entertainment and nostalgia and bring a friend. This is a benefit show for the Olympia Union Gospel Mission’s No-Fee Vision Clinic. Tickets are on sale at WashingtonCenter.org or by calling the Box Office at 360-753-8586.

Matt – A Changed Life

Matt, a staff member at the Olympia Union Gospel Mission, shared his story with the guests just before dinner. Hear a moving story about a very changed man.

Help for Loved Ones of Addicts

There is probably not one person reading this that hasn’t been affected by someone in addiction. While the Mission, by God’s grace and love, graduated six amazing Life Transformation graduates recently, many of you must hold out hope that someday your spouse, child, sibling, or friend will seek help. Jerry Gatton, Director of the Mission’s Life Transformation Recovery Program, has written an article to give you comfort and practical help from God’s Word. Download the article here.

Freedom From Addiction

Recovery Programs

Through group recovery meetings, bible studies, individual counseling, and life skills training, single men, single women and women with children learn how to live free of addictions.

Meals at the Mission

Homeless Services

Social Distancing

Hot Meals Served: M-F 6:30am, Noon, 5:30pm
Sat. 10am – 11am,
Sun. 7:30am & Noon
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(Help Serve & Volunteer)

Vision Clinic

Vision Clinic

Call for an appointment!!!

309 Washington St NE, Olympia
Vision: 360.709.9725

Clinic Reception Area

No-Fee Dental Clinic

Emergency Service Only!!!

309 Washington St NE, Olympia
Dental: 360.943.6400


The Olympia Union Gospel Mission is about people – like you and me – with one big difference; the people we work with are homeless and poverty stricken. One of the ways every one of us are alike, regardless of our status, is our need for dignity, self-worth and respect. Our commitment is to respect each person we meet and to demonstrate God’s love in practical ways.

Restoring hope…Transforming lives since 1995.