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Sunday Masses

Saturday - 4:30pm
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Saturday - 6:30pm
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Sunday - 8:00am
St. Olaf Church

Sunday - 10:30am
St. Olaf Church

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St. Olaf Church

Liturgy of the Word
St. Olaf Church

St. Olaf Church

3rd Thursday
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St. Peter Mission

St. Olaf Church


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(360) 779-9980

Our Patron Saints

Welcome to St. Olaf Catholic Parish
Poulsbo, WA

St. Olaf Roman Catholic Parish (includes St. Peter Mission) is a diverse religious community with deep historic roots in North Kitsap.

Parish History

Our parish was originally founded in Suquamish at St. Peter Mission in 1863 with the mission church built in 1904. The mission is located next to the Native American cemetery where Chief Sealth, a baptized Catholic, is buried. In 1956, Father Max Murray purchased property in Poulsbo (now St. Olaf's Church), and in 1968 a new Parish was established. Saint Olaf, King of Norway, was chosen as our Parish patron saint to acknowledge the Scandinavian roots of Poulsbo.  St. Olaf's Church was dedicated by Archbishop Thomas A. Connolly, on June 29, 1969. At that time, St. Peter's became a mission of St. Olaf Parish. At present, our Parish serves over 1,100 Catholic families coming from Poulsbo, Kingston, North Silverdale, Hansville, Suquamish, Keyport, Port Gamble, Indianola, and Port Ludlow. Once again, as St. Olaf, our patron saint would say, "VELKOMEN"!

Location & Contact Info

St. Olaf Parish

St. Olaf Catholic Church
18943 Caldart Avenue
Poulsbo, WA 98370
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St. Peter Mission

St. Peter Catholic Mission
910 South Street
Suquamish, WA 98392
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Sacramental Emergency: (360) 710-2296
Other Pastoral Emergencies: (360) 621-4390

Parish Office
(Located at St. Olaf Church)
Office Hours:
Monday: closed
Tuesday - Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm

Office Phone: (360) 779-4291
Office Fax: (360) 779-1240

Parish Staff
Pastor Rev. David Young Ext. 102
Deacon Emeritus Carlton Moyer
Pastoral Associate Michelle Charmante Ext. 113
michelleann @ embarqmail . com
Parish Secretary Ext. 103
Bookkeeping Joy Erickson Ext. 119
joy.erickson @ embarqmail . com
Faith Formation Kim Baumann Ext. 105
stolafformation @ embarqmail . com
Facility Manager Storm Smole Ext. 121
Custodian Mike Courtright Ext. 103
Parish Nurse Mary Tillotson Ext. 114
parishnursing @ embarqmail . com