We invite you to join us in one or more of these events or choose a timely publication to read. A priority value for the Dominican Sisters and Associates is collaboration and many of our events reflect that collaboration. We are founders and supporters of the Intercommunity Peace and Justice Center (IPJC) and call your attention to their comprehensive website www.ipjc.org. In supporting IPJC, you are supporting the Dominican Sisters of Tacoma.

Women Building Bridges of Interfaith Unity

March 4, 2017 at Curtis High School. For more information contact Associated Ministries, 901 S. 13th St. Tacoma WA 98405, 253-383-3056.

10 - Tacoma Detention Center

NW Detention Center

The Northwest Detention Center is in the tide flats area of Tacoma. Sisters and associates are involved in creating awareness and advocacy for people detention.

Join us on the third Saturday of the month to be a presence outside the gates offering support to families of detainees.


Tacoma Monthly Vigil Against Human Trafficking

Join us in saying NO to human trafficking.
On the 3rd Friday of each month the Dominican Sisters and Associates vigil against Human Trafficking. Join us in taking this stand from 12:00 noon to 12:30 PM at 2211 6th Avenue, 98403 (next door to Tuell-McKee Funeral Home; please park on side streets) Together we will be a voice for those who are not able to speak for themselves.



Seattle Monthly Vigil to raise awareness about Human Trafficking

Join us the first Sunday of each month for a silent prayer vigil to raise awareness about human trafficking. Westlake Park, Seattle, 4th Street and Pine Avenue, 1:30 pm – 2:00 pm. You can also request a tool kit from IPJC to start a Vigil in your area.




Climate Change

IPJC has produced a four session booklet on Climate Change. To learn more about this critical topic for our day, go to www.ipjc.org and click on the Resource side bar/climate change. The material can be downloaded. You can also type into your server Paris 2015 and learn more about the UN preparation for the Paris conference in 2015.




A Matter of Spirit

We call your attention to the quarterly journal produced by IPJC – timely topics on issues of importance to our world. The Winter Journal focuses on nonviolence. You can download the Winter issue at www.ipjc.org.