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Songaia CoHousing (Our Basecamp), George Center for Community (Our Office), the Olympic Peninsula, and the North Cascades.

Rite of Passage Journeys wilderness programs take place in some of the most beautiful places in the Pacific Northwest. Our backpacking programs start and end at our basecamp at Songaia CoHousing Community in Bothell, Washington while our backpacking programs take place on the Olympic Peninsula and in the North Cascades

We also offer workshops and events at our office location in the Lake City Neighborhood of Seattle at the George Center for Community. We joined this developing community center in the Spring of 2012 and have offered a variety of events in the chapel space as well as the dining hall. We are excited to be a part of this community and look forward to sharing it with you. Download driving directions to the George Center for Community by clicking here


 The shared community life at Songaia is very active. Members gather frequently for meals, singing, work parties, celebrations, men's and women's circles, and social activities. The connections create a strong network of caring friends and neighbors, and is a safe, supportive environment where children, elders, and families of all types live lightly on the land.

George Center for Community

St. George's Episcopal Church originally opened its doors in the Lake City neighborhood of Seattle in 1959. After 52 years of operation, the church officially closed in May 2011. When this happened St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Seattle was tasked with maintaining the building and grounds while creating a vision for the future of the site. A design team was formed in October 2011, in order to create a vision of partnership with the surrounding community. Design team members went out into the community and talked with residents, business owners and various institutional members of the Lake City Community using an informal interview process. From these discussions, the design team made a commitment to seed 5 new programs and projects while also introducing a variety of new partners to share the space. Rite of Passage Journeys joined in partnership in the Spring of 2012 --- we are one of two resident partners. 

 

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