The Interfaith Amigos

The Interfaith Amigos

This data was last updated on 3 June 2020. Address: Seattle area  Email:  interfaithamigos@gmail.comWebsite:  http://interfaithamigos.com/Home.htmlMission: The Interfaith Amigos help participants appreciate the promise and the problems of the interfaith experience. Read more about The Interfaith Amigos

Favs Center

Favs Center

This data was last updated on 3 June 2020. Address: 5115 S. Freya, Spokane, WA 99223Phone: 509-448-1311Email: cassy@gmail.comWebsite:  https://favscenter.com/Mission: The Favs center is envisioned as a neutral space where people of all faiths, and non faiths, can gather for a variety of reasons including retreats, classes, forums, prayer, worship, meetings and, of course, for the noted… Read more about Favs Center

Seattle University Campus Ministry – Interfaith Programming

Seattle University Campus Ministry – Interfaith Programming

This data was last updated on 3 June 2020. Address: 901 12th Ave., STCN 120, Seattle, WA 98122Phone: 206-296-6075Email: campusministry@seattleu.eduWebsite:  https://www.seattleu.edu/campus-ministry/interfaith-programming/Mission: Campus Ministry is committed to providing programming to support interfaith exploration and the creation of bonds of… Read more about Seattle University Campus Ministry – Interfaith Programming

Colorado College Interfaith House

Colorado College Interfaith House

This data was last updated on 3 June 2020. Address: 22 E. Dale St., Colorado Springs, CO, 80903Email:  kholbrook@coloradocollege.eduWebsite: https://www.coloradocollege.edu/offices/chaplainsoffice/spaces/interfaith-house.htmlMission: The Interfaith House is a space that is open for students to meet in groups or for individual students to use as a retreat on campus… Read more about Colorado College Interfaith House

Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition

Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition

This data was last updated on 3 June 2020. Website: https://bearsearscoalition.org/Mission: The mission of Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition is to assure that the Bears Ears area will be managed forever with the greatest environmental sensitivity…where we can be among our ancestors…where we can connect with the land and be healed.

Interfaith Community Sanctuary

Interfaith Community Sanctuary

This data was last updated on 3 June 2020. Address: 1763 NW 62nd Street, Seattle, Washington 98107 Phone: (206) 783-1618Email:  interfaithcommunitysanctuary@gmail.comWebsite: http://interfaithcommunitysanctuary.org/ Mission: The mission of Interfaith Community Sanctuary is to create a home of Love and Truth as a center of Light for all seekers of Divine Wisdom… Read more about Interfaith Community Sanctuary

John Eaves wants to be the first black and Jewish member of Congress

John Eaves wants to be the first black and Jewish member of Congress

June 2, 2020   John Eaves can name plenty of people in Congress who look like him. And there’s a fair share who share his faith. But not a single lawmaker shares his two identities: an African-American and a Jew. Eaves, who previously served as county commissioner of Fulton County, Georgia, hopes to break that barrier by running to represent the state’s 7th District in Congress. “I’m putting forth a Herculean effort to have a voice in Congress, and I…

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Faith leaders in 50 cities observe day of ‘mourning and lament’ for victims of COVID-19

Faith leaders in 50 cities observe day of ‘mourning and lament’ for victims of COVID-19

June 2, 2020   Interfaith clergy as well as civic leaders in at least 50 cities nationwide declared Monday the National Day of Mourning and Lament for the over 100,000 people who have died in the United States from coronavirus. They also took the time to grieve the deaths of the recent victims of racial injustice. “Today, prayers of mourning and lament are taking place around the country in over 50 cities, which have organized their own events and prayer…

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At protests, some clergy pray, others put their bodies and souls on the line

At protests, some clergy pray, others put their bodies and souls on the line

June 2, 2020   Many religious traditions call on believers to stand with the marginalized, an axiom often interpreted as a broad command to defend the rights of others. Sometimes this means pushing for new laws or marching in streets to demand action.  Other times it means getting pepper-sprayed in the face.  This past weekend the Rev. Laura Young said she decided to take the edict literally, which is why she spent most of Saturday afternoon (May 30) recovering after…

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