Ministers and church leaders from all faiths invited to attend the Christian Service Summit on Sept. 14 at Whitworth University.
The purpose of the meeting is to “define areas of community need where local churches can make a difference.”
According to a press release participants will examine and prioritize community needs, including economics, safety, quality of life and health issues.
Selected business and political leaders are also expected to attend the event.
Seating at this event is limited. For information call Central United Methodist Church at (509) 838-1431.
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