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Tuesday, February 4, @ 10:00 am - Friday, March 20, @ 5:00 pm

Digging a Hole was performed from September to November 2018 in Meagan Stirling’s backyard. The artwork in this exhibition includes the documentation of the performance and printed artifacts that explore ritual, motherhood, and crossing boundaries. Opening reception will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 5p.m., Lied Center for the Visual Art, followed by an Artist Lecture at 6p.m. in Room 102.

Retrovaille: A Marriage Retreat Lifeline for Couple

Friday, February 14, - Sunday, February 16,

The Inland Northwest Retrouvaille will be hosting an "English" weekend from February 14-16, 2020, at Immaculate Heart Retreat Center starting on Friday evening, February 14, at 7 p.m., and concluding on Sunday afternoon, February 16, at 4 p.m. Some couples feel frustrated or angry in their marriage. Many find that talking about it only makes it worse. Some couples experience coldness and simply shut down. Other couples have severe conflict and angry arguments. Most don't know how to change the…

Our Unavoidable Interdependence!

Monday, February 17, @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Dr. Russell Kolts is a local clinical psychologist, EWU faculty member, and author known for his work in Compassion Focused Therapies (CFT). As founder of Inland Northwest Compassionate Mind Center, he is dedicated to supporting positive change in individuals and communities through the intentional development of compassionate states of mind and compassionate action. Dr. Kolts will join the Unitarian Universalist Monday Night Meditation group for a talk on the interdependence of humanity and how kindness helps both ourselves and others.…

Higher Power: The History of Evangelicals in America

Tuesday, February 18, @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Explore the history and meaning behind a uniquely American movement: Evangelical Christianity. In this balanced and respectful talk, WSU professor Matthew Sutton traces the history of the religious right in America, from its early roots, to its rise to power under Ronald Reagan and into the current era. Feeling concerned about the rise in secularism, evangelicals have taken to the pulpit and the airwaves to explain how Biblical end-times prophecies make sense of a troubled modern world. This Humanities Washington…

Public Baha’i February Fireside Discussion

Wednesday, February 19, @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Public Baha’i Fireside discussions will take place on February 19, from 5-6 p.m., at the Spokane Valley Library's basement small conference room. All are welcome! Bring a friend. Sponsored by Baha’is and for more information, call 509-599-2411.

Introduction to Judaism

Monday, February 24, @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Rabbi Elizabeth Goldstein, an associate professor at Gonzaga, will share about Judaism and answer any questions you have! This is part of the Religions and Philosophies Series.

Restoring Hope 2020

Tuesday, February 25, @ 7:00 am - 8:30 am

Please join us for a morning of prayer for our city. Worship as a community. Information and updates regarding our anti-trafficking ministry. Childcare will be available. All proceeds from the Restoring Hope event help survivors of human trafficking through the HRC Anit-Trafficking Ministry.

Flannery Lecture in Catholic Studies

Tuesday, February 25, @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

In this lecture, Dr. Beste argues that Catholic communities seeking justice and healing must prioritize action on three issues that remain overlooked. First, as a body of Christ, we have not yet fully understood and acknowledged the severe traumatic effects of clergy sexual abuse on youths’ sense of self, their capacity for freedom, and their capacity to relate constructively to God, others, and themselves. Second, recognizing the ways in which survivors continue to suffer from traumatization, we need to forge…

Ash Wednesday Silent Day of Prayer

Wednesday, February 26, @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Lent is about embracing the Cross in our bodies with traditional aspects of fasting and almsgiving In the spirit of the Cross, Msgr. Steiner will share an understanding of spirituality in prayer and communion, assisting participants to engage in true Lenten observance in order to partake in Paschal observance. The Silent Day of Prayer includes the Mass, and the Sacrament of Reconciliation, two conferences, lunch and concludes with the Rosary and Adoration. $40 per person, ($50 with use of a…

Greater Than Conference 2020

Thursday, March 5, @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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One event on Friday, March 6, 2020 at 6:00 pm

Join church leaders, parents, young adults, and students from around the region as we engage in the conversations surrounding sex, sexuality, and relationships. Pastors and Chruch Leaders - March 5 - Noon to 2pm Come listen to 5 pastors explore recent data and have a conversation surrounding a topic impacting many in our pews…and in our pulpits. Please join us for this FREE lunch and bring your entire leadership team! Young Adults - March 5 - 7pm to 9pm Conversations…

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