The 14th annual Gonzaga Graduate Philosophy Conference, guided by this year’s theme “Philosophy and Religion,” has combined with our Undergraduate Philosophy Conference to make possible a mini-lecture series for the 3rd weekend of April. These are young, up-and-coming thinkers that are having an important impact in the field, and we hope that you will be able to attend and to encourage your students to attend as well. Schedule: Friday (optional) 1:00 PM Leave Gonzaga Philosophy Dept. (Campion Hall) for a…
Get active and help local sex trafficking survivors by participating in the Run 4 Freedom 5k run/walk! 100% of proceeds go toward the opening of HRC Ministries long-term restoration center for sex trafficking survivors in the Northwest. The event includes a foam party finish, games for the whole family, food, and swag.
Join us for an especially festive sharing of the Dharma with our fourth annual kathina ceremony. The kathina (pronounced ka-tee-na) is widely celebrated in the Buddhist countries of Southeast Asia. Dating to the Buddha’s time, it’s traditionally an occasion for making offerings to replenish sangha supplies after the long retreat. The Abbey’s American version includes a procession, gift exchange, Dharma talk, and a vegetarian potluck.
Spokane Buddhist Temple's annual Spring Food Festival is Sunday, April 22. Teriyaki, sushi, mochi and other delicious Japanese food available. Preorder food at this link: http://www.spokanebuddhisttemple.org/content/pre-order-teriyaki-fest-spring-food-festival Please note: preordered food must be picked up by 2:00 p.m. unless you notify them that you will arrive after 2:00 p.m.
Join instructor Lisa Silvestri Wehr for a one-hour yoga class in the Cathedral at 3pm on the fourth Sunday of each month during the program year. For all experience levels; bring a mat if you have one.
Our next Evensong worship service is coming this Sunday! This is a chance to rest, to sing, to listen, and to simply be. During the service we will also have the opportunity to view and reflect on some of the beautiful and thought-provoking work of artist Scott Erickson. All are welcome.
April 2 - May 14, Mondays 6:30 pm Nuns from Sravasti Abbey offer a weekly meditation and Dharma discussion course drawn from the book, "Working with Anger" by Ven. Thubten Chodron. The course is practical, the group is welcoming, and the discussion is lively. Drop-ins welcomed. Books are available, but not necessary to join in. There is no charge and donations are welcomed.
Mark your calendars, invite your friends and dust off your dancing shoes; our biggest event of the year is back! Our Annual Spring Banquet will take place this year on Tuesday, April 24th at the Davenport Grand Hotel, and we would be thrilled to have you there. This event will sell out, so make sure to confirm your seat as soon as possible! To learn more, please contact our Director of Marketing & Events: firstname.lastname@example.org
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