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Virtual Coffee Talk: How To Have A Better Year In 2021

Saturday, December 5, 2020 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Free

At this month’s Spokane FāVS Virtual Coffee Talk we will be discussing strategies about how to unify as a community, nation, and world in 2021. Pre-registration required to get Zoom link.

Our panelists are Bahai’ writer Pete Haug, Christian columnist Paul Graves, interfaith activist Skyler Oberst, and guest panelist Amy Funkhouser of Braver Angels. Braver Angels is a citizens’ organization uniting red and blue Americans in a working alliance to depolarize America.

Panelists will help us reflect about what the world went through in 2020. Spokane FāVS recognizes that 2020 was a tumultuous year for many of its readers and the Spokane community. We are looking forward to 2021 and all that it has to offer.

Engage with us in this discussion over Zoom to wrap up the year.

Details found at: https://spokanefavs.com/dec-5-coffee-talk-how-to-have-a-better-year-in-2021/

On the first Saturday of every other month, SpokaneFāVS hosts “Coffee Talk,” which is a community forum about issues of faith and ethics. We are currently holding these forums on-line.

Register at: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAucu-qrD8rGdD7af1d-rluFdJAgaiNjnX0

Details

Date:
Saturday, December 5, 2020
Time:
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Cost:
Free
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Organizer

Spokane FāVS

Venue

FāVS Center
5115 S. Freya
Spokane, WA 99223 United States
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Phone:
5092401830

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