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Refugee forum coming to St. Stephen’s Episcopal


There will be a refugee forum Saturday, May 20 from 1-3 p.m at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, 5720 S. Perry St.

Organized by St. Stephen’s and World Relief Spokane, the community is invited to come and learn about the refugees living in Spokane.

According to a press release, at the forum guests can:

  • Hear refugees recently arrived in the US tell their stories
  • Enjoy the singing of Neema, Spokane’s African Refugee Choir
  • Learn about current issues facing refugees in Spokane

There is no cost to attend.

Cate Wetherald

About Cate Wetherald

Cate Wetherald was raised in the Bible Belt, the progeny of an excommunicated Roman Catholic and a biblical fundamentalist. She first encountered theology at at Lyon College, affiliate with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), while earning her Bachelor of Arts majoring in communications and minoring in English and theatre. She has a Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry from Gonzaga University, and is a trained spiritual director. She has written extensively for publication in multiple formats, and most recently was the director of communications for the Episcopal Diocese of Spokane.

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