- Spokane Clergy Plan to Commit to Year of Anti-Racist Work - September 15, 2020
- FāVS Online Social Coming up Sept. 10 - September 4, 2020
- FāVS Forward: Helping Women & Children - August 22, 2020
- FāVS Forward: Sr. Mary Eucharista, “Hope, Peace & Healing” - August 15, 2020
- FāVS Forward: Rev. Jim Murphy “Come and See” - August 7, 2020
- Video – Coffee Talk: The Power of Words - August 1, 2020
- FāVS Forward: Rev. Heather Tadlock “Holy Agitation” - July 25, 2020
- FāVS Forward: Liv Larson Andrews, “Beautiful Tension” - July 17, 2020
- Director of Quaker Retreat Center to be Digital Guest at Friends Church - July 13, 2020
- YWCA Spokane Calls for Women of Achievement Nominations - July 9, 2020
On May 14, mail carriers will collect shelf-stable food donations during Second Harvest’s annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. Collection bags will be dropped into mailboxes the week prior. Donors can help by filling the bag with non-perishable food and leaving it near the mailbox for pickup on May 14.
Second Harvest is in need of volunteers to help at this one day drive. Morning (9 a.m -2 p.m) and afternoon (1 p.m – 4:30 p.m) shifts are available around town.
Volunteers can help unload donated food items from mail carrier trucks as they return to the post office and move them onto Second Harvest trucks.
Volunteers, can also sign up to use personal vehicles while following a postal map of residences to collect donated food drive items and return the donations to the designated post office. Two volunteers are needed per team.
Get more information about volunteering, and sign up here.
Sep. 1 marked Rev. Supica’s first official day of retirement. When the two originally arrived in Spokane from Sacramento, Holy Trinity was not the same place it is today.