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Immaculate Heart Retreat Center will provide entrees at Faith Feast 2016/Tracy Simmons - SpokaneFAVS

Faith Feast coming up April 17, few tickets left

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By Emily Geddes

St. John's Cathedral will provide appetizers at Faith Feast 2016/Tracy Simmons - SpokaneFAVS
St. John’s Cathedral will provide appetizers at Faith Feast 2016/Tracy Simmons – SpokaneFAVS

Now in its fourth year as an annual fundraiser for SpokaneFāVS, Faith Feast is an interfaith progressive dinner through three diverse places of worship in Spokane. On April 17, we’ll start our ecclesiastical adventures at 4 p.m. with coffee and light appetizers at the majestic Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist. Entrees will then be hosted at the Immaculate Heart Retreat Center, the retreat center for the Catholic Diocese of Spokane, overlooking the rolling Moran Prairie. The evening will end with delicious desserts at Unity Spiritual Center, located at the corner of 29th and Bernard. At each location, our hosts will also share some of their beliefs and answer questions from guests.

Seating is extremely limited, so reserve your spot for this very popular and always-sold-out fundraiser. Tickets are $45. You can purchase tickets through PayPal on the Faith Feast page. Be sure to email Emily Geddes with any dietary restrictions you might have at: emilygeddes@spokanefavs.com.

Unity Church, Spokane will provide dessert at Faith Feast 2016 - SpokaneFAVS file photo
Unity Church, Spokane will provide dessert at Faith Feast 2016 – SpokaneFAVS file photo

This annual event serves as a fundraiser for Spokane FāVS, and also allows people to experience local places of worship they might otherwise hesitate exploring by themselves. All proceeds go directly to support Spokane FāVS  in continuing our mission of providing non-sectarian coverage of religion, spirituality and ethics in the Inland Northwest and promoting dialogue through online journalism and community engagement opportunities.

About Emily Geddes

Emily H. Geddes was born to two physicists and grew up as a Navy brat. Born-and-raised as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, she holds a bachelor's degree in theatre from Brigham Young University, and earned an MBA from Eastern Washington University.

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5 comments

  1. Kimberly Burnham,PhD

    Will there be vegetarian options for Jews who keep kosher?

  2. Kimberly Burnham,PhD

    Will there be gluten-free options?

  3. April 17, right? Headline says 16.

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