We gather in silence. It is dim and the sanctuary bare. We wear no colorful vestments and no banners fly. It is simple and stark.Read More »
In our inaugural edition of Ask the Experts, we tackled questions about the history, theology and traditions of Christmas. This time, we’re looking at Easter.
Special thanks to our readers for sending in such great questions, and to the scholars for taking time from their busy holiday schedules to answer them.
With the Passover holiday coming up, there are several recipes anyone can use for desserts, whether it is after the Seder meal or during the Passover holiday. There are several cakes and cookies that can be made with the use of matzo meal instead of regular flour.Read More »
Children catch on the fastest.
Basins come out from behind pews, with stacks of towels and pitchers of warm water. We practice first; showing how to pour the water over toes and ankles and heels, then wrap the foot in a fresh, dry towel.
What would an “atheist Lent” look like? A group of young nonbelievers are finding out, observing the Christian practice minus its religious context.
They have given up alcohol, animal products, and various Internet and cellphone interactions.Read More »
Please welcome Rodney McAuley to team Spokane Faith & Values.
McAuley serves as the director of church and community engagement for Spokane Youth for ChristRead More »