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Tag Archives: interfaith

My family’s Sikh religion

I grew up in a Punjabi household while living in one of the whitest towns in California. I was raised knowing and believing in Sikhism. I spent Sundays going to the gurdwara, a place of worship for Sikhs, and learning about the history from my uncles and dad.

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Coffee Talk: The Future of Interfaith

Join FāVS panelists for a discussion on “The Future of Interfaith.” They’ll discuss the importance of inter-religious, spiritual and secular work here in Spokane, what it looks like today and what it could like in the future. This is also a chance to see the future of Spokane’s new Interfaith …

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My FAVorite Present—A Calling into Question

And here, I arrive at the the reason I support what Spokane FāV’s has accomplished, and is doing. On Jan. 6, the congregation, known as Origin Church—known formerly, as Covenant Christian, and previous to that, as Central Christian--votes to make a gift of its property to the imaginative and prophetic genius of a religion journalist, Tracy Simmons, and to the Board of Spokane FāV’s.

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