Some of the best theological conversations I have occur on the porch steps outside Holy Trinity's sacristy. There, various homeless people tend to hang out drinking morning beer or waking up on our heated walkway.Read More »
Naomi Calkins-Golter, of Rosalia, didn’t have time to go an Ash Wednesday service this morning.
She’s a working mom, and her kids had a half-day of school, so when she saw clergy imposing ashes outside Riverpark Square, she was quick to walk over and ask for a blessing.Read More »
Christmas came a few days early for 100 of Spokane’s low income and homeless residents on Wednesday evening, where volunteers served a warm holiday meal, Santa brought presents and children performed in an off-the-cuff pageant.
The guests come to Holy Trinity Episcopal Church weekly for the Dinner Table, where volunteers know them by name and serve them a homemade meal.Read More »