Tag Archives: spokane faith & values

A note from our owners

April 17, 2014 Dear Spokane Faith & Values Community: As publisher of Religion News Service and manager for the corporate owner of Spokane Faith & Values, I’m writing to share some news about upcoming changes at SpokaneFAVS.com. Two years ago, Religion News Service launched SpokaneFAVS in order to expand high …

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Thank you, Spokane.

Around two years ago I moved to your town, sat with many of you and said my company and I were going to be launching an online publication that would cover religion news in this area. The site didn't yet have a name, or a URL. All I could promise you was that it would be super cool and fill a void in your community.

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Eating encourages effective interfaith interactions

On Sunday afternoon, I joined my mom, my sister and my sister's husband at the first (hopefully annual - or even more frequent?) Faith Feast: An Intercultural Progressive Dinner, put on by Spokane Faith and Values, a non-profit dedicated to increasing interfaith communication and understanding.
I've been interested in interfaith work for years, an interest that was piqued, though not initiated, by Project Conversion

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Faith Feast: Experience Islam

Food that meets general Islamic dietary guidelines is called halal, which is what we’ll be eating during the appetizer portion during Faith Feast: an Intercultural Progressive Dinner.

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