A big thanks to those who showed up — 32 people — including the four panelists, the Rev. Jim CastroLang, Skyler Oberst, Dr. Pearce Fujiura and Annie May Brown.
The conversation was on spiritual community.
The panelists and audience agreed that yes, spiritual community is still needed. But what is spiritual community, and how do we implement it?
Community, most agreed, is centered around those you choose to be with. Being in community takes compassion, a willingness to be vulnerable and deal with conflict when it arises.
Those who attended, what would you add? How do we keep this conversation going?
Our next Coffee Talk will be in May. Stay tuned to Spokane Faith & Values for details.
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