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SAVE THE DATE !

Sunday, September 28th 2-4 PM  at  Casey Commons 500E Seattle University                                                An Interactive Educational Opportunity 

  • *SAVE THE DATE September 28th hosted at Seattle University  Casey Commons 500E 2-4 PM An Interactive Educational Opportunity: “Holy Covergence”. An Interreligous panel and participatory discussion event recognizing the rare convergence of five major Faith Holy Days:  Hindu Navaratri/ Desara/Durga Puja, Jewish Holy Days/ Yom Kippur, Zen Buddhism Memorial of Bodhidarma.  Islamic Hajj /Eid Ul Adha and St Francis of Assisi Day all occurring on or around 10.04.14 * Save the Date and watch for our future updates on opportunities and upcoming educational and celebratory events: www.facebook.com/INOWS  Sponsored by:  The Interfaith Network of Washington, Seattle University  STM , Compassionate Seattle, Interfaith Community Sanctuary
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Interfaith and Faith Communities Event Listings

  • Compassionate Seattle event listings HERE
  • Interfaith Community Sanctuary events HERE 
  • Seattle P-I Religion events HERE 
  • Huffington Post Interfaith Calendar HERE

 

 

Past Events Listed on The Interfaith Network web site

Sunday July 6th 2014 The Interfaith Community Sanctuary 1763-NW 62nd St Seattle WA 98102 ICS

  • Honoring the Guest ~ Interfaith Worship Series presents:Sunday July 6th ~ 10am" Selfless Service Serves Us Also" with Jamila Donna Crews Finney.  Music shared by the Mevlana Sufi Ensemble with students from the MOA School of Music. First Sundays is our "Honoring the Guest ~ Interfaith Worship Series."  This series is the interfaith ministry of Rev. Karen Lindquist and has been offered since 1998. It  is co-sponsored with two United Religions Initiative Cooperation Circles, "Interfaith Community Sanctuary" and "The Interfaith Network"

Tuesday June 24th 5:30 (potluck) 6:30- 9PM  Compassionate Seattle     St Patrick's 2702-Broadway Ave E

  • Join Compassionate Seattle for an inspirational community gathering  that will give us time to reflect and imagine what a Compassionate Seattle is now, and can become. Please RSVP by  so we can send out information to attendees. Feel free to bring a dish to the potluck and or beverages if you so desire.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Mary Ella Keblusek (maryella@pobox.com, 561-386-4956) or John Hale (jehale@earthlink.net, 206-397-4861. More HERE

NOW! June 16-27... Expressions of Diversity:

  • An Introduction to Muslim Cultures is your guide to a deeper understanding of one of the world’s largest religious traditions. The program brings eighteen leading scholars to Vancouver, to speak on a wide range of topics. Come for a cultural odyssey into mysticism in Muslim pop culture! http://goo.gl/P7llAt

Tuesday, June 17th 7-8pm  Join Jamal Rahman for Conversation, Reading and Q&A

  •  “Sacred Laughter of  the Sufis: Awakening the Soul with the Mulla's Comic Teaching Stories and Other Islamic Wisdomfollowed by book signing: reading ALLOWED series University of WA Bookstore 4326 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105  "We would do well to heed the Mulla's wisdom. One day, inevitably, our personal storms will not abate before causing destruction. Something will break our hearts and cause us to ask deeper questions. At that point we will become spiritual seekers, each in our own way...We will begin to hear deep inside the mysterious calling of our soul to fulfill the purpose for which we were created."  -- from the chapter "The Storms in our Lives." http://jamalrahman.com/

Saturday June 7th 9 AM-3 PMFrom Domination to Partnership” Rev. David Mesenbring
Skinner Auditorium, Saint Mark’s Episcopal, 1245 10th Ave. E., Seattle

  • One of our region’s leading social justice practitioners, the Rev. David Mesenbring will facilitate a fast-paced short course designed to: + spotlight a rarely considered source of disparity + motivate deeper hunger for justice + increase cultural competency for more diverse collaboration + equip individuals and congregations for transformation
  • All are invited! $25 registration. Bring your own lunch. Find more info and register athttp://bit.ly/Mesenbring-Partnership or by contacting Ann Erickson at aerickson@thechurchcouncil.org or 206.525.1213, ext. 105  Offered by the Church Council of Greater Seattle, with generous support from the Diocese of Olympia and gracious hosting by Saint Mark’s Cathedral.

Sunday June 8th 1:30 1:30-5:30 (24th too!)  Compassionate Seattle   St Patrick's 2702-Broadway Ave E

  • Join Compassionate Seattle for community gatherings on June 8th and June 24th that will give us time to reflect and imagine what a Compassionate Seattle is now and can become. Please RSVP by June 3rd, so we can send out information to attendees.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Mary Ella Keblusek (maryella@pobox.com, 561-386-4956) or John Hale (jehale@earthlink.net, 206-397-4861. June 24th potluck and gatherings More HERE 

Wednesday June 4th 6-7:45  Kids4Peace & Open Interfaith and Faith Networking Opportunity!

  • The Interfaith Network of Washington is holding an open Interfaith Dialog and Networking event at Seattle Capitol Hill Public Library 425 Harvard Ave Seattle More HERE  Jordan Goldwarg is in Jerusalem, colleague Hannah Hochkeppel will be presenting for Kids4Peace
More Photos and Kids for Peace Poster HERE

More Photos and Kids for Peace Poster HERE

Sunday June 1st 10AM at Interfaith Community Sanctuary in Ballard http://interfaithcommunitysanctuary.org/

  • Druidic Ceremony of Healing and Fairy Spirit: Please join the Circle of Coll Druidic Seed Group for this very special, interactive healing ritual where we will gather to raise energy for the land and sea. For assistance, we will encourage the protective power of the nature spirits who live in our midst, by creating sacred space, calling the archetypal elements, and celebrating the power of the fey.

Wednesday May 28th 6-7:30 PM 2014  Dialogue 2.0: A Call for Interfaith Service and Action

  •  Turan Kayaoglu is presenting on Interfaith service and action. University of Washington Husky Union Building 250 4001 NE Stevens Way Seattle, WA 98195  refreshments/ free / open to public. Register HERE

Friday-Sunday May 23-26, 2014 

  • Beloved hugging Hindu Amma is visiting Bellevue. Free Public Darshan 5/ 23 morning & 5/23 & 26 evenings more HERE

Tuesday May 20 7-9:30 St Patricks  (2702-Broadway Ave E Seattle WA 98102)

  • Ecumenical and Interfaith Dialog More HERE

Saturday May 17th 10-Noon Ballard 1706 NW Market St Odd Fellows Hall World Peace Flag Ceremony

Thursday, May 15, 2014  |  Town Hall Seattle

Tuesday May 6th 5-8PM

Sunday May 4th, I0 AM 

Wednesday April 30th 2014 4-5:30 "Many Faiths, One World: An Interfaith Earth Day Gathering" Seattle University, Student Center 160

  • Come hear speakers from five different traditions - an Orthodox rabbi, Muslim community leader, Episcopal priest, Zen Buddhist, and Swinomish tribal elder - on how faith puts us in touch with the natural world. More here Interfaith and Interreligious/ Spiritual Events:


Tuesdays April 29th/May 20th 7-9:30 at St. Patrick's Parish (2702-Broadway Ave E Seattle WA 98102)

Saturday April 27th 5PM to 8PM,

  •  Interfaith Potluck hosted by Northlake Unitarian Universalist Church, 308 4th Avenue South, Kirkland. Join the Eastside Interfaith Group FIRE for this event: "The Common Good: How does your faith community define it and act it out?” * RSVP Please email rsvp@fire-wa.org and let us know how many will be coming, so we can be sure to set up enough tables and chairs. http://firewa.wordpress.com/

Sunday April 20th Christian Easter is Celebrated at Churches/ Congregations in your town.

  • Easter is the culmination of the Passion of Christ, preceded by Lent, a forty-day period of fasting, prayer, and penance. * One site where to find a church: near you *For an Interfaith Easter join Shaykh Jamal Rahman at The Interfaith Community Sanctuary
  • Tuesday April 8th, 7pm Pigott Auditorium / Seattle University Campus.

  • Dr. Ysaye Barnwell will lecturing/performing / topic is “What Good is a Song: Consider an African Worldview”, an exploration of the use and evolution of African American music. She will be sharing with us both audio clips and live musical performance. FREE tickets are required, please visit ysayebarnwellfvps.brownpapertickets.com to sign up! contact Hannah Hochkeppel at grayh@seattleu.edu or by phone at (206) 220-8588 *Upcoming Events @ Seattle U May 15th Rabbi Donniel Hartmann FREE tickets required Town Hall more: here

Tuesday April 15th, Seattle's InterSpiritual Seder

  • first at the Interfaith Community Sanctuary. This year, Rabbi Ted Falcon leads Seattle's InterSpiritual Seder at the Interfaith Community Sanctuary in Ballard, with spiritual deepening from Imam Jamal Rahman and Ann Holmes Redding. More here:

Sunday April 6th, 2014 10AM at Interfaith Community Sanctuary (1763 NW 62nd Seattle WA 98107)

  • Ann Holmes Redding Abrahamic Reunion West - First Sundays is our "Honoring the Guest ~ Interfaith Worship Series."This series is the interfaith ministry of Rev. Karen Lindquist and has been offered since 1998. It is co-sponsored with two United Religions Initiative Cooperation Circles, "Interfaith Community Sanctuary" and "The Interfaith Network" www.theinterfaithnetwork.org TIN Facebook page.

Saturday April 5th, 2014 WORLD CHANT 9:30 am - 3:30 pm

  • at The Priory Spirituality Center, 500 College St. NE, Lacey, WA 98516 Website. http://www.stplacid.org/ Admission/cost:. $60 info. 360-438-2595 prioryprograms@gmail.com