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Coalition breaks down barriers, aids 13 Black homebuyers in Spokane

Black Homeownership Spokane is empowering Black, Indigenous, and people of color to achieve homeownership in Spokane County.

Idaho Catholics follow Eucharist across the state in record numbers

Hundreds of devout Idaho Catholics participated in the first-ever National Eucharistic Pilgrimage, following the Blessed Sacrament across the state for nearly 300 miles over 5 days. The historic procession deepened the faithful's devotion and love for Jesus in the Eucharist.

Far-right pastor files lawsuit against Spokane

Far-right pastor Sean Feucht filed a lawsuit against Spokane and City Council members over their criticism of the former mayor's appearance at his anti-LGBTQ event. He alleges religious discrimination and is seeking damages.

FāVS Religion News Roundup: June 7

Habitat for Humanity-Spokane is breaking barriers with its first Pride Build, while new Washington laws concerning parental rights and child marriage took effect, alongside community events like Healthy Kids Day and celebrations for Shavuot.

Traveling anti-queer pastor Sean Feucht announces lawsuit against Spokane

Learn about the $2 million lawsuit Sean Feucht plans to file against the City of Spokane for their alleged attack on Christians.

Semi Bird urges Spokane pastors to mobilize voters for August primaries

Stay informed about gubernatorial candidate Semi Bird's bold move to rally Christians and pastors to vote for him in the upcoming primary.

Spokane’s interfaith community embraces Pride with unity and apologies

Religious leaders from diverse faiths in Spokane came together for an inclusive "Never Gonna Hide, Let Our Light Shine" Pride service, celebrating LGBTQ+ identity and making space for both joyful unity and acknowledgment of past religious harm.

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