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Spokane’s Religion Wrap-Up: SpokaneFAVS mixer, Celtic pilgrim, Trunk-R-Treat

What are you doing Monday evening? Coming to the Spokane Faith & Values mixer, of course. It’ll be from 5 to 7 p.m. at NoLi Brewery, 1003 E. Trent Ave. Come meet our writers, chat with us about theology, community and whatever else is on your mind!

Historic Church Project: First Covenant Church

At first you might think Rob Bryceson is a contractor, not a pastor. He’s wearing a Caterpillar machinery hat and his phone keeps ringing about the morning’s water main break at First Covenant Church.

BRIEF: Spokane, Pullman resident invited to screenings of “Girl Rising” film

In honor of the International Day of the Girl Child on Oct. 11, Wells Fargo Washington Women’s Roundtable and Global Washington invite Spokane and Pullman community members to screenings of "Girl Rising" to be held on Oct. 21 and 22.

A standing ovation for Les Mis

Bravo! We stood in unison, applauding the magnificent work of all who created the production of Les Miserables at the Civic Theater last night.

BRIEF: Parker to hold town hall meeting at discuss human trafficking

Rep. Kevin Parker, 6th District Republican, will hold a town hall meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday to discuss human trafficking.

BRIEF: Special screening of “American Winter” coming to Spokane

For countless middle-class families who have experienced job loss or an unexpected financial setback, the American dream has become an American nightmare.

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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