Praying Our Way Through Lent Now meeting via Zoom, Wednesdays 6 - 7:30 pm. Join us for a time of community prayer and practice with a variety of prayer forms. To enter the Zoom gathering, simply click on this link from your computer or smartphone: https://greaternw.zoom.us/j/612721453
Share life and grow spiritually with a small group of lasting friends. No physical gatherings during COVID-19 restrictions, but weekly conversation by phone, email, or other media. To connect with a group, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or leave a message on the office phone, 425-888-1697.
There's a place for you in small group community!
Love Letters From God -Support incarcerated youth at Echo Glen with hand-made Valentines cards. Inspiring scripture, uplifting quotes, encouraging notes, humor - all recommended. Get your craft on at the designated table in the social hall - full of valentine supplies - Sundays January 25, February 2, and February 9. Cards can also be made at home at your convenience. The valentines will be delivered to Echo Glen by February 11. More details about this ecumenical project are available online at: http://www.echoglen.org/love-letters-from-god/
Snoqualmie Valley Interfaith Gathering Sunday, January 19th, 3 - 5 pm
From Mujeeb: "Greetings and Happy new year dear friends, Lets gather on Sunday Jan 19th 2020 at our place to honor this great leader and his influence around social justice. We will follow usual program format, please feel free to bring and share your thoughts and beliefs on this topic. We will also watch together a five min video of his I have a dream speech" that inspires many around the world even today." Please see our Sunday bulletin or contact Pastor Lee (425-444-5556) for Mujeeb's family address.
Snoqualmie Valley Interfaith aims to offer interfaith gatherings on 3rd Sundays of most months, 3 - 5 pm, locations vary. InterfaithVolunteering with Snoqualmie Valley Food Bank is on 5th Wednesday of the month, 3:25 - 6:45 pm.
We are blessed to get to know each other as neighbors and people of faith. These gatherings connect local Muslim, Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Baha'i, and agnostic neighbors. Newcomers and additional faith representations welcome.
The purpose of these get-togethers is to foster relationships across faith-lines that enrich our understanding of each other's faith traditions and strengthen community around the valley.
There is so much good to learn from and with each other.
The Snoqualmie Valley Winter Shelterovernight season concluded in March. Snoqualmie Valley Shelter Services is working to keep their Resource Center open daily during the COVID-19 crises. Visit www.svshelterservices.org for service and volunteer information. In need of support? Call or text 425-773-2874.
Guatemala Celebration Dinner, SundayAugust 11, 6 pm in the social hall. We had an amazing time learning and volunteering with Salud y Paz. Thanks to all who supported the team with prayer and mission stock donations. Come for food, stories, photos, awards…and to remember your part in the spirit-filled adventure.
Saturday June 1, 4 pm
@ Three Forks Off-Leash Dog Park in Snoqualmie, across from Centennial Fields
Red Rover Red Rover - bring your pooch over!
Bring your dog, or your neighbor's dog, or whoever wants to meet, greet, and play. Dog treats and trophies will be on hand.
Phone: (425) 888-1697 Address: 38701 SE River Street, Snoqualmie, WA 98065 (map) Mail: PO Box 458, Snoqualmie, WA 98065