Dec
9
6:30 PM18:30

Spirit of Christmas Neighborhood Party

Join us as we celebrate the Spirit of Christmas!

Sing Carols! Free Cider & Cookies! Make Christmas Lanterns!

Shop our Christmas Faire for unique gifts!

We welcome all our neighbors from all faiths and traditions to share the Christmas Spirit of love and peace with us!

All proceeds support non-profits in Seattle, Asia, and Africa

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Nov
28
6:00 PM18:00

Table and Sharing: Mid-Century Dinners and Desserts!

It's back like masonry and Sunday drives. Here's an ode to the dinners of the mid-century. Extra point for the best Jell-O Salad. Expect this to be the night where everything has mayonnaise! Salads with Thousand Island dressings, deviled eggs, olives on the side, and lots and lots of ham. Extra turkey? Brig your favorite turkey casserole with potato chips on top!!

Sharing: Screening of "Won't You Be My Neighbor?"

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Nov
14
6:30 PM18:30

Freedom Riders Exhibition

Ingraham High School is hosting a national traveling exhibition that tells the powerful, harrowing, and inspirational civil rights story of six months in 1961 that changed America forever. Jeny and Zac invite all youth and young adults to join us on this important trip through our past.  Meet at the Ingraham High School Library

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Nov
7
6:00 PM18:00

Table and Sharing: Chili Taste Off!

Bring your friends and your meanest chili recipe to both choke and dazzle the judges on this neighborhood chili cook off. No previous chili cooking experience required. Special notes for the “Over 80 Award” and the “Under 10 Award”!! Please be prepared to list all the ingredients for our friends with dietary restrictions.

Sharing: A Conversation about Gender and Sexuality: A Screening of "Gender" the Documentary.

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Oct
10
7:00 PM19:00

Theology on Tap

Join us at Locust Cider House for pratcitcal discussions about how we talk about God in our current times. This is a gathering of young adults who seek to spiritually to engage with theology from new perspectives and social locations. This week we will explore feminist and womanist theologies and what role the patriarchy has had on how we understand God.

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Oct
3
6:00 PM18:00

Table and Sharing: Pumpkin Extravaganza!

PUMP-it-up for this first ever Neighborhood Pumpkin Extravaganza. Anything pumpkin is welcome! Pumpkin cookies, pie, lattes, soup, enchiladas, salsa, cake. The vine is the limit on this night celebrating the wonder of this North American squash, sacred to the Navajo, and known in indigenous Southwestern cultures as one of the "three sisters."

Sharing: A screening of "Nanette": The Importance of Telling Our Story

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Sep
30
10:30 AM10:30

Revelation Fest

Join us on this Sunday as we celebrate the Book of Revelation. This service will provide an auditory experience of the book. Songs, readings, and other creative presentations will be offered as we try to catch the larger narrative of this book. 

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Sep
28
to Nov 19

Sacred Ordinary Things: An Art Installation

Is the commonly understood separation between the sacred and the ordinary a helpful distinction? Or do the boundaries between sacred and ordinary become blurry depending on the perspective? This installation examines the connections between the sacred and the ordinary by looking at the everyday spaces that we live. By this close reflection on the places where we live our lives, we’ll look together at how the sacred and the ordinary intersect, overlap, and sometimes become one and the same.

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Sep
26
6:00 PM18:00

Table and Sharing: Chili Taste Off!

Introductions and Awards! Bring your friends and your meanest chili recipe to both choke and dazzle the judges on this neighborhood chili cook off. No previous chili cooking experience required. Special notes for the "Over 80 Award" and the "Under 10 Award"!!! Please be prepared to list all ingredients for our friends with dietary restrictions. 

Sharing: Award presentation and Introduction of our Neighborhood

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