SPOKANE, WASH. — Back by popular demand, Spokane Faith & Values (SpokaneFAVS.com) is proud to announce its annual event “Faith Feast: A Progressive Intercultural Dinner” will take place at 4 p.m. on March 30.
The dinner will kick off with Japanese appetizers at The Spokane Buddhist Temple. Then, guests will travel up the street to Temple Beth Shalom for a kosher entrée, followed by a dessert buffet at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ South Hill Stake.
“People are often curious about places of worship in their community, but timid to explore them on their own. And what brings us all together better than food?” said SpokaneFAVS Editor Tracy Simmons.
Tickets to the event are limited. Last year Faith Feast, which was held at places of worship in Spokane Valley, sold out early.
Participants of last year’s dinner called it “a wonderful evening,” “What an amazing event!” and said the event had “Delicious food, great conversation, new friends…it doesn’t get much better than that!”
Suggested donation prices for tickets are $50 per person or $80 for a pair.
The dinner is a fundraiser for SpokaneFAVS, a nonprofit, nonsectarian, online publication in Spokane that covers community faith and values news.
To purchase tickets, call 509-240-1830 or send an email toTracy.Simmons@ReligionNews.com. To pay by credit card, use the donation link at SpokaneFAVS.com/support-us/, and note that your donation is for Faith Feast tickets.
Guests should also note if they are vegetarian or have dietary restrictions.
For more information visit SpokaneFAVS.com.