Ever wanted to learn about Judaism? Or maybe learn a little Hebrew? Now is your chance! Adult education classes at Temple Beth El are open to the public. Registration closes August 28th so register today! Download class and registration information here.Find out more »
Come join women of different faiths and enjoy meaningful dialogue to help understand and learn about each other's religion, believes and practices. Free but registration is required.Find out more »
This year’s event promises to be bigger than ever and is themed as “Unity Through Diversity”. Again it will be located between S. 9th & MLK Way S. and S. 13th & MLK Way S. Family-friendly activities, food, games, and music will be featured in People's Park all day from 11 am to 7 pm. Varied food will be available from vendors, as well as arts and crafts. Newly added this year will be two crowd-pleasers: a quilt show which symbolizes…Find out more »
You’re Invited!! Welcome Sister Lucy Kurien, Tuesday September 5, 2017 10:30 AM Patrick Catholic Church 1001 N J Street, Tacoma Sister Lucy is a member of the Sisters of the Holy Cross of India and is the founder of Maher ("My mother's home"). Maher is a haven of hope, belonging and understanding, headquartered in Pune, India. Come hear her talk of the mission she is committed to and the many ways her work brings God’s love to all. The mission…Find out more »
WC3 is once again hosting a Community Chaplain Certification Course. Click here for attached flyer. The next Basic Chaplaincy Training will be held September 13-15, 2017. This 3-day course is instruction in the basics of chaplaincy and is also the prerequisite to gaining chaplaincy credentials for service under the International Alliance of Chaplain Corps (IAOCC) and partnering with Washington Community Chaplain Corps (WC3). IAOCC is a credentialing organization. WC3 licenses and ordains chaplains based upon proof of calling and for…Find out more »
The Tacoma-Pierce County Affordable Housing Consortium is hosting candidates running for City Council in Tacoma and Puyallup to give citizens an opportunity to hear their positions on developing affordable housing and addressing homelessness. Moderator is News-Tribune columnist Matt Driscoll.Find out more »
*** Please Note: We ask that all events submitted to AM for approval for our calendar be aligned with our mission for uniting people of faith to build stronger communities. We appreciate submissions regarding any faith-based event, free services to our community, or opportunities for locals to access helpful resources. We accept posts for fundraising events that benefit vulnerable people in our community and which are hosted by a local faith community. We also reserve the right to deny any submission request without contacting the submitter due to work load and time constraints, however if you have any questions about our events calendar or the way we decide what makes it onto our events calendar feel free to contact us at Communications@AssociatedMinistries.org.