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SEEKING HOST CONGREGATION FOR 2022 GATHERING

The 34th Annual Interfaith Celebration of Gratitude Gathering is rapidly approaching, coming up on Tuesday, November 22, 2022, 7:00-8:00pm.  AM is seeking a congregation that would like to host his year's event.  Sanctuary would need to seat 150-200 people.  Mask requirements will follow State mandate; however, we do not want to require attendees to provide proof of vaccination.
A much-loved gathering, we are excited to bring this service in-person this year, after a two-year online experience!
If your faith community is interested in hosting this year, please contact Sandy Windley at sandyw@associatedministries.org.

November 23, 2021

"The Moments In-Between: Discovering the Joy!"
Virtual Gathering Hosted by AM & Temple Beth El

For thirty-three years, this annual gathering has brought together people from many faith traditions.  Although the 2021 gathering once again had to be held virtually, it was still an amazing and joyful evening.  Thank you to our virtual host Temple Beth El.  The event was emceed by the Temple's Cantor Geoff Fine.  This service included participants from the Bahá’í, Buddhist, Roman Catholic, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Hindu, Interfaith, Jewish, Muslim, Protestant, and Unitarian Universalist faith traditions.  Following this year's theme "The Moments In-Between: Discovering the Joy!", this gathering allowed all of us to find one of those moments to share in some joy!  Download the 2021 program here.

November 25, 2020

"Sacred Connection in Community"

Virtual Gathering Hosted by Associated Ministries

The 2020 gathering, themed around Sacred Connection in Community, looked different than previous years.  But we still gathered together, only in a virtual shared space.  Spirit and connection filled the space and our hearts.  Please enjoy the recording of the evening by clicking video link below.

November 26, 2019

St. Patrick Catholic Church
"Live with Compassion, Care for Creation"

Hosted by The Tacoma Catholic Parishes of St. Patrick, Holy Cross, and

St. Rita of Cascia