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A Faith and Non-Faith Community Space. SpokaneFāVS, an online religion news publication, opened the FāVS Center in June, 2019 after it was gifted a building and 3-acres on Spokane’s South Hill. The SpokaneFāVS board agreed that using the property to foster interfaith dialogue would enhance the organization’s mission to create community engagement opportunities.
No other city in Washington, and perhaps in the U.S., can boast having an interfaith community center. We envision the space to be a neutral one where people of all faiths, and non faiths, can gather for a variety of reasons including retreats, classes, forums, prayer, worship, meetings and, of course, for the noted SpokaneFāVS Coffee Talks.
- 5115 S. Freya, Spokane, WA 99223
Spokane, WA, 99223
Tracy Simmons, the executive director of SpokaneFāVS, along with her board of directors, decided to use the building to continue this mission, by using the property to foster interfaith dialogue and to create community engagement opportunities.
No other city in Washington, and perhaps in the United States, can boast having an interfaith community center. They envision the space to be a neutral one where people of all faiths, and non faiths, can gather for a variety of reasons including retreats, classes, forums, prayer, worship, meetings, and, of course, for the noted SpokaneFāVS Coffee Talks.