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Adult Nurture: Sunday Study & TN@IPC

SUNDAY STUDY April 7 – Contemplative Singing: Singing as a Spiritual Practice w/ Jacque Schultz There are many ways people tap into their spirituality: prayer, meditation, yoga, chanting, writing poetry,…

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Together, We Rise! w/Beth Prevo & Danny Lara

Are you among the many people stressed out these days, struggling in a post-pandemic world?  You may be interested in a new monthly offering at IPC called We Rise By…

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Martin Luther King and The Poor People’s Campaign, Then and Now

Michael Honey, labor and civil rights historian, Introduces the exhibit on Martin Luther King and The Poor People’s Campaign, Then and Now Solidarity Now! 1968 Poor People’s Campaign Guided tours…

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Adult Nurture: Sunday Study & TN@IPC

SUNDAY STUDY April 7 – Contemplative Singing: Singing as a Spiritual Practice w/ Jacque Schultz There are many ways people tap into their spirituality: prayer, meditation, yoga, chanting, writing poetry,…

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Our physical space stands on the unceded land of the Coast Salish people. Immanuel Presbyterian Church acknowledges the Coast Salish community, their elders both past and present,as well as future generations. We make this acknowledgement as part of our work to dismantle the ongoing legacies of settler colonialism
and white supremacy.

The trauma of these times calls us into solace and solidarity with our global community, particularly Black and Indigenous People of Color and our natural world. We are called to action. By sharing our practices of contemplative minds, hearts and wills we seek to be truly compassionate. We emphasize this as an anti-racist, Black Lives Matter, inclusive Queer space.  

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