FOR GRADES 2-6
July 25-29, 2022, 9 am - 3 pm, FREE
Interfaith Works partners with Temple Beth Hatfiloh to provide a week of fun for kids in grades 2-6. Each day the kids gather and experience interactive learning from community members of various faith traditions sharing in song, dance, craft, and story.
Please join us (in person!) for plentiful hors d'oeuvres, beverages, and community connection to honor some truly amazing partners in this work! Thank you to the Nineveh Assyrian for catering this event and to the Oly Mountain Boys Trio for performing!
June 22, 2022
2312 Friendly Grove Rd NE
Olympia, WA 98506
Janet Cherry— Board President
Land and Labor Acknowledgement
Mustafa Mohamedali— Islamic Center of Olympia
One Word Table Activity
Board of Directors Past and Present — Mary Wharton, Board Secretary
Program Council Past and Present — Corey Passons, Interfaith Relations Program Manager
Interfaith Works Organizational Update — Meg Martin, Executive Director
Interfaith Relations Program Update — Corey Passons, Interfaith Relations Program Manager
Interfaith Works Homeless Services Update — Ti’eri Lino, Homeless Services Program Coordinator
Raise The House Comprehensive Campaign Update — Meg Martin, Executive Director
Special Recognition — First Christian Church, First United Methodist Church of Olympia
Partner of the Year — Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI)
Organization of the Year — Providence St. Peter Hospital
Business of the Year — Compass Rose & Captain Little
Faith Community of the Year — Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Olympia and Lacey Stakes
Volunteers of the Year — Whitney and Luke Bowerman
Lara Crutsinger-Perry, Pastor — The United Churches of Olympia
Oly Mountain Boys
6:00 — 6:30 pm
An opportunity to see each other, greet, and listen to great music!
Beer provided by Three Magnets Brewing Company
Non-alcoholic beverages provided by L&E Bottling CO.
Raffle Tickets — Available for purchase throughout the evening.
Multimedia Room — View various photos, infographics,
and a virtual tour video for Unity Commons.
Please support the businesses that so generously support us.
Interfaith Works (IW) is a non-profit association of faith communities and individuals of diverse faith traditions. We do not promote, advance, or engage in religious messaging or recruitment with any of our services. We are a 501(c)(3) organization. Your contribution is deductible as allowed under federal tax law.
Our EIN is 91-0947698.
Interfaith Works is sponsoring a screening of the documentary, “Doctrine of Discovery: In the Name of Christ.”
This 43-minute documentary introduces the history of the Doctrine of Discovery, its basis in Christian theology, its effects on Indigenous Peoples today, and how we might start to undo it. The film features interviews with Indigenous scholars, leaders, and activists from around the world, as well as Christian theologians and pastors.
Corey Passons, MDiv.
Interfaith Relations Program Manager
Meg Martin, MSW, CPC