X: Ten Words For The Contrast Community [Part Nine: From Deception To Truth Telling]
Aug
27
4:00pm 4:00pm

X: Ten Words For The Contrast Community [Part Nine: From Deception To Truth Telling]

From July 2 - September 3 Kaleo's Sunday gatherings will explore the ancient set of sayings known as The Ten Commandments. And one resource we're recommending for this learning series is Ten: Words of Life for an Addicted, Compulsive, Cynical, Divided and Worn-Out Culture by Sean Gladding.

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Family Promise Hosting
Sep
3
to Sep 10

Family Promise Hosting

Family Promise Of Spokane works with families moving from homelessness to home, and we are thrilled to be able to partner with them in this endeavor. A hosting week, which takes place once every thirteen weeks, consists of transforming church classrooms to bedrooms, sharing meals with these neighbors, and simply being present. If you'd like to participate in this week of hosting contact Lauren Goldbloom.

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Family Promise Hosting
Dec
10
to Dec 17

Family Promise Hosting

Family Promise Of Spokane works with families moving from homelessness to home, and we are thrilled to be able to partner with them in this endeavor. A hosting week, which takes place once every thirteen weeks, consists of transforming church classrooms to bedrooms, sharing meals with these neighbors, and simply being present. If you'd like to participate in this week of hosting contact Lauren Goldbloom.

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Family Promise Hosting
Mar
18
to Mar 25

Family Promise Hosting

Family Promise Of Spokane works with families moving from homelessness to home, and we are thrilled to be able to partner with them in this endeavor. A hosting week, which takes place once every thirteen weeks, consists of transforming church classrooms to bedrooms, sharing meals with these neighbors, and simply being present. If you'd like to participate in this week of hosting contact Lauren Goldbloom.

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Family Promise Hosting
Jun
24
to Jul 1

Family Promise Hosting

Family Promise Of Spokane works with families moving from homelessness to home, and we are thrilled to be able to partner with them in this endeavor. A hosting week, which takes place once every thirteen weeks, consists of transforming church classrooms to bedrooms, sharing meals with these neighbors, and simply being present. If you'd like to participate in this week of hosting contact Lauren Goldbloom.

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Family Promise Hosting
Sep
30
to Oct 7

Family Promise Hosting

Family Promise Of Spokane works with families moving from homelessness to home, and we are thrilled to be able to partner with them in this endeavor. A hosting week, which takes place once every thirteen weeks, consists of transforming church classrooms to bedrooms, sharing meals with these neighbors, and simply being present. If you'd like to participate in this week of hosting contact Lauren Goldbloom.

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Family Promise Hosting
Jan
6
to Jan 13

Family Promise Hosting

Family Promise Of Spokane works with families moving from homelessness to home, and we are thrilled to be able to partner with them in this endeavor. A hosting week, which takes place once every thirteen weeks, consists of transforming church classrooms to bedrooms, sharing meals with these neighbors, and simply being present. If you'd like to participate in this week of hosting contact Lauren Goldbloom.

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East Side Parish Picnic
Jul
14
6:00pm 6:00pm

East Side Parish Picnic

The parishes of Kaleo are networks of folks who live in proximity to one another and seek to facilitate connection, care and mission in the places they're planted [Here's a video describing this in a bit more detail.].

The East Side Parish is hosting a Picnic on Friday July 14 for those who live in the area. If you have any questions contact Shaun or Holly, parish guides for this area.

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West Side Parish Brunch + Slip & Slide
Jul
2
10:00am10:00am

West Side Parish Brunch + Slip & Slide

The parishes of Kaleo are networks of folks who live in proximity to one another and seek to facilitate connection, care and mission in the places they're planted [Here's a video describing this in a bit more detail.].

The West Side Parish is hosting a brunch and slip and slide event on Sunday July 2 for those who live in the area. If you have any questions contact Beau or Courtney Hansen, parish guides for this area.

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Valley Parish BBQ
Jun
25
6:30pm 6:30pm

Valley Parish BBQ

The parishes of Kaleo are networks of folks who live in proximity to one another and seek to facilitate connection, care and mission in the places they're planted [Here's a video describing this in a bit more detail.].

The Valley Parish is hosting a BBQ on Sunday June 25, following Kaleo's weekly gathering, for those who live in the area. If you have any questions contact Don or Heidi Joppa, parish guides for this area.

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The Practice Part Twelve [Place]: The Practice Of Bearing Witness [Part Two]
Jun
25
4:00pm 4:00pm

The Practice Part Twelve [Place]: The Practice Of Bearing Witness [Part Two]

The Practice is an experimental and practical pathway designed to help us become our true selves for our own sake, the sake of those we love, the sake of the world and the glory of Father, Son and Spirit. 

On Sunday June 18 we'll conclude our trek through the third and final phase, Place, where we focus on practices that help us join Jesus in his mission of love and redemption in the neighborhoods and networks that we are planted in. 

During this gathering we'll explore outward practices of bearing witness to Jesus and the liberation and reconciliation that he has provided for everyone.

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Spokane Parish BBQ
Jun
22
6:00pm 6:00pm

Spokane Parish BBQ

The parishes of Kaleo are networks of folks who live in proximity to one another and seek to facilitate connection, care and mission in the places they're planted [Here's a video describing this in a bit more detail.].

The Spokane Parish is hosting a BBQ on Thursday June 22 for those who live in the area. If you have any questions contact Lauren Goldbloom or Justin Bryeans, parish guides for this area.

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The Practice Part Eleven [Place]: The Practice Of Bearing Witness [Part One]
Jun
18
4:00pm 4:00pm

The Practice Part Eleven [Place]: The Practice Of Bearing Witness [Part One]

The Practice is an experimental and practical pathway designed to help us become our true selves for our own sake, the sake of those we love, the sake of the world and the glory of Father, Son and Spirit. 

On Sunday June 18 we'll continue our trek through the third and final phase, Place, where we focus on practices that help us join Jesus in his mission of love and redemption in the neighborhoods and networks that we are planted in. 

During this gathering we'll explore our readiness for bearing witness in the way of Jesus and consider a few important questions related to this all of life practice.

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The Practice Part Ten [Place]: Neighborhood Exegesis
Jun
11
4:00pm 4:00pm

The Practice Part Ten [Place]: Neighborhood Exegesis

The Practice is an experimental and practical pathway designed to help us become our true selves for our own sake, the sake of those we love, the sake of the world and the glory of Father, Son and Spirit. 

On Sunday June 11 we'll continue our trek through the third and final phase, Place, where we focus on practices that help us join Jesus in his mission of love and redemption in the neighborhoods and networks that we are planted in. 

Our specific practice for this gathering is neighborhood exegesis.

What is neighborhood exegesis? The word exegesis means reading out. It is normally used as a theological term describing the activity of digging into the background, history, ethos, and literary context of a passage of Scripture. When we apply this to a given area of our city, neighborhood exegesis is the activity of digging into the background, history, ethos, and contextual issues of a particular area or people group. It is a thorough reading out of a given context to discover what’s really there.

During our gathering we'll share a few helpful details related to this practice, provide a handout with things to pay attention to during this practice and then head out of the building in a variety of groups for a walk around the city, where we'll be prayerfully watching, listening and paying attention. We'll conclude our time together by engaging in a short review of the practice by considering the following questions:

What did I notice in myself as I walked this part of the city – thoughts, questions, strong feelings, or reactions, etc.?

What signs of shalom did my group and I note? Where did we notice God already at work?

What might it look like to “seek the shalom [Jeremiah 29:7]” of this part of the city?


 

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Middle School Campout at Clear Lake
Jun
9
to Jun 11

Middle School Campout at Clear Lake

  • Clear Lake Military Resort (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

We will be meeting for dinner at the yurt [right next to the field, past the playground equipment]. Please let Renee Graybill know if you need help with drop off and pick up [There will be both a South Hill and Valley pick up locations]

What To Bring:
Bible
Sleeping Bag
Pillow
Flashlight
Swim suit
Sunscreen
Bug spray (or sharing with us is fine) 
Fishing poles (or there will be some to share)
Life Jacket (there are some to share also) 

We will provide a list of food items that can be donated soon to go towards our meals.  

What Not To Bring:
Please don't bring technology or cell phones.
Please give all medications to Renee and we will make sure your student relieves it discreetly.

If you have any questions, need any gear for the event, or if there's any other way we can help your student participate please contact Renee Graybill.

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The Practice Part Nine [Place]: The Practices Of Availability [Heart + Time]
May
28
4:00pm 4:00pm

The Practice Part Nine [Place]: The Practices Of Availability [Heart + Time]

The Practice is an experimental and practical pathway designed to help us become our true selves for our own sake, the sake of those we love, the sake of the world and the glory of Father, Son and Spirit. 

On Sunday May 28 we'll continue our trek through the third and final phase, Place, where we focus on practices that help us join Jesus in his mission of love and redemption in the neighborhoods and networks that we are planted in. 

Our focus during this gathering will be on practices of availability, particularly those that relate to having a heart or posture of availability, and those related to engineering our lives and time so that we might be available to join God in his good, love oriented, redemptive work.

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