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INTERFAITH WORKS RESPONDS TO ANTI-MUSLIM REMARKS BY LACEY CITY COUNCIL MEMBER February 25, 2016 Statement to Lacey City Council by Mary Wharton, Vice President, Interfaith Works Board of Directors:   The mission of Interfaith Works is “social change through interfaith understanding and cooperation.” Established in 1974, our membership includes religious communities and individuals of Protestant,......

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OPR #025: Rabbi Seth Goldstein & Jemmy Joe’s Big Announcement February 12, 2016 – with Jemmy Joe and Guire McGuire “In episode #25, we interview Rabbi Seth Goldstein, who heads the Temple Beth Hatfiloh here in Olympia, as well as running his blog (linked below). It was a great talk, making this a very special......

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The Earth Stewards of Interfaith Works are active on the issue of climate change and what we can do locally to make a difference. With the support of the Stewards, at its monthly meeting February 9, 2016, the Interfaith Works Board of Directors unanimously adopted the following motion: People of faith worldwide bring a crucial......

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Interfaith Works strongly supports the passage of House Bill 2907.  Watch the testimony at the Hearing on House Bill 2907 & 2708 on Wednesday, February 3, 2016. Click this image to view the video which starts at 1:04:53 when those bills are heard: And read “In Support of House Bill 2907 – Testimony on Behalf of......

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February 3, 2016 Selena Kilmoyer, Board of Directors, Interfaith Works Thank you Mr. Chair and members of the committee for the opportunity to speak today on House Bill 2907. My name is Selena Kilmoyer, and I am on the Board of Interfaith Works, a Thurston County non-profit working on homelessness, justice issues, and ways to......

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