By Patrick Scriven
Last night, people from a variety of faith traditions came out in support of Faith Action Network (FAN) for their annual dinner in Renton with first-ever satellite location in Spokane. The theme for the event, where FAN acknowledged the work of a number of advocates and organizations, was ‘Ripples of Change.’
United Methodists were well represented at the dinner which featured keynotes Pramila Jayapal, US Rep. for WA District 7, and iconic travel writer Rick Steves.
Faith Action Network is a faith-inspired statewide partnership striving for a just, compassionate, and sustainable world through community building, education, and courageous public action. The Pacific Northwest Conference is a proud sponsor of their advocacy on our behalf for the common good.
Learn more about their work: fanwa.org
Last night, people from a variety of faith traditions came out in support of Faith Action Network (FAN) for their annual…
Patrick Scriven serves as Director of Communications and Young People’s Ministries for the Pacific Northwest Conference of The United Methodist Church.