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May
20
2012

Event
Completed.

Krista Foundation Annual Day of Prayer

Location Spokane, Seattle, and around the world

Description

Day of Prayer | 5.20

 

Each year, the KF marks May 20th as a special day of prayer for the life of The Krista Foundation extended community. We pause to remember the young adults accompanying people around the world in mutual service and learning. Krista Colleagues serving around the globe send in celebrations and prayer requests.

In Spokane: Join a gathering from 3-5PM at the Hearth for afternoon tea in the garden. (9115 N. Mtn. View Lane, Spokane, 99218)
Elsewhere in the world: Join in prayer at 12 noon where you are.

To request the full Prayer Guide PDF, please email jonathan@kristafoundation.org (we will email it to you on the 18th).

Tags Developing Nations, Environmental Projects, Urban America, Faith/Theological Exploration, Sustaining Service, Community

March
31
2012

Event
Completed.

Author Reading: Faith and Other Flat Tires

Time 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Location The Green Bean Café (8533 Greenwood Ave N.)

Description

Author Andrea Palpant Dilley will do an author reading and guide a conversation around topics from her latest memoir: Faith and Other Flat Tires: Searching for God on the Rough Road of Doubt. For more details contact Stacy Kitahata, Krista Foundation Program Director at: stacy@kristafoundation.org

Tags Faith/Theological Exploration, Sustaining Service, Community

August
20
2011

Event
Completed.

2011 Think Globally, Move Locally

Time 8:00 AM - 2:30 PM

Location 31515 NE Tolt Hill Rd. Carnation, WA 98014

Description

It's time to get registered for the 8th annual Think Globally, Move Locally: Hike, Bike or Trike with the Krista Foundation! It's a really fun day to cycle, hike, walk to nearby sights and parks, and then regroup for a tasty potluck lunch.

Visit www.tgml2011.eventbrite.com for details.

Tags Environment, Community, Environment, Community

December
5
2010

Event
Completed.

Hearth Greening!- click for details

Time 3:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Location The Hearth, Spokane

Description


You are invited to come celebrate Christmas and help in the "Greening of the Hearth".

When: Sunday, December 5th
3:30 p.m. for Krista Colleagues- for Hearth Greening and supper.
6:30pm for both Colleagues and Foundation guests- for desserts, music, good conversation and more!
*(Carols will be led by Kevin Brown of The Big Red Barn!)
Where: The Hearth, Spokane
What: Decorating, Dinner, Music, Good Conversation and more!
RSVP: to Linda Hunt 509-467-0478
 
Hope you all enjoy this holiday season.

Driving Directions

9115 N. Mt. View Lane

Spokane, WA 99218

Tags Community, Arts & Culture, Community

August
22
2009

Event
Completed.

Think Globally, Move Locally Hike, Bike & Trike 2009

Time 7:00 AM - 2:30 PM

Location The family flower farm & home of Steve and Terry Foster - 31515 NE Tolt Hill Rd. Carnation, WA 98014

Description

Prime Location: Start and end at the family flower farm & home of Steve and Terry Foster, located in Carnation. 31515 NE Tolt Hill Rd. Carnation, WA 98014. It's just next to where the Snoqualmie and Tolt Rivers intersect.

Cyclists/ Bike riders: We'll have two beautiful ride options created by the Fosters themselves, who ride frequently in the valley and beyond.

 

The 25 miler will stay in the valley, and include scenic but flatter roads. The 'guided' ride wil head out at 9:55 a.m. An excellent choice for a shorter cruise, or a fun challenge for the casual or occasional rider. At the halfway point, you can take a 5 minute hike to the bottom of the beautiful Snoqualmie Falls. (printed cue sheets & map will be available to the event)

The 50 miler leaves (guided) at 7:55a.m. and heads out to North Bend and up past picturesque Snoqualmie Falls, and then climbs to the Cedar River Watershed & Rattlesnake Lake. Return includes a fun descent and some valley views. A perfectly beautiful and challenging yet solid ride for regular cyclists and bike commuters. (printed cue sheets & map will be available at the event)

Hikers walk from the farm toward town and then out across a suspension bridge over the Tolt river and explore the rich forest. Wind through park trails while breathing the air that makes the Northwest great. (Length is roughly two miles, but hikers can extend and explore for at least an additional 2 to 3 miles!)

Tricyclists/kids! There will be a course set up in the front yard for the little ones to show off their biking skills.

REGISTRATION SUMMARY

  • 25 mile Valley Loop & Falls: Registration open 9-10am. (guided ride rolls @ 9:55am)
  • 50 mile Rattlesnake Lake & Back: Registration open 6:45am-8:00am. (guided ride rolls @ 7:55am)
  • 2-4 mile Tolt-MacDonald Hike: Registration open 9-11am (guided  2 mile walk leaves @ 10:15am)

POTLUCK!

We will be providing a main food course and lemonade to drink, and will ask attendees to contribute side dishes. Be on the lookout for emails with further details. If you have a specialty you want to share, please email us (service@kristafoundation.org) so we can start organizing our feast!

Important Info

Note: In the past we've had TGML t-shirts included at the event. This year, to make cost as low as possible we're selling our newly released Krista Foundation T-shirts (not TGML specific) will be on sale the day of the event. If you plan to buy one, please make note on the registration form and specify size (bring cash or check).

 

Also, do not forget to pack a blanket and a small lawn/camping chair to stay warm and comfy when the sun isn't around.

 

Please register early in order to provide us with t-shirt size and potluck details.

 

REGISTRATION AT http://tgml09.eventbrite.com/ 

Tags Community