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Bellingham, WA


Echoes gathers every Monday evening! There is also at least one service project/month, scheduled on the 3rd Sat of the month. As with all Echoes events, anyone is welcome to join! Most Monday gatherings are located at the WHATCOM LAND TRUST, but click on the event just to make sure. 

Our gathering rhythm is:

1st Monday: worship

2nd Monday: dinner + listening

3rd Monday: worship

3rd Saturday: service project/volunteer (making B'ham better for all!)

4th Monday: theology pub (Greene's Corner, until further notice)

5th Monday -if there is one- flexible fifth (all kinds of cray cray)

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A discussion with leadership of the Reformation Project - TUESDAY

Instead of meeting on Monday this week we are going to be having a group discussion with Max Kuecker, the National Field Organizer for The Reformation Project.

From The Reformation Project's website:

The Reformation Project exists to train Christians to support and affirm lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people. Through building a deep grassroots movement, we strive to create an environment in which Christian leaders will have the freedom to take the next steps toward affirming and including LGBT people in all aspects of church life.

We will have the opportunity to discuss with Max what it would look like to be a chapter of The Reformation Project, and what it will require. Join us in the important dialogue and time of discernment.

There are a handful of churches in Bellingham that fully support LGBTQI persons. Can Echoes be a bridge of hope, compassion and change for the others? It's a question we get to explore at this event. Please come.

Location: the Northwest Room of the Fairhaven Library @ 1117 12th Street. 

Earlier Event: January 5
Theology Pub @ Elizabeth Station!
Later Event: January 19
Movie Night: the Color of Fear