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We are a Jesus-focused, inclusive community of faith that strives to live as Jesus lived in real, everyday ways. Come Thrive Go. Salt House is a Church on Seattle's Eastside located in Kirkland, Washington. 

Location: 11920 NE 80th Street, Kirkland, WA 98033.

Creation Awakes!

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Creation Awakes!

  • Holy Spirit Lutheran Church 10021 Northeast 124th Street Kirkland, WA, 98034 United States (map)

Creation Awakes: Please join Co-Executive Directors Peg Carlson-Hoffman + Chuck Hoffman as they share images and information about the impact of the Wolverine Creek Fire on Holden Village. These free events are opportunities for the Holden community to come together in familiar rhythms of teaching sessions, coffee break, and worship. The Directors will provide insights on plans for 2016 and beyond. Full Narnia (childcare) programming is available, so the whole family is welcome.

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More info and schedule at http://www.holdenvillage.org/event/creation-awakes/

KIRKLAND, WA
October 3, 2:00-5:00 pm
Holy Spirit Lutheran Church
10021 NE 124th St 


Event Schedule:


2:00-3:00pm Teaching Session
Sergia Hay, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Pacific Lutheran University
In a journal entry written the year before his death, Søren Kierkegaard reflected on Luke 12:49—“I came to cast fire upon the earth.” In this session, Kierkegaard's writings inspire us to examine the rich symbolic meanings of fire, and the distinction between “outer” and “inner” fire. Kierkegaard's work steers us away from comforting and easy interpretations of Christianity by challenging us to consider how it can forge us into a transformed and continually striving community. Finally, we will explore how these ideas relate to the Village's experience with the Wolverine Fire this summer.


3:00-4:00 pm Holden Village Update
Holden Co-Executive Directors Peg Carlson-Hoffman + Chuck Hoffman
Chuck + Peg will share images and information about the impact of the Wolverine Creek Fire on Holden Village, and provide insights on plans for 2016 and beyond. In response to all the offers of support received during the fire, they’ll present opportunities to share your gifts. Spring Work Weeks are planned during April and May during which volunteers will volunteers will refresh the landscape with new flowers and grass, repair water-damaged porches, and continue fire-prevention measures. In addition, the new Beautification and Education Project will provide a financial foundation for fire-related Village improvements and educational programming focused on fire ecology, climate change, water conservation, and healing stewardship for our planet.

2:00-4:00 pm Narnia Programming 
for children ages 6 months to 12 years old. (Advanced registration is required.)

4:00-4:30 pm Holden-style Coffee Break


4:30-5:00 pm Worship: Holden Evening Prayer

Earlier Event: September 27
Worship at Salt House
Later Event: October 4
Worship + Dinner | OKTOBERFEST!