About FIRE

Fostering Interfaith Relationships on the Eastside (FIRE) grew out of the 2010 and 2011 interfaith 9/11 commemoration programs in Kirkland, Washington. After the 2011 event, the organizers continued to meet monthly to talk about additional ways to promote interfaith understanding and cooperation on the Eastside, such as music, art, and social events (game nights, dances, etc.), a “What We Believe” lecture and discussion series, a place for faith communities to post information on public events, etc.

We hope you’ll join with us in promoting interfaith dialogue and peace! For more information about FIRE, please contact info@fire-wa.org.

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  1. I attended the last F.I.R.E. event and really enjoyed the discourse. I was wondering if you ever have speakers from more Matriarchy-based spiritualities. I would really love to see this at your next event, or at least the discussion of the Divine Feminine in creation conversations. I found the comfort with which Creator or Source, “God” was masculinized in the last discussion a bit uncomfortable as an assumption. I wanted to give a little feedback for your next Earth-centered dialogue. I think it’s an important piece and I hope you find this feedback beneficial and helpful. Take care, and thank you for your Great work!

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